Thailand pledges 20% reduction of the GHG emissions to the projected BAU level by 2030. The reference year used in this scenario is 2005 and the BAU 2030 is 555Mt CO2. The reduction level can increase up to 25% subjected to international support. It is an economy-wide commitment encompassing CO2, Ch4, N2O, HFCs, PFCs and SF6.

The NDC indicates a modal shift promoting transport by rail. Also, a vehicle tax was introduced steering low carbon vehicles. There is a policy framework with some plans and actions in place to steer a deep change in energy production in Thailand, such as the Alternative Energy Development Plan and Power Development Plan, however no further details are given (Thailand NDC, 2020).