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Thailand eyes more coal use to generate power

Coal's share in energy mix a little below 20%.

Bangkok Post reported that Thailand is expected to increase the share of electricity generated by coal to diversify its fuel mix for power generation, the country's energy minister said.

"The share of coal in our power generation mix is very low at slightly less than 20%," Energy Minister Siri Jirapongphan said on the sidelines of the International Energy Forum late on Wednesday.

"We need to diversify the sources of fuel for our power generation. Having a reasonable percentage of coal to be used for power generation would be a necessity in considering the security of fuel supply to our generation system."

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