The Royal Danish Embassy, Bangkok, on January 22 held a seminar on Danish Energy Experiences to promote energy conservation and renewable energy. Financial support under a Danish government’s scheme was also presented for future possibilities of business cooperation in Thailand. Danish Ambassador to Bangkok H.E. Mr. Ulrik Helweg-Larsen opened the seminar which was held at Pathumwan Princess Hotel. The sessions began with an overview on the benefits of energy conservation and renewable energy. After that, Mr. Lars Moller, Long term Expert of Biomass One-stop Clearing House, gave his presentation on Danish experiences and background in the business. Attendants from the Thai industries were also told about a Danish goverment supported scheme, Private Sector Partnership Facility. The programme aims to enable Thai companies to access cleaner technology through business cooperations with Danish companies. Thai representatives from companies already engaged in this programme are also invited to conduct a case study on energy conservation technology through the partnership programme.
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