‘Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Summit’ to take place in Bangkok May 15-17

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The conference agenda is future-focused, tackling critical themes that will define Asia’s energy future, including transitioning towards carbon neutrality and exploring alternative fuels like hydrogen and ammonia.

The Future Energy Asia Exhibition & Summit is scheduled to take place in Bangkok during May 15-17, 2024, serving as a practical catalyst to reshape the region’s energy landscape. The conference agenda is future-focused, tackling critical themes that will define Asia’s energy future, including transitioning towards carbon neutrality and exploring alternative fuels like hydrogen and ammonia.



Distinguished by active participation from key governmental bodies and global associations, the summit brings together representatives from the Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society, ENTEC, Energy Regulatory Commission of Thailand, MNRE, Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau, and ERRA. Their contributions to discussions will significantly impact regional energy policy, aligning industry advancements with sustainable energy goals. Timed amidst the urgent call for increased investments and collaborations, the event underscores the need to triple renewable energy capacity, accelerate low-emission technologies, and double the rate of energy efficiency.



Jointly organized by PTT and the Electricity Authority of Thailand, the exhibition, expected to host over 22,000 professionals and 350 exhibiting companies, promises to be a dynamic hub for innovation and investment in renewable energy and efficient systems. Industry leaders such as Auttapol Rerkpiboon (President and CEO, PTT) and Narsingh Chaudhary (President, Asia Pacific & India, Black & Veatch) highlight the collaborative nature of the event in tackling decarbonization goals and fostering discussions on industry challenges. In parallel, the Energy Regulators Forum (ERF) and Future Mobility Asia Exhibition and Summit will convene, adding depth to discussions around the trilemma of security, affordability, and sustainability in the energy sector and driving cross-sector collaboration to accelerate Asia’s mobility transition. (NNT)