ASIA CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 2019

Conference and Exhibition
30 October - 1 November 2019
Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Marina Bay Sands

Session Synopsis

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Opening Ceremony

30 October 2019, Wednesday
08:00 - 09:00
  • Registration

09:00 - 09:10
  • Welcome Address by Er Edwin Khew, Chairman, SEAS

09:10 - 09:20
  • Address by Guest of Honour

    • Dr Koh Poh Koon
      Dr Koh Poh Koon Senior Minister of State
      Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore
09:20 – 09:30
  • A Climate- Safe and Sustainable Energy System 

    Scaling up Action and Investment for the Energy Transformation

09:30 - 09:45
  • Is 50/50 enough?

    BloombergNEF's New Energy Outlook estimates that ~50% of electricity could be generated from renewables in 2050. Find out what technological, financial and policy innovations can drive this change, and whether this will be enough to meet the decarbonization targets for a 2 degree or a 1.5 degree scenario.

    • Jon Moore
      Jon Moore Chief Executive Officer
      BloombergNEF
09:45
  • GOH to tour the exhibition

     

    Coffee Break


Clean Energy Leaders' Dialogue

The Clean Energy Leaders Dialogue is a high-level forum bringing together leaders in the regional solar and renewables space. The dialogue witness top utility leaders, PV manufacturers, developers and policy professionals exchanging best practices, while debating trends and solutions in the clean energy industry.

30 October 2019, Wednesday
10:30 -10:45
  • Opening Keynote:

    The machine network defines energy system

10:45 - 11:00
11:00 - 11:15
11.30 - 12.30
  • Energy systems for the Future

    The energy system that evolved during the last century has largely achieved its primary goal of enabling substantial economic growth. However, the energy system of the future must deliver safe secure and reliable energy at an affordable rate and ensure that the environmental impact and carbon production is minimal if not completely eliminated to address the climate change.

     

    This panel will discuss the role of decentralisation, decarbonisation and digitalisation in the energy system of the future. How will the existing energy players like utilities, oil & gas companies adapt and collaborate with renewables and also integrate digital technologies like IOT, blockchain and Artificial intelligence to optimise the systems. Panellists will bring their rich experiences of working on strategic issues to this panel and also share what is and what is not working on the ground.

12:45 - 14:00
  • Lunch


Driving Clean Energy Transition in Asia

This session in its first staging will try to join the dots on the growth thus far in the arena of clean energy for Asia and what are the technology and policy barriers to scale up. The discussions and presentations will shine a light on projects, policies and markets that are growing at an accelerating rate and what lessons can be learnt and adapted in the other markets. 

30 October 2019, Wednesday
14:00 - 14:30
  • Opening Remarks:

    Seizing Opportunities for Clean Energy in Asia

    • Damian Chan
      Damian Chan Assistant Managing Director
      Economic Development Board
14:30 - 14:50
  • Progressing towards a decentralised power generation and distribution with solar systems

    • Frank Phuan
      Frank Phuan Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
      Sunseap Group Pte Ltd
14:50 - 15:10
  • Digitalization and the Energy Transition

    How digital technology is enabling the transition to a low carbon energy system in Asia

15:10 - 15:30
  • Challenges and Opportunities in Renewable Energy - A Vietnam Perspective

    • State of play in Vietnam RE market
    • Pending changes in regulatory framework
    • Green Supply Chain and other Drivers for growth
15:30 - 15:50
  • Role of World Bank Financing in Scaling Energy Projects in Southeast Asia

    • Jie Tang
      Jie Tang Practice Manager for the Energy and Extractive Global Practice
      World Bank
15:50 - 16:50
  • Opportunities and Challenges in Clean Energy Transition

    Southeast Asian countries are beginning to transform the way energy is produced and consumed in order to transition to a low carbon, sustainable economy. But the journey has been a bumpy one and the region has overall been slower to adopt clean and low carbon technologies largely due to an ongoing dependency on coal. 

     

    Despite similar challenges of policies and finance some markets are deploying clean energy in a fast and systematic fashion while some are not. This panel will share experiences and case studies of what is working and how can it be scaled across geographies.

16:50 - 17:10
  • Highlights of technological progress with solar PV cells and modules

    Solar photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules continue to develop rapidly, with increasing efficiencies and reducing cost ($/W). This talk describes recent global technological progress with industrially relevant solar cells and modules, covering both crystalline silicon and thin-film PV technologies. Since the costs of the solar cells and modules as a proportion of the costs of complete PV systems continue to fall, a premium is placed on cell efficiency as this reduces the balance of system (BOS) cost ($/W) of PV systems. Thus, cost-effective high-efficiency solar cells such as heterojunction (HJ) and passivated-contact silicon solar cells (for example SERIS’ 23% efficient monoPolyTM passivated-contact technology) have enormous market potential. The talk will also present the latest developments with building-integrated PV (BIPV) technologies.

17:10 - 17:30
  • Floating Solar: The 3rd Pillar of the PV Industry

    Floating Solar is a young GW and bn$ scale industry, with resource potential deep into the TW range. It is embraced around the world for it's strong fundamentals, yet it is Asia that stepped up first to drive its early industry growth. This talk will examine the global opportunity posed by Floating PV from 4 different perspectives: First; we join the technologist's perspective, to see new possibilities, fresh cost reduction potential and unfamiliar challenges. Next, we take the industrial ecosystem view, where existing and new participants mix and opportunities emerge between. Third; we explore roles in high renewable penetration scenarios, particularly when paired with existing hydroelectric plants. Finally, we share the perspective of a corporate off-taker sourcing renewable energy in Asia and globally.

     

    This talk will provide an overview window into some of the topics that will be discussed in more breadth and depth during the International Floating Solar Symposium (IFSS) which is held as part of the ACES conference week.

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  • Floating Solar Opportunities Around the World

    • Dr. Teresa Barnes
      Dr. Teresa Barnes Principal Investigator and Director
      National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
17:30
  • End of Programme

18:00 onwards
  • SIEW Networking Reception


Unlocking Solar Capital Asia & Financial Summit

Solar energy in Asia has been developing faster than anywhere else in the world, however, the challenge to obtain access to capital remains. In the 2019 edition, by joining forces with the Asia Clean Energy Summit, we aim to bring together all relevant investors, financiers, solar developers, IPPs, EPCs and other solar stakeholders to discuss bankable PV projects in the region.

31 October 2019, Thursday
09:00 - 09:30
  • Welcome Remarks 

    Introducing the conference, its stakeholders and objectives

09:30 - 10:00
  • Opening Keynote

    Sustainable Investing: Eye for Impact  

10:00 - 10:30
  • Market Status Update

    • Solar development and investment trends in the region
    • Cost competitiveness of solar
    • Country perspective
10:30 - 11:15
  • Coffee Break

11:15 - 11:45
  • CEO Fireside Chat

    • New Investments in Renewable Energy
    • Infrastructure Investment Needs in Asia
    • South East Asia – Hotspot for Solar Investments
    • Investors Requirements, Appetite, New Markets & Wish Lists
    • Importance of digital transformation in solar value chain
11:45 - 12:15
  • Expert Perspective

    • Financial tools to boost solar projects
    • Stimulating lending through additional credit capacity
    • Scaling in emerging markets
12:15 - 13:00
  • Panel

    Project Development 2.0

    • Improving bankability of PPAs
    • Dealing with capital abundance in a scenario of limited bankable projects
    • Regional strategies for divesting, selling or refinancing current projects
13:00 - 14:30
  • Lunch

14:30 - 15:00
  • Market Status Update

    Market Analysis of Corporate RE in Asia

15:00 - 15:30
  • Case Studies

    • Experiences with various PPA Deal structures
    • A developers' views on system optimization"
    • Achieving scale for C&I rooftops
    • Jen Tan
      Jen Tan VP Group Business Development
      Sembcorp Industries
    • Ko Chuan Zhen
      Ko Chuan Zhen CEO and Co-founder
      Plus Solar
    • Arnaud Ayral
      Arnaud Ayral Regional Business Development Director
      Cleantech Solar
15:30 - 16:00
  • Expert Discussion

    Structuring and Financing a Corporate PPA 

16:00 - 16:30
  • Coffee Break

16:30 - 17:15
  • Finance Innovation - Flipping the coin?

    • Involving local banks
    • Innovative financing instruments
    • Blended finance
    • Capital market solutions
    • Why conventional finance is not enough
17:15 - 17:30
  • Closing Keynote: The future impact of solar

    • The boom of solar activity in South East Asia over the next 3 years
    • Price advantage over traditional energy sources
    • Overcoming the fossil fuel lobby
18:00 onwards
  • SIEW Networking


Digital Transformation of Energy

Advances in digital technology are creating dramatic changes to our energy system. Digitalisation is an important instrument for the energy transition and an enabler of two key industry trends: decarbonisation and decentralisation, both critical to the much needed energy transition. As the 4th Industrial Revolution blurs the lines between the physical and digital world, it is driving a fundamental shift in the energy industry and disrupting traditional market players. Many other industries have gone through technological and digital disruptions which have led to new business models and companies, and in some cases bringing an end to well-established companies.

Enterprise Digital Platforms facilitate system-level solutions which integrate various parts of the energy value chain to enable new operational and business models. The platforms provide an opportunity for innovation using data to co-develop algorithms (artificial intelligence or machine learning) - thus transforming the energy ecosystem holistically: from generation to transmission to end usage.

31 October 2019, Thursday
09:00 - 09:10
09:10 - 10:40
  • Session 1: Enterprise digital platforms: Enabling system level solutions and business models

09:10 - 09:25
  • Keynote 1.1

    Enterprise digital platforms: Enabling system level solutions and business models

     

    • Mathias Steck
      Mathias Steck EVP & Regional Manager, Digital Hub Asia
      DNV GL – Digital Solutions
09:25 - 09:40
  • Keynote 1.2

     Digitalization and its role in accelerating the zero-carbon transition
    • How are digital solutions driving business transformation?
    • Digital innovations as a key enabler of the energy transition today
    • Visualising the energy grid infrastructure of the future

     

09:40 - 10:40
  • Panel 1

    Digitalisation maturity across the energy value chain

    • Digital maturity of organisations across the energy value chain
    • Digital technologies organisations are investing in now and which they’ve earmarked for future investments
    • Implementing digitalisation: Goals, opportunities and benefits
    • Internal barriers to digitalisation and mitigation efforts
    • Overcoming challenges: Regulations, ownership of distribution networks, mind-set changes
10:40 -11:00
  • Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:45
  • Session 2: Enterprise digital platforms: Enabling system level solutions and business models

11:00 - 11:15
  • Keynote 2.1

    Powering Sustainability with EnergyTech

    • 'Networked energy infrastructure’ era means more complexities and greater dynamics in the energy sector
    • Opportunities and challenges in power reliability / dependability, efficiencies, security of data, customer protection
    • Capitalising on blockchain technology to drive green energy adoption: Lessons learned from the launch of SP’s renewable energy certificates (REC) marketplace 
11:15 - 11:30
  • Keynote 2.2

    Shaping integrated digital platforms in renewable asset operations
    •  Digitalized renewable operations – expectations & realities 
    • Re-shaping system level boundaries: the next level of digitalization 
    • Enabling enterprise digital platform architecture – lessons learned beyond the drawing board 
    • Sebastian Flucht
      Sebastian Flucht Senior Manager Business Strategy
      BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH
11:30 - 11:45
  • Keynote 2.3

    Leveraging on blockchain tech to optimize power distribution and P2P trading

    • Status of blockchain-based business models 
    • Lessons learned from pilot projects: What’s working and what’s missing in the current energy marketplace to further grow P2P energy trading and create sustainable value? 
11:45 - 12:45
  • Panel 2

    Developing a digital energy ecosystem

    • Digital integration platforms and business models such as blockchain, P2P energy trading and virtual power plants are on the rise. Where are we on the roadmaps for these platforms, and what are the further challenges that need to be overcome?
    • In combining data and technology, what is the impact on business models, business strategy, workforce, customer interactions, and business operations?
    • Important legal factors that should be considered: consumer protection, consumer data
12:45 - 14:00
  • Networking Lunch

14:00 - 16:00
  • Session 3: Enterprise digital platforms: Enabling decarbonisation of transportation

14:00 - 14:15
  • Keynote 3.1
    Energy Transition in South East Asia

    • Global Energy Transition

    • Why This Transition Is Happening?

    • How Transition Looks In South East Asia?

    • Wärtsilä’s Role In This Energy Transition

    • Nicolas Leong
      Nicolas Leong Regional Director, South East Asia
      Wärtsilä Energy
14:15 - 14:30
  • Keynote 3.2

    Digitalisation within the BESS 

    • Implementing digitalisation on both the BMS level (optimisation of the asset) and at the EMS/Market tool level (optimisation of the route to market)
    • Lessons learned from project experiences
14:30 - 14:45
  • Keynote 3.3

    Accelerating the world’s transition to sustainable energy 
    • Impact of energy storage in open electricity markets 
    • Virtual Power Plants (VPP)

     

14:45 - 15:00
  • Keynote 3.4

    Streamlining the aviation industry’s decarbonisation efforts under CORSIA through blockchain solutions

     

    • Overview of Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)
    • What are the airline requirements under CORSIA?
    • Current market bottlenecks and potential digital solutions
15:00 - 16:00
  • Panel 3

    Enabling e-mobility: Business models, infrastructure, technologies, stakeholders

    • Policy and financing gaps in e-mobility and microgrid rollout
    • Overhauling urban energy grid and infrastructure to support EV charging: What are the new technologies available to minimise peak load disruption?
    • Building digital platforms to manage energy supply and charging real-time, integrate renewables, add flexibility in power distribution, and connect prosumers and utilities  
    • 5G: The enabling technology to drive e-mobility across the tipping point?
16:00 - 17:30
  • Session 4: Enterprise digital platforms: Open innovation and cybersecurity

16:00 - 16:15
  • Keynote 4.1

    Standards and protocols to unlock and grow the distributed energy resources (DER) market

    • With more data being generated from networked devices from various power producers, there are new use cases: telemetry (remote measurement, monitoring and control), interoperability (communication between devices), security, scalability
    • How should the communication between smart devices be regulated to ensure steady and reliable power supply?
16:15 - 16:30
  • Keynote 4.2

    Digital asset management in the energy sector

    • Data rich, intelligence poor: Leveraging on insights via cloud computing, big data analysis, machine learning, artificial intelligence, to improve strategic decision-making and innovations
    • 5G enables smart cities – and will further disrupt the energy industry
16:30 - 17:30
  • Panel 4

    IT security and resiliency in the critical power sector

    • State of cyber-resiliency of the energy sector: Risk detection, monitoring and incident response
    • Legal frameworks and implications
    • Cybersecurity best practices: Recovering from cyberattacks and ensuring business continuity for critical infrastructure
17:30
  • Closing remarks and end of programme


Wind Energy Conference

Some of the fastest growing economies in the world are in Asia. Renewable energy such as wind energy is now increasingly being adopted by emerging economies as they are now not only a cheaper source of energy but also more sustainable. A renewable energy-based economy offers unique opportunities for economic growth and prosperity. The Wind Energy Conference is aimed at bringing together industry leaders to present and discuss the trends, challenges and opportunities for this industry. The conference includes sessions on general outlook & trends, policy & regulatory, technology development trends, finance & risk mitigation.

The Wind Energy Conference is co-organised with Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC). GWEC is a member-based organisation that represents the entire wind energy sector.

31 October 2019, Thursday
09:00 - 09:15
  • Wind Energy Conference Opening Remarks

     

    Welcome address by Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore


    Welcome address by Global Wind Energy Council

     

    Welcome address by International Renewable Energy Agency

    • Christophe Inglin
      Christophe Inglin Vice Chairman Of SEAS &
      Managing Director - Energetix Pte Ltd
    • Liming Qiao
      Liming Qiao Asia Director
      Global Wind Energy Council
    • Roland Roesch
      Roland Roesch Deputy Director Innovation and Technology Center
      International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
09:15 - 09:30
  • Signing Ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between GWEC and Partners

    The ceremony marks the collaborations of GWEC with leading wind energy and sustainable energy associations in the SEA region. The association partnership provides a basis for future regional collaborations, aiming at increasing the wind energy and renewable energy penetration in the SEA region.

     

    Representatives of:

    • Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
    • Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
    • Binh Thuan Wind Energy Association (BWEA)
    • Thai Wind Energy Association (ThaiWEA)
    • Liming Qiao
      Liming Qiao Asia Director
      Global Wind Energy Council
    • Christophe Inglin
      Christophe Inglin Vice Chairman Of SEAS &
      Managing Director - Energetix Pte Ltd
    • Bui Van Thinh
      Bui Van Thinh Chairman
      Binh Thuan Wind Energy Association, Vietnam
    • Isares Phamornniyom
      Isares Phamornniyom Chairman
      Thailand Wind Energy Association
    • Roland Roesch
      Roland Roesch Deputy Director Innovation and Technology Center
      International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
09:30 - 09:45
  • Global Wind Energy Development Status and Why South East Asia is the Missing Piece for Asia’s Energy Transition
    This Keynote presentation sets the scene for the policy panel discussions by focusing on wind energy’s global successes and future prospects, as well as the challenges in South East Asia and the fundamental reasons why SEA is one of the last regions to embrace the global energy transition that is already taking place in the majority of Asia-and worldwide.

09:45 - 10:30
  • Panel Discussion

    Policy Panel: How to Overcome Policy Constraints for the Wind Development in South East Asia

    This panel invites industry leaders, government representatives and regional wind energy association leaders to discuss the policy constraints for the wind development in the region.

10:30 - 11:00
  • Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:05
  • Introduction to Women in Wind Global Leadership Program

    The clean energy transition can contribute up to 2.2 million additional jobs in South East Asia by 2030, and a further USD 27 billion is needed in annual investment to reach the region's renewable energy targets. Yet women represent only 32 per cent of the renewable energy workforce, and systemic inequalities persist in energy access, capital, technology and pay. The wind sector has a strong role and responsibility to support a gender-inclusive energy transition. This short talk will introduce the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program and a partnership with IRENA for a Global Gender Survey of the Wind Energy Industry.

    • Joyce Lee
      Joyce Lee Policy and Operations Director
      Global Wind Energy Council
11:05 - 11:25
  • Building a Strong Wind Industry in Asia: What Can the Wind Industry Bring to the Region and What are the Barriers Blocking this Potential

    This Keynote presentation sets the scene for the CEO panel discussion on some of the industry’s perspectives on the state-of-play in South East Asia. It also focuses on showing the audience, both government and private sector, on the potential benefits wind sector can bring to the region while analyzing the reasons why the massive scale of investment in the wind industry is not yet happening in the SEA region.

11:25 - 12:30
  • CEO panel: How to Scale Up the Huge Potential of Wind Development in the South East Asia Region

    This panel intends to invite the CEOs of the major industry players in the region, including developers, OEMs and large regional service providers. The audience will have the opportunity to listen to the CEOs perspectives on how they see the energy transitions in the world and the SEA region, as well as wind development’s potential and benefits that could be brought in the region.

12:30 - 14:00
  • Lunch and networking

14:00 - 14:20
  • How to Channel the Funding Needed to Scale-up Renewable Development in the Region

    This Keynote presentation sets the scene for the finance panel discussion on the challenges of finance in the region. It will analyze the barriers for large-scale investments to be channeled into the region as a whole and also for each country respectively.

    • Ashish Sethia
      Ashish Sethia Global Head of Commodities and APAC Head of Analysis & Consulting
      Bloomberg NEF
14:20 - 15:45
  • Panel Discussion

    Finance Panel: How to Scale-Up the Financing of Wind Power Projects in South East Asia

    This panel intends to invite the major investors in the region to engage in dialogue with major industry players in the region, including developers and OEMs. The focus would be on to bridging the gaps between investors and industry players on the requirements for necessary renewable investment in the region.

15:45 - 16:15
  • Coffee Break

16:15 - 17:15
  • Beyond the Boundaries: Where Can the Wind Industry Go if We Are Integrated with the Latest Technologies in Digitalization and Other Renewable Technologies?

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  • Presentation 1: The Technology Developments and Trends in Wind Sector

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  • Presentation 2: Performance Optimisation With the Application of Digital Technologies in the Wind Sector

    • Balki Iyer
      Balki Iyer Co-founder & Chief Growth Officer
      Utopus Insights
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  • Presentation 3: Knowing Everything About the Wind – How Bigger Data Could Change Our Industry

    A look at the near future of offshore wind, considering how we could improve pre-construction certainty and operational performance for the most cost-effective wind farms.  Using small and big steps this conceptual presentation will look at how we could deliver a better industry. Come and join the revolution or be part of the debate!

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  • Presentation 4: Application of Floating Offshore Wind Technologies

    The presentation will cover Carbon Trust’s analysis of the current and outlook of the floating wind market, as well as the story of floating wind so far and how this technology is key to the SE Asia opportunity. It will introduce the Floating wind Joint Industry Programme and explain how innovation and research are addressing the key challenges and making floating wind a reality.

17:15 - 18:00
  • Technology Panel: Pushing the Boundaries with the Latest Wind Technologies: Bigger Turbines, Longer Blades, Higher Tower, Lower Wind Speeds, Deeper and Further into the Sea

    Wind Energy has innovated and progressed drastically in the past 10 years. The industry is pushing the boundaries with improved efficiency and technologies, which are capturing wind resources that were previously thought to be non-exploitable. What are the latest technological trends and how are they being adopted by the industry? 

     


International Floating Solar Symposium

BUILDING TRUST IN FLOATING SOLAR

Floating PV (FPV) is on the way to become the 3rd pillar of the PV industry, together with ground-mounted and rooftop solar. After starting in Asian countries, there is now serious commercial activity on most continents, and increasing volumes of capital are being deployed. Therefore, a growing focus of IFSS is knowledge sharing on reliability, quality and environmental considerations to support the further maturation of the sector’s bankability.

 Click here to view the detailed program

31 OCTOBER 2019, THURSDAY
09:00 - 10:30
  • IFSS Opening & Keynote Sessions

    Keynote sessions will provide an overview of how has the FPV sector progressed in the past year, what are the main challenges encountered to date and how the sector is expected to evolve in the foreseeable future. A multilateral development bank’s perspective, with a focus on developing countries, will be brought forward.

11:00 - 13:00
  • Session 1: Case studies of 1+yr field performance, O&M, energy yield

    Some FPV systems have already been installed for several years. This session will focus on field performance data from installed projects in different climate zones. Key consideration will be the interpretation of those data and the reconciliation with energy yield modelling. Together with best practices in O&M, the session aims to help future investors and developers to understand the benefits and risks related to floating PV projects.

14:00 - 15:30
  • Session 2: Reliability: degradation mechanisms and accelerated testing for FPV

    Given the current lack of standards for FPV systems, trust needs to be built amongst investors, developers, equipment manufacturers and testing institutes. With the “oldest” large-scale FPV systems only about four years in operation, the current field experience falls substantially short of the expected operating lifetime of 20+ years. Therefore a thorough understanding of potential failure mechanisms and associated accelerated testing sequences need to be put in place and verified with real-world test results.

16:00 - 17:45
  • Session 3: Site selection, environmental considerations, combined solar and hydro geospatial studies

    Some FPV systems can be built relatively quickly and easily whilst others might require much more complex engineering and design studies. Proper site selection is key to avoid (costly or time-consuming) surprises in subsequent project phases. This session will share best practices in FPV project development, including the use of country-specific GIS studies (methods and datasets). A particular focus is put on potential environmental impacts of FPV systems on water quality, biodiversity and evaporation reduction. One of the most promising applications for FPV is the combination with hydropower plants, which will also be discussed in this session.

1 NOVEMBER 2019, FRIDAY
09:00 - 10:30
  • Sessions 4: Markets, project development and financing

    This session will discuss investors’ and lenders’ perspectives and concerns regarding FPV project developments. Thus far, financing of FPV systems has been largely achieved through equity or corporate balance sheet financing, and not through non-recourse project finance. Case studies on the development of bankable FPV systems will be presented, together with some latest market trends, focusing on countries with large FPV opportunities.

11:00 -13:00
  • Session 5: New component and system technology advancing floating solar: membrane, floats, electrical, anchoring, etc.

    This session will focus on new technological solutions for FPV applications, looking at all types of “balance of systems” (BOS) components, including the floats (e.g. novel floating structures such as membranes), cabling, connectors as well as anchoring and mooring solutions. Emphasis will be laid on the durability, reliability and techno-economic benefits over existing components and solutions.

14:00 - 15:30
  • Session 6: Offshore FPV and emerging applications - Design for harsh conditions

    Most existing FPV systems have been installed on inland water bodies. However, pilot projects and research consortia in Asia and Europe are now looking to study the feasibility of implementing FPV systems near-shore and off-shore where operating conditions are much more challenging – for multiple reasons such as corrosive salt water environment, waves, tides, or biofouling. Distance to shore also matters for the cost of cable connection to the main power grid. Case studies will be presented about pilot projects as well as testing facilities for research and product development.

16:00 - 17:45
  • SMALL GROUP WORKSHOPS

     


Deep Dive Workshop on Energy Access Using Innovative Mini-Grid Solutions

Jointly organized by: Asian Development Bank (ADB), Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) 

The objectives of this workshop are:

  1. To discuss the factors and innovative business models and finance approaches, using technologies available, that could unlock additional investments in mini- grids, especially by the private sector, and create a modern and sustainable 21st century mini-grid industry as a viable solution to providing energy access in Asia and the Pacific Region
  2. To assess the roles of both public and private sector and determine how they can work together to achieve the common goal of attaining universal energy access by year 2030.

The Asia and the Pacific region is home to 60 per cent of the world's population – some 4.3 billion people. Approximately 9.8%, or about 421 million people remain without access to electricity, and millions more only have access to sub-par connections, relying on costly, inefficient and polluting diesel generators to provide power. In the Philippines alone, the amount of diesel generators is estimated to be over 400 MW in over 320 off-grid areas. Out of the people currently without electricity access, more than 95% live in four countries: Indonesia (23 million), Myanmar (22 million), Philippines (11 million), and Cambodia (6 million). 1 Almost 93% of this energy poor population resides in rural areas.2

Clean energy mini-grids have been identified as the least-cost option for 44% of the people3 without electricity in Asia-Pacific and is hence one of the most-important sub-sectors to focus on to achieve a cleaner energy mix for the region. A clean energy mini-grid can supply an entire rural community with enough energy for basic needs, while generating enough power for productive uses. In rural areas, clean energy mini-grids can power the local economy, enabling post-harvest processing - such as grain mills, refrigeration, and water pumping amongst other beneficial tasks.4

Yet, in Southeast Asia, for example, the market in mini-grids for energy access is still relatively immature and financial commitments for decentralised energy solutions are very modest, amounting to USD 200 million per year or only one percent of total trackable finance for electricity committed in 2013-14 across the high-impact countries.5

This workshop therefore becomes imperative, especially in the light of ADB’s Strategy 2030, which directs the bank to sustain its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty and expand its vision to achieve a prosperous, inclusive, resilient and sustainable Asia and the Pacific. This is aligned with UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7), which aims to achieve universal access to energy by 2030 with the underlying goal of eradicating poverty.

Role of Government and private sector:

The government has the mandate to provide its citizens their basic needs including access to energy. But government alone cannot deliver on this mandate. The private sector plays a key role in developing technologies and scaling investments to meet the needs of the base of the pyramid populations. For private sector to increase investments, there is a need to create a market environment that allows the adoption of new innovative technologies and business models conducive for investments. Governments, therefore, need to develop the necessary policies to guide and set a direction for private sector investments

1 November 2019, Friday
09:00 - 09:10
  • Welcome Remarks

    Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore

    • Kavita Gandhi
      Kavita Gandhi Executive Director
      Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
09:10 - 09:40
  • Opening Presentations: 

     

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  • ADB- Role of Micro-Grids in Energy Transition

    • Dae Kyeong Kim
      Dae Kyeong Kim Senior Energy Specialist (Smart Grids)
      Asian Development Bank (ADB)
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  • SEforAll- Integrated Electrification Pathways 

    • Mikael Melin
      Mikael Melin Senior Energy Access Specialist
      Sustainable Energy for All
09:40 - 11:00
  • Session 1: Challenges and Risks in Deploying Renewable Energy Mini-Grid Technologies

     

    This session will present challenges and risks by different sector representatives in the Asia-Pacific region– technical, policy and market challenges – that they have encountered in the deployment of mini-grid technologies as a solution in providing access to energy to all. How they were able to overcome such barriers will also be presented and discussed.

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  • Social Enterprise for Energy, Ecological, and Economic Development (SEEED) using Mini-Grids: Issues, Challenges and Vision for Achieving Sustainability

    • Dipti Vaghela
      Dipti Vaghela Co-founder and Manager
      Hydro Empowerment Network (HPNET)
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  • Barriers and drivers to deployment of minigrids: Lessons from India

    • Debajit Palit
      Debajit Palit Director and Senior Fellow
      The Energy and Reources Institute (TERI)
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  • Myanmar: learnings from a promising energy market and strategic imperatives for the future

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  •  Moderated Panel Discussion

    • Rebecca Symington
      Rebecca Symington Executive Director
      Mlinda Foundation and Board Member, The Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE)
11:00 - 11:15
  • Coffee Break

11:15 - 12:30
  • Session 2: Government Role: Policies and Regulations to accelerate deployment of Renewable Energy Mini-grids

     

    In this session, select presentations will be made by governments that have already developed policies, regulations and plans for increasing deployment of mini-grids and relate their experiences – what are the successes and remaining gaps?

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  • Policies and Regulations for Renewable Energy Mini-grids

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  • Government policies and regulations and plans for promoting renewable energy mini-grids

    • Marc Louie L. Olap
      Marc Louie L. Olap OIC-Division Chief, Rural Electrification Administration and Management Division
      Electric Power Industry Management Bureau, Department of Energy, Philippines
    • Chaitanya Chaudhary
      Chaitanya Chaudhary Engineer/Mini-Grid
      Alternative Energy Promotion Center, Nepal
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  •  Moderated Panel Discussion

    • Peter Godfey
      Peter Godfey Managing Director - Asia Pacific
      The Energy Institute
12:30 - 13:30
  • Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:00
  • Session 3: Private Sector Role: Innovations & Success Stories in the Development of Sustainable Mini-Grid Projects

     

    Following the experiences and lessons learned from the previous session, this session will highlight the different approaches used (i.e.innovative technologies to reduce risks, business models, etc.) in the development of mini-grid projects. The different approaches presented will form as a guide that can be applied and replicated depending on the situation and circumstance of a particular country.

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  • KEPCO Open Microgrid

    • Hyung-Su Kim
      Hyung-Su Kim KEPCO Senior Manager
      Korea Smart Grid Association
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  • Larger Mini-grids and their future prospects

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  • Powering the Archipelago, Accelerating Rural Electrification in Indonesia with community based Forest Biomass

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  • Clean Energy Mini grids as a trigger to rural economic development

     

    • Urvi Naik
      Urvi Naik Monitoring, Learning & Evaluation Associate
      Mlinda Foundation
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  •  Moderated Panel Discussion

    • Brian Dean
      Brian Dean Head, Energy Efficiency and Cooling
      Sustainable Energy for All
15:15 - 15:30
  • Coffee Break & Networking

15:30 - 16:30
  • Session 4: Innovations in Finance: Creating a 21st Century Mini-Grid Sector

     

    The session will present the different financing mechanisms and approaches available and that has been implemented in mini-grid project development by different sectors. (PPP, private sector financing, public sector financing, etc.)

     

     

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  • Energizing Finance

    • Mikael Melin
      Mikael Melin Senior Energy Access Specialist
      Sustainable Energy for All
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  • Financing Mini-Grids in Africa – key takeaways from Result Based Financing

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  • Enabling Local Banks in Financing Mini-grids

    • Kapila Subasinghe
      Kapila Subasinghe Vice President (Specialised Project Lending) / Head of Consulting
      DFCC Bank
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  •  Moderated Panel Discussion
    Joining the panel discussion – Ruth Ramirez, OIC, Regulatory Affairs Office, National Electrification Administration, Philippines

    • Dae Kyeong Kim
      Dae Kyeong Kim Senior Energy Specialist (Smart Grids)
      Asian Development Bank (ADB)
16:30 - 16:45
  • Closing Remarks


Deep Dive Workshop on Access to Cooling

Jointly organized by: Asian Development Bank (ADB), Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)

The objectives of this workshop are:

  1. To provide a venue for discussing the various issues involved in accelerating access to cooling in the Asia and the Pacific Regions
  2. To create awareness and appreciation by stakeholders in both government and private sector about the need and value of undertaking country-specific needs assessment and developing a national cooling plan

Cooling is an invisible industry essential to our modern society – from the cold chains that safely deliver our food and vaccines, to the air conditioners that make our workplaces and homes comfortable, to cooling servers for our insatiable demand for social media or data.

The “Chilling Prospects” report prepared by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) identified that 1.1 billion people, of which 750 million living in Asia, are facing risks due to lack of access to cooling for basic needs – lack of access to nutritious food, vaccines essential for health, as well as the ability to find respite from temperatures beyond limits for human survival.

‘Chilling Prospects’ has identified nine priority countries taking into account the number of the population at risk. Of these nine countries at greatest risk from lack of access to cooling five are in Asia: Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, and Pakistan. India rises to the top five in all three risk categories identified, followed by Bangladesh. and Pakistan that rise to the top five in two. In 2019, China and India passed National Cooling Plans with a focus on efficient energy consumptions for cooling, while in the same year Bangladesh started developing a National Cooling Plan.

Ensuring cooling that is affordable, sustainable, and accessible to all who need it is essential to alleviating poverty and achieving global sustainable development goals (SDGs), specifically SDG 7 on ensuring access to affordable, reliable and sustainable and modern energy for all by 2030. And at the same time providing assistance to countries through the proper implementation of their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in fulfillment of their commitments to the Paris Agreement.

Cooling Needs Assessment and National Cooling Plans

Country-level measurement and planning are necessary to understand the dimensions of access to cooling risk and develop solutions that are targeted at vulnerable groups and meet their cooling needs. It is also necessary to deliver on the SDGs, the Paris Climate Agreement, and the Kigali Amendment. For a country or community to ensure that the cooling needs of their population are met, they must first understand what those needs are. Through country- specific assessments across human comfort and safety needs, health service needs, and food security and agricultural needs, demand can be measured fully and a roadmap to delivering access to sustainable cooling for all can be developed through a national cooling plan. Such an assessment is crucial to planning and determining the investment required to meet demand, aggregate services, and harness new and renewable technologies that can be harnessed to supply energy for cooling especially in areas that are not accessible to the national grids.

Role of Government and Private Sector

The government has the mandate to provide its citizens their basic needs including access to energy and access to cooling. But government alone cannot deliver on this mandate. The private sector plays a key role in developing technologies and scaling investments to meet the needs of base of the pyramid populations. For private sector to increase investments, there is a need to create a market environment that allows the adoption of new innovative technologies and business models conducive for investments. Governments, therefore, need to develop the necessary policies to guide and set a direction for private sector investments.

The “Chilling Prospects” report prepared by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) identified that 1.1 billion people – of which 750 million living in Asia – are facing risks due to lack of access to cooling for basic needs – lack of access to nutritious food, vaccines essential for health, as well as the ability to find respite from temperatures beyond limits for human survival.

Jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), this deep dive workshop will discuss the various issues involved in accelerating access to cooling in the Asia and the Pacific Regions. Discussions will also cover the need and value of undertaking country-specific needs assessment and developing a national cooling plan.

1 November 2019, Friday
09:00 - 09:10
  • Welcome Remarks

     

    • Vincent Low Loke Kiong
      Vincent Low Loke Kiong Council Member & Chairman - Energy Efficiency,
      Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore &
      Vice President of G-Energy Global
09:10 - 09:25
  • Opening Remarks

    • Dr. Kee-Yung Nam
      Dr. Kee-Yung Nam Principal Energy Economist
      Asian Development Bank
    • Brian Dean
      Brian Dean Head, Energy Efficiency and Cooling
      Sustainable Energy for All
09:25 - 10:30
  • Session 1: Access to Cooling in the Asia and the Pacific

    The session will discuss the status of access to cooling in the Asia-Pacific region including current technical, policy and market challenges and risks.  It will highlight the role of governments –specifically what governments can or needs to do to promote and achieve access to cooling, i.e. policy and regulatory framework that is conducive to private sector investment in cooling technologies.

    The session will also emphasize the necessity of conducting a country-specific needs assessment study and discuss the important steps and considerations in the conduct of needs assessment studies covering the different market segments (i.e. residential, commercial and industry), as each has its own and differing demand characteristics.

     

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  • Understanding and Measuring Cooling for All - a needs-driven approach to our cooling demand

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  •  Moderated Panel Discussion

    Joining the panel discussion: Ksenia Petrichenko, UN ESCAP

    • Brian Dean
      Brian Dean Head, Energy Efficiency and Cooling
      Sustainable Energy for All
10:30 - 10:45
  • Networking Break

10:45 - 12:30
  • Session 2: Innovative Cooling Technologies

    The session will showcase innovative cooling technologies with a particular focus on the link between distributed, decentralized renewables and cooling technologies, especially for areas not connected to the national grids. Presentations shall include examples of cooling technologies already successfully implemented and pilots of emerging technologies.

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  • Moderated Panel Discussion

12:30 - 13:30
  • Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:00
  • Session 3: Role of financing to scale up Sustainable Cooling solutions

    The session will discuss financing options available from public and private sectors as well as other financing institutions/investors and the roles they have played (different mechanisms and approaches including challenges and lessons learned) in financing sustainable cooling solutions. The session can also highlight the risk/reward parameters that each can take and what incentives are needed to encourage investments/financing.

     

    Financing mechanisms available for promoting large scale distribution of cooling systems

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  • Moderated Panel Discussion

    • Dr. Peter Warren
      Dr. Peter Warren Head of Climate Finance for Innovation and Technology
      UK Government (Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
15:00 - 15:15
  • Networking Break

15:15 - 16:15
  • Session 4: National Cooling Plans

    The session will present how national cooling plans are accelerating access to cooling. During this session, completed country-specific national cooling plan will be presented, highlighting status and outcomes of their presented.

     

    Presentation of National Cooling Plans by Asian Countries

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16:15 - 16:30
  • Closing remarks


Asia Energy Storage Workshop

The World Bank plans to hold a 1.5 days Asia Energy Storage meeting from October 31st to November 1st at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Center in Singapore, coinciding with the Singapore International Energy Week and the Asia Clean Energy Summit, collaborating with the Singapore Energy Market Authority and the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore. The objective of the event is to transfer knowledge, build capacity, and identify areas of World Bank support to help Asian countries scale up energy storage.

We expect about 150 participants of policy makers, regulators, utilities, and developers from 20 East Asia and the Pacific and South Asia countries (including China, Mongolia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, PNG, Solomon, Marshall, Vanuatu, and Tuvalu) and leading industry players in battery storage.

Participants will have an opportunity to learn successful experience of such countries as US, China, and Korea, as well as leading international industry players on energy storage deployment. New battery storage technologies and energy storage applications at both utility- scale and mini-grids will be introduced, policies and regulatory approaches will be shared, and financing models will be explored. Finally, the World Bank Energy Storage Partnership will be presented, and we will also discuss with our clients on next steps for potential World Bank support to scale up energy storage in these Asian countries.

View programme here


Asia Forum for Climate and Clean Energy Financing (AFCCEF)

The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) is joining with the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) to hold the Asia Forum for Climate and Clean Energy Financing (AFCCEF) as part of Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW). 

The AFCCEF event will be held in conjunction with the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore’s Asia Clean Energy Summit on Friday 1 November 2019.  AFCCEF is a regional investor forum organized annually by the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN), a global network of finance and energy experts focused on scaling up investment into clean energy.  Each year, the AFCCEF event showcases promising entrepreneurs working on innovative clean energy and climate change mitigation/adaptation projects in Asia. As a part of its mission to bridge the gap between entrepreneurs and investors, PFAN provides free business coaching and investment facilitation to entrepreneurs and then presents the investment-ready projects to investors. AFCCEFF will showcase 10 projects covering a range of innovative clean energy technologies and business models. The PFAN network is hosted by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), with its Secretariat in Vienna, Austria.  To learn more about PFAN and its services, please visit: https://pfan.net/

PFAN at the Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES): PFAN is joining specially with SEAS in 2019 to hold the AFCCEF event. AFCCEF is one of three investor-focused events that will take place during ACES 2019: Financial Summit and the PowerACE Competition on Thursday 31 October, and the Asia Forum on Climate and Clean Energy Financing (AFCCEF) on Friday 1 November.

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ACES Exhibition

ACES exhibition provides a market place for local and regional clean energy companies to connect with buyers and investors. The exhibition complements the conference by providing an avenue for participants to learn about the latest developments in technologies, maintain on-going relationships with existing customers and conclude interactions that maximise sales.


Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification (ACEPT)

The 4th Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification (ACEPT) as a part of Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES) held in conjunction with Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW 2019) will bring together world leading experts from industry and academia to present emerging topics on energy, power, transportation electrification, Smartgrid, advanced power electronics using wide bandgap devices (e.g. solid state transformers) and microgrids.

31 OCTOBER 2019, THURSDAY
09:00
  • Opening Remarks

09:00 - 13:00
  • Theme 1: Smart Grid & Advanced Power Electronics

    The exploitation of renewable energy resources, the advancement of grid systems and the deployment of energy efficient technologies are urgently needed to mitigate impacts of climate change. This session articulates research, development, deployment and demonstration (RD3) of advanced power electronics hardware, firmware and software solutions to achieve the reliable smart grid system integration of renewables. These include converters and inverters using the latest power devices, high frequency applications, enhanced power density and topologies coupled with Information & Communication Technologies (ICT).

     

    Energy Management System (EMS) which is dedicated to the operation and control optimisation of grids where the effective integration of renewable sources such as photovoltaic (PV) and wind with energy storage system is one of the focus areas. The integration of energy storage solutions is key to mitigating intermittency associated to grid instability. Distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) provides an enhance grid reliability at distribution level. Cyber physical system and blockchain technologies forms an integral part to enhance the security of smart grid.

09:00 - 09:25
  • Keynote Presentation 1: Smart Grid Index – A Framework for Developing Smarter Grids

09:25 - 09:50
09:50 - 10:15
10:15 - 10:40
10:40 - 11:15
  • Coffee Break

11:15 - 11:30
11:30 - 11:45
11:45 -12:00
12:00 -12:15
12:15 - 12:30
12:30 - 12:45
12:45 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:00
  • Lunch

14:00 - 15:25
  • Theme 2: Solid State Transformers (SST)

    Solid state transformers have the potential to radically redesign the way utility power is distributed and utilized. In future, being a main component of energy grid, they will be enabler that directs power from any distributed generation source to any destination load point via the most efficient means. Advanced modelling methods and control implementation are critical in order to not only efficiently control the SST but also to enable higher functionalities such as reactive compensation, energy routing, interconnection with renewables and energy storage and management and control of overall system power. In cognizant with this, is the requirement and challenge to maintain reliability, adhering to existing to international standards and also, foresee potential standard requirements in such a consolidated but distributed energy generation and consumption environment. Silicon carbide has made leaps and strides in its capability to be adopted as an industrial high voltage and high power device offering to the user extensive benefits both in terms of reduced losses and in terms of operation under high temperature. In similar vein, another WBG device GaN is closely following behind in its capacity to enable operation in the Megahertz range of switching frequency. Coupled with the smartness of energy systems, it is more relevant now than ever, that the internet of energy and control is free from cyberattacks and secure in its delivery of power to the customer.

14:00 - 14:25
  • Keynote Presentation 5: Utility-Scale Intelligent Solid State Transformer for Future Grid Applications

    • Professor Jason Lai
      Professor Jason Lai James S. Tucker Professor
      Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      Virginia Tech
14:25 - 14:45
14:45 - 15:05
15:05 - 15:25
15:25 - 15:45
  • Coffee Break

15:45 - 17:50
  • Theme 3: Microgrids

    The pace of enabling electricity access in the Southeast Asia has risen remarkably in the past few years. According to IEA-World Energy Outlook 2018, the rate of access in Southeast Asia has exceeded 90%. This was possible with the advancement in micro-grid technologies and the pro-electrification policy pushed by the governments. The strong development trend has thus presented opportunities for researchers and industries to connect these independent off-grid micro-grids into higher reliable electrification systems in this region.

     

    The Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator - Singapore (“REIDS”) was initiated in 2014 to foster technology development and demonstration with industrial players in the renewable energy and micro-grid space. REIDS began with a modest aim to test and demonstrate integration of broad range of renewable energy generators, energy storage system and rational energy end-use technologies at a respectable scale, a largest in the tropics for hybrid micro-grid system. REIDS has since evolved into developing codes and technologies for multiple micro-grid systems to interoperate among themselves while at the same time sustaining a highly reliable, secured and resilient system against common threats faced by micro-grid operators and end-users.

     

    This session will present the works performed by the researchers and industry partners working in the micro-grid and renewables in the tropics.

15:45 - 16:10
16:10 - 16:30
16:30 - 16:50
16:50 - 17:10
17:10 - 17:30
17:30 - 17:50
17:50
  • End of Conference

18:00 onwards
  • SIEW Networking


SERIS Laboratory Tour Program 1 @ NUS - PV Cells & System

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The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS, NUS) is pleased to offer complimentary guided tours to SERIS laboratories and facilities (located at both NUS and Cleantech One) on 1 Nov 2019 (Friday), for delegates who registered for the Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES).

Pre-registration for the SERIS lab tours is required at the ACES website for logistic arrangement. As seats are limited, registration confirmation for SERIS’ lab tour will be on first-come, first served basis. Registered ACES 2019 delegates can sign up for one OR both SERIS lab tours.

SERIS Laboratory Tour Program 1
(maximum: 40 pax)

(SERIS @ NUS – PV Cells & Systems)
Location/address:
Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore
National University of Singapore (NUS)
7 Engineering Drive 1, Block E3A, 06-01
Singapore 117574

AM Program schedule (SERIS@E3A) – max 40 pax

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SERIS @ E3A building at NUS                                            T2 lab (BIPV) at Kent Vale

* The bus will leave the pick-up point at 9.15 am sharp from MBS, so delegates are advised to arrive at the assemble point before 9.15 am. 
†  No phototaking at SERIS labs during the guided lab tour session
# The Organizer, SERIS, reserves the right to amend or cancel the program

For enquiry about the SERIS guided tour program, please send an email to the coordinator from SERIS -  Mui-Koon TAN @ sertanmk@nus.edu.sg . Thank you.

1 November 2019, Friday
09:00
  • Registered ACES delegates to gather at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Center (MBS) level 1

09:15
  • Shuttle bus* leaves MBS for SERIS, NUS

~09:45 – 11:30
  • Guided Lab Tour

    E3A, 02, 04, 06 and T2 lab (Building integrated photovoltaics)

~11:35
  • Shuttle bus leaves SERIS, NUS for MBS

~12:00
  • Arrival at MBS


SERIS Laboratory Tour Program 2 @ Cleantech One - PV Modules Lab

 *Fully Booked

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The 
Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS, NUS) is pleased to offer complimentary guided tours to SERIS laboratories and facilities (located at both NUS and Cleantech One) on 1 Nov 2019 (Friday), for delegates who registered for the Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES).

Pre-registration for the SERIS lab tours is required at the ACES website for logistic arrangement. As seats are limited, registration confirmation for SERIS’ lab tour will be on first-come, first served basis. Registered ACES 2019 delegates can sign up for one OR both SERIS lab tours.

SERIS Laboratory Tour Program 2
(maximum: 20 pax)

(SERIS @ Cleantech One - PV Modules Lab)
Location/address:
Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore
No. 1 CleanTech Loop, CleanTech One, 06-01
Singapore 637141

PM Program Schedule (SERIS@CTO) - max 20 pax

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SERIS at CleanTech Park (CleanTech One building)

* The bus will leave the pick-up point at 9.15 am sharp from MBS, so delegates are advised to arrive at the assemble point before 9.15 am. 
†  No phototaking at SERIS labs during the guided lab tour session
# The Organizer, SERIS, reserves the right to amend or cancel the program

For enquiry about the SERIS guided tour program, please send an email to the coordinator from SERIS -  Mui-Koon TAN @ sertanmk@nus.edu.sg . Thank you.

1 November 2019, Friday
13:45
  • Registered ACES delegates to gather at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Center (MBS) level 1

14:00
  • Shuttle bus* leaves MBS for SERIS at CTO

14:45 - 15:45
  • Guided Lab Tour(PV module development and module testing labs)

15:45 - 15:55
  • Photo-taking session & end of lab tour program

16:00
  • Shuttle bus leaves CTO

16:45
  • Arrival at MBS


Technical Tour to Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator - Singapore (REIDS) at Semakau Island

*Fully Booked

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The Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator – Singapore (REIDS), is a RD&D platform dedicated to designing, demonstrating and testing solutions for sustainable and affordable energy access-for-all in Southeast Asia.

Paving the way towards sustainable energy for on and off-grid communities, REIDS fosters systemic research, development and demonstrations in support of Singapore-based corporate and public stakeholders, thereby strengthening their position in the rapidly growing renewable energy and microgrid industry.

The activities are conducted on a 6.4 ha plot located on the North West corner of Semakau Landfill, which is 8km south of mainland Singapore. Comprising more than 2.5MW installed power generation, NTU has partnered more than 30 companies over last 4 years in the microgrid demonstrations. 

REIDS through the Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) is pleased to offer a complimentary guided tour on 1 November 2019, for delegates who registered for the Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES). Pre-registration for the tour is required at the ACES website for logistic arrangement.

*Please gather at MBS The Shoppes Level 1 Concierge Counter. The Counter is located at the Bay Level, L1 near Sands Expo and Convention Centre at 8:30am.

Delegates are required to register their names with NTU staff before boarding the bus. The bus will leave MBS pickup point at 8:40am sharp for Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal (PPFT).

Delegates are also required to submit Indemnity/Undertaking Forms prior to boarding the bus.

There will be some walking (under rain or shine) on the Landfill. Please be dressed in comfortable attire with protective footwear preferably, boots. Please also bring water bottle,
umbrella/cap.

1 NOVEMBER 2019, FRIDAY
8:30 AM
  • Registered ACES delegates to gather at Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Center (MBS)*, Level 1

8:40 AM
  • Bus leaves MBS for Pasir Panjang Ferry Terminal (PPFT)

9:30 AM
  • Ferry leaves PPFT

10:15 AM
  • Guided Tour @ REIDS

12:00 PM
  • Ferry leaves Semakau

12:45 PM
  • Shuttle bus leaves PPFT for MBS

1:30 PM
  • Bus arrives at MBS