Agenda Posted for Renewable Energy Markets Asia : 28 April 2020

19 02 2020 | 12:25

Agenda Posted for Renewable Energy Markets™ Asia

28 April 2020 | Sofitel Singapore City Centre


The agenda is now posted for REM™ Asia, with more speakers added every day. Panels and plenary sessions are designed to inform, foster discussion, and lay the foundation for productive conversations long after the conference is over.



REM™ Asia is a one-day event that will feature keynotes and panel discussions offering in-depth exploration of key issues affecting the advancement of Asian voluntary renewable energy markets. It will be the catalyst for regional market development for decades to come. Join the discussion on 28 April and help drive Asia's clean energy revolution:

  • Power Table. Don't miss this lively and informative conversation among major regional players regarding the highly dynamic landscape for voluntary renewable energy markets and market growth opportunities in Asia.
  • Global and Regional Trends in Voluntary Renewable Energy Procurement. The voluntary market is one of the most complex and dynamic sources of renewable energy demand in the world. This presentation will focus on recent trends in regional and global demand for renewable energy, including product and purchaser types. The panel will also feature a spotlight on regional development of energy attribute certificate systems in Asia.
  • Country Spotlight: Singapore. This session puts Singapore’s renewable energy policy, procurement models, and pricing in the spotlight. Panelists will highlight market trends, case studies, future demand drivers, and existing barriers to entry that define the current Singaporean renewable energy environment.
  • Renewable Energy Buyers Perspectives and Insights. Renewable energy commitments continue to grow in many regions based largely on demand from local and multinational corporations. This panel will examine what it takes to set aggressive targets, and the emerging opportunities and challenges for companies procuring renewable energy in Asian markets.
  • Important Regional Policy Updates Impacting Voluntary Markets. Feed-in tariffs, supplier quotas, carbon policy, purchaser obligations, and restructuring markets—Asia is flush with policies that affect the supply, demand, and procurement possibilities for corporate and residential consumers alike. This panel will highlight the current policy environment in key regional markets, including the role of national and provincial governments in supporting voluntary markets.
  • New Procurement Models and Innovation to Unlock Demand. While tracking energy attribute certificates (EACs) are important to making legitimate renewable energy claims, so too are the transaction models that fit customer needs. This panel will tackle new power purchase agreement (PPA) opportunities, utility product offerings, EAC marketplaces, and peer-to-peer transactions that are emerging throughout Asia.


Don’t miss this chance to join the conversation driving Asia’s clean energy revolution






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