Accelerating Asia's energy transition
Join us for the 2nd annual Future of Energy Week
At COP26 in Glasgow, countries including China, India, Indonesia, Australia & Thailand committed to a transition to clean power aimed at meeting the target of net-zero emissions by mid-century. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, 85% of energy used in the Asia-Pacific comes from fossil fuels. Immediate action to reduce this is required. The public & private sectors will need to do much to accelerate the move to renewable sources if the region is to meet targets, cut emissions & keep communities healthy.
The transition will not only change the way we live, but also how industries operate, from the energy sector to manufacturing & financial services. What does this mean for energy companies, consumers & investors in the region? How do emissions targets translate into tangible roadmaps for organisations to follow? Will countries in other regions follow suit? And what measures are needed to ensure the energy transition is fair?
The second annual Future of Energy Week will take place in person in Singapore & be livestreamed to an online audience of more than 4,000 policymakers, business leaders, scientific experts & representatives of multilateral institutions. Economist Impact will bring together these experts to discuss the status & effects of the energy transition in the Asia-Pacific, along with the region's role in defining the pace & scale of this global transformation.
Future of Energy Week 2022: accelerating Asia's energy transition
Discussions will address the most pressing issues in relation to the global energy transition & what a change in the energy system means for Asia.
Accelerate access & transition to clean energy
The decarbonisation race
The evolving role of the oil & gas sector
Policies of change & market structure
Financing the transition
What is next for renewables?
Clean energy innovation
Who should attend?
Business leaders & executives (managers, directors, c-suite) from energy/renewable energy companies, commercial & industrial, financial services
High-level government representatives including ministers, policymakers, regulators, advisors, senior advisors, senior directors
Chief executives, chief risk officer, chief sustainability officer
Energy investors / sustainable investors
Professors of energy science & senior directors from energy research institutes
Senior representatives from energy regulatory bodies
Senior representatives from energy societies