Wed, Jan 25|
International Conference “The Role of Electrical Power Sector to Achieved Successfully NZE Target In ASEAN”
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Time & Location
Jan 25, 1:30 PM – 4:10 PM GMT+7
About the Event
This International conference is conducted by Indonesia Smart Grid Initiatives (PJCI) and The Global Smart Energy Federation (GSEF)
and Supported by international institutions:
The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia
ASEAN Center for Energy (ACE)
The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
The State Electricity Company (PT. PLN (Persero))
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) - Malaysia
Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) - Thailand
The implications of the net-zero transition by 2050 are universal: all regions would need to decarbonize, all would have some exposure to the transition, all would face some degree of physical risk, and all would have growth potential resulting from the transition. However, the implications for regions and countries vary—as Asia itself illustrates. By this webinar, we hope all countries would share the conditions and challenges of the Renewable Energy Power and The Grid System to Realize Green Global Interconnectivity. We aim to facilitate improved understanding of Renewable Energy system opportunities in ASIA and build connections and encourage dialogues between Indonesia and ASIA RE key players. We hope the forum could bring real investment from overseas into Indonesia’s Renewable Energy market. Could ASEAN Build our interconnectivity succesfully with this condition?
- Speakers main topic:
1. PT. PLN (Persero)
The Strategies of your country To Reach The Net Zero Emission Targets From The Resources and The Digitalization
2. ASEAN CENTER for ENERGY (ACE)
The Globally Plan Green Grid of Your Company Project To Build Interconnecting of ASIA’s Countries for The Net Zero Emission Targets
3. Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) - Thailand
The institution Roles to build interconnecting green grid ASIA’s Countries from blockchain, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and big data for The Net Zero Emission Targets.
4. Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)
The institution Roles to build interconnecting green grid ASIA’s Countries from the new management of Human Resources Quality, Technology and Finance for The Net Zero Emission Targets.
5. The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP)
We hope you can share the update of electrical power sector readiness in ASEAN of each country as well as we know that UNESCAP provides a regional cooperation development forum to assist member countries in building and enhancing economic and social growth, in light of the increasing fears of war between countries involving the energy sector, is it possible to build and maintain interconnections between countries in the future?