By The Nation
The vice president said the company would conduct a survey and provide an evaluation of existing machineries at factories, aimed at improving combustion efficiency and support factories that are ready for a switch to clean energy, such as natural gas, which causes less pollution than fossil fuels.
It will focus on industrial plants in Bangkok and its suburb that meet the conditions on fuel type and consumption amount. Factories joining the project will have no financial obligations.
The registration period is set from Tuesday (January 28) to March 31. For further information, factory operators can call PTT’s Customer Service Centre at 02-537-2535-9 or email: [email protected]
"PTT will help preserve the environment by reducing pollution from hazardous ultra-fine dust particles and support the use of clean energy,” Wuttikorn said, adding that the company will continue developing better alternative energy for entrepreneurs and consumers in order to create a sustainable quality of life for Thai people.