Moving forward with a target of achieving 25% of energy from renewable resources by 2021 from its current 10.4% contribution, Thailand is all set to create a dynamic knowledge-based exchange platform under the flagship event Sustainable Energy & Technology Asia 2016 (SETA 2016). The three-day international conference and exhibition, under the aegis of the Ministry of Energy (MoEN) of Thailand, will aim to align the ten developing country members of Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) towards a collective vision of ‘Securing Asia’s Energy Future’ with respect to the environment.
This is a big step for Thailand in charting to its own growth trajectory and building an enabling policy and investment environment. Japan and emerging economies of Asia such as China and India have already unfolded their intent towards extensive use of renewables and energy efficient technologies in order to mitigate carbon-emissions. Pushing for the change in outlook, Dr.Twarath Sutabutr, Director of EPPO and Co-Chairman of SETA2016 said, ‘In recent times, the big Energy evaluation of the world is changing. Thailand must adapt and go after fast changing technologies such as smaller modules of power plant, enhanced use of clean technology, advance electrical vehicle technology, etc. Overall, we need to inculcate a stronger sentiment for green and environment concerns along with the other developing and emerging Asian economies.”
35% of Thailand’s energy is consumed by the Transport sector while 37% is consumed by the Industrial sector. In a show of complete solidarity, Ministry of Energy of Thailand will cooperate with Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Transport and Nuclear Society of Thailand to facilitate a comprehensive participation at SETA 2016 and to attract leading academicians, owners of green, affordable and efficient technologies, investors and power utilities. This will also help to broaden discussions; lead to a sustainable technology development path; establish the roadmap for achieving energy independence; drive economic integration and advance cross-border collaboration.
With a budget of over 30 million baht, the premier edition of SETA is expected to attract more than 5,000 delegates and visitors during 23-25 March 2016. Focus will be on Energy Policy Planning, Electrical Systems Technology, Transportation and Alternative Fuels and Sustainable Green Energy such as Biogas and Biomass, Solar Wind, Geothermal, Tidal, etc
About SETA 2016
The Sustainable Energy & Technology Asia (SETA) 2016 is Thailand’s premier initiative to host a 3 – day International Exhibition and Conference at BITEC, Bangkok Thailand. The event will play a defining role to promote favourable policies for up scaling investments in renewable energy and driving regional economic integration. With the theme committed towards ‘Securing Asia Energy Future’, SETA 2016 will make Thailand the focal point for energy and technology industry partners to meet, contribute and share information amongst ASEAN, China, Japan and India. SETA 2016 is Co-organised by the Ministry of Energy of Thailand and Nuclear Society of Thailand. It is also endorsed by the Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Science & Technology of Thailand, and supported by leading partners including EGAT, EGCO, Metropolitan Electricity Authority, PTT Group, RATCH, SCG, SIEMENS, TCEB and more.
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Source: Sustainable Energy & Technology Asia 2016 (SETA 2016)