BCPG to raise spirits of Thai people to continue lending a helping hand with "BCPG's Namjai The Endless Sharing" campaign

The outbreak of COVID-19 has been taking its toll not only on the economy but also on society and people. BCPG, a leading renewable energy company in Thailand and Asia-Pacific, came up with an ideal campaign, "BCPG's Namjai The Endless Sharing," which aims to encourage Thai people to help each other get through the difficult time.

The BCPG's Namjai The Endless Sharing campaign encompasses four supportive projects;

  1. A music video "Nam Aeoy Nam Jai" produced by Pom Asanee Chotikul, a Thai famous composer and singer, to encourage Thai people to help each other and show gratitude for those who lend their hands to others in the harsh time.
  2. A "Motorcycle Taxi Next Door" project to support motorcycle taxi riders whose delivery activities have played a crucial role in perpetuating social and economic activities. Aid packages are provided for motorcycle taxi riders in the neighborhood of BCPG's employees.
  3. "Hygienic Street Food" project to raise awareness of hygiene and proper sanitation of peddlers in the vicinity of BCPG's employees by providing them with care kits i.e., face masks, face shields, alcohol hand gel, or rubber gloves.
  4. "Sharing Resources" project to share areas in BCPG's power plants with communities nearby for agriculture to sustain the living. Lomligor wind power project in Nakhon Si Thammarat province will be the first power plant to carry out such initiative by allowing the community to use its area for rice cultivation.

"As a part of society, we, BCPG, are committed to extending our hand to Thai people who are affected by the crisis as much as we can. We have supported Thai universities such as King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang and Prince of Songkla University to research and develop medical equipment and supplies for hospitals across the country.

"We will launch the campaign through music video "Nam Aeoy Nam Jai" by Pom Asanee Chotikul to cheer up Thai people and encourage them to help each other weather the storm together," said Bundit Sapianchai, BCPG President.