MEA calls for candidates to join MEA ENERGY AWARDS plus exclusive online forum for free

MEA calls for candidates to join MEA ENERGY AWARDS plus exclusive online forum for free

Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) host of the MEA ENERGY AWARDS, is set to announce the criteria required for the public and private sectors to participate in “The 6th Energy-Saving Building Promotion” campaign, as well as the terms and conditions to apply for funding support for in-building energy saving development. The announcement will be made in an online session scheduled for 1300, on Thursday, 29 April 2021.

The session, accessible through the Zoom Cloud Meeting Application, hosted by King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), will also host a seminar on “New Building Renovation in New Normal”, presented by keynote speaker and noted air-conditioning and ventilation specialist, Kecha Thirakomen.

Admission to the event comes on a first come, first served basis. Registered users will receive a Zoom Meeting ID code via email.  Besides free access, participants will receive souvenirs and have the chance to win prizes including an iPad and gift vouchers for air-conditioner cleaning.

To register please scan the QR Code, or visit for an application form. Registration will be closed on Monday, 26 April 2021.  

For more information please call programme coordinators at 089 167 1222 or 096 883 8827.

Those interested in an MEA ENERGY AWARDS assessment can apply for a free evaluation at, to be submitted with a certified signature, to

For more information please contact Nathawuth Laohakarnchanasiri at 09 5775 7972, 08 9167 1222, or 0 2470 9604-8 ext. 1202,1302 (Mon-Fri).

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