ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2022 (ASEW) is the most comprehensive energy event in the region. The event has over three decades of service in presenting unbeatable regional business platforms and meeting points for manufacturers to showcase their cutting-edge energy technology for trade visitors, entrepreneurs and policy-makers and professionals in the energy industry in the region.
The Show is a combination of 4 major shows: Renewable Energy Asia, Energy Efficiency Expo, Entech Pollutec Asia, & Electric Vehicle Asia. It will be held from 14-16 September 2022 at QSNCC, in the center of Bangkok, Thailand with easy access by public transport. The brand-new venue is a state-of-the-art facility and was built using sustainable design innovations and technologies.
Total Trade Quality Buyers with C-Suite Level
Exhibitor Very Satisfied with business opportunity
Government, Power Generator & Plant and Electrical sectors
From Top & middle management, Owner and Policy Maker
The growing demands and investments of the Thai Electric Vehicle industry present golden business opportunities for manufacturers of technologies, equipment, infrastructure, batteries etc. Electric Vehicle Asia and iEVTech 2022 presents a special business platform to showcase production solutions, technology, and infrastructure related to energy efficiency, power conversion systems including electrical systems for electric trains, battery management components, monitoring & control equipment systems and charging stations. The show is expected to attract serious buyers, decision makers, entrepreneurs, car makers and also policy makers from private and public sectors from across ASEAN.
Mr. Hongpeng Liu
Director, Energy Division,
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Ms. Diala Hawila
Program Officer at International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Mr. Veerapat Kiatfuengfoo
Deputy Director General,
Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO), Ministry of Energy
Dr. Non Arkaraprasertkul
Senior Expert of Smart City Promotion Department,
Digital Economy Promotion Agency
Dr. Karndee Leopairote
Executive Vice President,
Futuretales Lab by MQDC
Mr. Taveewat Chantaraseno
Cisco Systems (Thailand)
Dr. Poppong Sakulpipatsin
SCG Building materials Co., Ltd.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yossapong Laoonual
King Mongkutâ€™s University of Technology Thonburi
Mr. Keisuke Ueda
Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)
Global Product Marketing Manager,
Dr. Thana Sornchamni
PTT Public Company Limited
Dr. Pongpan Vorasayan
Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency,
Ministry of Energy
Dr. Nuki Agya Utam
ACE Executive Director ASEAN Center of Energy
Dr. Florian Kraxner
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
Mr. Watcharin Boonyarit
Director of Strategy and Planning Division,
Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, Ministry of Energy
Dr. Wijarn Simachaya
Thailand Environment Institute
Mr. Tom Moody
Regional Director Southeast Asia, Climate & Energy,
The United Kingdom Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office
Section Chief, Office of Market Mechanisms,
Ministry of the Environment, Japan
Dr. Sudhir Sharma
GEF Task Manager, Climate Change Mitigation,
Asia and the Pacific, United Nations Environment Program
Dr. Pimpa Limthongkul
President of Thailand Energy Storage Technology Association (TESTA)
Mr. Kiatchai Maitriwong
Executive Director of Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO)
Dr. Thanya Phraewphiphat
National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC)
Ms. Sooksiri Chamsuk
United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Dr. Chongrak Wachrinrat
President of Kasetsart University
Prof. Dr. Ni Nyoman Tri Puspaningsih
Head of University CoE-Research Center for Bio-Molecule Engineering,
Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Dr. Pornpan Panichnumsin
Dr. Sousuke Imamura
A Distinguished Researcher,
NTT Space and Environment Energy Laboratories, Japan
Prof. Dr. Kumar Sudesh
School of Biological Sciences,
University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Dr. Worajit Setthapun
Dean of adiCET,
Chiangmai Rajabhat University
Mr. Isares Phamornniyom
President of ThaiWEA
Mr. Bundit Sapianchai
Chief Executive Officer,
BCPG Public Company Limited
Mr. Mark Hutchinson
Chair, South East Asia,
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
Mr. Chanyut Chayawattana
Deputy CEO (Technology),
Amita Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd.,
Subsidiary of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited.
Mr. Thomas Leonard
Senior Energy Markets & Technology Consultant,
Mr. Antoine Croize
Sales Manager Southeast-Asia,
Vestas Asia Pacific, Vestas Wind Technology (Thailand) Ltd.
Ms. Atcharaporn Promchat
Regional Sales& Marketing Leader, GE Renewable Energy, Asia,
General Electric International Operations Company, Inc.
Mr. Deepak Maloo
Regional Sales Leader for Onshore Wind â€“ India & South East Asia.,
General Electric International Operations Company, Inc.
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.
The event is a platform to determine our efforts to create a clean and environmentally friendly society to become a Carbon Neutrality, which many countries have set by 2050. Thailand has also realized the importance of reducing its carbon footprint. The government has announced the National Energy Plan (NEP 2022) with three main goals: 1. Increasing the share of clean and renewable energy in new electricity generations by at least 50 percent, based on the cost of the long-term energy storage system in 2040. 2. Promote the use of electric vehicles (EV) under the [email protected] policy. 3. Introduce new technologies and innovations to increase energy efficiency by at least 30 percent by 2040, as well as push for a green economy model or Bio-Circular-Green (BCG) Economy.
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.
REA International Conference on the topic "Clean Energy Transition for Post-Covid Resilience in ASEAN" at the event that the conference is the 17th edition to update latest information and important issues including trends and developments in the ASEAN region and others. The event was well responded to more than 1,200 participants were attended.
He said that nowadays each country and various organizations in particular in the ASEAN region turn to concern more on the environment. For example, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam have faced the climate change problem due to global warming. Consequently, they have arisen awareness on energy conservation and opt to use more alternative energy, Thailand has also set a goal towards Carbon Neutrality in 2065-2070. To achieve that goal, it is very important to apply innovative technologies and smart solutions to control and manage energy systems, especially an increase of renewable energy consumption while also being able to control the energy system to ensure its stability in overall management. Therefore, energy storage and the battery will play a vital role in the matter.
The three days of the event, we have received good response from entrepreneurs in the electric vehicle industry. The association invited 41 electric vehicle experts from 10 countries to present information related to the electric vehicle industry on various topics under the theme "Moving Towards Carbon Neutral Society: Global Cooperation in Electric Mobility" with special activities such as the Ambassador Forum, which are leader countries in the use of electric vehicles.
"We have learned guidelines and plans about the way to drive toward the use of electric vehicles from around the world and in Thailand at the event. Currently, Thailand has 8,267 BEV electric vehicles of all types. The association will continue to support the growth of electric vehicles in the country in compliance with the goals of the National Electric Vehicle Policy Committee. We hope that under the support from both public and private sectors, there will be a shift towards the use of more electric vehicles, while also have more development on battery and charging station network in the future."
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 Fimerâ€™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.
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.
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.
Pre-arrival and arrival tests lifted and introduced two new entry schemes specifically customised for vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers.