Diversification of fuels in power generation is necessary to avoid the impact of higher costs of natural gas and strengthen energy security, say experts.
A notice is seen at a 7-Eleven store on Sukhaphiban 5 Road in Bangkok on Friday informing customers the shop is cutting down on lighting from Feb 26 to April 16. WEERAWONG WONGPREEDEE
Piyasvasti Amranand, a former energy minister, said gas will play a bigger role in many sectors. More liquefied natural gas in particular will be imported to serve new power plants.
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