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    SCB finances FYI Center property development

    By prnews, Created on: 09/07/2014, Last updated on: 09/07/2014

    » [attachment=0:3bmqyr90]SCB-finances-FYI-Center-property-development.jpg[/attachment:3bmqyr90] Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) First Executive Vice President Pimolpa Suntichok, Golden Land Property Development Chief Executive Officer Thanapol Sirithanachai, and Thai Obayashi Corp., Ltd. President Sompong...

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    Thai environment, energy, safety issues

    Nuclear Power for Thailand

    By Anonymous, Created on: 04/09/2007, Last updated on: 09/07/2014

    » The Prime Minister has explained the plan for a nuclear power plant to produce energy for Thailand and help Thailand move away from reliance on oil and gas. Thailand is a net importer of energy, getting much of its energy from the middle east at a huge cost to the country. Added to that the use of...

    • Anonymous commented : Nuclear is certainly not the solution, but is part of. Of course Thailand would rely on foreign fuel supply. What is neglected also in my country is the energy density of nuclear. Refueling cycles of 1 year!!! Compare this to coal or oil and you will see dependency is very much different. Of course saving energy is another important part of solution. We have heating now from 2 C to 22 C, Thailand is nice warm, but more and more Thai cool it down from 32 to 20 - and it is all electric power produced by burning: heat to cool. It is more than 3 times wasting compared to heating!

    • Anonymous commented : It is my view that Thailand as a nation must develop more efficient fuel sources to counter act the dependencies on fossil fuels, however, to consider nuclear energy as an alternative at this point simply is not prudent. I believe that nuclear energy in today’s global economy is based on the premise of tiers of effective energy management. Thailand should take this opportunity to develop programs that exhibit successful energy strategies in stages with comprehensive benchmarks to lay a framework for future more advanced forms of energy.

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