ENTEC organized event, entitled “Ceremony for handing over vehicle registration manuals and summarizing project results”

On March 18, 2024, at Fueangfa Room 1, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), Head Office, Bangkok, the National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC), led by Dr. Sumittra Charojrochkul, Executive Director, along with Dr. Lily Eurwilaichitr, Assistant Executive Director, Dr. Nuwong Chollacoop, Director of the Low Carbon Energy Research Group, and Dr. Pimpa Limthongkul, Director of the Energy Innovation Research Group, collaborated with representatives from relevant agencies to organize the event titled “Ceremony for handing over vehicle registration manuals and summarizing project results” in the Bang Kruai District of Nonthaburi Province and Bang Phlat District of Bangkok.

Under a collaborative project to promote the use of electric motorcycles for public service in Thailand, this event was honored by Mr. Sutee Thongyam, Governor of Nonthaburi Province, who opened the event. representatives from various sectors such as Mr. Chaiwut Lakmuang, Assistant Governor for Sustainability Management at EGAT, Acting Second Lieutenant Yutthaphoom Jabjit, Bang Kruai District Chief of Nonthaburi Province, Ms. Manita Rujasiri, Assistant Director of Bang Phlat District Bangkok, Mr. Wattana Sakchoowong, Director of the Office of Natural Resources and Environment Nonthaburi Province, Ms. Yommana Naksena, Director of the Nonthaburi Transport Office, and Mr. Somsak Prangthong, Executive Director of Electricity Usage and Social Activities at EGAT. Also in attendance were Mrs. Xiong Xiaoyan, Director of Overseas Brand Department at Dongguan Tailing Electric Vehicle (TAILG), and Ms. Areerat Sriprathai, Chairman of the Executive Committee at The Stallion Company Limited.

At the event, Dr. Sumittra Charojrochkul addressed and elaborated the details of the project and congratulated the project team and public motorcycle taxi drivers, along with giving an interview to the media. Dr. Nuwong Chollacoop moderated the proceedings of this event.

The results from this project will lead to plans for expansion to public motorcycle taxis throughout the country.  This, consequently, will reduce the burden of fuel and maintenance costs, alleviate the problem of air pollution emissions, especially small dust particles PM2.5 and importantly, reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Ultimately, the outcome of the project will lead to a carbon neutral society and the country’s sustainable development goals in the future.

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