Thailand’s Green Buildings | Exclusive Breakfast Meeting by AGB hosted an exclusive breakfast meeting in Bangkok to explore the current state of Thailand’s green building industry and how it is developing towards a more sustainable future amidst the existing challenges.

Key Takeaways :

  • Thailand’s green building development is not lagged behind; it is instead on par with other ASEAN counterparts.
  • Change of bylaws by the industrial players is required to spur more green building adoption — in order to efficiently lobby the policy makers, industrial players need to regroup to create a collective strength to prompt for the necessary regulation change for more green building adoption in Thailand.
  • Actionable strategies for developers to push for more green practices — developers need to be more convincing in selling out green building projects by outline the actual benefits for the tenants.
  • Positive growth is on the horizon — Thailand green building industry will continue to grow rapidly, and the cost of going green will go down as there are going to be more solutions/products and skilled workforce available in the market.

The breakfast meeting was held on the 30th of October 2013 and exclusively by senior executives of the world’s leading industrial players and green building institution in Thailand, including Thai Green Building Institute, Honeywell Systems, Univentures, Rockwool, Siemens, Philips Lighting, Toshiba Lighting, Azbil, SCG, Solidiance, and more.

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