Seeking a low-carbon future in Asia
More than 10,000 energy and mobility professionals from over 50 countries will convene to contribute to Asean's energy transition and clean mobility transformation during "Future Energy Asia 2022" and "Future Mobility Asia 2022", which will take place at Bitec, Bang Na-Trat Road, from July 20-22.
Organised by the Ministry of Energy in collaboration with EGAT and PTT, this is a unified platform for product and solution showcases, impactful dialogues and networking opportunities to support the energy and mobility transitions towards a cleaner sustainable pathway.
As a leading energy transition exhibition and summit, "Future Energy Asia" will gather top-level stakeholders in the gas, LNG and renewables sectors. It will showcase global products, solutions and technologies from top players in four industry zones "Hydrogen", "Gas, LNG and Carbon Capture As Low Carbon Solutions", "Grid Technologies And Digitalisation" and "Renewables (Solar, Wind, Energy Storage)".
"Future Mobility Asia", meanwhile, represents a comprehensive showcase of clean transport mobility concepts, technologies and innovations. Participants will get access to the clean mobility value chain including passenger and commercial vehicle original equipment manufacturers, aftermarket suppliers, battery, energy storage, charging infrastructure providers and enabling technology. Participating companies include PTT, PTTEP, Cheniere, Dassault Systemes, SEA Electric, Babcock & Wilcox, EVIomo, Baker Hughes, Hexagon, Schneider Electric, Nogaholding and Zeiss.
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The conferences on all three days will feature multi-stream strategic commercial and technical content with over 200 speakers from across the integrated energy and mobility value chain.
With the theme "Decarbonising Asean's Energy Transition and Transformation", "Future Energy Asia" will advance the Asean region towards a secure, affordable and low-carbon energy future, in line with the net-zero mission.
Concurrently, "Future Mobility Asia" will propel Asean's mobility towards an electric, autonomous, connected and shared future, placing Asean at the centre stage of global clean mobility dialogues and thought leadership.
There is no admission fee to attend the exhibitions but registration is required.