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21. business | 17 May 2013
» Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (RATCH), Thailand's largest private power producer, will bid to acquire two state coal-fired power plants in Australia as part of the local government's privatisation...
22. learning | 08 Jun 2011
» The first 3 megawatt electricity generating solar farm of a 100 megawatt project is now operating and selling electricity. Wind power and biomass are next.
23. opinion | 08 May 2013
» Twenty-five years on, Sompong Wiangjand's fight to decommission the Pak Moon Dam _ destroyer of the Moon River ecosystem and the livelihoods of thousands of families _ is far from over.
24. business | 10 May 2013
» Germany's Robert Bosch GmbH expects local power tool sales growth at triple the rate for the overall industry this year thanks to opportunities from the government's 2-trillion-baht infrastructure projects and th...
25. opinion | 24 May 2013
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» Re "PM denies blackout plot" (BP, May 23). It's a shame that a source in the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) blamed the scrapping of two coal-fired power plants, once proposed for Bo Nok and Hin Krut in Prachuap K...
26. learning | 22 May 2013
» Thailand’s worst ever power outage is over, says Egat, but worried residents of the South are still anxious after the entire region was left in the dark for two hours last evening. (Update: Lightning was likely responsib...
27. news | 06 May 2013
» Malaysia's ruling coalition retained its 56-year grip on power in hard-fought elections and called for "reconciliation" Monday, as the opposition alleged widespread fraud and refused to concede defeat.
28. tech | 04 Jun 2013
» Google said Tuesday it had entered a ten-year deal with a Swedish wind farm developer to power a data centre in Finland.
29. tech | 04 Jun 2013
» STOCKHOLM - Google said Tuesday it had entered a 10-year deal with a Swedish wind farm developer to power a data centre in Finland.
30. business | 29 May 2013
» King Power International Group, the country's largest duty-free operator, is spending over 1 billion baht to develop a stand-alone duty-free complex in Lat Krabang, slated to open this October.