Smart Grid Southeast Asia Forum 2014: A chance to explore the potentials of Southeast Asia Smart Grid
Start Date:21 Apr 14 End Date:23 Apr 14
Today, T&D utilities in Southeast Asia region are facing serious challenges: the fundamental shortage in electricity supply, poor tariff to recover the costs, lack of IT knowledge in human resources, technical & nontechnical losses and finance constrain for expansion. Deploying smart grid technologies might be a key to address those issues. However, in the process of developing smart grid, SEA’ T&D sector have a long way to go given that even in the West, developed countries had met challenges and problems while rolling out smart grid.
The Smart Grid Southeast Asia Forum 2014 (SGSAF 2014) is an event designed to answer those key questions.
How SEA’s T&D utilities leverage the pressing issues such as supply shortage and AT&C losses with the smart grid development?
What would be the effective business models and economic means for SEA’s T&D sector to develop SMART GRID?
How to consider the social and economic impacts for rolling out smart technologies in Southeast Asia Region?
We believe, with more experiences, vision and knowledge being shared, more discussion and debates being organized openly, SEA’s utilities would be able to find the different effective way to develop smart grids. SGSAF 2014 is ready for you to update industry information and to network with C-level executives in Bali Island, Indonesia on 21-23 April, 2014.
Event Invited Speakers & Panelists
Moch. Harry Jaya Pahlawan*, Chairman, The Indonesian Electrical Power Society (MKI), Indonesia
Nur Pamudji*, President Director, PT. PLN, Indonesia
Dr. Suroso Isnandar*, Secretary of Smart Grid Committee, PT. PLN, Indonesia
Benny Marbun Commercial*, Direcor, PT. PLN, Indonesia
Bambang Hermawanto*, Chairman, ASEAN Power Grid Consultative Committee, Indonesia
Suwat Chiochanchai, Deputy Governor, Provincial Electricity Authority, Thailand
Dr. Suthep Chimklai, Assistant Governor, Planning, The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), Thailand
Loo Kok Seng, Chairman of Smart Grid Committee, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Malaysia
Amir Mahmod Abdullah, GM of Revenue Management, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Malaysia
Le Viet Hung, Deputy Director Technical & Operational Department, Vietnam Electricity (EVN), Vietnam
Dr. Nguyen Viet Cuong, Technical Director, EVN NPT, Vietnam
Emmanuel Sotomil, Head, Metering National Grid Corporation, Philippines
Dr. Bartosz K. Wojszczyk, Chief Innovation Officer, Manila Electric Company (MERALCO), Philippines
Ashok Bhargava, Director, Energy Division, East Asia Division, Asia Development Bank
Ravi Seethapathy Manager of systems innovation & Advanced grid development, Hydro One Networks , Cannada
Francesco Marini, Head of Asia and Oceania Development Unit, ENEL, Italy
Shah Zulfiqar Haider, Energy & Smart Grid Expert, PEng, CEA, Bangladesh
Friedrich Schulte, Head of Research Development Technology, RWE, Germany
Rajesh Bansal, Vice President, BSES Rajdhani Power Limited, India
Simon Camroux, Manager Wholesale Markets Regulation, AGL Energy, Australia
Robert Tian, Vice President, Technology, Wasion Group, China
For more information on the agenda, full speaker line-up, networking opportunities and registration options, visit: http://www.smartgridsea.org
Contact the organizer and join the Southeast Asia Smart Grid endeavor!
Contact Name: Vickey Liu
Job Title: Customer Care Manager
Tel: 0086 21 55670232
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