Riding upon consecutive waves of success since its inception in 2016, SETA 2018 again promises to be a strong and significant platform to address the trends, issues and challenges in the realm of Sustainable Energy and Technology. That it is organized in Thailand – at the hub of ASEAN and Asia Pacific – further underlines its importance and timeliness. The region of Asia Pacific – comprising the mature economies of ASEAN, the emerging players of the CLMV cluster, and most significantly the mammoth markets of China, India and Thailand – ranks the highest in global energy consumption. Accelerated by rapid city development, industrialisation, evolving demographics, and committed to the universal campaign on climate change, the region is poised to explore revolutionary energy solutions that are secure, cost effective and efficient. Against such a backdrop therefore, the region presents a vast potential for economic investment, in energy and its peripheral solutions. In one of its projections, The World Energy Outlook estimated that around US$8.3 trillion is needed to improve energy efficiency in the main infrastructures of transport, buildings and industry.
SETA 2018 sets the stage to discuss these key issues.
With 4 main topics:
A resounding success, SETA 2017’s multi-streamed conference was attended by some 1200 delegates comprising high level policy makers from government agencies, key players from stake holders of both the public and private sectors, industry suppliers, as well as the academia. Themed “Towards a Low Carbon Society” SETA 2017 saw a highly collaborative dialogue between the government and private sectors, on a full spectrum of dynamic topics — from current strategic policies and planning to emerging sustainable energy alternatives for low carbon electricity generation, green solutions for transport, logistics and the ‘smart city’ planning. In parallel with the conference, some 97 companies and organizations playing lead roles in the energy industry in Thailand and across the region, showcased cutting edged solutions to spearhead the age of sustainable energy to over seven thousands trade and professional visitors.
Consolidates Innovative Energy Technologies
Maintaining this momentum, SETA 2018 is themed Consolidates Innovative Energy Technologies primarily to focus on the need for innovative leading edge technologies that will meet the imminent change toward sustainable energy, and practical solutions that can point the way for the public and private sectors to work together successful implementation. To set the direction and content of this landmark event, SETA 2018 will kick off with a high level CEO Energy Forum – where policy and decision-makers will share their outlooks on strategic energy policy and planning, whilst industry icons will talk about the foreseeable dynamics of the energy industry in the near future.
Taking centre-stage is the 3-day SETA multi-stream conference that will see energy industry leaders expound on the state of the art expertise and technology that support the energy mix trend in particular innovative Renewable Energy solutions that would bridge the full spectrum of energy production, distribution and consumption : in the key infrastructures of transportation, industry and city planning.
The SETA 2018 exhibition promises a comprehensive showcase of country pavilions, displays from industry giants, and trade and professional stake-holders to present their initiatives and on-going projects. Special themed zones provide a peak into revolutionary energy concepts of the future such as Smart Urbanisation , Future Energy and Fuel Cell Technology and many more. Other activities that will add greater depth and content to SETA 2018 includes a cluster of multi co-located events and a dynamic business matching facility.
Be a part of SETA 2018! As Asia Pacific’s premier energy event it plays a significant role to facilitate a new wave of change imminent in the realms of energy and the environment. At SETA you will have an opportunity to > insight into ground breaking technologies that would sustain affordable, effective and safe energy not only for infrastructural development, but perhaps more importantly for a better quality of life > gain perspectives and initiatives toward mitigating global change and > tap into the investment potential and explore opportunities in the myriad of innovative technologies that will sustain new energy solutions in the very near future.