Representatives of international delegations at the 5th Annual POWER WEEK ASIA in SingaporeA
five days electric power & energy conference, inclusive of 2-day focal point main conference, 6 supplementary workshops, multiple case studies from a wide array of perspectives, expert views, and valuable insights on the Asia market outlook.
Singapore – The 5th annual POWER WEEK ASIA Conference will be held from 11 to 15 November 2019 at the PARKROYAL on Beach Road Hotel, Singapore. POWER WEEK ASIA attracts the industry leaders from national power companies, government regulators, policy makers, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers from around the globe. With C-level speakers and attendees all under one roof, it offers the chance to learn the success strategies and pitfalls of notable power projects.
The conference features 20+ engaging sessions covering policy & regulations, global energy market outlook, fuel & electricity market, solar technology, energy storage, grid technologies, digitalisation, power generation efficiency, electric power transmission, power plant & power projects, investment & financing, solar & wind tariffs and many more. POWER WEEK ASIA is the most anticipated event, not to be missed!
Global energy leaders who have confirmed to speak:
1. Ma Jinlong, Vice President, APEC Sustainable Energy Center, China
2. Shinichi Imai, Managing Director, TEPCO Power Grid, Japan
3. Patana Sangsriroujana, Deputy Governor-Strategy, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), Thailand
4. Haji Husaini Bin Husin, Chief Grid Officer, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Malaysia
5. Tor Inge Stokke, President, SN Power, Philippines
6. Paddy Padmanathan, President & CEO, ACWA Power, Saudi Arabia
7. Dan Neil, COO, MERALCO Power Generation, Philippines
8. Rick Truscott, COO, CLP Power, Hong Kong
9. Adrian Lembong, Director of Technology, Adaro Power, Indonesia
10. Simon Li, President and General Manager of Asia Pacific Project Business Unit (APBU), Trina Solar, China
11. Alex Hewitt, CEO, CWP Renewables, Australia
12. Lionel Steinitz, CEO, LYS Energy, Singapore
13. Petteri Härkki, Managing Director, Pöyry, Thailand
14. Anand Menon, CTO, Eng. & Technology, Siemens, Malaysia
15. Dany Qian, Vice President, Jinko Solar, China
16. Sujay Shah, Executive Director, Cleantech Coverage, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore
17. Sunil Gupta, Senior Vice President & Head, Renewable Energy, Sembcorp Industries, Singapore
18. Laurence Kwan, Director, Energy, Sunseap Group, Singapore
19. Janne Lautanala, General Manager for Digital Foundry, Wärtsilä, Singapore
20. Lenita Tobing, Partner, PwC, Indonesia
21. Raju Shukla, Founder and Chairman, Cleantech Solar, Singapore
22. James Allan, Director, Frontier Economics, Singapore
23. … and many more
The POWER WEEK ASIA will feature 6 supplementary workshops addressing cutting edge topics with Real Examples and Case Studies, including, Energy Utilities Regulation & Policy, Energy Storage, Grid Technologies, Power Purchase Agreement, Mastering Renewable & Alternative Energies and Clean Energy Opportunity & Risk Analysis.
The POWER WEEK ASIA will also discuss on:
• How to deal with issues and challenges of regulatory uncertainties.
• The possibilities and threats for deregulation in power from policy makers’ point of view.
• The up-to-date insights of global energy market trend and get to know what to expect for future electricity market in Asia.
• The impacts and solutions for resources shortage issues.
• How to handle fuel price volatility and how will the fuel prices affecting electricity market.
• The right energy transition strategy, execution and portfolio management for power and energy company.
• Opportunities for digitalization in power sector, including the potential of blockchain application, Power to X technology and Internet of Things (IoT).
• New technology trends by understanding the development of solar panel, energy storage & smart grid technologies.
• The strategies to minimise the cost of power generation.
• Methods to attract private investing in emerging market and financing new technology in energy industry.
• Technical know-how in power plant development and how to mitigate the technical risks in power plant projects.