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2021 March 15 - 2021 March 18

Power Week Asia


POWER WEEK ASIA is the 6th annual international conference, designed for the power and energy industry. It provides 7 days of learning opportunities with C-level executives during a 4-day conference as the main event, plus 3 workshops and masterclasses with real life case studies, expert views, and valuable insights to keep ahead of the competitive market.

At POWER WEEK ASIA, you will meet industry peers from national power companies, government regulators, policy makers, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers from 20+ countries around the globe. With C-level speakers and attendees all under one roof, you will 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 energy, energy storage, grid technologies, digitalisation, energy transition, energy mix optimisation, technology advancement, power generation efficiency, transmission, power plant, power projects, investment & financing, solar & wind tariffs and many more.

The 3 add-on workshops will provide even more in-depth learning opportunity on specific subjects such as Power Purchase Agreement, energy storage, renewable & clean energy etc.

Grab this chance to stay one step ahead in the industry - POWER WEEK ASIA is the most anticipated power & electricity show, not to be missed

List of elite speakers from best industry players in the world

  1. Simon Li, President, Asia Pacific Project Business Unit, Trina Solar,China
  2. Toh Seong Wah, CEO, Energy Market Company, Singapore
  3. Torbjorn Kirkeby-Garstad, EVP Asia, SN Power, Philippines
  4. Alice Jawan, Permanent Secretary, Ministry Of Utilities, Malaysia
  5. Akihiko Taniguchi, Executive Officer, Global Partnership, JERA, Japan
  6. Pongsakorn Yuthagovit, Assistant Governor of Planning and Power System Development, Provincial Electricity Authority, Thailand
  7. Arun Kumar Mishra, Director, National Smart Grid Mission (NSGM), India
  8. Zainal Arifin, VP, Technology Development & Standardization, Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), Indonesia
  9. Ingo Birnkraut, CEO and Managing Director, RWE Technology International, Germany
  10. Alejandro Hernandez, Head of Renewable Integration and Secure Electricity Unit, International Energy Agency, France
  11. Narsingh Chaudhary, EVP & Managing Director, Power- Asia, Black & Veatch, Thailand
  12. Shinichi Yasuda, SVP, Structured and Corporate Finance, Development Bank of Japan
  13. Martin Angelov, SVP, Asia Pacific Project Finance, Korea Development Bank
  14. Ram Natarajan, CEO, APAC, Mainstream Renewable Power, Singapore
  15. Gu-Yoon Chung, Managing Director, ENEL Green Power, Singapore
  16. Mohd Yusrizal Mohd Yusof, Managing Director, TNB Renewables, Malaysia
  17. Shalabh Singhania, Director & Head of Portfolio Management, InfraCo Asia, Singapore
  18. Jitendra Nalwaya, Vice President, BSES Yamuna Power Limited, India
  19. Bert Deprest, Head of C&I and Renewables, ENGIE South East Asia, Singapore
  20. Virgil Beaston, CTO, Powin Energy, United States of America
  21. James Colbert, Regional Director - East Asia & Pacific, Digital Grid Solutions, Schneider Electric, Australia
  22. Philip Napier-Moore, Programme Leader, Renewable Power, East Asia, Mott MacDonald, Thailand
  23. Aman Modi, Partner, Boston Consulting Group, Singapore
  24. Marko Lackovic, Principal, Boston Consulting Group, Singapore
  25. Refi Kunaefi, Managing Director, Akuo Energy, Indonesia
  26. Achal Sondhi, APAC Market Director, Fluence, Singapore
  27. Francois Espinassous, Head of Advisory, Asia Pacific Project Finance, Korea Development Bank
  28. David Platt, Partner, Pinsent Masons, Singapore
  29. Robert de Groot, Energy Storage Specialist, Mott MacDonald, Singapore
  30. Rahul Gupta, Solution Leader and Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company, Singapore
  31. Stephen Woodhouse, Director, AFRY, United Kingdom
  32. Johanna Heckmann, Head of Charging Infrastructure, P3 Group, Germany

… and more. To find out the speakers’ profile, visit

Need More Reasons to Attend?

  1. Develop successful business strategies by obtaining up-to-date insights from experts around the world.
  2. Stay informed of the latest government policies and incentive support on renewable energy.
  3. Discover the possibilities of energy decentralisation and learn from other countries successful market liberalisation.
  4. Understand the reliability, affordability and sustainability of energy integration thus create a ‘balanced’ energy mix.
  5. Learn how to handle fuel price fluctuation and securing long term fuel sources in Asia countries.
  6. Hear expert opinions on balancing power demand and supply in different scenarios.
  7. Evaluate the reliability and sustainability of different renewable energy sources and make the right investment decision.
  8. Hear from solar, wind and hydropower developers and be exposed to the latest projects and real-life case studies in the industry.
  9. Identify the funding methods for power projects in developing and underdeveloped nations.
  10. Determine the potential for cross-border power trading in ASEAN.
  11. Be introduced to disruptive technologies such as energy storage, smart grid, mini-grid, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial intelligence (AI) and more.
  12. Explore the future of electric vehicles (EVs) in Asia region and build electricity readiness for increasing EV penetration. 

To attend/sponsor/exhibit/enquiry, please contact:

Weslyn Lee       

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