Energy Conservation Promotion Act B.E. 2535 and B.E. 2550

Passed in 1992
The Energy Conservation Promotion Act has three main components: A compulsory programme that requires 'designated' factories and buildings to conduct energy audit, set targets for energy conservation. It includes a voluntary programme with a focus on small- to medium-sized companies and a complementary programme covering research programmes and awareness raising activities. Measures include:
- Improvement in combustion efficiency of fuels
- Energy recycling (waste heat recovery)
- Prevention of energy loss
- More efficient use of electricity
The act created the Energy Conservation Promotion Fund to finance projects and research related to the issue of energy conservation.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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