As the recent UN COP22 ended in Marrakech, industries seek to reduce their carbon emissions to support climate action. Key sectors in carbon reduction are power, energy, technology, utility & transport industries. In view, “Sustainable Energy & Technology Asia 2017” (SETA 2017) has been announced to be held during 8-10 March 2017 from 10:00 to 18:00hrs. at Hall 103 -104 BITEC, Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre, Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand.
Announced by a joint partnership among the Ministry of Energy. Chulalongkorn University, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Transport, and Ministry of Industry, the 2017 SETA will be held under the theme “Towards A Low-Carbon Society”; Highlighting the Trend of Hybrid & Electric Vehicles. Four major topics of discussion include energy policy and planning on electricity generating technologies for low-carbon emission, power for low-carbon transportation, smart city and green industry with the aim to drive and develop knowledge of energy and technology continuously. This year, the focus is on the trend of hybrid industry and electric cars.
In 2016, the same theme was projected and the event saw a whopping 5,000 plus visitors and delegates from 41 countries. With a doubled exhibition area for the 2017 exhibition, the event is set to attract over 10,000 visitors, and over 500 High-level executives & decision makers. . The exhibition space offers over 200 booths, hybrid zone and electric vehicle technology zone, solar cell zone, and smart city system zone from Tokyo and Bangkok including pavilions from 11 countries and international business partnering activities, such as Canada, Germany, Taiwan, Korea, China, Japan, India, Malaysia and Singapore, European Union (EU). Exhibiting at the upcoming SETA 2017 gives you an opportunity to build and enhance your company brand and image to key industry professionals while showcasing your products and services to key decision makers and influencers.
As networking has been a core component of the event, there will be over 20 hours of networking with stakeholders from all disciplines – cutting across both public and private sectors, manufacturers, power producers, academics, experts, manufacturers of renewable energy, bankers, investors from all sectors and public from both domestic and abroad. The SETA 2017 speakers include H.E.Gen. Anantaporn Karnchanarat, Minister of Energy, H.E.Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysi, Ms. Agneta Rising, Director General of World Nuclear Association, H.E.Mr.Shiro Sadoshima, Ambassador of Japan in Thailand.