POTENTIAL OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION (DG) IN THAILAND AND A CASE STUDY OF VERY SMALL POWER PRODUCER (VSPP) COGENERATION



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Distributed Generation in Thailand has been seriously developed through national energy polices and government supporting schemes over the past decade and has good prospects also going forward. Various measures have been initiated and applied to encourage the investors, such as “adder” or feed-in tariff program, government funding program and energy efficiency funding. Distributed generation in Thailand will continue to grow in line with the country power development plan and national policy on increasing renewable energy target to reach 25% generation share in year 2021.

This paper contains a case of natural gas based VSPP cogeneration plant with efficient internal combustion engine as prime movers. The study will present a technology overview, and a feasibility study in order to guide investors on the best solution for investment.




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