Thai PM Srettha Thavisin Explores Clean Energy Partnership with France, Eyes Formula One Race in Thailand by 2027


At 3:50 PM (Paris local time), on March 11th, 2024, Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin officially visited Electricite de France Headquarters for a discussion with the French Clean Energy Agency.

Srettha attended a conference on the topic of nuclear safety, radiation protection, and protection of the environment and people from various experts. Srettha publicly revealed that it was a good opportunity to study the possibility, guidelines, and vision for clean energy in France.

The notion would enable Thailand to develop expansive concepts and stability in clean energy, said Srettha.

After the conference, at 5:30 PM (Paris local time), Srattha had an online meeting with Mr. Stefano Domenicali, the Formula One Group Company Executive, on a guideline to hold the Formula One race in Thailand.

Formula One Group reportedly stated that Thailand had a proper track for Formula One Racing. It was possible to hold the race in Thailand, however, the team needed to survey the location and prepare further said Srettha.

Furthermore, Srettha posted on X that he sought Formula One Racing, the international racing organization, to hold an event in Thailand and to assert with confidence that Thailand had everything needed location-wise for the event.

The Formula One Group would inspect the possibility for Thailand before presenting the possibility of holding the event in 2027. It would greatly create a lot of economic value for the country if Formula One decides to hold the race, said Srettha.

This article originally appeared on our sister website The Pattaya News.

Kittisak Phalaharn
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