Developers in Thailand are introducing solar batteries in order to reduce carbon emissions. It is expected that the emergence of new residential projects in 2023 will reduce carbon emissions by 100 tons, which is equivalent to planting 6,300 trees per year.
By 2050, Thailand plans to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions for environmental sustainability. Solar panels will be installed in residential projects this year. They will equip both low-rise club houses and condominiums. Such solutions will help to accumulate excess electricity generated by solar panels during the day and use it to power central facilities at certain hours when solar panels are insufficient, including at night and on cloudy days, as well as during power outages. Such solutions, in addition to a favorable impact on the environment, will reduce electricity bills.
Companies engaged in the implementation of such solutions plan to join forces with leading banks in Thailand to offer the installation of solar panels with special interest rates. The goal is to increase the demand for “clean” energy among residents.
In the future, in some homes, people will have the opportunity online, using special mobile applications, to track the amount of electricity generated on the roof per day in order to calculate and estimate its consumption, see the equivalent of planting trees and reducing carbon emissions.