EGAT in collaboration with Office of the Non-Formal and Informal Education (ONIE) creates permanent exhibition on power at Roi Et Science and Cultural Center for Education with the aim to disseminate knowledge and understanding on electrical power to the public.


          On August 13, 2015 Mr. Ratanachai Namwong, Deputy Governor – Power Plant Development, was EGAT representative to sign memorandum of understanding with Mr. Karoon Sakulpradith, Permanent Secretary of ONIE, to implement the project of permanent exhibition on electrical power. Mrs. Tatiya Chaiboon, Director of Science Center for Education, Mr. Thanongrak Sangwatanachai, Assistant Governor – Power Plant Engineering, EGAT, Mr. Tatree Riewcharoen, Assistant Governor – Corporate Social Affairs, EGAT also witnessed the ceremony with other EGAT and ONIE senior executives at Conference Room 201, T. 100 Building, EGAT head office.


          The EGAT Deputy Governor said that the collaboration between EGAT and ONIE to create permanent exhibition on power was useful for spreading precise knowledge and understanding on power, contributing to the acceptance from the pubic on power plant development. EGAT was committed to supplying sustainable electrical power, while coal and nuclear were the reliable source of electricity in the future.


          Mr. Surapong Klowuttisatien, Director of Nuclear Engineering Division, EGAT stated that the MOU signing ceremony aimed to disseminate knowledge and support the collaboration in developing the project of permanent exhibition on power. It also aimed to provide knowledge on various energy sources for power generation. The project would be implemented at Roi Et Science and Cultural Center for Education for the students and public to understand the energy used for power generation and would further apply this knowledge in their daily life.


          The Permanent Secretary of ONIE mentioned that this project would support the education on energy sources used for power generation. It enhanced the education from real experience and practice. The created exhibition would be exciting, impressive, and memorable, while the target group was students from both of formal and informal education systems as well as the general public.