About Us

RATCH-Australia is 100% owned by RATCH Group, Thailand’s largest independent power producer.

RATCH Group was founded in March 2000 and aims to become a leading value-oriented energy and infrastructure company in the Asia Pacific region.

RATCH Group owns power generation assets in Thailand, China, Indonesia and Laos, with further capacity under construction or in development throughout South-East Asia.

RATCH-Australia was founded in 2011 and currently owns and manages nine energy generation assets throughout Australia. All of these assests are renewable energy projects or gas-fired power stations that provide stability for the renewable energy market.

Find out more about RATCH-Australia Energy Portfolio

RATCH-Australia Board

Choosri Kietkajornkul

Chairperson, Chief Executive Officer, RATCH Group

Boonchai Jarunwaraphan

Chief Project Development Officer, RATCH Group

Thana Boonyasirikul

Chief Asset Management Officer, RATCH Group

Thikhumporn Daorote

Acting Executive Director of Power Business, RATCH Group

Mitzi Gilligan

Non-Executive Director

Polagorn Kheosiplard

Chief Executive Officer, RATCH-Australia Corporation

RATCH-Australia Corporation Management Team

Polagorn Kheosiplard

Chief Executive Officer

Simon Greenacre

Executive General Manager – Legal, Governance and Commercial Strategy

James Lee

Executive General Manager, Assets and Operations

Greg Meredith

Executive General Manager - Commercial Strategy, Treasury & Finance

Patricia Clifford

General Manager - Human Resources and Corporate Administration

Hugh Sangster

General Management - Commercial Development

Neil Weston

General Manager - Project Development

Corporate Governance

A key element of the RATCH Group’s mission is to be socially and environmentally responsible, conducting business in a fair and sustainable manner and complying with all related laws and regulations.

RATCH-Australia operations and practices are aligned with these objectives.

The way RATCH-Australia operates is guided by robust corporate governance, which ensures that the company complies with all relevant Federal, State and local legislation.

Policies available for download include:

Privacy Statement

Whistleblower Policy

Modern Slavery Statement

WH&S Policy

Information for suppliers

Suppliers and potential suppliers are encouraged to download the information below about working with RATCH-Australia:

RATCH-Australia purchase order general terms and conditions
RATCH-Australia new supplier form
RATCH-Australia supplier code of conduct

Our Projects