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          EGAT gets ready to host AESIEAP CEO Conference 2015 in Chiang Mai and will open EGAT Mae Moh to welcome 110 power organizations from 25 countries in East Asia and Western Pacific on October 25-27, 2015.

          Mrs. Bhawana Aungkananuwat, Assistant Governor-Human Resources, as AESIEAP’s Secretary General and the Committee’s secretary on AESIEAP CEO Conference 2015 and 21st CEPSI revealed that EGAT which was a member of AESIEAP or the Association of The Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia and Western Pacific was selected to host AESIEAP CEO Conference 2015 on October 25-27, 2015 at Le Méridien Chiang Mai Hotel, Chiang Mai Province. As EGAT was selected the host in this year, EGAT Governor was the President of AESIEAP. The high executives of AESIEAP would join the conference that was comprised of various topics on electricity industry. It was the floor for them to share experience and foster their relationships. It was also the good chance to visit and learn the power plant operation of the host country.

          AESIEAP CEO Conference 2015 would be organized under the theme “Energy Sustainability and Security: Choices and Challenges for Power Supply Industry” to enhance the cooperation and share on knowledge and experience including the technology among the organizations in each country that were responsible in generation, transmission, and distribution. The conference would give them the chance to acknowledge the regional problem and its solutions, which would lead to the development of electricity in each area

          “As the host, we will lead all participants to visit EGAT Mae Moh, Lampang Province. They will see the process of mining, operation of Mae Moh Power Plant, beautiful view of Mexican sunflower field, and Mae Moh Mining museum that collects the knowledge on coal, mine, its background, and coal technology,” said the Assistant Governor.

          At present, the members of AESIEAP are comprised of 110 organizations with its council members from 20 sectors namely 1. Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), Korea 2. Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB), Sri Lanka 3. CLP Power Hongkong Ltd. 4. CitiPower Pty and Powercor Australia Ltd. 5. Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB) Ltd. 6. Electricité du Cambodge (EDC), Cambodia 7. Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Malaysia 8. Taiwan Power Company, Chinese Taipei 9. Electricité De Tahiti (EDT), French Polynesia 10. Hongkong Electric Company Ltd, Hongkong SAR 11. Council of Power Utilities, India 12. PT.PLN (Persoro) Indonesia 13. Companhia de Electricidade de Macau (CEM) 14. Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) 15. Northpower Ltd, New Zealand 16. PNG Power Ltd, Papua New Guinea 17. National Power Corporation, Philippines 18. Singapore Power Ltd. (SP) 19. Vietnam Electricity (EVN) ; and 20. Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, Thailand.