ASEAN's Largest and Most Comprehensive Renewable Energy Technology Exhibition and Conference

ASEAN's Leading Energy Efficiency Technology Exhibition and Conference

International Exhibition of Environmental Protection and Pollution Control Technology

International Electric Vehicle Technology Conference and Exhibition


ASE 2021- The Regional Business Platform and meeting point for the entrepreneurs, policy makers form both private and public sectors in related industries.

The show will feature solar generating panels, energy storage, wind technology, biomass, biogas, Waste-to-Power Plants, Smart Grid, Micro Grid, digitization and energy big data, environmental management, solid & waste-water treatment, plus EV charging equipment, traction equipment, motor & infrastructure development!

25,000 Expected Visitors to attend this top venue
350 Brands from 24 Countries Exhibit Technologies
7 Special Pavilions from China, Germany, Japan, Korea, Sigapore, Switzerland and Taiwan
200+ Gurus and Experts as Speakers in energy and related sector
100+ International Conferences and Seminars empowered the indusrty


Energy production remains one of the essentials for industrial development and the growth of major cities. It is likely to increase further. In the past we became aware of the new technologies such as solar, energy storage, electric vehicles, smart grid, and waste-to-energy, but the energy outlook in the coming years will emphasize a country's energy production and consumption together with reducing fossil fuel usage and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. With the increasingly widespread usage of Blockchain, Digitization and Big Data will play an important role as innovative forms of energy technology, and energy trading. The policy driving smart cities will play a crucial role in shaping energy production and consumption.

  • Solar and Energy Storage
    Much lower solar panel costs and production of energy storage batteries will provide greater stability in managing renewable energy.
  • Digitization and Energy Big Data
    By using AI to help push the limits of data analysis and synthesis to predict trends that enchance energy control systems such as Supply Chain Digitization.
  • Waste-to-Power Plants
    One of the increasing energy sources along with the need for efficient management of municipal waste that accordance with the Circular Economy policy.
  • Electric Vehicles
    Many countries are already developing electric vehicles, included traveling longer distances per charge, lower prices and infrastructure development.
  • Smart Gride / Micro Grid
    Technologies in intelligent Grid, Flexible Grid, and Blockchain Network will soon allow everyone to trade energy with producers or between themselves.


ASE 2020 delivered an exceptional result with remarkable success. The show ended with outstanding successes in all areas and has since become a major driving force in moving energy related industries forward in the Post COVID-19. Many exciting stories took place during the four-days event ended with outstanding successes in all areas. It has provided an important business platform for exhibitors to showcase the latest cutting-edge technologies and innovations in energy sources for the region moving forward in all aspects of smart city development.

  • Total 21,060 Quality Trade Visitors
  • 74% of exhibitors satisfied with opportunity during the show
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ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week VDO Highlight

ASEAN Energy & Utilities Digital Week

Informa Markets presents ASEAN Energy & Utilities Digital Week (AEUDW). The online event will bring together Energy & Utilities professionals from all over ASEAN. The online event will be held from 30 June - 9 July 2021. The highlights include Online Marketplace and Conferences that provide industry with the essential information needed to adapt to the new reality.

This online marketplace allows you to connect with some of the world’s leading companies. This virtual platform will present innovative technological solutions, services, business opportunities and the answers on energy resources and management for those in the energy industry in one central location. Running in conjunction, there will be several highly informative conferences which will be presented by the leading experts in their fields around the region.

See more details about AEUDW – Click Here!

Top Brands and Companies at ASE 2020

TOP SPEAKERS shared knowledge and idea to industries from previous edition

Mr. Supattanapong Punmeechaow
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Dr. Prasert Sinsukprasert
Deputy Permanent Secretary of Energy, Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Mr. Panuwat Triyangkulsri
Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, Thailand

Mr. Thongchai Chawalitpichaet
Director General, The Office of Industrial Economic

Mr. Supakit Boonsiri
Deputy Director General, Department of Industrial Work, Ministry of Industry, Thailand

Theetanun Rattanasanyanuphap
Director of Telecommunications Policy and Resources Management Bureau, NBTC, The Office of National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suvit Tia
President King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sornprach Thanisawanyangku
Vice President, Kasetsart University

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bundit Fungthammasan
Vice President of Research, The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE) KMUTT

Mr. Sathit Krongsut
Director, Research and Innovation Division, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Mr. Porntep Puripatana
Deputy Governor (Special Affairs)

Dr. Nitipong Boon-Long
Commercial Director, SUPERNAP (Thailand)

Mr. Abhay Ghosalker
DC RAC Indochina Cluster Head, Secure Power Division, Schneider Electric (Thailand)

Mr. Chatchaphol Prasopchoke
Chief Executive Officer and President, UAC Global Public Company Limited

Mr. Wattanapong Thongsoi
Managing Director of Tipawat Corporation Limited

Mr. Chuwit Jungtanasomboon
Managing Director, Northeast Rubber Public Company Limited

Mr. Woragarn Likhitdechasakdi
Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Huawei Technology (Thailand)

Dr. Phichet Rerkpreecha
Chief Executive Officer at LINE Company (Thailand)

Mr. Wachirapong Boorapachon
Head of Data Center, True Internet Data Center

Ph. D. Suvit Toraninpanich
Chairman of Renewable Energy Industry Club, The Federation of Thailand Industries

Dr. Twarath Sutabutr
Inspector General, Ministry of Energy

Mr. Patana Sangsriroujana
Deputy Governor Strategy, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suneerat Fukuda
Director of the Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE) and Center of Excellence on Energy Technology and Environment (CEE PERDO), KMUTT

Dr. Yossapong Laoonual
General Secretary of Asian Federation of Electric Vehicle Association, Expert Committee in National Electric Vehicle Policy Committee

Mr. Edmund Araga
President, Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Montri Wiboonrat
Associate Professor at KMITL Business School, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

Mr. Bruno Lhopiteau
Managing Director, Siveco China

Ms. Chloe Herrara
Energy Innovation Research, Lux Research

Mikael Jakobsson
Executive Director, APUEA

Ksenia Petrichenko
Economic Affairs Officer, UN ESCAP

Peter Lundberg
Head of Operations, Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA)

AIST Emeritus Researcher, JAPAN

Asst.Prof.Dr. Pruk Aggarangsi
Director at Energy Research and Development Institute, Chiang Mai University

Dr.Gary Denes
Head of Energy Technologies, Cenfura Limited

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Akara Prayote
King Mongkut´s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB)

Yuan-Sheng Yu
Lux Research

Dr.Worajit Setthapun
Dean, adiCET, Chiangmai Rajabhat University

Mr. Dave Sivaprasad
Managing Director and Partner, Boston Consulting Group, Office Head, BCG Malaysia

Mike Boonyong
CTDC, Data Center Facility Consulting Hewlett Packard Enterprise Asia Pacific

Mr. Krisda Utamote
President, Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand (EVAT)

Mr. Simon Rolland
GIZ Thailand

Muhammad Ali
Australasia Advisor, Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA)
Project Manager-District Heating and Cooling, ENGIE

Teruhisa Oi (Teru)
Principal Energy Specialist,
Energy Division, South Asia Department, Asian Development Bank

Garry Chui
Regional Manager, North Asia and Pacific, Johnson Controls

Mr. Supattanapong Punmeechaow
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy, Thailand

The Thai government will continue implementing its Alternative EnergyDevelopment Plan (AEDP 2018) for 2018-2037, which sets 30% of its final energy consumption to be contributed by renewable energy within 2037 as the ultimate goal.

Mr. Natee Sithiprasasana
Vice Chairman-Biomass Energy, Renewable Energy industry Club, The Federation of Thai Industries

Technology disruption causes entrepreneurs to keep adopting and adjusting at all times. The government has helped to support the reduction of restrictions. Some government energy policy goes well with the private sector such as using technology in the National Digital Energy platform and the reform of the electricity industry structure so as to make it more competitive. If the government have clear guidelines and policies; entrepreneurs are ready to support and drive forward.

Mr. Patana Sangsriroujana
Deputy Governor Strategy, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Renewable energy will come to be Future Energy, with the 1st generation energy going to the second generation; the Electricity Generating Authority has been supporting a policy from the Ministry of Energy with an emphasis on improving transmission lines to support renewable energy such as Floating Solar by using dams as a storage agent. EGAT is also supporting the energy sector in terms of Energy Storage and E-mobility.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suneerat Fukuda
Director, The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE) KMUTT

In Thailand, bioenergy is a major contributor to renewable energy and well serves the development of the "Bioeconomy, Circular, Green Economy" Model. Bioeconomy can bring about a better future and equal opportunity for all the stakeholders. However, efforts to develop a sustainable bioeconomy, connecting between economy, society, and the environment, must be ensured and strengthened.

Mr. Burapa Laohalatanaviboon
Country Manager, FIMER

This is the first time Fimer has entered the Thai Country Manager, FIMER market. This is building on the success of ABB. The show is considered a major event for our solar business. The objective of our participation is to enhance corporate Fimer’s brand visibility. Our main product is the innovation in power conversion. This product is at the heart of electricity generation with an emphasis on quality, and safety.

Mr. Somchai Rojasavastera
Managing Director, Clean Energy Business, Premier Products Public Company Limited

Premier Products Public Company Limited exhibits at ASE because this is a platform to showcase our new products and this is the place that gather the most technology in energy sources at one location. ASE is the show that works closely with both the public and private agencies providing an update on energy policies across the board.

Approaching to enhanced health and safety standards at ASEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY WEEK following COVID-19

We recognize the importance of the epidemic control measures that come with Covid-19. This will ensure the health and safety of all attendees; screening measures and procedures have been prepared. These new guidelines and best practices aim to not only give you peace of mind but also help ensure a hygienic, productive, and organized event experience.


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