Home to more than 60% of the world’s population, Asia faces untold challenges in overhauling and modernising its power infrastructure. And nowhere is the scale of investment required greater than on this vast continent.
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, and discussions on fuel subsidies and fiscal incentives all form key discussion points for this year’s programme.
At the same time Power and Electricity World Asia continues to invite experts from utilities across the globe to share ideas and experiences.
Now in its 19th year, Power and Electricity World Asia continues to be the best resource to guide you through Asia’s changing energy landscape.