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Low Wind Key to Success in Thailand

July 7, 2012


“I know that 70% of the area in the world has a low wind speed. I thought, if we want to promote the wind machine, 70% is a lot of the world”, says Dr. Roy. Dr. Wirachai Roynarin (or Dr. Roy as he is more commonly known), is a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering at RMUTT […]

Megawatts, Community and Development in Thailand

June 7, 2012


“It represents modernity. So, they want this in their community. Hey, we are modern, they say. This is latest technology, and we are independent from Burmese gas and from imported oil. Our energy is produced here with our own resources, our own wind. Zero emissions, and we are proud of it!” That’s what it sounds […]