Impact Bangkok, Thailand
25 – 26 November 2014
  • Solarlite's TSE 1 project in Huaykrachao, Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand
  • Developers currently confirmed to attend and speak at Solar Energy Southeast Asia represent more than 36% of the market in SE Asia
  • Developers currently confirmed to attend and speak at Solar Energy Southeast Asia represent more than 36% of the market in SE Asia

Thai government forges ahead with new solar targets

This August, Thailand’s military regime announced new policies to reach the country’s 3GW solar target by 2016, 5 years ahead of the original 2021 goal- a clear and robust symbol of the country’s continued support for ambitious PV deployment.

Onlookers eagerly await details of the plan, with announcements expected this November. Coinciding with the announcements and the renewed project development plans of key stakeholders- Solar Energy South East Asia returns to Bangkok for its second year.

Join government officials and senior private sector executives representing project developers, EPCs, investors & technology providers.

  • Hear first hand the new Power Development Plan (2015-2036) and how it affects the Thai solar PV sector
  • Understand how nearly 600MW of additional PPAs will be allocated and meet the developers taking the projects forward
  • Gain clarification of the new 800MW Government & Agricultural Cooperative Public Private Partnership Programme and the opportunities it presents for you
  • Discover when the 70MW residential rooftop FiT will open and understand the licensing and permitting process as it now stands

You must attend the first solar PV congress which follows the recent announcements, network the sector’s most influential figures, meet potential customers and re-evaluate the business opportunities in one of the most promising PV markets of 2015.

Plus don’t miss:

South East Asian Policy Round-Up
Understand the opportunities presented by the latest government supported initiatives across the South East Asian region

The Rise of South East Asian Commercial & Industrial PV
Following the huge response to 2013’s FiT join with developers and off-takers to discuss market evolution. How can the market advance with and without incentives? What is the appetite from private off-takers?

Large-Scale Solar Case Studies throughout South East Asia
Permitting, grid interconnection agreements, securing finance & handling supply chain and logistic issues: gain first hand experience from some of the region’s most prominent and pioneering developers & EPCs

Island Electrification, Fuel Displacement & Micro-Grids
As the market takes off discover the latest business models and technology advances to make PV an even more compelling business case

Finance & Investment Focus Session
From DFI support and non-recourse finance for large scale projects to alternative sources of investment for small scale PV and projects in emerging markets- meet investors with an appetite for renewables in the region

View the Solar Energy Southeast Asia post-show report for 2013

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