Renewable energy generation accounts for just 15% of Thailand's total energy production (the rest comes from natural gas and coal). This has left Thailand vulnerable to energy pricing from international suppliers.
The green energy economy model is based on renewable energy as a supplemental source of power while sustaining the environment. Thailand has high potential with renewable and alternative energy sources including wind, solar and hydro-electric power plus biofuel. Technologies for these sources are already well-established. In Thailand, the government is the sole buyer of electricity. Under its Alternative Energy Development Plan, renewable energy will constitute 20% of total energy needs by 2022.
UBM is organising the 11th South East Asia's Renewable Energy Technology Exhibition and Conference to focus on the latest Renewable Energy programs, trends and development, including green energy opportunities for entrepreneurs. The show highlights Renewable Energy sources and the latest technology in this area. Wind & Solar Power are among the many systems & programs featured along with Thermal and Waste-to-energy, Hydo-powered programs, Bio-mass and other green technology also covered. Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Clinics staffed by experts are conducted at the show.
- three concurrent shows- Renewable Energy Asia 2015, Entech Pollutec Asia 2015 and Energy Efficinecy Expo
- ASEAN's largest Renewable Energy, Environmental Technology and Energy Efficiency Exhibition
- An international show featuring top companies from 30 countries
- 6 National Pavilions from Germany, Singapore, Japan, China, Taiwan and Korea
- International participation from top names and local brands
- Over 100 Seminars and Presentations from leading companies, academics and researchers
Entech Pollutec Asia 2015 is the 25th International Exhibition of Environmental Protection and Pollution control Technology. The show features a wide variety of the latest pollution control technology and equipment. There is strong demand here because of the major industrial growth now taking place in South East Asia.
For more information, please visit event website www.renewableenergy-asia.com or www.entechpollutec-asia.com or www.energyefficiency-asia.com