16 - 19 March, 2020 | Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa, Singapore

Creating Intelligent Power Grids in Asia
Reinforcing Grid Reliability and Stability | Customer-Centric Smart Grids | Establishing Localised Power Supply

Southeast Asia is one of the fastest-growing energy markets in the world, and power demand in the region is projected to surge up to 60% by 2040. With the ability to control energy consumption in localised area and the availability of technology to enable smarter usage of electricity, the future of smart energy has now begun.

However, challenges such as grid reliability and stability in light of power disturbances due to natural disasters and and cyberattacks on the national grid, making the power grids more suited to customers’ increasingly complex electricity needs and localising reliable power supply to remote areas are still hindering the development of a smart electric grid.

Smart Grids & Microgrids Asia 2020 is therefore the destination for critical discussions to address these challenges through innovative discussions on reinforcing grid reliability and stability, shaping a customer-centric grid for consumers to empower their consumption choices, and establishing localized power supply to overcome power outages and enhance cybersecurity.

2020 Key Themes Include:

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Ensuring Reliable and Stable Energy Supply

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Understanding the Best Cyber Security Measures to Protect Power Grid Modernisation Efforts

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Shaping Customer-Centric Smart Grids to Empower Consumer Energy Choices

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Establishing Localised Power Supply through Microgrid Projects

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Identify Practical Strategies to Enhance Grid Infrastructure

Why Attend?

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Understand the Changing Energy Landscape in Asia and How Smart Grids Come to Play

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Identify Practical Strategies to Build a Solid Foundation to Drive Smart Energy  

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Discover Emerging Smart Grids and Microgrids Projects and Technology

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Network with Industry Disrupters and Leading Decision Makers across the Energy Ecosystem