ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week (ASEW) 2023 is ASEAN's Largest and Most Comprehensive Energy and Environment Exhibition featuring cutting edge technologies, innovations, and solutions in Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Environment, Electric Vehicle Technology and more. The week has over three decades of proven success in providing unbeatable regional business platforms and meeting points for trade visitors, entrepreneurs, buyers, investors, policymakers and professionals from both the public and private sectors and from a variety of industries.
Electric Vehicle Asia (EVA) 2023 is Thailand's top international exhibition and conference on electric vehicle technologies. All leading companies in the electric vehicle industry and related businesses are gathered at this major show. This is a special business platform that attracts serious buyers, decision makers, entrepreneurs, car makers and policy makers from the private and public sectors across ASEAN. One of the highlights for 2023 will be the 8th International Electric Vehicle Technology Conference (iEVTech) where professionals in the EV industry from around the world will share ideas and provide updates on the development of electrified transport technology.
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)
Deputy Director - Knowledge, Policy and Finance Centre, IRENA
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
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)
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
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
School of Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Technology (SGtech), Naresuan University, Thailand
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
8 smart ideas of innovations and research prototypes from leading's universities in Thailand were showcased. Opportunity to meet with businesspeople who interested to invest and further develop commercial potential.
A show case that presented the future of mobility, advanced technologies and design which included the autonomous vehicle.
16 topics presented by leading companies which shared visions, innovations, and knowledge on the advance technologies for a sustainable future.
An area that allowed participant to learn more on the importance of SDGs and how an event can turn into a sustainable event. Beverages were made and delivered by deaf baristas. This was not just a place for relaxation & business talk, but funds were also raised and donated to charity.
At COP26, Thailand has set our aspirational target of carbon emission peak year by 2030 with a strong determination to attain carbon neutrality by 2050 and net-zero greenhouse gas emission by 2065. BCG Model is the role model to optimize the resource use, foster sustainable economic growth and enhance well-being of the community. BCG guidelines will help Thailand to improve energy supply chain by maximizing the energy resource utilization and reducing energy dependency from other countries
ASEW is a comprehensive energy event in the region which provide business platforms and meeting points for manufacturers to showcase their cutting-edge energy technology for trade visitors, entrepreneurs and policy-makers in the region. This not only improve the energy industry but also to be the opportunity for foreign invertors to invest in clean energy in Thailand. It is useful for the Ministry of Energy to co-host the business event on energy
The Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) is a member-based sector association with a mission to promote Sustainable Urban Energy in the Asia Pacific Region. We focus on Urban Energy because cities occupy only 2% of the world's landmass but consume over two-thirds of the world's energy, and account for more than 70% of global CO2-emissions. So, cities play a key role in the energy transition and to meet climate targets like carbon neutrality by mid-century. So, it is important to address heating and cooling, and especially cooling in Thailand and ASEAN countries.
ASEW is a well-established event for more than 3. Decades and the largest event in ASEAN on the topics Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Environmental, Bio Energy and EV Technology, the event offers a great platform to drive the energy transition in Thailand and the ASEAN region. It is a platform to meet and network with local and international industry professionals through seminars, workshops, exhibitions and get contacts for future collaboration and business.
The Energy transition to a sustainable future cannot wait!
JGSEE is the joint graduated school of environmental and academic institute. We do believe that the current situation of energy in Thailand and ASEAN will be move toward to the concept of the carbon neutrality and the net zero greenhouse gas as proposed by the government in the COP26 event. We have the aim in Thailand like we are going to reach the target of carbon neutrality in 2050, also the net zero greenhouse gas emission in the 2065.
We do believe that the knowledge sharing and technical sharing among experts and participants are very important. So ASEW event, we invited a lot of expert around the world to share the knowledge to participants in Thailand and also in ASEAN. So, we do we believe that this kind of event are going to be very useful for the people who's in the energy sector or the environmental sector to fulfil or to understand the concept of carbon neutrality and net zero greenhouse gas.
We, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research or TISTR, is a state enterprise under the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation. TISTR has recognized the importance of R&D in renewable energy and clean energy for a long time. TISTR is the first Thai research institution in collaboration with Japan to develop ethanol from agricultural materials with saving energy production. This is an origin of various gasohol formulas used as various alternative fuels in the present.
Here in ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2022, where gathering entrepreneurs, manufacturers, equipment distributors, including providing meeting venues and exhibition areas on technology related to renewable energy and clean energy. As one research institute to conduct research on renewable energy and clean energy in Thailand. We believe that all knowledge arising from this event could help to drive Thailand towards a sustainable society according to the Government's BCG economy concept definitely.
Thailand Energy Storage Technology Association or TESTA as the association which aim to promote, research and development and promotion of usage and integration of energy storage in Thailand.
The direction of electrical energy storage used in electric vehicle industry, we know that mostly battery right now, due to high energy density of battery which enable the electric vehicle's growth.
As we know that the electric vehicle is the major application for energy storage and vice versa. The energy storage is the main key enable to electric vehicle growth and usage. Therefore, Electric Vehicle Asia is one of leading conference at which we could use and partner together in order to be able to promote the growth and exchange and do the networking at the event.
EVAT is a non-profit association, aiming to promote and support knowledge exchange in electric vehicle technology and innovation.
To drive the country's electrification plan, the National EV policy committee has already announced ZEV target, aiming to achieve around 50% of all newly registration cars as ZEV within 2030. Thailand has a very clear target to achieve around 20 percent greenhouse gas reduction by 2030. The country's working group on greenhouse gas reduction plan has also drawn up a roadmap for different sectors, including the energy and transport sectors.
As a co-organizer of EV Asia and iEVTech over the last many years, we see new opportunities in the new electric vehicle industries. This is truly an international platform where all the experts in the fields of researchers, developers, policy makers and EV related suppliers will come to the same venue.
Electric Vehicle Asia 2022 is the event that aligns with OR's way of doing business to create Seamless Mobility and drive forward a seamless integrated energy approach. OR joins in supporting the use of electricity that plays an important role in meeting the country's travel and transportation needs. OR will be an investor, service provider or intermediary that makes EVs play an important role in driving the daily life of consumers and in doing business, known as Mobility as a Service. In addition, OR will continue to help drive the electric power business, build the confidence of people using EVs and support those who are deciding to buy EVs.
ABB has been in Thailand for more than 40 years. We have always been an active member in ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week, and we are very happy to be back to showcase our products and our technologies. We are living in a very important time where sustainability is a key topic globally. Thailand of course is the taking steps to push more sustainability via both the government and private sectors. For ABB, we are partnering in technology, partnering in sustainability solutions and we have innovative products on display that are in line with the country's policy.
We have several products and solutions such as an electrical vehicle charger that is the fastest in the world called "New Terra 360". This will be the first launch in Thailand. We also have other products like the new gear switch which provides savings in space and dissipation for storage. Another highlight is the solution that we offer to take care of your asset with our energy and asset management. This allows you to monitor the use and public consumption.
Delta is participating for the 6th time at ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week (ASEW) as an Exhibitor. I'm glad to be back as you all know, ASEW is mainly related to renewable energy, EV Chargers, the environment, and it's the major show in Thailand.
The first product is the 50 KW DC Charger: Normally, a DC Charger is usually installed on the floor or placed on the road, but our 50 KW DC Charger is a wall-mounted model with the same power output but more efficient and smaller. Another one is the 200 KW DC Charger (High Power) is suitable for high-speed charging. It is suitable for cars that require fast charging hence for entrepreneurs of petrol stations. We are also presenting the technology of electricity generation from solar energy. We have a new generation of Solar Inverter, which is 100 KW and also technology for energy storage or Battery Energy Storage.
Thermax limited is the principal of our company. We focus mostly on a sustainability portfolio in this event and for the Thailand Market.
This is the first time to join ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week (ASEW), but Thermax limited has been participating in this show for maybe 3 or 4 years. Sustainability is society's responsibility, and everybody has to be involved. This show raises awareness, provides a platform to meet new customers and see technology changes. We would like to showcase new technology in renewable energy and sustainability, meet new customers or suppliers and build our business network.
We have some products of our principal "Thermax Limited" in the green portfolio which are very efficient products. We have a boiler product brand "Shellmax Global" and German technology in biomass from "Lambian". We have some products which sell on water management that offer the industry zero discharge, zero liquid discharge, zero soil discharge or waste to energy, all of which can be recycled. This is real progress to sustainability.
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.