Power Week 2016

Date: 7 – 11 November 2015
Place: PARKROYAL on Beach Road Hotel, Singapore
Official Website: www.power-week.com

Overview:

Designed for the global electric power & energy industry, POWER WEEK provides 5 days of networking opportunities, consisting of 2-day conference as the focal event, 3 workshops, 2 supplementary masterclasses, multiple case studies, expert views, and valuable insights on market outlook.

Meet your industry peers from electricity regulators, national power companies, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers – all at one platform. It would serve as an opportunity to engage with top industry players from around the globe. With the vast range of participants at this exclusive event, learn about the success strategies and pitfalls of well-known power projects, through our intense case studies. With valuable insights on policy & regulations, technology innovations for generation / transmission / distribution, environmental impacts, fuel supply sources, renewable / hydro / nuclear / gas to power developments, power trading, IPP projects, investment & financing, power contracts & negotiations and many more from C-level expert speakers & attendees, POWER WEEK is certainly an event not to be missed!

6 reasons why you should not miss this electricity & energy show: 

  • Premium networking – Unrivalled networking and exchange of experiences across 20+ countries
  • Distinguished speakers – The world’s best thinkers, practitioners and industry leaders sharing insights
  • Practical masterclass – 3 full day masterclasses led by an unparalleled faculty of facilitators
  • Comprehensive conference – 20+ educational sessions reflecting your most concerned business issues
  • Business opportunity – A celebration of the best technologies and innovations
  • Understand the market – Learn what has actually worked based on case studies from the region and beyond

This year’s conference will address cutting edge topics with Real Examples and Case Studies including:

  • main conference (8 – 9 November 2016)
  • pre-conference workshop A: Energy Market Investment (7 November 2016)
  • post-conference workshop B: Mastering Renewable & Alternative Energies (10 November 2016)
  • post-conference workshop C: Mastering Power Contracts & Negotiations (11 November 2016)
  • add-on masterclass D: Power Purchase Agreement (1 – 4 November 2016)
  • add-on masterclass E: Gas/LNG Contracts: Structures, Pricing & Negotiation (14 – 18 November 2016)

POWER WEEK provides a great opportunity to network and create new business partnerships that would boost your business. Meet your industry peers from electricity regulators, national power companies, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers – all at one platform. It would serve as an opportunity to engage top industry players from around the globe. POWER WEEK is certainly an event not to be missed!

To join the discussion:

LinkedIn Group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/POWER-WEEK-6985809

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/powerweeksg

Twitter: @powerweeksg

Contact Person

Reanne Lee,

Phone: +65 6325 0254

Email: reanne@power-week.com


PANEL OF EXPERTS

Wong Tin Song,

Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water (KeTTHA), Malaysia - Undersecretary

Chuah Kee Heng,

SP Services (Singapore Power), Singapore - Managing Director

Abdullah Al Shehri

Electricity & Co-Generation Regulatory Authority (ECRA), Saudi Arabia - Governor

Wouter Van Wersch

GE ASEAN, Singapore - President & CEO

Stephen George Lewis,

Voith Hydro, China - President

Phumzile Tshelane,

South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (NECSA), South Africa - CEO

Christopher Huang,

Investment Banking, Morgan Stanley, Hong Kong - Managing Director

Constant Van Aerschot,

Business Council for Sustainable Development, Singapore - Executive Director

Paddy Padmanathan,

ACWA Power, Saudi Arabia - President & CEO

Adrian Lembong,

Adaro Power, Indonesia - Director, Business Development,

Shaharul Farez bin Hassan,

Malakoff Corporation, Malaysia - Executive Vice President,

Shigeru Muraki,

Tokyo Gas, Japan - Former Vice Chairman,

James Allan,

Frontier Economics, Australia - Director

Kiran Jethwa,

Fumase, Malaysia - Managing Partner,

Kamilah Kasim,

Allen & Gledhill, Singapore - Partner

Jo Ryan,

Frontier Economics, Australia - Economist,

Lim Wen Bin,

KPMG, Singapore - Director,Power & Utilities,

Andrew Koscharsky,

RCMA Group, Singapore - Director, Energy,

William Byun,

Asia Renewables, Singapore - Managing Director,

Mathias Steck,

DNV GL Energy, Singapore - Executive Vice President,

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