13 – 14 April 2016
Power & Electricity World Asia
draws expertise from Asia and beyond to share ideas and experiences as Asia embarks on greater capacity development.
With a presence in Indonesia for the first time, many of the topics and challenges we address this year have particular pertinence to South East Asia’s largest economy. Shifting away from a reliance on fossil fuels, liberalising and introducing competition across the power value chain, financing new power projects, and discussions on fuel subsidies all form key discussion points for this year’s programme. We have also confirmed the support of the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia as our Host Ministry for this strategic power conference.
At the same time Power and Electricity World Asia continues to invite experts from utilities, IPPs and investors across the globe to share ideas and experiences.