||With the rapid economic development, the stock of fossil fuels has been in short supply. Due to the the risk of depletion, extensive damage to the environment such as greenhouse gas, climate change, and the concerns of energy security, the most countries have begun to focus on progressing renewable and sustainable energy development. In order to reduce the cost of transportation, to promote the eco-friendly energy, bioenergy is the key to solve the problems, making by fossil fuels.|
In this paper, the study focuses on the second largest economic country in Southeast Asia, the leading agricultural nation, Thailand. The study found that, due to increase the production of energy crops for rasing production of bioenergy, the Thai government does not plan for sustainable and manageable use of land resources, resulting in the decrease of local forests and green areas year by year. With the aim of sovling those problems, the Thai government uses agricultural, animal husbandry and urban waste, and aslo plants with characteristics for rapid growth, high production and low cost as a source of biomass energy. However, due to the limited subsidies from government, and the uncertain land rights following different standards or rules, leading to land disputes bwtween public and private sector.
Therefore, the Thai government must set a standard and unified regulation of the legal /supervisory sector from ecological and economic point of view to improve the overall structure of Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP).