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Energy leaders discussed impact of new energy realities at SIEW 2016

Energy leaders discussed impact of new energy realities at SIEW 2016

The Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) last week brought together more than 13,000 delegates from the industry, governments and international organisations from over 60 countries to discuss critical issues impacting the global energy landscape.

04 November 2016
Safety and public trust high on ASEAN’s nuclear agenda

Safety and public trust high on ASEAN’s nuclear agenda

Ensuring nuclear safety is the responsibility of all countries, said experts at a roundtable hosted by the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) on “Nuclear Safety and Cooperation in ASEAN” at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).

31 October 2016
Power sector needs to increase cyber resilience

Power sector needs to increase cyber resilience

As cybersecurity threats increase in sophistication and reach, the power generation sector needs to increase its resilience against cyber-attacks, and enhance its cyber defence capabilities, said Dr Philip Andrews-Speed, Senior Principal Fellow, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore (NUS), while speaking at a SIEW 2016 roundtable entitled “Cybersecurity Strategies in Power Generation: Defence or Resilience”.

28 October 2016
How ASEAN can achieve a 23% renewable energy supply by 2025

How ASEAN can achieve a 23% renewable energy supply by 2025

Achieving a 23 per cent share of renewables in ASEAN’s primary energy supply by 2025 requires a concerted effort from its member states, said panellists at a roundtable hosted by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) at Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).

28 October 2016
The future of ASEAN-China engagement and the impact on energy investments

The future of ASEAN-China engagement and the impact on energy investments

Against the backdrop of a slowing Chinese economy and evolving political relationships between China and Southeast Asian countries, panellists at the ASEAN-China Energy Security and Connectivity roundtable at SIEW 2016 explored how China’s One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative could contribute to future developments in - and increase engagement with – Southeast Asia.

28 October 2016
Extracting value out of smart multi-energy systems

Extracting value out of smart multi-energy systems

Emerging information and communication technologies (ICT) are providing opportunities to integrate disparate energy systems and allowing industry to monetise their assets through optimisation, said Dr Sanjay Chittaranjan Kuttan, Program Director of the Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N), during a roundtable on “Smart Multi Energy Systems: Challenges and Opportunities” at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW).

28 October 2016
Towards a unified Southeast Asian grid in the next decade

Towards a unified Southeast Asian grid in the next decade

“Regional integration can help balance the energy trilemma” said Matthew Wittenstein, Electricity Sector Analyst, International Energy Agency (IEA), during a roundtable hosted by IEA at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) on “Power Sector Integration in Southeast Asia”.

28 October 2016
Funding options, SEAS MOU among highlights at ACES 2016

Funding options, SEAS MOU among highlights at ACES 2016

Robust discussions on how demand for capital by the renewable energy sector in Asia continues to outstrip supply coupled with a strategic incubation deal between the Sustainable Energy Association (SEAS) and Hungary's key electricity provider which grabbed the spotlight on the second day of Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES) 2016.

27 October 2016
The transformation of traditional energy market models

The transformation of traditional energy market models

Intermittent energy supply is creating real challenges for traditional energy market models, said Tony Wood, Energy Programme Director at the Grattan Institute, during a roundtable hosted by Grattan Institute at Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) on “The Future Electricity Grid: Challenges and Opportunities”.

27 October 2016
EEI’s International Division Releases New Book on Financing  Asia’s Electric Power Industry for 2035

EEI’s International Division Releases New Book on Financing Asia’s Electric Power Industry for 2035

The Edison Electric Institute’s (EEI’s) International Division released a new book, Financing Asia’s Electricity Sector 2035: Making it Happen, featuring 20 essays from leading experts on the outlook and opportunities for energy in Asia. The book was released at EEI’s Asian Energy Financial and Investment Conference, held during Singapore International Energy Week.

27 October 2016
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