ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2019

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BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand


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Thailand is one of the most progressive countries for energy sources in Asia. At the centre of it is ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2019 which will provide unbeatable regional business platforms and meeting points for manufacturers to showcase their latest technology to buyers and policy makers in the region. ASE 2019 is a combination of four unique events:

ASEAN Sustainable Energy Week 2019
will feature the very latest innovative energy sources along with cutting-edge machinery and equipment from over 1,500 of the world’s leading brands from 35 countries and 12 National Pavilions including Israel, Czech Republic, Germany, China, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan and Korea. The 2019 show is set to welcome more than 27,000 top buyers from 45 countries.

Renewable Energy Asia 2019
ASEAN’s Largest Renewable Energy Technology Exhibition and Conference.

Show Details:
Focuses on the latest Renewable Energy programs, trends and development, including green energy opportunities for entrepreneurs.

Show Description:
The show highlights Renewable Energy sources and the latest technology in this area. Wind & Solar Power are among the many systems & programs featured along with Thermal and Waste-to-energy, Hydo-powered programs, Bio-mass and other green technology also covered. Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Clinics staffed by experts are conducted at the show.


The future of renewable energy in Thailand is steadily advancing and the country has now established itself as ASEAN’s prime energy hub. It is one of the first countries in the region to adopt an action plan to promote sustainable energy production while actively encouraging alternative energy investment.

Thailand is now one of the most progressive countries for energy sources in Asia. The country has the aim of sharing renewable energy for electricity, heat and biofuels by up to 40% of the country’s production. All this is projected to be accomplished by the year 2036. The Kingdom is already the leader in solar and wind power in Southeast Asia.

In order to strengthen Thailand’s long-term energy security and global economic competitiveness the country is firmly committed to developing alternative energy capabilities. This policy emerged at the national level as the Alternative Energy and Development Plan (AEDP), a 10 year initiative (2012-2021) to better diversify and build a more sustainable energy sector. The breakdown of the sources is as follows - solar, wind, hydro-power, bio-energy (biomass, bio-gas, MSW), biofuels (ethanol, bio-diesel, new alternative diesel fuel, and new energy sources (tidal, geothermal).

The target will mean the country’s total renewable power-generating capacity will be 40,000 megawatts (MW) by 2036. This will necessitate a true national effort with greater participation in new projects by private firms, aside from state utilities. As the region’s renewable energy leader, Thailand presents a huge business opportunity which is why RENEWABLE ENERGY 2019 (REA) is such an important part of your marketing plan.