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4th Annual ASEAN Solar + Energy Storage Congress & Expo 2019

   14- 15 Nov, 2019     

The Bellevue Manila, Philippines

Co-located with

4th Annual ASEAN Solar + Energy Storage Congress & Expo 2019

THE FUTURE OF SOLAR IS STORAGE

14-15 Nov 2019 // Manila

 

Officially Endorsed by

4th Annual ASEAN Solar+ Energy Storage Congress & Expo 2019 has made its name as the largest congress focusing on solar and energy storage market in ASEAN region. 

Event Overview

4th Annual ASEAN Solar + Energy Storage Congress & Expo 2019  is a government-backed regional energy event, officially endorsed by the Philippines’ Department of Energy, Energy Regulatory Commission, National Power Corporation and the Manila Electric Company.

 

The event roots in Southeast-Asia market with enormous solar & storage potentials since 2016. It acts as a business guide to assist you to look into ASEAN renewable energy markets and identify the key issues in ASEAN’s context.  

 

Totally 1200+ participants, 100+ governments/utilities/developers and 50+ medias will gather on the site and to discuss the regional trend and how to facilitate international cooperation between ASEAN countries and other regions.

Key Topics 

  • Understand policy & regulations that can hold for ASEAN's RE transition

  • Seize the Imperative trend of floating solar and energy storage

  • Gain deep insights and practical applications for island and isolated areas

  • Unlock investment benefits of the booming market

  • Foresee comparative challenges of ASEAN's regulated and wholesale market

Official Endorsement Letter

Endorsement Letter from Hon. Agnes 

Vst Devanadera Chairperson and CEO 

of the Energy Regulatory Commission

Endorsement Letter from Hon. Alfonso G. Cusi 

Secretary of the Department of Energy

1,200+

​Attendees representing the industry value chain

70+

Sponsors and partners

18+

Hours of networking

100+

​Leading experts on stage

2019 Edition

PROGRAM REPORT

​LATEST WHITE PAPER

A New Rising Star: 

Solar PV Market in ASEAN

The economy of Southeast Asia is developing rapidly, and increases the demand for electrcity. In 2016, Indonesia had the highest total electricity con sumption by 225. 91 TWh, while Cambodia had the lowest total energy consumption in Southeast Asia by 6.24 TWh.

In this report, the current situation of Southeast Asia's solar power market will be discussed. Secondarily, we will talk about more details in four specific countries. Last but not least, this report will show new opportunities for solar PV.

Whiter Paper: 

Floating Solar Market in ASEAN

Since the first floating solar plant built in 2007 in Japan, this young technology has eaperienced rapid development throughout the world.

In this report, the general concept of floating dolar PV system as well as its advantages and market opportunities is discussed. A global status of this technology is given combined with the cases separately from China, Japan and the U.S.A further emphasis is put on the particular floating solar marketing in ASEAN, eapecially in Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand, showing relevant policies and existing or planned projects. 

White Paper: The State of the Global 

and ASEAN Energy Storage Market 

Over the past 10 years, over 26 GW of energy storage have been announced for deployment from project developers, approximately 17% of these projects are operational. 

In this report, it shows the main trends for large-scale energy storage project finacing and incentives and lists the top 20 countries aiming to deploy and use large-scale energy storage. As to the ASEAN region, the Philippines is detailedly elaborated, and other ASEAN countries are discussed as well.

Renewable Energy Targets

in ASEAN

Each of ASEAN’s 10 members have set targets for renewable energy, and technological innovations such as better solar power efficiency and floating solar panels means that renewable energy is now more accessible than ever before.

ASEAN has set a target of 23 percent renewables in the region’s energy mix by 2025.

Click markers to check targets of ASEAN counteries

PROGRAM

  • Joint Efforts to the ASEAN "23% Goal" by 2025

  • Global Perspective: What Makes ASEAN Market Outstanding in Asia

 

  • Progress Toward a Clean Energy Future – Lesson’s Learnt from Hawaii

 

  • Philippines Chapter - In the Next 5 Years, How the Country can Renew Its Future with Solar + Energy Storage 

  • Vietnam Chapter - Sparking Chances of New FiT and Future of Battery Storage Rise

  • State-of-Art Technoloy in Leading ASEAN's RE Transformation

 

  • Toward the Future: C&I Solar Program Gains Traction

 

  • Capital Market’s Attitude: Will Solar + Energy Storage Go Gentle into the Bright Future in ASEAN

  • Power Rural Region with Solar + Energy Storage                                                      

  • How Solar + Energy Storage Hybrids Will Change the Future Energy Mix                                                

  • Most Bankable and Competitive Turnkey Hybrid & Energy Storage Solutions                                        

  • ESS Contributions to Schools and Villages in ASEAN

  • Commercialize Energy Storage Model in an Wholesale Environment

  • Highlighted Outlook: Quantify Floating Solar Potential in ASEAN                                                                                              

  • Managing the Region’s Largest Floating Solar Project - EPC Perspective                                                      

  • Innovative Tools & Solutions to Increase Business Certainty for Floating Solar

  • Is Legal Framework Ready for Floating Solar in ASEAN?

  • How to Stand at The Forefront of Floating Solar Trend in ASEAN

  • Innovations to Drive Scale and Lower Cost for Floating Solar Farm

  • Diversified and Innovative Floating Applications in ASEAN and Its Potential

  • Standard and Alternative Funding Sources to Finance Floating Solar Projects

 
 

2019 SPEAKERS

Alan M. Oshima

President & CEO
Hawaiian Electric Company

Marissa P. Cerezo

Director III

Renewable Energy Management Bureau

Department of Energy Philippines

Chantho Milattanapheng

Director General

Institute of Renewable Energy Promotion
Ministry of Energy and Mines, Lao PDR

Jayaraman Punidhan

Deputy General Manager

Renewable Energy

PSE 

Ministry of Power, India

Chatchai Mawong

Director

Hydro and Renewable Energy Power Plant

Development Division

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand

Aileen Dalanon

 Manager

Core Business and Emerging Technology

Tariff Management

MERALCO

Ping Mendoza

General Manager

Aboitiz Power Distributed Energy

Truong Xuan Vy  

Vice Director 
Department of Planning & Investment
Ninh Thuan Province

Godofredo Magpoc

Head

Renewable Energy Team

 National Power Corporation

Mohd Yusrizal Mohd Yusof

Head

New Energy Development

Energy Ventures
Tenaga Nasional Berhad

Bert Deprest

Head

Industry & Customer Solutions
South East Asia
ENGIE

Nilesh Kane

General Manager

Operations Department

Tata Power-DDL

Sunil Gupta

Regional

SEA & South Asia

Vena Energy

Tau Nguyen

Country Director

Business Development, Vietnam –

Cambodia

ACWA Power

Hein Oomen

Head
ENGIE Solar APAC

Prabaljit Sarkar

Director

Business Development

InfraCo Asia

Monalisa C. Dimalanta

Chair
the Philippine National 

Renewable Energy Board

Jay Layug

President

Developers of Renewable Energy for AdvanceMent

Tetch Cruz-Capellan

Founder & CEO

SunAsia Energy

Ruth Yu-Owen

President
Upgrade Energy Philippines

Franck Constant

President

Constant Energy

Jose Maria P. Zabaleta 

Chief Development Officer
AC Energy

Matthieu Le Gall 

Business Development, South East Asia
Akuo Energy

Florian Bennhold

CEO & Managing Director

Symbior Solar

Rahul Ramanan

Director, Business

Development

Fluence

Victor IV Risma

Director & Chief Operating Officer

MSpectrum

Alakesh Chetia

CEO

Yoma Micro Power

Nathalie Risteau

Director

External Relations & Partnerships
Mandalay Yoma

Juan Lorenzo Tañada

Director

Corporate & Regulatory Affairs
Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines

Atem S. Ramsundersingh

CEO

WEnergy Global

James Lok

Principal Investment Operations Specialist

Energy Sector

Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Andrew Jeffries

Director

Energy Division
Southeast Asia Regional Department
Asian Development Bank

Jo Ann Eala

Vice President

Sustainable Energy Finance and Specialized Lending

Bank of the Philippine Islands

Bence Szegedi

Vice President

SUSI Partners AG

Lei Zhang

Managing Director
Energy Finance & Advisory, Asia Pacific
Societe Generale

Eunjoo Park-Minc

Chief Advisor, Head of Sustainable Finance
Banco de Oro (BDO)