A knowledge management system on sustainable energy technologies for Thailand
Payakpate, J. and Fung, C.C. (2007) A knowledge management system on sustainable energy technologies for Thailand. In: Eighth Postgraduate Electrical Engineering and Computing Symposium (PEECS 2007), 7 November 2007, Perth, W.A. pp. 181-84.
Knowledge Management System (KMS) has proven to be an appropriate approach for the distribution and sharing of valuable information both within and outside industrial and education organizations. KMS could also assist organizations to increase and maintain their tangible and intangible assets. Similar to its applications in other disciplines, a KM system could provide easy access to learn and share information about sustainable energy technologies. This paper presents a KM system on sustainable energy technologies that is capable to bring benefits to Thai communities. The case study is developed at the School of Renewable Energy Technology, Naresuan University, Thailand. The system works as an invaluable tool for the community to gain and share knowledge on sustainable energy technologies. It is anticipated that the system will improve the effective use of such technologies and to reduce environmental impacts due to the reliance of traditional resources such as coal, oil and gas.
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