About the Conference
Accelerating Asia’s Road to Energy Transition: What Needs To Change?
Asia Pacific power markets are the biggest and offer the most potential of any across the world; they dominate global energy and carbon emission trends and are set to become larger than the rest of the world combined. Yet the path to success has now been paved with many more obstacles than before as gas and coal prices soar, geopolitical tensions rise, supply chains are struggling, and project developers are faced with increasing costs and vastly increased revenue risks.
The question now at the forefront of major power and renewable investors and players' minds across APAC is whether their previously ambitious plans towards energy transition and net-zero need to be reconsidered and re-calibrated in the light of recent global change.
Wood Mackenzie’s Power & Renewables APAC Conference 2022 brought together the leading solar, onshore and offshore wind developers, along with the biggest utilities and investment groups and key regulatory bodies from core APAC markets to shed light on recent changes and addresses the biggest questions arising. The focus will be given to in-depth conversations, emerging trends, and new commercial models with Wood Mackenzie’s leading regional analysts plus the key industry players across Asia.
Missed out on the conference? On-Demand is now available that gives you full access to all 3 days of the conference, providing a comprehensive APAC regional outlook.
Full Conference SGD 299
Day 1: Tuesday, July 26 - Japan Stream
Day 2: Wednesday, July 27 - China & Southeast Asia Stream
Day 3: Thursday, July 28 - South Korea & Australia Stream
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- The P&R market in Asia has changed: How can it realise its vast, true potential amongst uncertain geopolitical change?
- What opportunities do an unprecedented market ecosystem and the exponential growth in renewables bring to international and local developers willing to expand their footprints across the region?
- How will past emission-reduction targets and carbon need to change to policies for shaping the energy mix in these territories?
Who should attend?
Large-scale solar developers, large-scale onshore & offshore wind developers, large-scale energy storage developers, utilities, TSOs, national energy regulators, investment banks, solar/wind/energy storage technology providers
Day One: Japan Stream
Day Two: China & Southeast Asia Stream
Day Three: South Korea & Australia Stream
How Asia’s energy transition can be managed amidst the challenges of a global energy crisis, increasing geopolitical tensions, and supply chain disruption – and if so, which strategies will be used to overcome key obstacles?
Spotlight Regional Focus Discussions: Opportunities & barriers for renewable energy development at scale in South Korea, Australia, China, Japan, and Southeast Asia
Examining how China’s state-owned grid will support a more renewable future via battery fleets and cross-provincial power transmission capacity
Ways in which China will continue to maintain its renewables boom and overcome development barriers from the pandemic and construction delays
The optimum combination of technologies, policies, and finance mechanisms to enable Japan, South Korea, and China to succeed in their net-zero ambitions
Trillions of Yen and Counting: Insight into how high fuel prices and market reform will reshape Japan’s future power markets
Key technology improvements designed to beat back rising materials costs and price inflation for solar, wind, and battery projects
Outlook for Australia’s key distributed solar, storage projects and the race to become a global green hydrogen exporter and ammonia leader