EGAT

AcronymDefinition
EGATElectricity Generating Authority of Thailand
EGATEconomic Growth and Trade (USAID)
EGATEconomic Growth, Agriculture and Trade (USAID)
EGATElectricity Generating Authority (Thailand)
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Hitachi has already supplied 500kV GIS to Wang Noi substation of EGAT, which is the first 500kV GIS substation in Thailand's electricity power network.
EGAT employees, for their part, didn't entirely trust the residents.
The regulations allow SPPs to deliver for sale to EGAT up to 60 MW, although up to 90 MW is within the discretion of EGAT to accept on a case-by-case basis.
The problems were compounded by the Thai government, EGAT, and the World Bank's unjust handling of resettlement issues.
Critics accused EGAT of deliberately exaggerating local rainfall and thus power production.
EGAT is implementing new large power plants jointly owned with the private sector and envisaged for full privatization some time after their commissioning.
BANGKOK, Aug 21, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - POWER-GEN Asia and Renewable Energy World Asia, the premier conference and exhibition for all aspects of the power generation and renewable energy industry, has announced the confirmation of the new EGAT Governor, Mr.
Its major shareholders are EGAT and TEPDIA Generating B.
Lufthansa Technik AG, Air France, KLM, EGAT and Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies.
Marubeni enjoys a successful record in power plant construction projects in Thailand, having been awarded multiple combined cycle projects in 2005 and 2006 by EGAT (Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand), as well as another project by the other public company in 2008.
because) we have an obligation from the Thai government, a contract from EGAT and our international lenders have their criteria on the environment before giving financial support to the project," he said.
The borrower of the loan will be EGAT, with the Kingdom of Thailand as the guarantor.