Virtual Site Visit

Join us for a virtual trip to Thailand in the vicinity of the Asian Institute of Technology and three examples of decentralized renewable energy technologies and their applications.

1. Klong 6 Community occupational Learning Center, PathumThani, Thailand

A Young Smart Farmer introducing renewable energy applications to small scale agriculture inspired on Thailand's Sufficiency Economy Philosophy

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Treated water used for irrigation
Treated water used for irrigation

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Artisan products by community members
Artisan products by community members

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Delivery of YEA 2019 solar systems
Delivery of YEA 2019 solar systems

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Treated water used for irrigation
Treated water used for irrigation

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2. FOSERA Thailand, Rangsit, PathumThani, Thailand

A solar company offering pico-solar technologies for off grid electrification.

YEA Podcast Interview

A YEA - exclusive interview by Lola Kengen with Dr. Peter Adelmann discussing Solar technologies, Fosera, and solar technology waste.

Interview with Peter Adelmann: Fosera, pico-solar, and solar technology wasteYEA Podcast
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Videos Showcasing Fosera Technology Applications

Einstein Award 2016: Peter Adelmann

Solar Home Systems in Mae Hong Son, Thailand

A community renewable energy project turning waste from swine farms into usable energy that also reduces GHG emissions.

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3. ThaManao community biogas from Swine Farms, Lopburi, Thailand

A community renewable energy project turning waste from swine farms into usable energy that also reduces GHG emissions.

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Tha Manao Community Biogas Project
Tha Manao Community Biogas Project

The community in the Tha Manao sub-district of the Lop Buri province widely practice agriculture and livestock rearing, with swine farming being a prominent occupation. However, given the lack of proper waste water management, the locals were exposed to pollution as well as the unpleasant odours emanating from the farms.

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Community solutions
Community solutions

Motivated by the support of several regional organisations, the community decided to set-up a biogas system that tackled the aforementioned problems, while simultaneously diminishing the amount they were spending on LPG for domestic as well as commercial use in fruit juice and other food processing units.

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Tha Manao Community Biogas Project
Tha Manao Community Biogas Project

The community in the Tha Manao sub-district of the Lop Buri province widely practice agriculture and livestock rearing, with swine farming being a prominent occupation. However, given the lack of proper waste water management, the locals were exposed to pollution as well as the unpleasant odours emanating from the farms.

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