Evaluation the Designated Government Buildings Promotionin Thailand


AbstractIn Thailand, the owner of designated buildings are forced to implement and administer energy program under the energy development and promotion Act 2007. Appointment person responsible for energy, performing energy management and implementing the energy conservation work plan and measures are legal requirements for the designated buildings and factories. Therefore, the pilot project of promotion and conducting the energy conservation regulation and supervision of designated government buildings was launched in 2010. In this paper, the evaluation of the project has been presented from the achievements of 803 designated government buildings. More than 2,500 energy conservation measures have been implemented with energy savings of 19,878.78 toe/year and reduction CO2 emission about 117,213.41 tons/year

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This paper was published in Elsevier - Publisher Connector .

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