The Theparak Wind Project is a renewable energy project located in the Nongwang, Bueng Prue and Samnaktakhro sub-districts of Thepharak District, Nakhonratchasima Province in Thailand. It generates clean electricity using 30 wind turbine generators, each with a capacity of 3 MW, totalling 90 MW of wind power. The project began in 2018 and will run for 25 years, with a renewable crediting period every 10 years. The electricity generated by the project is exported to the Thailand National grid, which displaces an equivalent amount of electricity that would have otherwise been generated by fossil fuel sources. The project is expected to avoid 131,883 tCO2e from entering the atmosphere each year of its operation, which equates to a total of 1,318,830 tCO2e over 10 years. The Theparak Wind Project is verified by the Verified Carbon Standard.