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Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) is a fully state-owned company headquartered in Nonthaburi, Thailand. In 2020, its revenue was USD 16.3 billion and installed capacity was 16 GW. EGAT is newly added to the sample of Electric Utilities of 2021. The company relies on floating solar panels on its reservoirs for all of its low-carbon development. There is very little other evidence that engages in the low-carbon transition.

Ranking position
#48/50
Total score
6.4/100
Performance score
2.7/20
Narrative Score
ABCDE
Trend Score
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  • Trend line is down
Performance module name Performance module score Rank (0-50)

Targets

#1 0.0 / 4 #35

Material Investment

#1 1.6 / 7 #31

Intangible Investment

#1 0.5 / 2 #8

Management

#1 0.0 / 4 #48

Policy Engagement

#1 0.1 / 1 #47

Business Model

#1 0.5 / 2 #34

Leading practices

No leading practices were identified for this company.

Risks and opportunities

Trend

EGAT receives a trend score of -. If the company were reassessed in the near future, its score would likely decrease. Without a transition plan, targets or any aspects of climate governance there is little evidence that EGAT’s emissions will reduce in future. Its plans for floating solar are promising but there has been little progress to date. EGAT is also planning on expanding fossil capacity.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

Just Transition Assessment

In this report, we present five key thematic findings showing how 180 companies can increase their ambition towards a transition to a low-carbon future that is just and equitable for the people and communities at risk of being affected by it.

More about the company

Headquarters
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Group revenue (2020)
USD 16.3 billion
Ownership
State-owned
Installed capacity (2020)
15.9 GW
Website
https://www.egat.co.th/en/

This company is part of the SDG2000, the 2.000 most influential companies

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