Renewable energy development for power generating

The Company sets to generate 20 percent of installed capacity target of 10,000 MW within 2023 from renewable energy, with focus on solar, wind and hydro power as well as biomass. The move will cut fossil fuels consumption in power generating process and hence bring down GHG emission and reduce impacts on the climate change. The approach is in line with the global trend, whereby clean energy is on demand as it can support economic growth with benefit to the environment overall. It also supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals #7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

Supply chain management guideline

The Company’s supply chain breaks into three processes: 1) Project development 2) Generation management 3) Distribution and delivery. Each process involves different stakeholders. In the supply chain, business partners, suppliers, communities and the environment are the key variables to the Company’s success. The guidelines to deal with the aforementioned stakeholders are as follows:

Customers are regarded as important stakeholders in the Company’s value chain, who can contribute to the Company’s growth, stability and sustainability.
The Company thus puts great emphasis on customer relationship management, with guidelines specified in the Code of Conduct as follows:

The Company’s core business is electricity generating and electricity is the product, with 86.53 percent being distributed to customers in Thailand.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) which runs the National Control Center is a key customer who plays a significant role in the Company’s business.