Thailand is set to increase the share of coal and renewables in its power mix at the expense of gas, according to the Borneo Post.
The country is set to become more reliant on imported LNG as domestic production declines, and the high cost of LNG cargoes means the country will turn to coal and renewables to keep power prices from rising.
Thailand’s current power development plan – which came into force in 2014 – aims for renewables to have a...
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