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Highlighted records constitute key elements of renewable energy policy framework

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TitleCountryYearPolicy StatusPolicy TypePolicy Target
Feed-in tariff for distributed solar systemsThailand2013 (July 16th)In Force Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Feed-in tariffs/premiums Solar
Renewable energy Development Plan (REDP)2008-2022Thailand2009In Force Policy Support, Strategic planning, Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Tax relief, Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Grants and subsidies Wind, Bioenergy, Biofuels for transport, Bioenergy, Biomass for heat, Bioenergy, Biomass for power, Hydropower, Solar, Solar Thermal
Solar hot water hybrid system promotion projectThailand2008 to 2011In Force Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Grants and subsidies Solar Thermal
Feed-in premium for renewable powerThailand2007 (modified 2009)In Force Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Grants and subsidies Bioenergy, Wind, Solar
Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development: 8% TargetThailand2004In Force Policy Support, Strategic planning Wind, Bioenergy, Geothermal, Hydropower
Small and Very Small Power Purchase AgreementsThailand1994 (expanded 2002)In Force Regulatory Instruments, Regulatory Instruments, Other mandatory requirements Wind, Onshore, Bioenergy, Biomass for power, Hydropower, Multiple RE Sources, CHP, Multiple RE Sources, Power, Solar
Energy Conservation Programme (ENCON)Thailand1992 (various programmes)In Force Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D), Research programme , Technology deployment and diffusion, Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Grants and subsidies, Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D), Research programme , Technology development, Economic Instruments, Direct investment, RD&D funding, Economic Instruments, Fiscal/financial incentives, Feed-in tariffs/premiums Multiple RE Sources, Power