UPCOMING EVENT

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The U.S. Trade and Development Agency is hosting an Executive Leadership Training Program to familiarize decision-makers from the Electricty Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT),  the state-owned power utility responsible for electric power generation and transmission, with state-of-the-art U.S. technologies, best practices, financing mechanisms and regulatory frameworks to support clean power generation projects in Thailand.  

The training program includes meetings and site visits in Washington, DC 

(June 5 -10),  San Francisco, CA  (June 11-15) and Pullman, WA  (June 16 -17)  with U.S. government agencies, regulators, financing organizations,  industry associations, and U.S. technology and equipment providers. 

 

Business Opportunities Include: 

  • Advanced power transmission technologies

  • Renewable energy policy and integration solutions and technologies

  • Digital utility solutions including big data and analytics

  • Cybersecurity technologies

This is the Second Part of a Two-Part Training Series.

To learn more about USTDA's Executive leadership Training  Program 1: Clean Power Generation Solutions which takes place in May, click here

For More Information

To learn more about how your company can participate in this excellent business development opportunity, contact:

 Pamela Peseux 

 peseux@tuataragroup.com

 Tel:  301.335.1725 or 703.870.7164

Opportunities in Thailand's Power Transmission Sector

Business Briefing - June 9, 2022

USTDA is hosting a Business Briefing for U.S. companies on Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 9:00 AM at USTDA's Business Center in Arlington, VA. 

 

Attending U.S. companies will learn about upcoming power sector project opportunities and have the opportunity to meet with the participating decision-makers. 

BUSINESS BRIEFING

Opportunities in Thailand's Power

Transmission Sector 

 

As part of the Executive Leadership Training Program 2: Clean Power Generation Solutions, USTDA is hosting a business briefing for U.S. companies on June 9, 2022 at 9:00 AM at USTDA's Business Center in Arlington, VA. Attendees will learn about upcoming project opportunities and have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with the delegates. 

Agenda  -  June 9,  2022

  9:00       Registration

  9:30       Welcome and Introductions

10:00       EGAT Overview, Outlook and Opportunities

11:00       Networking Break

11:30       U.S. Industry Roundtable Discussion

12:30       Networking Lunch

  1:30       One-on-one Meetings  

  4:00       Close 

Attend the Business Briefing to: 

  • Learn about upcoming project opportunities  

  • Gain market intelligence 

  • Form new business partnerships

  • Meet one-on-one with key decision-makers (Registered companies will receive an email to register for the meetings prior to the event.)

 
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Supporting Organizations

 

REGISTRATION 

Business Briefing:

Opportunities Thailand's Power Transmission Sector

 

USTDA Business Center

1101 Wilson Blvd, Suite 1100,  Arlington, VA

Thursday - June 9, 2022   9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 

The registration fee is $25. 

Registration includes a networking luncheon, the Business Briefing handbook, and an opportunity to schedule one-on-one meetings with the delegation. 

Register Here

Registration to this event is limited to U.S. individuals, U.S. firms, or U.S. consultants as defined by USTDA’s Nationality Source and Origin Requirements available on USTDA’s website at www.ustda.gov

 
 
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BACKGROUND

Thailand's path to energy transformation offers significant opportunities for U.S. energy solution providers. Thailand proposes to achieve carbon neutrality by 2065-2070 under a new energy plan that could see renewable energy account for a 50% share of its new power generation.

Thailand’s newly-approved National Energy Plan 2022 supports the country’s move to green and clean energy while increasing energy generation capacity to support growing demand. This could lead to $4.2 billion in investment in the sector.

Thailand’s transition will involve retiring inefficient coal-fired power plants, digitalization of power plants, decentralization of power supply, and deregulation to support third-party access to gas and electricity markets. To reduce emissions, Thailand plans to increase green generation. To better manage the integration of more renewables into its power grid, EGAT is focused on strengthening its power transmission infrastructure. Other areas of focus include battery energy storage system technologies, pumped storage,  microgrids, and digital and cyber security technologies

People Attending Class

DELEGATION

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) 

 

Jiraporn Sirikum

Deputy Governor – Strategy

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Nitus Voraphonpiput 

Assistant Governor - Corporate Strategy

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Charan Khumnheon   

Assistant Governor - Generation 2

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Somkiat Panuschai    

Assistant Governor - Transmission System Operation and Asset Management

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Piyapong Worakee     

Assistant Governor - Information Technology

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Sanay Treekhan         

Assistant Governor - Operation and Maintenance Business

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Nutawut Polprasert    

Assistant Governor - System Control

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Tawiwan Danwilai     

Assistant Governor - Procurement and General Services

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Ratichon Sitthichayaruk        

EGAT Project Coordinator - Research and Innovation Division

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

 

Panit Triroj

Managing Director

Jaimatadee Co., Ltd

 

ABOUT USTDA

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency helps companies create U.S. jobs through the export of U.S. goods and services for priority infrastructure projects in emerging economies. USTDA links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project preparation and partnership building activities that develop sustainable infrastructure and foster economic growth in partner countries.

U.S. Trade & Development Agency 

1101 Wilson Boulevard

Suite 1100

Arlington, VA 22209

Phone: +1-703-875-4357

www.ustda.gov

 

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