GULF conducts water footprint assessments on all of its power plants that have been in operation for at least one full year.
Efficient use of water at various stages of the electricity production cycle results in saving production costs as well as
increasing power plants’ competitive edge. GULF also continues to place great importance on resource management and positive
environmental impact, which contributes to sustainable development.
This year, four power plants under Gulf Group, consisting of GBP and GBL in Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, GNC in Prachinburi and GNLL 2 in Rayong,
received Water Footprint of Products (WFP) certificates. Since 2018, 23 power plants owned or managed by Gulf Group have received WFP
Eco Innovation Forum 2021 was presided over by Mr. Chulapong Taweesri, Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry.
Mr. Veerit Amrapal, Governor of IEAT; Mr. Suphan Mongkolsuthee, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the FTI; Mr. Tada Soontonphan,
Deputy Governor (Special Affairs), IEAT and Mr. Somchai Wangwattanapanich, Chairman of the Water and Environment Institute for
Sustainability also joined the ceremony to give out awards and certificates to recognize industrial estates,
industrial ports and a wide range of eco-industrial plants as well as companies that have demonstrated outstanding
water resource management in line with international standards.