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13th ASEAN’s Largest and Most Comprehensive Renewable Energy Technology Exhibition and Conference in ASEAN.

featuring the latest energy sources and systems along with solar cell, wind, biogas, biomass, 

3rd International Energy Efficiency Technology

A major exhibition focusing exclusively on the latest energy efficiency technologies, data center, 

27th International Exhibition of Environmental Protection

and Pollution Control Technology. Inspect over 1,500 pieces of the latest most innovative environmental 
features the latest innovative energy sources along with cutting -edge machinery and equipment that includes Solar Panels, Wind Technology, Biomass, Biogas, Waste-to-Energy, Energy Storage Equipment, Energy Management, Lighting, Data Center, Air Pollution Control, Solid & Waste Water Treatment, Water Purification System and more.

As countries in ASEAN grow larger, energy consumers and global energy markets their will increasingly face new challenges to ensure that energy supplies are affordable. This is essential in order to support continued economic growth and development.

Thailand is heavily dependent on imported energy sources (notably oil, gas, and electricity). To reduce this dependency and lower Thailand’s emission of greenhouse gases, the national energy policy has the underlying objective of an ...

Improvements in energy efficiency is smart business - an imperative for the global community. Thailand is well positioned to capitalize on its considerable technical potential for energy efficiency savings. The government’s Energy Efficiency Action Plan...

With the recent Paris Climate Change Agreement is meant to signal the beginning of the end of more than 100 years of fossil fuels serving as the primary engine of economic growth and shows that governments from around the world take climate change...



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  • The Ministry of Energy has been supported this event for a long time. It is being used as a stage to project the Government’s renewable energy policy and provide linkage with the private sector as an investment opportunity. The Thai energy sector will develop and share its knowledge with neighboring countries. Currently, Thailand’s energy development is considered to be one of the best of all the countries in Asia.

    Dr. Twarath Sutabutr, Sc.D., The Director-General of Energy, Thailand
  • Fossil energy is dwindling and the day is coming when it will no longer be available. Natural gas will be available for less than 40 years. Both energies have contributed to greenhouse gas emissions that have negative impacted to environment. Thailand has a geographical advantage in its favor regarding the production of renewable energy- it is located ain a humid tropical zone with sun and wind energy readily available.

    Asso. Prof. Dr. Sirintornthep Towprayoon, The Director of The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment ( JGSEE)
  • This is my 2nd visit to the show. We are very impressed with the exhibition and the Conference. I have personally brought something for my business and further business discussions will be made again after the show

    Mr. Htun Naing AungJoint Secretary General, Myanmar Industries Association (MIA), Myanmar
  • ASE 2016 is an excellent and must-visit event for those in the energy industry. Some of the technology and equipment is unique and being seen for the first time. Many business contacts were made during our visit

    Mr. Suresh Kumar Jayantilal GorasiaManaging Director, Amalgamated Engineering & Commercial Co., Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia

    As you may already know, business in renewable energy is hot. The demand for energy in terms of electricity and fuel has increased steadily because of the growth in the industrial sector and the expansion of urban society. 


    Our team was granted an exclusive interview with Dr Pasu Loharjun, Director-General of the Department of Industrial Works, Ministry of Industry.


    Every time we have heat transfer into another form of energy, for example, fuel to electric which electric is a mechanical energy, an energy loss in form of heat always occurs, therefore, the energy delivered...


    In order to achieve sustainable biomass utilization in ASEAN, indicators for sustainability assessment are imperative. LCSAL encourages the use of life cycle thinking in the evaluation of sustainability in ASEAN  ...


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