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Thailand’s Floating Solar Solution

February 16, 2024

With the goal of reaching carbon neutral by 2050, Thailand is pushing heavily to decarbonize its energy sector. Like many countries in SouthEast Asia, this means reducing coal, oil, and natural gas usage and turning to renewable alternatives. While Thailand is anticipating growth from hydropower, wind, and biofuels, its most significant expected growth must come from the solar industry. As of 2021, there was an installed solar PV capacity of 2.9 GW. By 2037 the target capacity is 15.6 GW, dwarfing all other forms of renewable energy.

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