AMATA Facility Services Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of AMATA Corporation Public Company Limited responsible for maintaining common areas in our Thailand industrial parks with a focus on green spaces, security, and safety, hosted a training event in webinar format dedicated to the greenhouse gas reduction mechanisms within the Thailand Voluntary Emission Reduction Program (T-VER).
The seminar's objective was to augment knowledge and comprehension of the criteria and application process for participating in the T-VER program. The event was graced by the presence of Mr. Thummanoon Theachana, a Technical Expert from the Carbon Credit Certification Office of the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (Public Organization). The training aimed to disseminate knowledge among company employees and members of the AMATA Carbon Neutral Network (ACNN). The online meeting garnered participation from a total of 68 attendees.
The T-VER program is a greenhouse gas emission reduction initiative developed by the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO). It encourages and supports all sectors to voluntarily engage in GHG emission reduction efforts, allowing them to sell the reduction units or carbon credits, termed "TVER," within the voluntary domestic market. TGO has established rules and procedures for project development, GHG emission reduction methodologies, and the certification of emission reduction credits. Projects participating in the T-VER program must contribute to reducing GHG emissions or result in carbon sequestration within Thailand's jurisdiction. Involvement in such programs not only aids in reducing greenhouse gas emissions but also enhances carbon sequestration sources, generating income through the trading of T-VER credits.