Returning for a fourth year, Solar & Offgrid Renewables Southeast Asia 2016 is the distinguished, must-attend event for solar PV companies looking to secure profitable business across the booming Southeast Asian market.
We’re developing the focus of the event to really explore deployment opportunities in Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Myanmar.
- Unparalleled networking opportunities including a high-level drinks reception
- All sessions boast a practical ‘how to’ focus to provide you with the tools to form a joint venture, acquire finance, secure land, gain grid access..
- Leading local developers from Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Myanmar will share inside knowledge of upcoming policy changes and regional regulations
- International financial institutions, local banks, private equity firms and global development companies, are already confirmed and looking for business partners
- Focus sessions address the respective country differences rather than approaching Southeast Asia as a homogenous market
Book now if you want to know:
- Expected developments in government solar policies across Southeast Asian countries and what you can do to lower project risk
- Practical step-by-step information on how to secure a local partner, access low cost capital, gain land permits and secure the latest technologies
- How to partner with the axis players and seal large pipeline deals in both the off grid and on grid solar markets
Who you will meet:
- Local banks
- International investors
- Private equity firms
- Development companies
- Local contractors
- Ministry officials
- Technology providers
- Storage companies
- Local installers
A networking dinner will follow the drinks reception (6pm-7pm) in the Sapphire suite at the IMPACT arena. Guests will enjoy a three course hot buffet continuing the evening’s rich networking opportunities. The dinner is generously sponsored by Trina Solar.
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