ASEAN's Largest and Most Comprehensive Renewable Energy Technology Exhibition and Conference

ASEAN's Leading Energy Efficiency Technology Exhibition and Conference

International Exhibition of Environmental Protection and Pollution Control Technology

International Electric Vehicle Technology Conference and Exhibition

ASEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY WEEK 2022 (ASEW) is ASEAN's Most Comprehensive International Exhibition and Conference on Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Environmental and Electric Vehicle Technology. The show presents unbeatable regional business platforms and meeting points for trade visitors, entrepreneurs, buyers, investors, policy-makers and professionals from both the public and private sectors in energy, environment and related industries to access the latest energy sources technology. There will be important seminars and international conferences will be presented by leading experts with the aim to enhance market opportunities and provide in-depth knowledge on 'Enhancing Energy Transition to CARBON NEUTRALITY a Sustainable Future'.

Enhancing Energy Transition to Carbon Neutrality for a Sustainable Future

Co-located with BOILEX ASIA 2022 (BXA) and PUMPS & VALVES ASIA 2022 (PVA) - this is The Region's Leading Exhibition Specializing in Boiler, Pressure Vessel, Pumps and Valves Technology; and THAI WATER EXPO 2022 (THW) - Thailand's only international exhibition and conference on water and wastewater technology. Running in conjunction is TISSUE AND PAPER BANGKOK 2022 - Asia's premier exhibition and conference for the pulp, paper, packaging, and tissue industries.

Electric Vehicle Asia 2022 (EVA) is Thailand's only specialized international electric vehicle technologies exhibition and conference as a part of ASEW. This is the opportunity to meet major corporations in EV technology. There will be a major International Conference iEVTech #7 held under the theme "Future Mobility Aspiration through Bio-Circular-Green Economy with APEC". This is a truly international forum gathering of all experts in the field of research, development, policy makers, and suppliers involved in the entire EV industry.

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Highlight Participatings & Sponsors from Previous Edition

TOP SPEAKERS shared knowledge and idea to industries on ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week and Electric Vehicle Asia 2022

Dr. Chongrak Wachrinrat
President of Kasetsart University, Thailand

Miss Nareerat Panmanee
Director of Climate Change Management and Coordination Division,
Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning,
Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand

Mr. Vilaythong Airmixay Deputy Director of Training Center, Research Institute for Energy and Mines, Ministry of Energy and Mines, Lao PDR

Dr. Robert Edyvean Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Dr. Yannick J. Bomble National Renewable Energy Laboratory, United States

Dr. Erwann Durand CIRAD - QualiSud Joint Research Unit, France

Dr. Twarath Sutabutr Inspector General, Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Peter Lundberg Executive Director, Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA)

Mikael Jakobsson President, Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA)

Ute Collier
Deputy Director - Knowledge, Policy and Finance Centre, IRENA

Pär Dalin
Chairman, District Cooling Working Group, APUEA & President Devcco

Frank Taaning Grundholm
Vice President, Global HVACR Sales, ABB Motion

Dr. Pongpan Vorayasan
Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Sudheeer Perla
Tabreed India

Rana Yusuf Nasir
Vice Chairman Board of Expert of The Indonesia Energy Conservation and Efficiency Society (MASKEEI)

Lim Yong Wei
Assistant General Manager (Business Development) Keppel District Heating and Cooling System (KDHCS)

Mr. Krisda Utamote
President of Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand

Mr. Narit Therdsteerasukdi
Deputy Secretary General of The Board of Investment of Thailand

Mr. Allen Tom Abraham
Lead Transport Analyst, India, Southeast Asia and Australia, Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Mr. Hirofumi Oima
Deputy Director Nuclear Accident Response Office Agency for Natural Resources and Energy Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan

Mr. Wattanapong Kurovat
Director General of Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO), Ministry of Energy, Thailand

Mr. Warit Rattanachuen
Assistant Governor - Project Management Office (PMO) Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Christian Hochfeld
Agora Verkehrswende

Dr. Pimpa Limthongkul
National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC)

Dr. Nuwong Chollacoop

Mr. Edmund Araga
President, Asian Federation of Electric Vehicles Association (AFEVA)

Dr. Peerawat Saisirirat
National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC)

Mr. Arthit Prathumpuang
Vice President (Business Development and Marketing) Oriental Copper Co., Ltd.

Mr. Roble Poe Velasco-Rosenheim
Director, Asia and the Pacific of I-REC, Netherlands

Mr.Wison Suntharachan
Senior Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Sustainability, PTT Oil and Retail Business Public Company Limited

Dr. Visarn Lilavivat
National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC), Thailand

Mr. Emanuele Bianco
IRENA, United Arab EmiratesRenewable Energy Market Design, Implementation and Growth

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pattaraporn Kim
BCGeTEC, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Dr. Thana Sornchamni
PTT Public Company Limited, Thailand

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suneerat Fukuda

Mr. Jinlei Feng

Dr. Uen Do Lee
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)

Mr. Thomas Chopin
CFO, Blackwood Technology

Dr. Athikom Bangviwat
The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment (JGSEE), King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT)

Dr. Sombat Vanichprapa
Senior Consultant, PMCU - Property Management of Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Acharawan Chutarat
School of Architecture and Design, King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Montri Wiboonrat
King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai
Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES)

Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn
Minister of The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) Moderator by Informa Markets Thailand

Dr. Preeti Soni
Head, Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT), UN ESCAP

Dr. Pratip Vongbandit
Deputy Governor Research & Development Group for Sustainable Development,TISTR, Thailand

Md. Enamul Karim
Pavel Head of Renewable Energy, Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL), Bangladesh

Prof. Dr. Zhao Yang Dong
Professor, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Assoc.Prof.Dr.-Ing.Nipon Ketjoy
School of Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Technology (SGtech), Naresuan University, Thailand

Dr.Yodthong Mensin
School of Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Technology (SGtech), Naresuan University, Thailand

Ms. Reena Suri
Executive Director, India Smart Grid Forum, India

Mr. David Morgado
Senior Energy Specialist Asian Development Bank

Dr. Kampanart Silva
Researcher, National Energy Technology Center (ENTEC), National Science and Technology Development Center (NSTDA), Thailand

Mr. Supattanapong Punmeechaow
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy, Ministry of Energy, Thailand

The Thai government will continue implementing its Alternative EnergyDevelopment Plan (AEDP 2018) for 2018-2037, which sets 30% of its final energy consumption to be contributed by renewable energy within 2037 as the ultimate goal.

Mr. Kulit Sombatsiri
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Thailand

The event is a platform to determine our efforts to create a clean and environmentally friendly society to become a Carbon Neutrality, which many countries have set by 2050. Thailand has also realized the importance of reducing its carbon footprint. The government has announced the National Energy Plan (NEP 2022) with three main goals: 1. Increasing the share of clean and renewable energy in new electricity generations by at least 50 percent, based on the cost of the long-term energy storage system in 2040. 2. Promote the use of electric vehicles (EV) under the 30@30 policy. 3. Introduce new technologies and innovations to increase energy efficiency by at least 30 percent by 2040, as well as push for a green economy model or Bio-Circular-Green (BCG) Economy.

Mr. Natee Sithiprasasana
Vice Chairman-Biomass Energy, Renewable Energy industry Club, The Federation of Thai Industries

Technology disruption causes entrepreneurs to keep adopting and adjusting at all times. The government has helped to support the reduction of restrictions. Some government energy policy goes well with the private sector such as using technology in the National Digital Energy platform and the reform of the electricity industry structure so as to make it more competitive. If the government have clear guidelines and policies; entrepreneurs are ready to support and drive forward.

Prof. Dr. Navadol Laosiripojana
Director of the Joint Graduate School for Energy and Environment (JGSEE), King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi

REA International Conference on the topic "Clean Energy Transition for Post-Covid Resilience in ASEAN" at the event that the conference is the 17th edition to update latest information and important issues including trends and developments in the ASEAN region and others. The event was well responded to more than 1,200 participants were attended.

He said that nowadays each country and various organizations in particular in the ASEAN region turn to concern more on the environment. For example, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam have faced the climate change problem due to global warming. Consequently, they have arisen awareness on energy conservation and opt to use more alternative energy, Thailand has also set a goal towards Carbon Neutrality in 2065-2070. To achieve that goal, it is very important to apply innovative technologies and smart solutions to control and manage energy systems, especially an increase of renewable energy consumption while also being able to control the energy system to ensure its stability in overall management. Therefore, energy storage and the battery will play a vital role in the matter.

Mr. Krisada Utamote
President of the Electrical Vehicle Association of Thailand (EVAT)

The three days of the event, we have received good response from entrepreneurs in the electric vehicle industry. The association invited 41 electric vehicle experts from 10 countries to present information related to the electric vehicle industry on various topics under the theme "Moving Towards Carbon Neutral Society: Global Cooperation in Electric Mobility" with special activities such as the Ambassador Forum, which are leader countries in the use of electric vehicles.

"We have learned guidelines and plans about the way to drive toward the use of electric vehicles from around the world and in Thailand at the event. Currently, Thailand has 8,267 BEV electric vehicles of all types. The association will continue to support the growth of electric vehicles in the country in compliance with the goals of the National Electric Vehicle Policy Committee. We hope that under the support from both public and private sectors, there will be a shift towards the use of more electric vehicles, while also have more development on battery and charging station network in the future."

Mr. Burapa Laohalatanaviboon
Country Manager, FIMER

This is the first time Fimer has entered the Thai Country Manager, FIMER market. This is building on the success of ABB. The show is considered a major event for our solar business. The objective of our participation is to enhance corporate Fimer's brand visibility. Our main product is the innovation in power conversion. This product is at the heart of electricity generation with an emphasis on quality, and safety.

Mr. Somchai Rojasavastera
Managing Director, Clean Energy Business, Premier Products Public Company Limited

Premier Products Public Company Limited exhibits at ASE because this is a platform to showcase our new products and this is the place that gather the most technology in energy sources at one location. ASE is the show that works closely with both the public and private agencies providing an update on energy policies across the board.

ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week VDO Highlights

Approaching to enhanced health and safety standards at ASEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY WEEK following COVID-19

We recognize the importance of the epidemic control measures that come with Covid-19. This will ensure the health and safety of all attendees; screening measures and procedures have been prepared. These new guidelines and best practices aim to not only give you peace of mind but also help ensure a hygienic, productive, and organized event experience.


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