The 17th Asian Power Awards is now accepting nominations | Asian Power

The 17th Asian Power Awards is now accepting nominations

The deadline for sending entries is on 20 August 2021.

The power sector has gone through a challenging transformation in the past months with the continued push for renewables and accelerated digital transformation due to limits caused by the current crisis. Industry players are now, more than ever, focusing on developing their business models to be more sustainable, and are leveraging the available and emerging technological solutions to adapt to the challenging climate.

With this, the sector’s most prestigious awards programme is back on its 17th year to accept nominations from outstanding power companies. 

Dubbed as “the Oscars” of the power industry, the Asian Power Awards will once again recognise ground-breaking projects and trailblazing initiatives in the power sector in Asia.

The nominations will be judged by an elite panel of judges from top accounting firms and experts in the region’s power sector. Last year, the awards programme, held digitally, honoured around 50 companies that celebrated their well-deserved awards.

Exemplary projects under the following categories are accepted:


  • Solar Power Project of the Year
  • Hydro Power Project of the Year
  • Biomass Power Project of the Year
  • Wind Power Project of the Year
  • Geothermal Power Project of the Year
  • Green Hydrogen Power Project of the Year
  • Blue Hydrogen Power Project of the Year


  • Coal Power Project of the Year
  • Gas Power Project of the Year
  • Flexible Gas Power Project of the Year
  • Nuclear Power Project of the Year
  • Biogas-Fired Power Project of the Year
  • Diesel-Fired Power Project of the Year
  • Oil Shale Power Project of the Year


  • Fast-track Power Plant of the Year
  • Standby Power Plant of the Year
  • Environmental Upgrade of the Year
  • Transmission & Distribution Project of the Year
  • Power Plant Upgrade of the Year
  • Innovative Power Technology of the Year
  • Smart Grid Project of the Year
  • Information Technology Project of the Year
  • Dual Fuel Power Plant of the Year
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year
  • Battery Storage Project of the Year


  • Power Project Finance House of the Year
  • Power Utility of the Year by Country
  • Independent Power Producer of the Year
  • CEO of the Year

The deadline for submission of nominations is on 20 August 2021. For more information, click here. To nominate your outstanding projects and trailblazing initiatives, click here.

For more details, contact Julie Anne Nunez at +65 3158 1386 or

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