This project aimed at providing overall support to the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE) in Thailand in activities related to cooperation with GIZ under the RAC NAMA project on the topic of Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling, in particular: 1) Develop a proposal for submission to ENCON fund for establishing a chiller testing facility in Thailand based on a technical assessment; and 2) Develop and deliver recommendations on mandatory labelling and revision of legal framework to enable effective mandatory labeling.
This project aimed to reduce household electricity consumption and CO2 emissions and transform the behavior and lifestyle in the residential sector by encouraging energy-saving behaviors and the adoption of energy-efficient equipment.
The project aims to remove barriers to increase adoption of energy efficient street lighting technologies in Thai municipalities through targeted findings and recommendations for PEA, municipalities and other third-party stakeholders contributing to greater investments in energy efficient street lighting technologies in Thailand.
Detailed Description of Actual Service Provided by your Firm:
Activity 1: Preparation of questionnaire in consultation with PEA; Conducting 25-30 interview with Thai Municipal officers in charge of project
Activity 2: Review national regulations and guidelines, energy performance standards, standards of road design, illumination requirements of different categories of roads, standard and labeling requirements of lamps, lighting fixtures, accessory and control gears, installation standards and operations and maintenance (O&M) guidelines for the street lighting including relevant laws at municipal level; Development of standardized design parameter
Activity 3: Identification of projects in consultation with PEA; Carrying out the techno-economic assessment of the selected project in 4 municipalities
Activity 4: Review and provide inputs to the financial model
Activity 5: Review and support in preparation of road map and recommendation report
Funding Agency/Client: Climate Technology Center and Network (CTCN) / The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
The Evaluation of Danida Energy and Environment Cooperation in South-East Asia was intended to assess and document the experience from Danida support in relation to specific energy and environment related topics in Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The Evaluation focused on interventions related to environmental management and planning, energy planning, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and waste management.
The overall objective of the project was to establish a sustainable business model(s) for the large-scale implementation of Energy Efficiency (EE) measures in buildings occupied by the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) and of the Municipalities of PEA’s service area and for public street lighting. The objective was accomplished by the demonstration of EE benefits through pilot projects implemented with support from a customized financing arrangement; finalizing a plan for large scale nation-wide replication complimented by capacity enhancement of PEA and the municipalities in Thailand for EE project development and implementation. The implementation has to be supplemented with a communication and outreach program covering all sectors of the community
- Preparation of the 5-Year Implementation Plan for Promoting Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings (PEECB) - Thailand (2010 - 2011)
- Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency Measures in Thai Municipalities (MEET) (2008 -2012)
- DSM Program Evaluation - Thailand (1999)
- Energy Efficiency Business Network and Association – Thailand