APEC 2016 : Unearthing New Opportunities in Asia’s Energy Sector

Editorial Team
Editorial Team
Unearthing New Opportunities in Asia's Energy Sector

Asia has been rapidly industrialising since at least the year-2000. One of the limiting factors on this growth has been the availability of energy generation capability as the electrical power market has struggled to keep pace. Global electricity demand is rising at a staggering rate, with Asia a significant contributor.

Asia is already a key market for power industry suppliers. The long-term nature of power developments in the region confirms that it will be of continuing international importance. Asia Power & Electricity Convention 2016 (APEC 2016), Asia’s leading power conference scheduled for 23-24 November 2016 in Jakarta, will continue to serve as the leading platform for major industry players to establish winning Asia strategies. Under the theme of ‘Unearthing New Opportunities in Asia’s Energy Sector’, the event will address the most crucial issues which determine business performance objectives in Asia. APEC 2016 will help companies to better analyse of Asia’s dynamic power industry and further identify the strategic role of Southeast Asia in your global business plan.

Prominent speakers will include:

  • Ir Jarman, Director General for Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Republic of Indonesia
  • Sofyan Basyir, President Director, PT. PLN
  • Azman Bin Mohd, CEO, Tenaga Nasional Berhad
  • Somchai Roadrungwasinkul, Governor, Metropolitan Electricity Authority
  • Anil Dhirubhai Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Power
  • Dang Hoang An, CEO, Electricity of Vietnam
  • Edmundo A. Veloso, Vice President, Small Power Utilities Group, National Power Corporation of the Philippines
  • Gamini Herath, Deputy Director General, Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka
  • Vichan Sripairoj, Assistant Managing Director, Quezon Power
  • Fazil Erwin Alfitri, President and Chief Executive Officer, PT Medco Power Indonesia
  • Venkatachalam Anbumozhi, Senior Energy Economist, Asean Centre for Energy
  • Ho Peng Choong, Vice President, Transmission, Tenaga Nasional Berhad
  • Poh Mui Hoon, Chief Executive Officer, SP Telecommunications
  • David Pengilly, Network Services General Manager, Ausgrid
  • Yu Xuehao, Vice General Manager, State Grid Information & Telecommunication Co., Ltd.
  • Surya Darma, Chairman of Energy Committee, National Research Council of Indonesia
  • Prayut Thongsuwan, Managing Director, Ratchaburi Energy Company Limited

Key talks will include:

  • Power Policy and National Development plan in Indonesia
  • Commercial Opportunities in Indonesia’s Power Sector
  • Malaysia Power Market Outlook
  • Thailand Power Development Plan
  • Indian Energy Investment
  • Integrating Renewables in the Power Generation Mix
  • Wind Generator Failure Modes and Occurrences
  • Meeting Transmission and Distribution Policies for a Project Driven Future
  • A Secure, Innovative and Forward Looking ICT Strategy
  • Engage New Roles and Business Models to Provide Customer-Focused Energy Services
  • Major Upcoming Power Transmission & Distribution Projects
  • Cloud Computing Led Infrastructure for Growth
  • Increased Engagement of Private Markets to Deliver High Efficiency Products and Demand-Side Solutions on a Regional Scale


WHEN: 23-24 November, 2016

WHERE: Jakarta, Indonesia

WEBSITE: www.ourpolaris.com/2016/apec

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The Editorial team at APAC Outlook Magazine is a team of professional in-house editors led by Jack Salter, Head of Editorial at Outlook Publishing.