Connecting Asia's Solar & Storage Project Developers with Capital
Solar Finance & Investment Asia 2024 Summit Returns!
ASEAN member states have set a collective renewable energy capacity target of 35% by 2025 which is likely to not only be met but significantly surpassed. As of January 2024, the ASEAN region has an operating capacity of utility-scale solar power of 18 GW with a pipeline of utility-scale solar capacity of 72 GW either already in construction or development.
The ASEAN region has also outpaced the average global energy demand by 4%, making this a market hungry for energy. This growing demand can and should be met by the financing, investment and deployment of renewables.
While the opportunity to scale the finance, investment and deployment of solar in Southeast Asia and the mature Asian markets of the East are immensely attractive, the region also has headwinds to navigate. These include a growth in coal-fired power plant capacity to meet energy demands as an alternative to renewables, insufficient investment in strengthening grid infrastructure, policy uncertainty and potentially unambitious net-zero targets.
Returning after a short hiatus, the re-launched 8th Annual Solar Finance and Investment Asia Summit brings together the most influential leaders representing funds, banks, developers, utilities, government and industry across the Asia-Pacific region on a programme that is solutions-focused from top to tail.
How does the region scale the investment and deployment of solar ahead of 2050/2060 Net Zero Goals? How does the region attract a greater amount of domestic and international capital to fund the energy transition? What strategies are first-movers in the market deploying to get projects in the ground?
Join the rest of the industry to find out in September in Singapore!
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Key Themes for 2024
Scaling with 2050 Targets in View
Auctions, Regulation and Policy
Attracting Global Investment Partners
Emerging Asian Solar Markets
Grid Investment and Modernisation
Business Case for Co-located Storage
Alternative Financing for Renewables
Opportunities in Floating Solar
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