Thailand Energy and Environment Network





1. Asian Institute of Technology (AIT)
2. Chulalongkorn University (CU)
3. Department of Alternative Energy Development & Efficiency (DEDE)
4. King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)
5. Khon Kaen University (KKU)
6. Thailand Environment Institute (TEI)
7. The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI)

8. Chiangmai University (CMU)

9. Energy for Environment Foundation (E for E)

The Regional Energy Resources Information Center (RERIC) of the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) aims to transfer the knowledge and information on energy and environment to target groups in Thailand and worldwide.  The disseminated information insides databases on bibliography, consultants, experts, organizations and suppliers, which are accessible via the internet; energy and environmental awareness seminars; and marketing and awareness campaigns through various media such as posters, newsletters, brochures, video and the Internet.

The Thailand Energy Information System, as part of the Thailand Energy and Environment Network, is provided by Chulalongkorn University.   Energy Statistics & Information relating to Energy R&D including a Climatic Database, Energy Economics, Energy Conservation Database, VDO on Net & other information, as well as an interactive web board can be found at:

Thailand Energy Efficiency Information Service (TEE-IS), a part of TEE-NET organized by the Department of Alternative Energy Development & Efficiency is a virtual market place. TEE-IS, as a knowledge center for the field of energy conservation, contains several databases including regulations related to energy conservation, DEDE's research and development projects, latest energy conservation technologies, DEDE's training programs and schedules, energy efficiency indicators, as well as useful software for free download.

Technical Information Services (TIS) of KMUTT provides searchable databases of technical articles related to Renewable Energy and the Environment. The focus of TIS is on material produced in, or about, Thailand and the ASEAN region, or information not readily available through the major international database services. Visitors may browse or search the titles in the databases at leisure. To order articles requires registering as a member. Membership is currently free of charge and may include special services such as a regular monthly email advice of new titles. TIS also provides a news feature, a conference calendar and a useful links page. TIS participation as a member of TEENET has been made possible through support from EPPO. TIS services may also be accessed through their TEENET site at:

Thailand Energy and Environment Network, Khon Kaen University will develop 4 databases in the first 3 years: Energy and Environment expertise, Energy and Environment Research, Energy Consumption in SMEs in North Eastern Thailand, and Thailand Wind Rose databases. 

TEI's Energy, Industry & Environment Program (EIP)  is a participating node of the TEENET (Thailand Energy and Environment Network) project. TEI's objective for this project is to establish an energy and environment database to assist the general public and other TEENET nodes in exchanging information. TEI's main point is its ability to relate energy and environment data with spatial (geographic) information via its Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. This will provide a very unique geographic perspective of energy and environmental issues for the general public as well as policy-makers.


The Institute of Industrial Energy (IIE), under The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) , as the one potential organization have the policy and activity emphasis on industrial energy conservation promotion and supporting  to national policy on management of  domestic demand and supply of Energy  in Thailand. Itís result can directly  effect  to  the sustainable in industrial sector and domestic economic development.

We have a part of our objective to survey and create the industrial statistic energy consumption as database system, it can be served through Internet and related network. Our implementation and service are under the Thailand Energy and Environment Network (TEENET), funded by The Energy Conservation Promotion Fund , The Energy Policy and Planning Office ( EPPO ).

The Implementation of Energy Database System include data survey and factory visit by sector, database system implementation, energy bench mark analysis and report for surveyed factory. The energy information service on Internet, by the one of TEENET nodes, can provide the bench mark report, the success of energy conservation project, fundamental and technical support for energy saving in factory (Classified by group or type of industries), seminar and training program, the application of Value Engineering  ( VE ) Technique in energy saving and waste reduction , Energy Experts List , etc.

For the implementation and service development under TEENET can widen information broadcast through inter-networking between other nodes in TEENET and can reach more targets of  energy conservation promotion.


TEENET-CMU is a network of energy related institutes in Chiang Mai University.  The main purpose of the network is not only to reduce replication of information source, but also to enhance the accessibility of technology exchange and information transfer to users via the Internet.


Supporting by four main network members, Biogas Technology Center (BTC), Energy Management and Conservation Center (EMAC), Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Science, Managing by Institute for Science and Technology Research and Development, TEENET-CMU provides four main online searchable databases as follows:

-     Biogas Technology Database

-     Energy Conservation Database

-     Energy Efficiency Database

-     Geothermal Database



"Biomass One-Stop Clearing HouseW" is established as a strategic one-stop shop to provide high quality and professional services for potential clients on all area related to biomass energy information, promotion and utilisation. It is created as a part of the "Removal of Barriers to Biomass Power Generation and Co-generation in Thailand" project, which is the collaboration of the Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO), the Office of Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The project receives financial and technical supports from the Global Environmental Facilities (GEF), the Energy Conservation Fund (ENCON) and the Danish International Development Assistance (Danida). It aims to promote a wider use of biomass in producing electricity and other forms of energy. For that mission, it provides technical advice, financing consultation, knowledge and information about biomass and policy recommendation to potential developers, interested groups, governmental agencies and general public.

Website is a part of the Clearing Houseís information service.  It is a tool to publicize biomass information, technical facts and figures, financing services and policy regarding biomass and other renewable energy sources.  We try to make our website be useful for every group of visitors including biomass fuel owners, developers, financial institutes, academics and students, policy makers and general public. Components of EfE website: Biomass fuels and their characteristics (e.g. moisture content, ash content, heating value), Biomass technology information, Biomass resource availability in Thailand Related supplier lists, Permission process for SPP Environmental concerns about biomass fueled power plants and mitigations.

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