ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM
AND
GUIDELINES, CRITERIA, CONDITIONS AND
EXPENDITURE PRIORITIES
OF THE

ENERGY CONSERVATION PROMOTION FUND

DURING THE FISCAL PERIOD
2000-2004

 


The main objective of the Energy Conservation Promotion Fund (ENCON Fund) is to provide financial support to designated factories and buildings for investment in and operations of energy conservation programs. At the same time, the ENCON Fund can also be used to support other agencies that wish to undertake energy conservation, including activities on renewable energy projects, energy-related research and development, human resource development and training, and public awareness campaigns.

from the Energy Conservation Promotion Act, B.E. 2535 (1992)


CONTENTS

Section 1 BACKGROUND
 
Section 2 THE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROMOTION ACT, B.E. 2535 (A.D. 1992) AND REGULATIONS RELATED TO ENERGYCONSERVATION

2.1 Regulations Stipulated in the Energy Conservation Promotion Act (The ENCON Act)
2.2 Duties of Owners of Designated Factories/Buildings
2.3 The Energy Conservation Promotion Fund
2.4 Regulations on Designated Buildings
2.5 Regulations on Designated Factories
  

Section 3 THE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROMOTION FUND COMMITTEE
 
Section 4 OUTCOME OF THE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION DURING THE FISCAL PERIOD 1995-1999

4.1 COMPULSORY PROGRAM

  • Project on Government Buildings
  • Project on Existing Designated Factories and Buildings
  • Project on Factories and Buildings under Designing or Construction
  • Project on Non-Designated Factories and Buildings

4.2 VOLUNTARY PROGRAM

  • Renewable Energy and Rural Industry Project
  • Industrial Liaison Project
  • Research and Development Project

4.3 COMPLEMENTARY PROGRAM

  • Human Resources Development Project
  • Public Awareness Project
  • Management and Monitoring Project

4.4 BENEFITS OBTAINED FROM THE PAST IMPLEMENTATION
  

Section 5 PROBLEMS, BARRIERS AND IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION

5.1 COMPULSORY PROGRAM

  • Government Building Project
  • Project on Existing Designated Factories and Buildings
  • Project on Designated Factories and Buildings under Designing or Construction
  • Project on Energy Conservation in Non-Designated Factories and Buildings

5.2 VOLUNTARY PROGRAM

5.3 COMPLEMENTARY PROGRAM

  • Human Resources Development Project
  • Public Awareness Project
  • Management and Monitoring Project
     
Section 6 POLICY STUDIES TO DETERMINE IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES FOR THE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM: PHASE 2

6.1Establishment of a Policy on Promoting Solar Cell Utilization
6.2Establishment of a Policy on Promoting Energy Conservation in the Transportation Sector
6.3Determination of Pricing Subsidies for Power Generated by Renewable Energy
6.4Establishment of Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards of Electrical Appliances
6.5Study on Domestic Energy Demand and Supply Balance and Adjustment of the Energy Conservation Program
 

Section 7 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES DURING THE FISCAL PERIOD 2000-2004

7.1 COMPULSORY PROGRAM

  • Government Building Project
  • Project on Existing Designated Factories and Buildings
  • Project on Designated Factories and Buildings under Designing or Construction
  • Public Awareness Campaigns, under the DEDPís Responsibility

7.2 VOLUNTARY PROGRAM

  • Renewable Energy and Rural Industry Project
  • Industrial Liaison Project
  • Research and Development Project
  • Project on Existing Non-Designated Factories and Buildings

7.3 COMPLEMENTARY PROGRAM

  • Human Resources Development Project
  • Public Awareness Campaign Project, under NEPOís Responsibility
  • Management and Monitoring Project
     
Section 8 THE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM DURING THE FISCAL PERIOD 2000-2004

8.1 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES AND GUIDELINES, CRITERIA, CONDITIONS AND PRIORITIES OF THE ENCON FUND EXPENDITURES DURING THE FISCAL PERIOD 2000-2004

- The ENCON Program and Guidelines on Provision of the ENCON Fund Assistance

  • Compulsory Program
  • Voluntary Program
  • Complementary Program

8.2 CRITERIA, CONDITIONS, AND PROCEDURES OF PROVISION OF THE ENCON FUND ASSISTANCE

  • Government Building Project
  • Project on Existing Designated Factories and Buildings
  • Project on Factories and Buildings under Designing or Construction
  • Public Awareness Campaign Project under the DEDPíS Responsibility
  • Promotion of Renewable Energy Utilization Project
  • Promotion of SmalL Power Producers Using Renewable Energy Project
  • Industrial Liaison Project
  • Research and DdevelopmentProject
  • Project on Existing Non-Designated Factories and Buildings
  • Human Resources Development Project
  • Public Awareness Campaign Project under NEPOíS Responsibility
  • Management and Monitoring Project

 

Section 9 ALLOCATIONS FOR EXPENDITURES UNDER THE ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM

9.1 Estimation of Expenditures under the ENCON Program
9.2 Priorities
9.3 Estimation of the ENCON Fund Revenue and Financial Status
 

Section 10 SUMMARY OF EXPECTED BENEFITS

 


 

 

 

National Energy Policy Office
Energy Conservation and Renewable Energy Division
9 June 2000