LED Expo Thailand 2017 - Thailand Energy Efficiency Week

Thailand Energy Efficiency Week 2017, the expo that features three major events of innovations and energy saving technology, including Thailand Energy Saving Expo, which exhibits energy saving products and technologies for the future; LED Expo Thailand, the largest showcase of LED lighting products in ASEAN region; and PCB Expo Thailand, a showcase of printed circuit boards and electronic components, opens today. More than 400 international companies, will be exhibiting a full collection of technologies and electric lighting innovations and electronics at Challenger 1, IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand during 11-13 May 2017.

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Gen.  Anantaporn Kanchanarat, Minister of Energy, said, "In 2017, the Ministry of Energy is focusing on building security, prosperity and sustainability for the energy sector in the country, contributing to the optimal benefits of the economy, society and people ,as well as driving Energy 4.0 policy. The aim is to improve the efficiency of the current energy system and to be reduced by 30% by 2046, in line with the 20-year energy conservation plan. Strategies and guidelines have been set out to promote energy conservation in both short and long terms to reduce greenhouse gases and to tackle global warming.

Thailand Energy Efficiency Week is organized to promote energy conservation awareness and to cut down energy consumption in the whole country. In addition, The Ministry of Energy has opted to support the operation to save energy and hopes that Thailand Energy Efficiency Week 2017 will spark all organizations to put their emphasis on energy saving investments by introducing high-performance and energy-saving devices to achieve sustainable energy conservation."

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Mr. Kornrasit Pukchotanon, Governor, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), added that EGAT has implemented electricity management or ‘Demand Side Management’, in accordance with the Cabinet's resolution in 1993. Its purpose is for all sectors including residential, commercial and industrial to use electricity efficiently and meet the government's policy of eliminating the country's overall energy consumption.

From initial operation to date, it has resulted in energy savings of around 4,300 megawatts, reducing electricity consumption by up to 25,500 million units and mitigating global warming through reducing the atmospheric carbon dioxide emissions by 14.6 million tons. To encourage sustainable use of energy-saving equipment in Thailand and to create knowledge in energy conservation in line with the Ministry of Energy's 20-year energy conservation plan, EGAT is co-hosting Thailand Energy Efficiency Week 2017, which is ASEAN’s largest international exhibition on energy efficiency which will be held at Challenger 1, IMPACT Exhibition & Convention Center from 11 -13 May 2017.

The 2017 edition begins with a two-day trade fair, where members of the public will be welcome to attend, and will also have the opportunity to purchase energy-saving products at discount prices on the last day. In addition, related government sectors and associations will also share their academic projects to all industry professionals. Over 400 well renowned exhibitors will showcase their state-of-the-art energy efficient products and technologies.

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Mr. Jirut Isarangkul Na Ayudhya, Deputy Director of Management and Strategic Support, Thailand Conference & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) said, “TCEB is supporting Thailand Energy Efficiency Week 2017", which is regarded as the international expo for energy control and energy conservation technologies in the region. It will meet the needs, stimulate awareness and encourage the use of energy efficiently and sustainably in order to be in accordance with national policy that requires all sectors to work together to conserve energy.

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This event will be a major trade platform that will help promote and develop the potential of Meetings, Incentive Travel, Convention and Exhibition or MICE industry, as well as create market opportunities and competitiveness for Thailand in the world market in 2017. The MICE industry has attracted more than 1.2 million trade professionals from around the world and generated over 100 billion baht in revenue to Thailand. This year, TCEB has put the emphasis on promoting overseas marketing activities and the ‘CONNECT Businesses’ marketing campaign aims to attract global potential buyers to participate in business meetings at the event. The latest marketing campaign, ‘EXHIBIZ IN MARKET', targets the international pavilion organizers, to increase the take-up of exhibition space and to attract quality exhibitors.”

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