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Climate Change

Toyota, PTT and others discuss advancing Thailand's carbon efforts

Japanese companies seek to provide green technologies to Thai partners

Solar panels in Thailand's Phetchaburi province. The Southeast Asian country aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- Representatives from leading Japanese and Thai corporations, including Toyota Motor and PTT, on Thursday discussed possible cooperation in decarbonization technologies, such as hydrogen power and electric vehicles.

Fifteen or so companies participated in the inaugural Japan-Thailand Energy Policy Dialogue Business Forum held here. Other participants included Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Hitachi and Toshiba from Japan, plus the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand and Thai coal-mining company Banpu.

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