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Thomas Jakob, regional president of Bosch Software Innovations in Asia Pacific, discusses how decentralisation is contributing to energy efficiency and resilience, as well as the role that technology plays in this endeavour.
Tony Wood, director of the energy program at Grattan Institute, share his outlook for clean energy in Australia in light of the renewable energy target debate and growing shift towards distributed generation. He also discusses the opportunity for energy collaboration between Australia and the rest of Asia.
Agneta Rising, director-general of the World Nuclear Association, discusses key nuclear safety challenges in Asia and shares her views on waste disposal methods and emerging technologies.
Richard discusses why most of our energy need to be sustainable before 2050. He also shares how a balance between developing sustainable energy and driving economic growth can be struck, as well as lessons on liberalising the energy sector that can be applied to Asia.
HE Suy Sem, Minister of Mines and Energy for Cambodia, discusses Cambodia’s plans to meet the increasing energy demand in its fast-growing economy in a sustainable manner, as well as the investment opportunities that are arising from this growth.
Dr Arun Majumdar, Jay Precourt Professor at Stanford University, discusses his energy research and shares his insights on how smart grid and energy efficiency technologies can be further improved.
According to KPMG, recent #oil and #gas market trends and longer term developments put Singapore in the middle of a high growth region: http://bit.ly/1KgWPt7
#Japan's latest proposal envisions #renewable sources supplying more power than #nuclear by 2030: http://bloom.bg/1ba6hT6
Japan anticipates that by 2030 clean energy such as solar and hydro will generate slightly more of the nation’s electricity than nuclear power plants. Clean energy sources will supply as much as 24 percent of Japan’s electricity in 15 years, while...
Agneta Rising, Director-General of the World Nuclear Association discusses the SIEW 2015 theme, "Global Energy Transitions". http://bit.ly/1E1kWqt
Japan could triple power generated from clean energy sources such as solar by 2030: http://bit.ly/1CrASC5
TOKYO — Japan has the potential by 2030 to triple the amount of electricity it gets from renewable sources such as solar and wind...
Richard Green, Professor of Sustainable Energy Business at the Imperial College London feels that most energy sources should be sustainable by 2050. Possible? Find out more: http://bit.ly/1zbMVs2
Richard discusses why most of our energy need to be sustainable before 2050.
We're all set for SIEW 2015 networking reception in Shanghai. Join us tomorrow from 3.30 pm to 6 pm at the JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai Tomorrow Square! http://bit.ly/1HmILij
Singapore International Energy Week Networking Reception, Shanghai Tuesday 28 April 2015 15:30 – 18:00 hrs Venue: JW Mariott Shanghai, Tomorrow Square, Meeting Rooms 2-4, Level 5 The Energy Market Authority (EMA) of Singapore is pleased to invite...
Affordable electricity price is underway in Dubai, with its solar energy park expected to start operating in 2017: http://bit.ly/1JqJi2a
Former UNEP executive director and UN Under-Secretary-General Klaus Töpfer highlights the potential of falling renewable-energy costs to transform production and consumption.
Ten investment priorities of refining and petrochemical companies that set industry leaders apart from the rest: http://bit.ly/1brZHID
The refining and petrochemical industry is in urgent need of operational excellence to elevate performance in the face of cost-cutting pressures.
[SAVE THE DATE] Join us in Shanghai for the SIEW 2015 networking reception. We will be there on 28 April 2015, from 3.30pm to 6pm at the JW Mariott Shanghai. RSVP now: bit.ly/1HmILij
Singapore International Energy Week Networking Reception, Shanghai Tuesday 28 April 2015 15:30 – 18:00 hrs Venue: JW Mariott Shanghai, Tomorrow Square, Meeting Rooms 2-4, Level 5.
A large part of energy security is about the infrastructure not just in Singapore, but within the region as well - Oliver Hsieh, Associate Director, Commodities Price Risk Management, KPMG. http://bit.ly/1HjkSZa
How does the energy infrastructure of neighbouring countries affect our energy security? Olivier Hsieh, Associate Director of Commodities Price Risk Management, KPMG, shares his thoughts.
Mr Yukiya Amano, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), shared about the impact of declining oil prices on the demand for nuclear power with BFM Radio. Listen to the podcast here: http://bit.ly/1DLw41o
Governments face an uphill battle convincing citizens the merits of building more nuclear reactors. Yukiya Amano, the Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency is tasked with changing pub...
What role does ASEAN play in promoting the international trade? Jonty Rushforth,Editorial Director of Platts Asian and Middle East Oil Markets shares his thoughts.
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