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Malls want energy-saving subsidy

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Shopping centre operators want the government to subsidise investment in energy-saving facilities, to help reduce electricity demand and bolster the country's energy security. 

Siam Square executives shown the renovated shopping centre to the media prior to its reopening on Jan 9, 2013. Bangkok Post file photo.

Naris Cheyklin, president of Thai Shopping Centres Association, said on Thursday his members began taking energy saving seriously after learning of the looming Myanmar gas shortfall for power generation in April, when annual maintenance will choke the supply .

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