Sussex (USA), August 5, 2021: World Economic Magazine Inc., a prestigious business publication with web and print editions, has announced BCPG Public Company Limited as the Best Green Energy Efficiency Initiative Thailand 2021 and the Best Renewable Energy Company Asia Pacific 2021 in the 2nd Annual Ceremony of World Economic Magazine Awards. 

BCPG Public Company Limited is a Thailand-based company that spun off from Bangchak Corporation, parent company, on 17th July, 2015. The Company offers services in renewable energy with solar power, hydropower, wind power and geothermal power businesses in Thailand, Japan, Laos, Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia. 

World Economic Magazine Inc. publishes data insights and statistical analysis from prominent industry participants around the world, regardless of their size or sector. Banking, financial services, technology, Islamic banking, compliance and/or financial regulations, hedge funds, business strategies, corporate governance, wealth management, project finance, real estate, corporate finance, corporate social responsibility, and so on are just a few of the topics covered.

BCPG Public Company Limited has received awards for Best Green Energy Efficiency Initiative Thailand 2021 and Best Renewable Energy Company Asia Pacific 2021 for demonstrating excellence in integrating innovative solutions as they continue to offer high levels of energy productivity and renewable energy practices at the site, precinct, and community levels. 

BCPG Public Company Limited has received these honours for their unique vision of combining renewable energy and cutting-edge technologies to create a sustainable future for all while adhering to the energy efficiency and renewable energy policies and programmes and promoting energy efficiency initiatives mitigating risks due to climate change. 

“I believe that innovation is a key fundamental to sustainability. Innovative technologies such as energy storage, blockchain or AI play crucial role in leveraging energy efficiency at all levels from power plants to households. The technologies themselves also make renewable energy more accessible to all, accelerating energy transition to more eco-friendly sources of energy”, said Bundit Sapianchai, CEO of BCPG Public Company Limited.

About BCPG Public Company Limited: Tasked with operating a clean and environmentally friendly renewable power businesses, BCPG was created as part of the renewable power business group, when the Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited and its subsidiaries were restructured. BCPG is a vital part of the implementation the Bangchak Corporation Plc. group of companies’ renewable power business in, with management by a newer generation of people, a vision of the future, and a focused business direction. Visit https://www.bcpggroup.com/en for more information.

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Source – World Economic Magazine Inc.

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