The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) is setting up the Singapore Pavilion at the Clean Energy Expo Asia (CEEA) and Energy Effiiciency Asia (EEA) 2013 with Grant Funding covering up to 50% booth costs for Singapore based corporate exhibitors. SEAS also offers exhibiting companies business matching and engagement services, fully maximizing the exhibitors' business opportunities throughout the event. The Expo will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from 25 – 27 September 2013.
The Event CEEA / EEA 2013
The 5th Clean Energy Expo Asia will be held at the Centara Grand and Bangkok Convention Centre. In partnership with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the 2012 Expo brought together 2,000 clean energy industry players. Over 100 global thought leaders spoke on cutting-edge topics at the conference, workshops and techtalks, drawing participants from close to 30 countries.
Exhibitors at CEEA / EEA 2013 include companies and affiliated businesses in the renewable energy, energy efficiency, green building, smart grid and sustainable mobility. Companies have the opportunities to meet project developers, policy makers, manufacturers, financiers, technology solution providers etc, in Thailand and South East Asia.
Take part under the Singapore Pavilion. You will get
1. Discounts on Booths
2. Up to 50% Reimbursement on booth costs
3. Conference Pass (worth S$1,200)
4. 45-min presentation slot
Background on Thailand Renewable Energy Sector
Opportunities abound for Singapore companies interested in Thailand’s RE and EE market. Under the Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP) 2012-2021, the Government of Thailand is committed to developing Thailand’s energy to be of 25% renewable sources by 2022, from its current 8%, aiming to increase renewable energy capacity from 7,413ktoe in 2012 to 25,000ktoe in 2021.
The actual investment in RE in Thailand totaled $700m in 2011, an increase of 320% from the previous year. Incentives from the Board of Investments are in place for the RE/EE sectors, including:
Under the ESCO fund, the Government of Thailand has committed $100mil to development of RE and EE. The Clean Technology Fund (CTF) of $4.3bil will also fund large-scale clean energy investments and innovation financing schemes in Thailand over the next 4-6 years.
Recent projects on RE are on the rise, including Areva’s $17m investment in a Biomass Power Plant and Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) $4m investment in a biogas gasification plant in Thailand. Regional expansion of Thai firms also sees SPCG’s plan to construct $4.7m solar farms in Myanmar and TTCL securing $50m solar power plants in Malaysia and Thailand.
For more information or registration for the trade show, please call 6338 8578 or email enterprise(at)seas.org.sg
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|Clean Energy Expo Asia / Energy Efficiency Asia 2013||25-Sep-2013 08:00:00||27-Sep-2013 05:00:00|