FPT’s Samyan Mitrtown recognised by ASEAN Energy Awards 2021

FPT’s Samyan Mitrtown recognised by ASEAN Energy Awards 2021

for best practices in energy efficiency and conservation

Samyan Mitrtown, the completed mixed-use project developed by Frasers Property Thailand (FPT), recently won a regional award in the category of Energy Efficiency and Conservation for New and Existing Building from the ASEAN Energy Awards 2021, held by the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE).

 Samyan Mitrtown is the sole mixed-use development in Thailand to have been nominated and awarded on this prestigious regional platform. In addition, it received national recognition from the Thailand Energy Award 2021, organised by the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, Ministry of Energy, earlier this year. 

The award was presented to Mr. Thanapol Sirithanachai, Country Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Property Thailand Public Company Limited. The award is testament of Samyan Mitrtown being an exemplary energy-saving mixed-use building that strikes a good balance between preserving the nature and users’ quality of life.

Other awards that Samyan Mitrtown has been accorded in recognition of its outstanding energy conservation efforts include:

- Excellence Award for New and Existing Building, ASEAN Energy Awards 2021  

- Excellence Award for New and Existing Building, Thailand Energy Awards 2021

- Gold Level, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Standards

Aligned with Frasers Property’s goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions across all its properties by 2050, Samyan Mitrtown will continue to incorporate environmentally and socially friendly practices throughout the entire value chain, with a consistent focus on carbon reduction, energy efficiency and innovative solutions.

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