Our Partners

ASEAN Centre for Energy

Established on January 1, 1999, the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) is an intergovernmental organization that independently represents the 10 ASEAN member states’ interests in the energy sector. The centre serves as a catalyst for the economic growth and integration of the ASEAN region by initiating and facilitating multilateral collaborations as well as joint and collective activities on energy. It is guided by a Governing Council composed of Senior Officials on Energy from each member state and a representative from the ASEAN Secretariat as an ex-officio member. Hosted by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia, ACE’s office is located in Jakarta.

Stockholm Environment Institute

The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) is an international non-profit research organization that has worked with environment and development issues from local to global policy levels for a quarter of a century. SEI works to shift policy and practice towards sustainability, and bridges science and policy to find robust responses to the challenges of sustainability. SEI’s vision is a sustainable future for all, and the organization helps to support decision-making and induce change towards sustainable development around the world by providing integrative knowledge that bridges science and policy in the field of environment and development.


Navigant is a specialized, global professional services firm that applies experience, foresight and industry expertise to pinpoint emerging opportunities to help build, manage and protect the business value of their clients. Navigant serves clients with capabilities that span consulting, technology-based solutions, and disputes & forensics. They are the best-placed firm for the most challenging business conditions, the highest stakes issues and for industries confronting dramatic change. Clients in the Financial Services, Energy and Healthcare sectors count on their diverse expertise, deep industry experience and relentless focus on results.

Chulalongkorn University

Chulalongkorn University (CU) was established in March 1917 by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) and named after his father, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), who had laid the foundations for modern education in Thailand. Currently, CU is composed of 19 faculties, 23 colleges and research institutes with over 37,000 students, including 24,620 undergraduates and 10,530 postgraduates (7,990 in the Master’s Degree and 2,540 in the Doctoral Degree programs), and over 2,800 faculty members. The year 2017 marks the beginning of the second century of CU, so new strategies have been formulated to raise university excellence that generates the knowledge and innovation necessary for the creative and sustainable transformation of Thai society.

U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory

U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado is a U.S. government-owned facility, funded through the U.S. Department of Energy. NREL’s areas of research and development expertise are renewable electricity, energy productivity, systems integration and sustainable transportation. Since 1977, NREL has expanded American prosperity and security through world-class research. The laboratory’s work stimulates the U.S. economy, inspires ingenuity and preserves the nation’s energy security. NREL helps to advance the science and engineering of energy efficiency, sustainable transportation, and renewable power technologies and provides the knowledge to integrate and optimize energy systems.