Energy for Tomorrow will take place on November 19–20, 2014 at the Grand Hyatt, Kuala Lumpur. Energy’s center of gravity is shifting decisively to Asia, with Southeast Asia’s energy demand expected to increase more than 80 percent by 2035. In this context, the pursuit of a low-carbon, efficient energy system to enhance energy security, affordability and sustainability is especially important.
Some of the most influential figures from the global energy community will convene to share best practices and discuss opportunities and challenges. The theme of the conference, “powering sustainable development,” reflects Malaysia’s intensified investment in clean energy and grid initiatives, which will also support a knowledge-based, innovation-driven developed nation.
The conference will explore which government policies, business models and investments will ensure a sustainable development path, and which strategic challenges and new business opportunities will arise as the region moves toward clean energy.
Renewable Energy Leaders Panel
Executives discuss the status and prospects of different types of renewable energies.
Head of Business Development,
Enel Green Power
Dr. Mohamed El-Ashry
United Nations Foundation
Anthony J. Jude
Chair, Energy Committee, Asian Development Bank
Dr. Eric Martinot
Senior Research Director, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies
Former President, Japan Wind Power Association and Visiting Professor, Nagoya University
Datuk Torstein Dale Sjøtveit
C.E.O., Sarawak Energy Berhad, Malaysia
Executive Vice President, Global Public Affairs, First Solar, Inc.
Venture Capitalists’ Roundtable
Leading venture capitalists share insights on where venture capital is beginning to flow in the clean energy space and where they see clean energy investment value growing.
Founder and Managing Partner, Armstrong Asset Management
Dr. K. K. Chan
C.E.O., Nature Elements Capital
Founding Managing Partner, Global Acceleration Partners
Chief Renewable Energy Specialist, International Finance Corporation
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