Strategic Summit Agenda
Day 1 Morning – Strategic Summit
09:00 - 09:15
Host Country Opening: The State of Renewable Energies in the Philippines
Senator Win Gatchialan
Chairman of the Energy Committee
09:15 - 09:55
[Ministrial Roundtable] ASEAN Energy Governance: New Approaches, New Rules, New Future
Following the “No New Coal” Committment - what does it mean to ASEAN nations, how to make the goal possible at a legislative level, and what detailed mechanisms and measures can we expect in the years to come?
Department of Energy, Philippines
Ministry of Energy, Thailand
Sustainable Energy Development Authority, Malaysia
Energy Market Authority, Singapore
09:55 - 10:35
[CEO Panel] Leading the Trend of One Decarbonizing ASEAN - The Role of Private Sector
The transition to carbon neutrality requires both public and private sectors to join forces. In particular, substantial and coordinated investments and innovations from the private sector are the fuel to the future.
10:35 - 10:50
Driving the Next Chapter of Sustainbale Growth - Our Industry Commitment
Coffee & Networking
11:15 - 11:55
[Utility Panel] Pathways Towards a Re-Mixed Electricity System - Grid, Storage, & Market Reform
While we prepare for an accelerated penetration of renewable energy into the power grid, the reform of the power market, the optimization of power grids, and the development of energy storage mechanisms are urgently needed.
Day 1 Afternoon – Strategic Summit
14:00 - 14:40
[Country Chapter] Singapore & Indonesia
In March, Singapore and Indonesia signed a "Memorandum of Understanding on Climate Change and Sustainability", marking the deepening of the collabaration between the two countries in the field of renewable energy - Singapore is expected to become Indonesia's largest investor and offtaker in RE program, and has set to complete 4GW of cross-border green energy purchases, mainly solar energy, by 2035.
14:40 - 15:20
Coffee & Networking
15:50 - 16:30
[Country Chapter] Philippine & Vietnam
The Philippines and Vietnam are the two most topical solar markets in ASEAN. From 2015 to 2016, the Philippine market occupied the top spot in ASEAN solar, while from 2017 to 2021 Vietnam seized the world's attention; in 2022, the two markets seem to swap their positions again, with Vietnam shifts from the golden period to the rest state, implied by the upcoming PDP8, whilst the Philippines open up a new paradigm of 2GW RE tender and with numerous opportunities in rooftop driven by the market economics . How shall we compare these two markets? And looking forward to 2030, what are the potential and challenges?
16:30 - 16:50
16:50 - 17:30
[Country Chapter] Thailand & Malaysia
Thailand and Malaysia are the two most stably developed PV markets in ASEAN. Thailand’s growth is mainly driven by rooftop PV and floating solar projects on reservior whereas Malaysia’s focus would be largely on its annual LSS tenders, in addition to C&I rooftop potential. The variable factors for the two markets in 2022 are expected to come from the new PDP plan in Thailand and the LSS5 tender at the second half of the year in Malaysia.Meanhwile, the progress in the corproate PPA is also worth looking into.
17:30 - 18:10
[Panel] Smart Digital Solutions For O&AM Now and the Futures
In the new century of renewable energy development, smart operation, maintaintence and asset management techniques will play a more important role to help owners maximize energy yields and efficiency.