In the 30th of October 2018 at Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands Singapore, SIEW Opening Keynote Address will take place, an event that will provide insights to the SIEW 2018. In order to enjoy early bird discounts, you should register your attendance as soon as possible. Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) is an annual energy conference for industrial and academic parties, which comprises a number of workshops focused on key issues.
In order to share best solutions within the global energy space, SIEW aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas on energy issues while committing to becoming a global leader among energy companies and provide a platform for innovative products in the energy marketplace. Many of the global energy leaders such as Minister for Trade & Industry Chan Chun Sing, Dato Lim Jock Hoi, Secretary-General to ASEAN or Pradeep Kumar Pujari, Chairperson, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), India, have confirmed their attendance. The appetite for urban progress and the development of more efficient energy technologies resulted in SIEW, which is striving to meet the strategic objectives of Singapore.
The SIEW 2018 theme will be ‘Transforming Energy: Invest, Innovate, Integrate’, concentrating on the deployment of new technologies that are actually these days transforming the landscape. For the first time, the 36th ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting (AMEM) and Associated Meetings will be held together, and the line-up also includes the second Singapore-International Energy Agency (IEA) Forum which will host in the near future report launches on emerging trends of the energy landscape. In parallel to SIEW, The Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES), a platform focusing on clean energy technology and finance will be supported by research institutes in Singapore. It provides a forum for the public and private sector on critical issues in harnessing clean energy dialogue.
The first event was held in 2008 and organized by Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA), having the theme of the “Powering Cities of the Future”. EMA is a statutory board that was actually formed in 2001, tasked to promote the effective deployment of new technologies and ensure a secure energy supply. Program highlights included the presentations by multi-national energy companies during which the Government announced the establishment of 16.8 million U.S. dollars to the Energy Research and Development Fund. It took place at the Raffles City Convention Centre and was attended by 2500 people, featuring topics that addressed energy efficiency, renewable energies, and green architecture. SIEW’s partner events, Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES), Asian Downstream Summit (ADS) and Gas Asia Summit (GAS) will take part, as well.
In order to foster an enabling environment for infrastructure investment, must ride this wave of opportunity to innovate energy systems. Registration for the 11th Singapore International Energy Week is open, as global energy policymakers will gather in Singapore to discuss and explore collaborations in a week full of conferences and exhibitions. SIEW 2018 will feature the ASEAN Centre for Energy, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, Energy Studies Institute, and International Institute for Strategic Studies and will take place from 29 October 2018 to 2 November 2018.