Programme for energy efficiency in Kho Khao (PEEK)

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The PEEK project aimed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from hotels on the island of Kho Khao, Thailand, through implementing energy efficiency measures and funding investments in renewable energy. Measures included immediate no-cost and low-cost, simple investments in energy efficiency technologies and more complex renewable energy technologies, depending on the individual requirements of each hotel and the island.

Further elements of the project were regional workshops on this topic as well as the joint development of a Green Energy Concept for the island with local stakeholders. The project was funded under the International Climate Initiative of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).

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Publications of this project

  • Energy Efficiency in Thai Hotels - A Practical Guide

    Henzler, Mikael P.; Sibylle Kabisch and Volker Stahl 2010: Energy Efficiency in Thai Hotels - A Practical Guide. Bonn: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
  • Green Energy Concept – Pre-Feasibility Study for the Integration of Renewable Power Plant Systems on Kho Khao Island

    Henzler, Mikael P.; Sibylle Kabisch and Friedrich Kopp 2009: Green Energy Concept. Pre-Feasibility Study for the Integration of Renewable Power Plant Systems on Kho Khao Island. Bonn: World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).