This conference is in official partnership withthe Department of Energyof the Republic of the Philippines

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August 31-September 1, 2022Dusit Thani Manila, Philippines

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Energy Transition
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Net-Zero
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8 tracks over the 2-day course, this is the Philippines’ flagship event of the year,Bringing all stakeholders and project owners in the clean energy industry

Asia Clean Energy Conference is a series of events that are set to promote renewable energy development, featuring top international experts, policymakers, scientists, engineers, technology developers, and business practitioners addressing the most strategic issues of sustainable energy development and innovation.
The Philippine edition is the largest gathering of energy investment, solar, wind, geothermal, energy storage, Grid/Utility and Energy Storage, and Digital Energy industries in the country and Asia, it brings together an extensive alliance of renewable energy leaders for two days of networking, education, and innovation for the industry.
Key topics of the event include:*Energy Investment in the Philippines*Energy Decarbonization Path Talk*Energy Efficiency*Varies types of Renewable Energy Projects*Solar Energy Innovations*Energy Storage*Smart Grid / Smart Distribution*Technology Innovations*Energy Storage + Distributed Energy*Digital Connected Energy Network*Clean Electricity Retailing
There will be a small-scale exhibition and solutions showcasing available for solutions providers, it is the ideal platform to stay connected, and inspired with the industry peers as well as to promote your product and forge business partnerships.

Day One - Sept 1

    Market, Policy, Financing of Clean Energy
    Philippines Zero Carbon Energy Path
    Solar Projects, Solar Investment Partnership
    Solar Technology Innovations, Solutions

Day Two - Sept 2

    Renewable Energy
    Energy Storage 
    Energy Efficiency Innovations
    Digitalization for a Flexible Energy System
    Clean Electricity Retailing

Invited Speakers

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Sen. Win Gatchalian

Chairman of the Senate Committees on Basic Education and Energy
Senate of the Republic of the Philippines
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Hon. Floresinda Baldo-Digal

Commissioner-in-Charge
Energy Regulatory Commission of the Republic of the Philippines
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Michael Sinocruz

Officer-in-Charge, Director
Energy Policy and Planning Bureau of the Department of Energy 
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Dexter Raquel

Vice President, Technology and Development
Meralco PowerGen - Global Business Power
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David Evangelista

Senior AVP for Business Development
Vivant Energy Corporation
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Atty. Lila Aquitania

Special Counsel to Chairman of the Board
Philippine National Oil Company Group of Companies
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Alexander Ablaza

CEO of Climargy Inc.
Co-Chairman of Asia Pacific ESCO Industry Alliance, President of Philippines Energy Efficiency Alliance
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Karim Manuel Garcia

President and CEO of METPower Venture Partners Holdings, Inc.
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation
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Rex Lor

Head of Solutions Mapping
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
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Renato Redentor Constantino

Executive Director of Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities
Deputy Chair of the Expert Advisors of the Climate Vulnerable Forum
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Carlo Casem

President & CEO
Sogod Energy Inc.
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A.D. Villaos

President & CEO
COREnergy, Inc.
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Carlos Jose Gatmaitan

Chief Executive Officer of Institute of Corporate Directors
Former President and CEO of PNOC Renewables Corp., Director of the National Renewable Energy Board (NREB)
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Charles Navarro

Clean Energy Specialist
Asian Development Bank
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Diana Connett

Energy Specialist, Southeast Asia Department
Asian Development Bank
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Glenn Banaguas

Founder & President
Environmental and Climate Change Research Institute
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Benjamin Villacorte

Partner - Financial Accounting Advisory Services and Climate Change and Sustainability Services
SGV & Co.
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Ruth Yu-Owen

President
Upgrade Energy Philippines, Inc.
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Ruth Briones

Chairman and CEO
Greenergy Solutions Inc.
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Tetchi Capellan

President
SunAsia Energy Inc. Philippines

More energy thought leaders and subject matter experts will be invited for this two-day conference as speakers.

The event gathers some 1000+ Senior level experts,
decision makers and project owners from
Energy Investment and Energy Technology innovations Community

1000

Attendees

72%

Decision Makers

50+

Projects

200

Energy Companies

500

Online Attendees

Delegate Demography - By Business Nature

15%Energy Companies
9.2%Solar Investors
8%Wind Farms
11%Geothermal Projects
6.3%Utility firms
8.4%Government Bodies
3.7%Solutions Providers/ Consultants
7.5%Others

Delegate Demography - By Job Titles



80%CEOs & VPs/Director Level
5%Senior Project Managers
3%Climate Advocates
2%Researchers
5%Technology
5%Engineering


Draft Agenda

08:30

Philippines Energy Efficiency and Conservation Roadmap 2017-2024

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Representative from the Department of Energy

The Philippines Energy Efficiency and Conservation Roadmap 2017-2040 provides a framework for building an energy-efficient nation and in making energy efficiency and conservation a way of life for all Filipinos. Energy efficiency will advance the country's economic development and help ensure energy security, optimal energy pricing and sustainable energy systems.

09:05

Race to Net Zero, Asia's Clean Energy Investment Potential

PRESENTATION
Michael Sinocruz, OIC-Director, Energy Policy and Planning Bureau of the Department of Energy

A key reason for the adoption of net zero is the significant economic benefits conferred. In this session we will cover: what are the decarbonization challenges Asia is facing now? How to Assess Asia’s decarbonization investment potential? Asia's Decarbonization pathways and country breakdown; Economically, Going green is good business and what are the upcoming projects expected to 2025.

09:30

Policy & EcoSystem: Why Now it’s the best time to invest in the Philippines Renewable Energy Sector

PRESENTATION
Atty. Lila Aquitania, Special Counsel to Chairman of the Board, Philippine National Oil Company Group of Companies

In this talk, speaker will dissect the country‘s climate policy, energy decarbonization agenda, clean project promotion programs, opportunities for oversea investors and why Philippines has an opportunity to embrace the support of the private sector and the public, lead among its peers in the region, and chart a bold path toward a renewable energy future.

09:50

Panel Discussion: Funding & Financing your Clean Energy Projects in the Philippines

MODERATOR
To be announced

PANELISTS: Vivant Energy Corporation
In this session, some signature projects will be examined, and project owners, banks, financiers, investors and gov authorities to discuss how to help various types of clean energy project owners to work more closely together, effectively hosting or contributing financially to new renewable projects.

11:05

Panel Discussion: Philippines' Zero Carbon Energy Path

MODERATOR
Ruth Yu-Owen, President, Upgrade Energy Philippines, Inc.

PANELISTS: Aboitiz Power Corp., Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, Asia Development Bank, Energy Development Corporation
As the emission levels are growing at an increasing rate now, Philippines' energy system is becoming more carbon intensive to satisfy escalating energy demand caused by strong economic growth. This session we will invite climate expert, energy investors, zero carbon solutions provides to co-assesse how the growth of the Philippines can be made climate friendly through a detailed modeling approach that draws on extensive national stakeholder input in energy sector.

13:40

Solar’s Pivotal Role in Delivering on PH Climate Objectives

PRESENTATION
Dexter Raquel, Vice President, Technology and Development, Meralco PowerGen - Global Business Power

This session will investigate the capabilities of the PH solar industry in contributing to the considerable emissions reductions required to meet the country’s climate objectives, and discuss what further incentives are required to replace ITC in ensuring uptake. As well as the implications of pending legislation and will compare intergovernmental priorities – including coal phase down – within this context.

14:05

Investment & Projects: The Wave of Utility Scale Projects in the Philippines

PRESENTATION
Speaker to be announced

Industry observer will dissect the policy, investment promotional measures, and upcoming projects from 2022 to 2025.

14:30

ESG Panel Discussion: Measuring the value of solar projects beyond the megawatt hour

MODERATOR
To be announced

How can we measure the ESG impact of solar projects in terms of job creation, displacement of fossil fuels and emissions saved? This session will explore the new metrics that provide much needed visibility for investors on quantifiable benefits of individual projects.

15:50

Panel Discussion: Innovative solar technologies – what are the options for advancing low cost and reliable solar?

MODERATOR
To be announced


8:30

Opening Remarks

SPEAKER
Sen. Win Gatchalian, Chairman of the Senate Committees on Basic Education and Energy


09:05

Renewable Energy CEO Panel Discussion: Philippines' Renewable Energy Potential

MODERATOR
To be announced

PANELISTS: Aboitiz Power Corporation, Energy Development Corporation
The Philippines is considered a global leader in renewable energy as compared to its neighbors. The country, alongside Indonesia, has the highest concentration of geothermal power generation in Asia. In 2022, it adopted an ambitious plan aiming for 1.3 GW of renewable power capacity by 2030 and over 20 GW by 2040. In this panel discussion session, renewable energy project investors and developers will have a discussion with consultants on the advantages and challenges of the renewable energy transition in the Philippines.

10:40

Panel Discussion: How to Make Energy Storage a Successful Business Case

MODERATOR
To be announced

There are many challenges for running a storage systems, including the huge amount of fund needed as well as the policy risks. In this discussion, we will invite some investors and energe storage companies CEOs to look at the fundamentals of their success and dissect the trends and innovations that is expect to happen from 2022 to 2030 in energy storage sector. This will also discuss the EV,Green Hydrogen successful cases in the region.

13:40

Driving energy efficiency investments in the Philippines

PRESENTATION
Alexander Ablaza, CEO, Climargy, Inc.

Stepping up energy efficiency investments offers great opportunities for both the energy transition and a positive economic development. Well-designed Recovery Plans lead the way forward in using clean energy as an agent for economic revival. We present how to make clean energy investments happen at national and regional levels in the Philippines.

14:05

Panel Discussion: Energy flexibility for a clean and digital transformation

MODERATOR
To be announced

PANELISTS: Aboitiz Power Corporation
Increasing energy flexibility, digitalization and innovations in storage technologies offer interesting new solutions for industry. This session will discuss technological, standardization and policy needs to scale up digitalization for more flexibility in the system.

15:15

Using data to fuel the energy transition

PRESENTATION
Speaker to be announced

Digitalizing the energy system is a crucial step in achieving net zero. While this transformation is underway, there is currently a spotlight on the lack of data sharing and visibility of key information within the energy sector. In this sesion, the speaker will share how data science, including blockchain, is the future driving force of a high performing energy system.

16:10

Panel Discussion: The Future of Electricity Retailing and How We Get There

MODERATOR
To be announced

Technological change is eroding revenues from the traditional electricity retailing business model. However, many of these new technologies have the potential to create new products and revenue streams for electricity retailers. In this panel discussion, renewable energy specialist and grid operators will discuss all kind of retailing mode and its potential in Philippines especially Distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, and how it enhance the grid resiliency and enable net zero home, net zero offices.

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11:30 - 13:00, Red room

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12:00 - 13:20, Yellow room

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15:00 - 16:00, Blue room

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17:00 - 18:30, Green room

Top Reasons to Join the Event

To get inspired

Get inspired by those insightful presentations and inspire your clients by your solutions

To Sell Your Solutions

Present yourself and make sales with those project owners and utility companies

To Generate Deals

Generate leads (buyers) that are actually sourcing energy project partners

To Meet Clients

Meet over 300+ Energy Industry Decision Makers and Tech Experts

To Promote Your Brand

Educate the market and business decision-makers through presentations and panel discussion

To Showcase

Showcase your solutions, cases studies, project references directly to the corporate buyers

To Stay Connected

Connect with your peers, partnership, potential customers via this event

Event Sponsors

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    Ditrolic Solar Philippines Inc.

    Silver Sponsor

    Ditrolic Solar Philippines Inc. is a clean energy service company delivering total clean energy solutions. As a committed clean energy solutions provider, Ditrolic are constantly at the forefront in promoting sustainability, aiding organizations and communities in their vital efforts to reduce carbon emission. With its 360-degree clean energy solutions, Ditrolic provides solar energy and complete solutions to transform organizations into a carbon-neutral establishment.

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    Trina Solar Energy Development Pte Ltd

    Silver Sponsor

    Trina Solar Co., Ltd., founded in 1997, is mainly engaged in the research and development, production and sales of PV modules; power stations and system products; PV power generation, operation and maintenance services; development and sales of intelligent microgrids and multi-energy systems, as well as the operation of energy cloud platforms, etc., committing to lead the way in smart solar energy solutions for a net-zero future. Through constant innovation, Trina Solar continues to push the PV industry forward by creating greater grid parity of PV power and popularizing renewable energy. So far, Trina Solar’s SKL has set or broken 23 world records in terms of PV cell conversion efficiency and module output power.

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    GoodWe Power Supply Technology Co., Ltd.

    Vendor Support

    GoodWe is a world-leading PV inverter and energy storage systems manufacturer listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 688390). The company has more than 3,000 employees located in 20 different countries and a team of over 600 engineers working at its R&D centers to continuously optimize and advance energy storage technology. GoodWe storage inverters were ranked No. 1 globally by Wood Mackenzie in 2020, with over 15% market share and the company was ranked one of the world’s Top 10 inverter suppliers by IHS Markit. Having achieved over six consecutive TÜV Rheinland "All Quality Matters'' awards and consistently being ranked at the top in terms of overall product quality, GoodWe’s comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions for residential, commercial, and utility-scale PV systems is guaranteed to deliver high performance and reliable quality across the board.

Event Organizers and Institutional Partners

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    ESCOM

    Organizer

    As one of the largest B2B Conference Organizers in Asia, Escom Events possess 9 event brands that cover 10+ Asia countries. We do large-scale conferences usually ranging from 200 to 1000 attendees per event. All of our conferences are industry-focused and it is limited only to senior-level business executives and government officials. 

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    Global Zero Carbon Partnership

    Organizer

    Global Zero Carbon Partnership is dedicated to advocating policies that advance industry growth and development; facilitating innovations and investment in green initiatives, technologies, and services; and providing members with a broad network of professional contacts. CZCP is the leading recognized international voice of the global zero carbon and sustainability technology industry, whose members from over 40 countries and economies represent more than 20 percent of the world's top 500 companies.

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    Department of Energy

    Event Partner

    The Department is mandated by RA 7638 (Department of Energy Act of 1992) to prepare, integrate, coordinate, supervise and control all plans, programs, projects and activities of the Government relative to energy exploration, development, utilization, distribution and conservation.

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    Energy Utilization Management Bureau

    Event Partner

    The Energy Utilization Management Bureau formulate and implements policies, plans, programs and regulations on new energy technologies, alternative fuels and the efficient, economical transformation, marketing and distribution of conventional and renewable energy resources, and ensures efficient and judicious utilization of conventional and renewable energy resources.

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    Renewable Energy Management Bureau

    Event Partner

    The Renewable Energy Management Bureau formulate and implement policies, plans and programs related to the accelerated development, transformation, utilization and commercialization of renewable energy resources including emerging energy technologies.

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    Philippine Solar and Storage Energy Alliance

    Event Partner

    The Philippine Solar and Storage Energy Alliance or formerly known as the Philippine Solar Power Alliance is a non-profit organization that was established in 2010. PSSEA is known to be highly active in policy consultations on Implementing Rules and Regulations of the Renewable Energy Law.

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    Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance

    Event Partner

    The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) convened private and public-sector energy efficiency market stakeholder entities in April 2016 as a non-stock, non-profit civil society organization, building on the 11-year history of the Energy Service Companies Association of the Philippines (ESCOPhil) established in May 2005 with DOE support, and its successor, the Philippine Association of Energy Service Companies.

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    Institute of Corporate Directors

    Event Partner

    The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is a non-stock, not-for-profit organization dedicated to professionalizing corporate directorship and raising the corporate governance standards of the Philippines. ICD was established in the aftermath of the Asian financial crisis by former Philippine Finance Secretary Dr. Jesus P. Estanislao, the institute's Chairman Emeritus, to establish and promote higher corporate governance standards in the Philippines. 

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    Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, Inc.

    Event Partner

    The Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines is your best business partner in the Philippines and
    is committed to help and support businesses through active B2B networking events, trade missions,
    exhibitions, trainings, seminars and dedicated business support services. The Italian Chamber of
    Commerce in the Philippines was established in 2011 with the aim to facilitate business relationship
    between Italy and the Philippines. It is a non-profit organization that provides a continuous forum for its
    members, which can identify, examine and discuss matters of common interest affecting economic,
    industrial and commercial objects. It constantly works in order to realize in the most efficacious way the
    goals of its members.

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    French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines, Inc.

    Event Partner

    Established in 1988, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines is a non-profit and self-sustaining organization. Its mission is to serve our members (over 140) and enhance business relations between France and the Philippines. Located in the business district of Makati, the Chamber provides a wide range of business support services to better approach the French and Filipino market. As one of the core leaders and forefront runners in pioneering the institution of the French Community in the Philippines. The Chamber continuously perseveres to strengthen and boost the links between the members of our network. By establishing prestigious events every year to promote this community and expand our network on a more global scale while showcasing France and the Philippines.

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    European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines

    Event Partner

    The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is a bilateral foreign chamber that promotes European interests in the Philippines and vice versa. As a membership organization with over 700 members among its ranks and a strong partnership with the government, the ECCP offers a strong business network that holds great potential in translating to tangible business opportunities. The Chamber strives to make its members’ viewpoints heard on economic and business issues, legislative measures, and administrative regulations.

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    China Energy Investment Corporation

    Event Partner

    With the approval of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council, China Energy Investment Corporation (China Energy) was formally established on November 28, 2017, following the merger of China Guodian Corporation and Shenhua Group, both Fortune Global 500 companies. Ranked 108th among the Fortune Global 500 in 2020, the Corporation is a key state-owned enterprise (SOE) directly supervised by the central government and a pilot state-owned capital investment company.

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    The Manila Times

    Exclusive Media Partner

    The Manila Times is the country’s oldest and longest-running newspaper. Established in 1898, it is an ideal platform for enterprises to get their message across to potential clients anywhere in the Philippines or abroad where the internet is available. It boasts having strong editorial, advertising, and production teams whose work experience and professionalism measure up to international standards.

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    Envision

    Series Event Partner

    Envision Energy Co. Ltd. manufactures and distributes wind power generation equipment. The Company produces wind power generation motors, generators, and other products. Envision Energy markets its products in across worldwide.

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    IPCC

    Series Event Partner

    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change. The IPCC provides regular assessments of the scientific basis of climate change, its impacts and future risks, and options for adaptation and mitigation.

Format of the Event

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Exhibition

20+ solutions providers technology companies from around the world gather to display their latest cyber solutions. Additionally, governmental bodies present their cybersecurity programs and initiatives.

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Conference

Heads of central banks, gov officials, C-level executives, entrepreneurs, fintech experts,, and other top-tier representatives and officials have a unique opportunity to participate in panels, and stand-alone slots on a variety of topics concerning the retail banking sector

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1 to 1 Partnering

Sponsors will receive a delegate list one week prior the event with the attendees name and job titles, and selected sponsors are privileged to make a wish-list of their potential clients, we will pre-arrange those one to one meetings and it will be conducted in a private room

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Networking

Extensive networking Opportunities at this summit including speed dating, gala lunch, tea break session, cocktail party. A Must attend event to connect, engage with your corporate buyers and join discussions about the most relevant trends in cybersecurity.

Dusit Thani Manila, Philippines

1223 Epifanio de los Santos Ave, Makati, 12242 Metro Manila

Join the Event

VIP Pass

Free Admission

Limited for Gov, Associations, Energy Project owners, investors, utility companies, consultants, EPC contracts

Sponsorship

Promote your solutions

Speaking SlotExhibiting BoothOne to One Meetings with selected delegatesDelegate Contact ListBranding/ Marketing

Vendor Delegate Pass

900 USD/person

Access to the 2-day Event ProgramNetwork with Energy Industry Leaders,Project Developers, EPC Contractors,Policy Makers, and Clean Energy AdvocatesLunch Buffet, Refreshments, Tea Sessions

I am happy with the result of the event, we have a lot of high profile attendees, some are from end user side, some from business partner side and there was a lot of learning from the speakers and we look forward to more of this kind of opportunities.

Leonard Zapa, Market Development Manager, HP INC