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Thailand power and renewable markets long-term outlook 2017

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Report summary

Thailand has a partially liberalised power industry, with EGAT maintaining a core role in electricity generation, transmission, power purchases and system operation. The system's peak power demand reached 30.96 GW in May 2016, against a total on-grid generation capacity of 44.4 GW as of April 2017. Key topics covered in this report: Limited new opportunities for large-scale thermal projects through 2025 Renewable energy and more electricity imports seen key for Thailand to diversify fuel mix NEPC approves Krabi coal-fired plant but EGAT stays put for now New solar feed-in-tariffs for 2017 and 2018

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    Thailand power and renewable markets outlook 2017

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    Executive summary

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    Economic outlook

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    Policy and regulation

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    Market structure

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    Environmental policy and renewables

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    Supply-demand balances

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    Risks and uncertainties

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Tables and charts

This report includes 42 images and tables including:


  • GDP forecast: Thailand
  • Breakeven cost (LRMC) based on technology (2020 prices)
  • Prices: Image 1
  • Prices: Image 2
  • Prices: Image 3
  • Executive summary: Image 1
  • Thailand's energy policy and regulatory structure
  • Thailand's power market value chain
  • Capacity share: renewables vs non-renewables
  • Generation share: renewables vs non-renewables
  • Capacity: renewables by fuel
  • Generation: renewables by fuel
  • Thailand grid generation by fuel used (TWh)
  • Thailand grid generation by fuel used (%)
  • Annual capacity factor by plant type (% utilisation)
  • Thailand power infrastructure
  • Central Thailand and Bangkok power infrastructure
  • GDP growth assumptions for high and low case
  • Power demand sensitivity on gas
  • Annual shape of power demand
  • Annual shape of hydro and gas generation
  • Emissions in the power sector
  • Contribution of gas and coal in the power sector
  • Existing and planned capacity with peak load
  • Thailand capacity by plant type and reserve margin
  • Reserve margin by region*
  • Available capacity by region
  • Power demand by sector
  • Power sales growth, GDP growth & electricity intensity
  • Power sales by region
  • Thailand import and intra-regional power transfers
  • Power transmission utilisation across regions
  • Costs: Image 2
  • Thailand 2030 merit order
  • Projected hydro shape
  • Projected gas shape


  • Key changes to analysis from 2016 publication:
  • Major energy legislation
  • Feed-in-tariffs (2017)
  • Power transmission capacity across regions
  • COP21 INDC target
  • New plant economics by technology (LRMC)

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