Conference and Exhibition
27 - 29 October 2020

RE Asia

Digital Transformation of Energy

Advances in digital technology are enabling 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 enabling 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 emerge and in some cases bringing an end to well established companies.

Enterprise Digital Platforms are enabling system level solutions integrating various parts of the energy value chain to enable both operational and new business models. The platforms provide and opportunity for co-innovation using data to co-develop algorithms (AI or ML) to enable seemless productive and enhanced solutions thus transforming the energy ecosytem holistically from generation to transmission to end use.

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Wind Energy Conference

Some of fastest growing economies in the world are in Asia. Renewable energy such as wind energy are 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, Offshore Wind, Finance & Risk.

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

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Asian Conference on Energy, Power and Transportation Electrification

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.

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Asia Forum Climate and Clean Energy Financing*

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:

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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*Co-located events

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.

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*Co-located events