GULF Moves Forward with Sustainable Greenhouse Gas Reduction to Receive
24 Certificates from Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (Public Organization)
Publish on September 17, 2020
GULF, as a model organization for the excellent management and
reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, received the Carbon Footprint for Organization (CFO)
certification and Carbon Footprint for Organization (CFP) certification for the year 2020 from the
Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (Public Organization) in an awards ceremony under the
theme “Joining forces to fight global warming”. The certifications reinforce GULF’s mission to work
towards lowering greenhouse gas emissions to support a low carbon society, in line with the United
Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
For the third consecutive year, GULF has earned Carbon Footprint for Organization (CFO) certification,
which is calculated from the amount of greenhouse gas emitted from the company’s various activities,
both directly and indirectly. This year, 20 power plants under Gulf Group in 7 provinces, Pathum Thani,
Chachoengsao, Prachinburi, Saraburi, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Rayong and Yala, were awarded
certificates. The list comprises GKP 1-2, GTS 1-4, GTLC, GNNK, GNLL, GNLL 2, GNC, GCRN, GBL, GNK 2, GBP,
GNS 2, GUT, GYG, GVTP and GPG 2 power projects.
In addition, four of Gulf Group’s power plants, namely GNC, GBL, GBP and GNLL 2, were awarded the Carbon
Footprint for Organization (CFP) certificate this year, bringing the number of CFP-certified power
plants under Gulf Group to 22 projects in total.
The ceremony was hosted by the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management
Organization (Public Organization), an autonomous governmental organization under the Ministry of
Natural Resources and Environment Department, with the objective of recognizing the contributions and
efforts of companies, municipalities, and relevant stakeholders in Thailand who have served as good role
models in managing greenhouse gas emission to combat climate change.