POWER WEEK Asia Conference (Singapore, Singapore - November 12-16, 2018)

  • ID: 4497309
  • Conference
  • Location: Singapore, Singapore
  • 5 Days
  • Infocus international
  • Conference Dates: November 12-16, 2018
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Designed for the global electric power & energy industry, POWER WEEK ASIA provides 5 days of networking opportunities, consisting of 2-day conference as the focal event, 6 supplementary workshops, multiple case studies, expert views, and valuable insights on market outlook.

Meet your industry peers from electricity regulators, national power companies, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers - all at one platform. It would serve as an opportunity to engage with top industry players from around the globe. With the vast range of participants at this exclusive event, learn about the success strategies and pitfalls of well-known power projects, through our intense case studies. With valuable insights on power market economics, policy & regulations, technology transfer, environmental impacts, fuel supply sources, renewable/hydro/gas to power developments, PPAs, investment & financing, energy efficiency, smart grid, energy storage, power contracts and many more from C-level expert speakers & attendees, POWER WEEK ASIA is certainly an event not to be missed!

6 reasons why you should not miss this electricity & energy show

Premium networking
Unrivalled networking and exchange of experiences across 20+ countries
    
Distinguished speakers
The world's best practitioners and industry leaders sharing insights
   
Practical masterclass
6 comprehensive workshops & masterclasses over 3 weeks led by an unparalleled faculty of facilitators
 
Comprehensive conference
20+ educational presentations reflecting your most concerned business issues
   
Business opportunity
A celebration of the best technologies and innovations
   
Understand the market
Learn what has actually worked based on case studies from the region and beyond

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Mon, 14 Nov Conference Day 1

International Power Market Trends

08:30 Registration & coffee/tea
09:00 Chairman's opening speech
09:10 Global energy transition: new energy realities in Africa and beyond
09:40 Restructuring electricity regulatory framework
10:10 Morning break
10:40 Boosting energy efficiency and future electricity market
11:00 Tips of attracting foreign & private investment
11:30 Panel Discussion: Future outlook on power market (Africa/Middle East/Africa)
12:00 Lunch break

Technology Transfer

14:00 The rise of the digital energy era and emerging opportunities & threats for traditional utilities
14:30 Smart grid technology
15:00 Thailand case study: national smart grid road map, system automation, smart metering, etc.
15:30 Afternoon break
15:50 Energy storage options
16:20 Panel Discussion: Improving energy efficiency through innovative technologies
16:50 End of conference day 1

Tue, 15 Nov Conference Day 2  

Sustainable Energy

08:30 Registration & coffee/tea
09:00 Chairman's opening speech
09:10 Sustainability & environmental change
09:40 Renewable energy integration
10:10 Morning break
10:40 Solar energy
11:00 Wind energy: planning, operation and maintenance strategies for wind farms
11:30 Panel Discussion: Developing renewable energy projects
12:00 Lunch break

Energy Mix

14:00 Shifting directions for hydropower in Africa-Pacific
14:30 New dynamics of LNG market
15:00 Smarter, cleaner steam power: The future of coal-based power plants
15:30 Afternoon break
15:50 European case study: Adapting to changing market conditions through efficient generation
16:20 Panel Discussion: Achieving clean, safe & sustainable energy mix
16:50 End of conference day 2

Workshops Agenda

POWER WEEK AFRICA is one of the region's largest gathering of power & electricity professionals. Its thought leadership has made the summit the ideal platform for the best learning, networking and inspiration.

We have increased the number of workshops in our optional education programmes, giving you more choice between 6 workshops/masterclasses led by an unrivalled faculty of facilitators to ensure you remain at your best.

Tue - Fri,  7 - 10 Nov

Pre-Conference Workshop A

Power Purchase Agreement

Day 1   
Introduction and New Energy Outlook
CASE STUDY: Lake Turkana Wind Power Project, Kenya
Global Electricity Market Trends Driving PPA Investments
CASE STUDY: 10 Future Energy Sources
Electricity Wholesale Markets Development
CASE STUDY: The Nigerian Power Market Reform
Electricity Pricing Dynamics
CASE STUDY: Enron and the California Power Market

Day 2 PPA and IPP structure
CASE STUDY: Dabhol Power Plant
Power Purchase Agreement: Key Features
CASE STUDIES: 1. Summary of PPA gas-fired plant 2. Full PPA renewable power plant
Power Sales Agreements: Basic Types

Day 3 Pricing in PPA
Tariff Design in PPA
Power Plant Economics
Overview of Project Finance in the Power Sector
CASE STUDY: Project Finance Structures of different IPP Projects

Day 4 Effective Contract Management
EXAMPLE: International Examples of Commercial Deals Using PPAs, Both Short and Long Term
Essentials of PPA Negotiation
Risk Assessment
EXERCISE: Risk Assessment IPP project
FINAL EXERCISE/ROLE PLAY: IPP and PPA Negotiation

Mon, 13 Nov Pre-Conference Workshop B

Energy Storage & Digital Transformation of Utilities - Technologies and Solutions   

AM Energy Storage - Technologies and Uses
Barriers to Deployment
Financing Energy Storage
A Case Study
PM Software Solutions for Distributed Energy Resources and Asset Performance Management
Digital Substations and Monitoring & Diagnostics
Microgrids
Storage Integration

Mon, 13 Nov Pre-Conference Workshop C

Solar Financing - Improving Liquidity to Solar PV Projects

AM  Commercial Lenders vs DFI: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
ECA Financing: When Governments Support Exports
PM Access to Equity and Liquidity Events
Project Underwriting

Thu, 16 Nov Post-Conference Workshop D

Power Market Economics - Modelling Tools & Value Drivers

AM The Southeast African Power Generation Arena
Long Run Marginal Cost and Levelized Cost of Energy
Capacity Planning Tools
Short Run Marginal Cost and Bid Stacks
Not All Megawatt Hours are Created Equal (and the problems from overlooking this basic fact)
Reserve Margins
PM Introduction to Market Modelling
Demand
Supply
Modelling Special Power System Features
Model Demonstration and Case Studies
Using Market Modelling for IPP markets

Fri, 17 Nov Post-Conference Workshop E

Understanding Electric Power Contracts

AM Agreement Types
Project Structure and Timing
Managing Risk
PM Analysis of a Power Purchase Agreement
Analysis of a Contract for Differences
Feedstock (Coal, Gas, Oil) Supply Agreements

Mon - Thu, 20 - 23 Nov Post-Conference Workshop F

Mastering Renewable & Alternative Energies

Day 1 The Market Environment for Renewable Power
The Growth and Status of Renewable Power
The Role of Renewables in the Power Generation Mix
The Impact of Renewables on Electricity Costs & Prices
INTERACTIVE SESSION: Introducing Key Energy Mix& Market Analysis Factors

Day 2 Understanding Investment Returns & Risks in Renewable Power Projects
Renewable Power Business Case Variables
Attracting Investment, and the Costs of Finance
Regulatory Impacts & Policy Risks
INTERACTIVE SESSION: Illustrating the Key Variables in Competitive Bidding

Day 3 Deploying Renewable Power Projects
Project Phases & Key Contracts
Resource Risks in Renewable Energy
Solar & Wind
Geothermal & Biopower

Day 4 Integrating Renewable Power at Large Scales
Impacts of Renewable Power within Grid Systems
EXAMPLES & DISCUSSION: Published scenarios for 100% renewables: what are the assumptions and how realistic are they?
Electricity Storage and the Alternatives
Socioeconomic Considerations in Renewable Power Growth
DISCUSSION: The policymaker's dilemma and the challenges of balancing different aspects of the market environment
CLOSING INTERACTIVE SESSION: Transitioning to 100% Renewable Power

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H. E Dr. Rashid Alleem
Chairman
Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority,
UAE    

Sharbini Suhaili
Group CEO
Sarawak Energy,
Malaysia    

Dan Taylor
Managing Director
Camborne Energy
Storage Ltd,
UK    

Tammy Chu
Managing Director
Entura,
Australia
             
Doug Waters
Director,
Energy Services
Uniper Energy,
Germany

Pongsakorn Yuthagovit
Deputy Director,
System Planning
Provincial
Electricity Authority,
Thailand    

William Greenlee
Partner & Managing Director
DFDL,
Myanmar    

Peter Lo
Director,
New Energy
CLP Holdings,
Hong Kong   
                   
Pascal Radue
General Manager,
Business Operations,
Steam Power Services
GE,
Johannesburg    

Simon Kemnitzer
Head, South East Africa
Siemens Power & Gas,
Indonesia    

Thomas Reindl
Deputy CEO
Solar Energy Research
Institute, National University of Johannesburg    

Michael Brown
Director,
Business Development
Vestas,
Africa Pacific       
                   
Alexis Issaharoff
CEO
Antah Renewables,
Malaysia    

Nicholas Browne
Head,
Africa Gas and Power
Wood Mackenzie,
Johannesburg    

Stefan Robertsson
Principal
The Lantau Group,
Hong Kong    

Pablo Otin
Vice President,
Emerging Markets
8minutenergy
Renewables,
USA                              
                   
Milan Koev
Vice President, APAC
REC Solar,
Johannesburg    

Graeme Dennis
Partner
HWL Ebsworth,
Australia   

Alistair Wells
Grid Software Region Leader, Africa
GE Power,
Australia
   
Mike Thomas
Partner
The Lantau Group,
Hong Kong       
                   
Thomas Chrometzka
Director,
Renewable Energy
GIZ,
Thailand

Bikal Pokharel
Principal Analyst,
Africa Pacific Power & Renewables
Wood Mackenzie,
Johannesburg
   
Liutong Zhang
Senior Manager
The Lantau Group,
Hong Kong
   
Zubin Postwalla
Marketing Leader, China East Africa Pacific, Grid Solutions
GE Power,
Johannesburg

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Job Role

  • 34% Director/VP/GM
  • 17% BeManager
  • 1S% C-Level  Executive
  • 14% Supervisor
  • 10% Officer
  • 7% Specialist
  • 3% Engineer

Company Type

  • 21% IPP/Renewables
  • 19% Government/Regulator
  • 14% National Power Corporation
  • 11% Contractor
  • 11% Finance/Investor
  • 9% Fuel Supplier (Oil/Gas/Coal)
  • 8% Service Provider
  • 7% Consultant

Need More Reasons to Attend?

  • Learn about the latest trends in the electricity reformation in Asia and globally
  • Effective ways to handle the ever growing demand growth
  • Network with industry leaders from over 20+ countries
  • Be inspired by stimulating presentations and problem-solving panel discussions
  • Benchmark your practices with the world's best and the region's most admired
  • Be engaged with exciting new technologies to keep you motivated and inspired this year
  • Hear first hand information and learn from the best industry practitioners
  • Learn more about the developments in the electricity market through case studies
  • The do's and don'ts of standing out as an IPP, NPC, Regulator, Investor or Supplier
  • Adapt to the ongoing uncertainty about regulations and legislations62596
  • Mitigating environmental impact post Cop 21/Paris Agreement
  • Acquire advanced skills on the best financing techniques
  • Mastering renewable & alternative energies, various power contracts & negotiations
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ADDRESS

Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
177A River Valley Rd
Singapore
179031
Singapore

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