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Research Laboratory JGSEE

Advanced Fuel Processing Laboratory
   
Building Energy Science and Technology laboratory
   
Tropical Climate System Modeling Laboratory
   
Advanced Greenhouse Gas and Aerosol Research Laboratory
   
Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Laboratory
   
Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory


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Research Laboratory
 
Advanced Fuel Processing Laboratory (AFPL)

The main focus of the Advanced Fuel Processing Laboratory is the research and development of fuel processing technology to serve the needs for the country�s energy security and environmental protection. A broad range of topics related to coal, biomass, biogas upgrading and waste processing from fundamental research to practical approach are parts of our research activities. There are 6 main research themes in the laboratory as presented below:

Building Energy Science and Technology laboratory (BEST)

The objective of this laboratory is to facilitate conduct of research and undertaking of professional assignments on energy science and energy technology of buildings as well as to conduct of research on low energy buildings that will support implementation of energy conservation programs for buildings in Thailand and Regional Country Group.

Tropical Climate System Modeling Laboratory (TCSM)

The objective of this laboratory is to do the regional climate modeling and analysis, regional and air quality modeling and analysis, hydrological/oceanic/coastal modeling and analysis, climate-related Energy modeling and analysis. Note that all above topics focus on tropical Southeast Asia in both regional and local scales.

Advanced Greenhouse Gas and Aerosol Research Laboratory (AGAR)

The main focus of the Aerosols and Greenhouse gases (GHGs) Projection and Mitigation Laboratory is to conduct and implement research and decision support tools (1) in emission inventory; (2) in monitoring the atmospheric concentration over Thailand of trace atmospheric compounds, e.g. methane, nitrous oxides, carbon dioxide and carbonaceous aerosols including black carbon and organic carbon, which are recognized to be short live climate forcing agents; (3) in projection of the emissions of these compounds for medium and long term; and (4) defining appropriate mitigation options both for energy and non-energy related sectors.

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Laboratory (LCSAL)

The focus of the lab is to develop tools and conduct sustainability assessment of various energy technologies, conventional as well as alternative, in a life cycle perspective. The results of such research will provide support to decision makers in Thailand vis-�-vis the sustainability implications of energy conversion and use.

Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory (EEPL)

To conduct policy relevant studies and develop tools to support public agencies and corporations in decision-making and formulating strategies and plans, for the development and deployment of energy and environmental technology options and measures, which would lead to sustainable economic growth and development.






Energy Division  / Environment Division

 


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