- Join more than 4,000 policy and topic leaders and explore the impact an increasing global need for alternative energy will have on the industry
- H.E. Dan Jørgensen, Minister, Climate, Energy and Utilities, Denmark and Gauri Singh, Deputy director general, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Sub-Headline 2 [List of 2-3 best known speakers]
SINGAPORE, Sept. 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Policymakers, energy experts, business leaders, academics and scientists from major corporations, energy, finance and utilities will congregate online and in-person at Economist Impact‘s Future of Energy Week from September 19th – 21st 2022.
85% of energy used in the Asia-Pacific comes from fossil fuels, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency. Immediate action to reduce this is required. The public and private sectors will need to do much to accelerate the move to renewable sources if the region is to meet targets, cut emissions and maintain sustainable economic growth. What does this mean for organisations, consumers, and investors in the region? Find out if emissions targets translate into tangible roadmaps for organisations to follow. Explore how countries in other regions will follow suit and what measures are needed to ensure the energy transition is fair.
Economist Impact’s hybrid event will gather policymakers, energy experts, business leaders, academics and scientists to discuss the status and effects of the energy transition in the Asia-Pacific, along with the region’s role in defining the pace and scale of this global transformation.
Chaired by The Economist Group’s editors, the event features senior expert speakers including:
- Roberto Cingolani, Minister, Ecological Transition, Italy
- Guy Barnett, Minister, Energy and Emissions Reduction, Government of Tasmania, Australia
- Dan Jørgensen, Minister, Climate, Energy and Utilities, Denmark
- Arifin Tasrif, Minister, Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia
- Kanni Wignaraja, UN assistant secretary-general, assistant administrator and director of the regional bureau for Asia and the Pacific, UNDP
- Gauri Singh, deputy director general, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
- Faustine Delasalle, vice-chair, Energy Transitions Commission
- Tim Gould, chief energy economist, International Energy Agency
- Law Gee Yong, director policy and planning, Energy Market Authority
- Nikki Kemp, director, sustainable development investment partnership (SDIP) ASEAN hub, World Economic Forum
- Abdul Razib bin Dawood, chief executive, Energy Commission Malaysia
- Akira Yabe, director general, energy system and hydrogen unit, Technology Strategy Centre (TSC), (NEDO), Japan
- Brian Yutko, vice president and chief engineer, sustainability and future mobility, Boeing
- Iris Chang, regional head, sustainability, Grab
- Jon Penrice, president, Asia Pacific, Dow
- Juho Lipponen, co-ordinator, Clean Energy Ministerial CCUS Initiative
- Lam Wee Shann, chief innovation and technology officer, Land Transport Authority
- Michael Williamson, section chief, energy division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
- Pratima Rangarajan, chief executive, Oil and Gas Climate Initiative Climate Investments
- Rebecca Williams, global head, offshore wind, Global Wind Energy Council
- Xiaoliang Yang, country manager, China, Global CCS Institute
- and many more
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