September 2009
Global Energy Market Research: Thailand;Sep2009, p3
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The article offers information on the institutions and energy policy in Thailand. It outlines the responsibility of the Ministry of Energy and the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE) in the country's energy sector. It says that the country has embarked on an energy conservation program involving the Energy Conservation Act which took effect in 1993. It notes that in 1999, the government has decided to liberalize the gas sector by opening the market to competition.


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