Energy Market Transition and its Impact on Stakeholders
It could be argued that the real driver of the renewable energy revolution is not government policy, or business risk-taking, or consumer demand. It is, quite simply, the reduction of costs to the point where renewables are bringing down costs of generating power to be comparable with the use of traditional fossil fuels. Supergrids are also being promoted for renewables, but these are very different conceptions, based on integrating numerous fluctuating sources in IT-empowered grids.
Energy market stakeholders are preparing now for what this Energy Transition means for their businesses. Asian countries rank poorly in the World Economic Forum Energy Transition Index (ETI). Regulators & Utilities are aware they need to adjust their strategies to support the Energy Transition and Competitive Market Regimes. This is a disruptive time for many energy market players. How does the ET impact customer choice? How should you be positioning your business for future growth?
We invite Singapore’s energy market stakeholders to participate in a free seminar run with the Singapore Manufacturing Federation. We feature speakers from across the energy value chain who share how they are preparing for the Energy Transition. This is an informal information sharing opportunity for anyone interested in learning about how technology and new business strategies will transform the sector. Enjoy our complimentary cocktails and networking.
Secure your seat today as spaces are strictly limited to 200 people!
What will you learn at this seminar?
You will learn how the ET impact customer choice and how to position your business for future growth.