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With the backing of revenue generated by an oil sales tax, the Thai government has offered to fully pay for audits and cost-effective retrofits for public buildings. However, as of late 2002, very few facilities were utilizing this opportunity. Sources suggest that the absence of technical and administrative support from the government, along with very limited promotion, may be responsible for the slow rate of adoption. An additional impediment is that most government agencies do not pay for their own utilities.