Thailand’s Building Energy Code only applies to commercial and government buildings and was last updated in 1995. The code covers building envelope, HVAC, and lighting requirements. The code is mandatory for all new construction, and existing buildings were given three years to update and comply with the code by using 55 watts per square meter of floor area or less. In 2002, Thailand began working on a new code based in part on ASHRAE 90.1, but nothing has been finalized.
- Energy Policy and Planning office (EPPO), Ministry of Energy
- Thai Green Building Institute
- TH-1:Energy Conservation Promotion (ENCON) Act
- Energy Conservation Promotion Fund (ENCON Fund)
- Thailand: The Importance of Govt in Green Building Development February 1, 2014
- Thailand Energy Efficiency Development Plan 2015-2036
- Revised Building Energy Code of Thailand: Potential Energy and Power Demand Savings January 2006