In July, Bloomberg predicted that Asia-Pacific will spend around $2.5 trillion on renewable energy and will install around 2.5 TW of new generating capacity of which, 1.7 TW would be renewable sources of power.
According to Justin Wu from Bloombern New Energy Finance, “The Asia-Pacific region is the largest region for new energy build in the world,” he said. “It’s larger than the Americas and Europe combined from now until 2030.”
Solar Energy Southeast Asia will explore some of that potential and will connect attendees with key government and policy-makers.
2013 supporters and keynote speakers included the Asian Development Bank, Thailand Ministry of Energy, the Sustainable Energy Development Authority of Malaysia and the Philippines National Renewable Energy Board.
- Explore the changing political environment for solar
- Take a deep dive into ground-mounted and roof-top projects
- Include specific sessions on off-grid projects
- Outline the latest trends in micro-grid and storage technologies
- Address the opportunities for solar across the ASEAN region