Why is this Important?

EGCO Group is dedicated to conducting business while remaining environmentally responsible and is fully committed to minimizing greenhouse gas emissions resulting from our business activities. To that end, the Company closely monitors global energy trends and developments regarding Thailand's national energy plan in order to align our business with present conditions. Additionally, the Company seeks investment opportunities in renewable energy and smart energy solutions that have the potential to create strong business outcomes in the long term.

EGCO Group is acutely aware that electricity and energy generation have been key contributors to carbon dioxide emissions, which cause global warming and climate change. We are cognizant of the critical role our organization has in resolving this challenge through making changes across our value chain. This means changes such as diversifying the fuel mix to achieve more balance and energy security in the long term, consistently increasing investments in renewable and clean energy every year and establishing mechanisms to support conservation efforts. For example, EGCO Group has established the Thai Conservation of Forest Foundation (TCOF) and has overseen its efforts to conserve and restore vital watersheds across Thailand for the past 20 years. Furthermore, as we have considered forecasted global energy trends and observed Thailand announce at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) its goals to achieve carbon neutral by 2050 and net zero by 2065, EGCO Group has further adjusted our business activities to align with these new changes.

Stakeholder Impact on Material Topics



Supplier & Business Partner



Management Approach

Climate Change Target

Long Term Target
  • Net Zero by 2050

  • Carbon Neutral by 2040

  • Reduce carbon emission intensity by 10% by 2030.

  • Increase electricity generated from renewable energy to 30% within 2030

2022 Target
  • Increase electricity generated from renewable energy to 1.08% of total electricity generation in EGCO Group

EGCO is committed to seek validation from SBTi for both near term target and net-zero target which includes both scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions.

2022 Performance
  • 6,190,065 (excluding biogenic CO2 emissions) ton CO2e/MWh of Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon emissions

  • Carbon Intensity 0.46 tonCO2e/MWh

  • 18.04% of electricity generated from renewable energy in EGCO Group

Climate Change Strategy

EGCO Group has developed a climate change strategy and integrated it into our “Cleaner, Smarter, and Stronger to Drive Sustainable Growth” business direction.

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Resilient Portfolio

One of EGCO Group’s priorities is to maintain a resilient investment portfolio. This means that in our electricity generation business, we aim to increase the share of renewables while decreasing the share of fossil fuels.

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Innovative Business

EGCO Group’s goal is to become a highly efficient organization. We aim to achieve this through advancing innovation and sustainable work processes that enable the transition to a low-carbon society.

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Enabling Programs

EGCO Group supports various capacity-building and stakeholder engagement programs that improve and advance the effectiveness of how we manage our climate-related risks and opportunities.

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Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)


EGCO Group supports voluntary climate-related disclosures. We report information in accordance with the recommendations and reporting framework of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures.

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Carbon Credits and Carbon Capture Projects

EGCO Group maintains collaborative greenhouse gas reduction initiatives with all power plants within the Group and the Thai Conservation of Forest Foundation, a charitable organization established by the Company to support conservation and restoration efforts in all vital watershed areas and advance sustainable development.

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Related Documents

Policies, Requirements and Performance

  • Sustainability Manual
  • Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) 2023 (updated September 2023)

Performance Data

Updated as of March 2023

The information reported above was prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative Standards (GRI Standards). It has been audited by an external party and has received limited assurance through the 2022 Annual Report.