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  • Thailand National Electric Vehicle Campaign

    Yossapong Laoonual, PhD

    Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Engineering

    King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

  • Contents

    Thailand EV Campaign

    EV Usage in Thailand

    Example of EV R&Ds in Thailand

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign

    National Reform Council

    (NRC)

    Thai Government

    Prime

    Minister

    Ministry of Industry

    Ministry of Energy

    Ministry of Science and Technology

    (NSTDA)

    By the end of 2015

    • EV prototype

    • Battery

    development

    • Energy resources

    Feb 2015 March 2015 April 2015 Dec 2015

    NRC proposed the National EV promotion project to Thai government.

    EV Campaign Timeline

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign NRC’s EV Promotion Recommendations

    Promote Thailand as an ASEAN Electric Vehicle Hub

    Promote Electric Vehicle Usage on Thai Roads

    Promote Electric Vehicle Production in Thailand and Supporting Local EV Company

    Support R&D of EV, EV Parts and Components and Charging Station

    Support Investment of EV in Thailand

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign

    Source: Durongkaveroj, P. (Minister of Science & Technology) Strategy to promote Thailand as an ASEAN EV hub. Presented at Army Club (12 June 2015).

    EV Promotion Recommendation Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign Action Plan for EV Promotion Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology

    Source: Durongkaveroj, P. (Minister of Science & Technology) Strategy to promote Thailand as an ASEAN EV hub. Presented at Army Club (12 June 2015).

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign Energy Demand in the Past and Future Trends from

    Previous 20- Year Energy Efficiency Development Plan (EEDP 2010)

    Source: 20-Year Energy Efficiency Development Plan (2011) Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO)

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign

    Source: Thailand Energy Efficiency Development Plan (2015 – 2036). Ministry of Energy.

    New Energy Efficiency Development Plan (EEDP 2015)

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign

    Source: Thailand Energy Efficiency Development Plan (2015 – 2036). Ministry of Energy.

    EEDP 2015 Target by Economic Sectors

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign Action Plan for Energy Efficiency Development Plan by Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO)

    Source: Pichalai C. (Director of EPPO) Electric Vehicle Promotion, Presented at Army Club (12 June 2015).

    Alternative vehicle

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    Thailand EV Campaign

    Source: DEDE (2013), http://weben.dede.go.th/webmax/content/dede-adjusts-alternative-energy-target

    Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP 2012 – 2021)

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    EV Usage in Thailand

    Source: Transport Statistics Sub-division, Planning Division, Department of Land Transport (Thailand).

    Number of HEVs in Thailand (as of 31st December 2014)

    -

    10,000

    20,000

    30,000

    40,000

    50,000

    60,000

    70,000

    2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

    N u

    m b

    e r

    o f

    re gi

    st e

    re d

    v e

    h ic

    le s

    (A cc

    u m

    u la

    te d

    )

    Year

    Truck

    Bus

    Motorcycle

    Taxi & Rent

    Van & Pickup

    LDV

    Toyota Camry Hybrid (Full

    hybrid)

    Toyota Prius (Full hybrid)

    Honda Jazz Hybrid (Mild

    hybrid)

    Honda Civic Hybrid (Mild

    hybrid)

    BMW Active Hybrid

    Mercedes Benz Bluetec Hybrid

    Lexus CT200H

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    EV Usage in Thailand

    Source: Transport Statistics Sub-division, Planning Division, Department of Land Transport (Thailand).

    Number of BEVs in Thailand (as of 31st December 2014)

    -

    1,000

    2,000

    3,000

    4,000

    5,000

    6,000

    7,000

    8,000

    9,000

    10,000

    2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

    N u

    m b

    e r

    o f

    R e

    gi st

    e re

    d V

    e h

    ic le

    s (A

    cc u

    m u

    la te

    d )

    Year

    Truck

    Bus

    Motorcycle

    Taxi & Rent

    Tricycle

    Van & Pickup

    LDV

  • Thailand towards the Automotive Hub of

    Production and R&D of ASEAN

    EV Usage in Thailand

    Source: Transport Statistics Sub-division, Planning Division, Department of Land Transport (Thailand).

    Number of electric motorcycles in Thailand (as of 31st December 2013)

    -

    1,000

    2,000

    3,000

    4,000

    5,000

    6,000

    7,000

    8,000

    9,000

    10,000

    2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

    N u

    m b

    e r

    o f

    V e

    h ic

    le s

    Year

    Accumulated

    New vehicles

    Regulation imposed by the Department of Land Transport regarding the performance of electric vehicles (Active after 90 days from 23 May 2007)

    • The driving power of electric motorcycle must exceed 0.5 kW. • The maximum speed must be over 45 km/hr.

  • Example of EV R&Ds in Thailand

  • EV R&D in Thailand Electric Bus by National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC)

  • Example of EV R&Ds in Thailand Electric Motorcycle Development by

    National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) Supported by Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA)

  • Example of EV R&Ds in Thailand EV chargers stations by Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA)

  • Yossapong Laoonual Email: yossapong.lao@kmutt.ac.th

    Department of Mechanical Engineering

    Faculty of Engineering King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

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