Asian Power Thermal Energy Conference delves into issues and prospects of thermal power generation across Asia
This two-hour digital conference will happen on 17 November 2021.
As the world pushes forward towards a zero-carbon future, the global energy sector is now faced by the questions: What will happen to thermal energy generation, what should be done to the existing thermal plants, and what will be the role of thermal power during this transformation?
Join Asian Power in the Asian Power Thermal Energy Conference to be held on 17 November 2021 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM SGT. Get together with industry experts and business leaders from the power sector to discover how thermal power generation remains the backbone of Asia’s electricity systems. Learn the remaining value of thermal power over the progressing energy transition. Understand the implications of the financial sector, governing bodies, and other stakeholders to the future of thermal power generation across Asia.
Leading the discussion on the merits and risks of thermal power generation in Asia is the founding partner and managing director of The Lantau Group, an economic consultancy focusing on the energy sector in the Asia Pacific region, Mike Thomas. Following this is a presentation on the low carbon energy transition as well as financing issues and the growing shareholder resistance to thermal power by Sean Purdie, the managing partner for power in the Asia Pacific region at ERM. Joining them in the live Q&A panel discussion is Tony Segadelli, the managing director of OWL Energy.
Get a grasp of the challenges faced by thermal power operators and gain insights on how to address them through a live fireside chat with Frank Thiel, the managing director of Quezon Power Philippines and the general manager of the San Buenaventura Power.