Thailand’s Green Building Goals: Aspirations VS Realities

Date: 2013

Authors: Solidiance

Solidiance explores the topic of “Thailand’s Green Building Goals: Aspirations VS Realities” on this white paper which comprehensively assess the current market overview, existing challenges and opportunities, actionable strategies for the industrial players, as well as future trends projection in the sector.

The number of green building in Thailand has been growing rapidly since 2007, almost doubling annually between 2007-2012, of which the 80% is accounted by new commercial constructions. CSR or brand image, lower operating costs, and higher asset values are among the key drivers spurring the adoption of green building in Thailand. However, the sector encounters some challenges hindering the green building growth including cost-benefit consideration, lack of regulation consistency and technical skill, as well as limited awareness of economic and health benefits. This white paper then further elaborates the future projection and actionable strategies needed to boost the development of green building in Thailand.




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