Thailand includes nuclear power as a future electricity supply option
Thailand, like many rapidly developing countries, has a growing need for more power. It has plans to build about 32,000 MW of new capacity during the next fifteen years – with the vast majority of that capacity coming from coal and gas fired plants. However the plan does include about 5,000 MW of capacity from nuclear power that will start to come on line at the end of the plan’s time horizon.
You can read more at Nuclear power proposal revived published on March 3, 2007 in the bangkokpost.com business section under the heading of alternative energy.