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Online 28.10.2021

The small biomass based community power plant sector in Thailand

Venue: Online Teams

Attendance to the webinar is free of charge, however, requires a registration via the link below.

The link to the event will be sent to the registered participants on 27 October, 2021.


Further information

Mr. Kimmo Pekari
Special Advisor, Embassy of Finland, Thailand
kimmo.pekari (at)

Ms. Tiina Luoma
Project Manager, Delegations, Business Finland
tiina.luoma (at)

Business Finland together with The Embassy of Finland in Thailand invite you to join this online event on 28 October at 10:00 - 11:00 (EEST Helsinki), 2021 to explore new business opportunities in the small biomass based community power plant sector in Thailand.

The community power plant policy has now been published in Thailand. It supports biogas and biomass based decentralized power generation. The purpose of the policy is to help remote communities in Thailand to create their own electricity and benefit economically from the process.

Thailand has announced incentives for small scale power plants using different types of biomass & biogas. Some of the main requirements are the power generation capacity and feedstock requirements (biomass) or wastewater treatment plants biogas production.


Opening words
Mr. Jyri Järviaho
The Ambassador of Finland in Thailand

Overview of Thailand’s renewable energy policies
Dr. Yaowateera Achawangkul , Ph.D.
Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency (DEDE)
Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Presentation of the business opportunity related to the Community powerplant policy
Mr. Kimmo Pekari
Special Advisor for Trade and Economic Affairs, The Embassy of Finland in Bangkok

Summary and closing words
Ms. Helena Saren
Head of Carbon Neutral Finland Mission


Mr. Miika Tomi
Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Finland in Bangkok