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As summer tortures us with strangulating heat, the shutdown of gas pipelines in Myanmar earlier this month threw the whole nation into panic. The campaign for energy saving is running into conflict because air conditioning is as necessary as the air itself, but conservation starts at home, and we talk to three people who believe it's still possible to do our bit to reduce energy consumption 

Decharut Sukkumnoed built his energy-saving house according to the blueprint of the Energy Policy & Planning Office.


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