Thailand has taken a bold step towards achieving its climate goals by pledging to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30% against Business as Usual (BAU) levels by 2030. However, with most of its electricity generated from fossil fuels, the country needs to transition to renewable energy to achieve its targets. To support Thailand in this transition, the Thai-German Cooperation on Energy, Mobility, and Climate (TGC-EMC) was established.
The objective of the workshop was to provide a project update, gather feedback and suggestions on proposed activities, and develop an implementation plan that aligns with the policies of each partner. This event also served as a platform for stakeholders to converge and discuss the progress and future of the TGC-EMC Biomass project.