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Asian Power Forum 2023 arrives in Kuala Lumpur in May

It will bring together leaders, policymakers, and experts in Asia’s power and energy sector.

The Asian Power Forum 2023 is set to hold its second installment at the Impiana KLCC Hotel in Kuala Lumpur on May 25.

The three-city event series, which kicked off in Bangkok on April 5, will bring together senior executives, subject-matter experts, and policymakers across Asia. Each forum features presentations and panel discussions on upcoming developments and power news across Asia.

Participants will get to make valuable connections with industry experts and professionals as well.

Confirmed speakers in the event are:

  • Mark Bennett, EY Asia-Pacific Energy & Resources Customer Experience Transformation Leader
  • Michael Joseph, Sales Director, SS&A Power Consultancy GmbH
  • Dieter Billen, Partner - Energy, Sustainability & Infrastructure - South-East Asia, Roland Berger
  • Fazal Othman Mohd Ghazali, Senior Advisor, The Lantau Group

If you are interested to attend, you may contact Asian Power Events Team at businessconference@charltonmediamail.com. For more information about the event, click here.

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