Photo gallery: Dispatch from Bangkok

Dave Girard, representing Peterson Pacific Corporation, meeting with a Thai waste-to-energy company Caleb Diehl Dave Girard, representing Peterson Pacific Corporation, meeting with a Thai waste-to-energy company

On the scene as Oregon renewable energy companies seek economic partnerships in Thailand.


 Electric motorbikes on display during ASEAN sustainability week

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Nyah Zarate, CEO of Continuous Solutions, at the Oregon booth

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Meetings inside the Oregon booth

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Dave Girard, representing Peterson Pacific Corporation, meets with a Thai waste-to-energy company.

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 Monks scope out clean energy technology.

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Shelley Peng from Energy Storage Systems meets with a Thai engineer interested in collaborating on a few small solar projects to test the new battery technology.

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 As part of Thailand’s push for electric vehicles, officials are seeking to electrify all of Bangkok’s iconic tuk tuks. Because electricity is cheap fuel, “this will be good for the poor," said one official. The prototype has a range of 120 km.

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READ RELATED COVERAGE: Spirits are running high on day three of the Oregon trade mission to Thailand, as several companies report early leads at the ASEAN sustainability week trade show.

Caleb Diehl

Caleb Diehl is a reporter at Oregon Business

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