ASIA CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 2017

Exhibition 24 - 25 October Conference 24 - 26 October Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Marina Bay Sands

Past Events

ACES 2016

ACES 2016

The Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES) 2016 was held from 25 to 27 October 2016. With more than 1,600 participants at ACES from 51 countries. The 2016 event entrenched thought leadership within the clean and renewable energy industry in Singapore to continue to create a more robust ecosystem.

Entitled “Harnessing Clean Energy for the Future”, this Summit brought together high-level global experts in the regional solar and renewables space as part of its Clean Energy Leaders Dialogue.

This year had a total of 65 industry thought leaders from across the globe sharing their perspectives on clean energy in Asia. ACES 2016 witnessed a few first for Singapore. It brought together a Singapore-first by hosting the 26th International Photovoltaic Science and Engineering Conference (PVSEC-26). The hosting of PV Asia conference embraced the theme of Solarising Asean. The 2nd and 3rd were the Offshore Renewables, Wave and Tidal (AWTEC) 2016 and the Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transport Electrification (ACEPT) 2016 under the ACES umbrella. This resulted in ACES covering a wider range of topics for discussion.

At ACES 2016, it also had the inaugural ACES exhibition. The exhibition was a success with a total of 71 exhibitors from all over the globe.


ACES 2015

ACES 2015

Asia Clean Energy Summit returned to Marina Bay Sands on 27th and 28th October 2015, and was launched by Minister S Iswaran. More than 900 CEOs, directors, managers and professionals participated in 11 sessions. We were grateful for Sunseap Group’s support as the lead sponsor, making the event a great success.


ACES 2014

ACES 2014

The inaugural Asia Clean Energy Summit took place on 28th and 29th of October 2014 and saw more than 800 participants and speakers from 19 countries attend. It was launched by Minister S Iswaran, Minister, Prime Minister’s Office, Second Minister for Home Affairs and Second Minister for Trade and Industry.