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Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Thailand
Trends, Impacts, and Reforms
ISBN 9789292571535
Publication year: 2015

Cdn: $26.00; US: $20.00
Paperback
Language: English
54 pages
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Fossil fuel subsidies are a prominent feature of many Asian economies, including Thailand, which has arguably achieved the most success in gas and electricity tariff reform.

Heavily dependent on imported energy sources, significant subsidies on fossil fuels present a heavy burden on public finances in Thailand. This study measures the size of fossil fuel subsidies such as tax breaks for diesel and natural gas, market price support for natural gas for vehicles, and free electricity for low-income consumers as well as the potential economic, energy, and environmental impacts of reducing them. With adequate reallocation of subsidy savings, the short-term adverse impacts of subsidy reform are shown to turn positive in the long term as households and industry respond to changing market realities by adjusting energy demand, supply, and production capacity. The study offers policy advice for sustainable energy use to help guide Thailand’s reform strategies.
Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Thailand
Cdn: $26.00; US: $20.00
Asian Development Bank (ADB) BookID: 119465 Added: 2017.3.10