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Title: Exploring key obstacles in developing waste to energy power plant in Thailand.
Authors: Thayakorn Plookchareon
Keywords: General Management
Power plant
Renewable energy
Issue Date: 18-Dec-2020
Publisher: มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล
Citation: 2020
Abstract: The objective of this report is to explore the obstacles in developing a Waste to Energy Power Plant in Thailand to identify what are the problems to unsuccessful business and to create a better understanding not only from the waste to energy power plant owners but also the government sectors and to deliver both the positive and negative sides of the industry. After the interview, the results indicate that there are several issues that both sectors agree and disagree on the obstacles in building a power plant. Those main issues are Mutual benefit, Misinterpret of waste, people's perception, Investment, Suitable technology, Government process and Competitor. In conclusion, the main obstacles are as mentioned above but the most important one is the miscommunication between both sides of the business. If the private and public sector discuss each other more to the point of mutual understanding, the Waste to Energy power plant business would be easier to accomplish and more effective than today.
Other Identifiers: TP GM.023 2020
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