Renewables will continue to play a primary role in the clean energy transition, especially in Asia Pacific. Collaboration between stakeholders will be key in accelerating the deployment of renewables and in driving investment opportunities for clean energy projects. New technologies in this space will need to be supported by policies for a smoother integration of renewables into the energy system.
The SIEW Energy Insights Webinar, held on 24 August in partnership with the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), gathered expert speakers to discuss the role of renewables in the latest energy transition, and ways to accelerate clean energy adoption through partnership and innovation.
Missed out on the webinar? Watch it on-demand to catch all the highlights from the presentations and a wide-ranging panel discussion:
- Edwin Khew, Chairman of SEAS, delivered his opening remarks highlighting key initiatives to drive clean energy developments in Singapore.
- In his keynote address, H.E. Dr. João Galamba, Deputy Minister and Secretary of State for Energy, Portuguese Republic, shared insights on Portugal’s renewable energy developments as part of the country’s sustainable growth trajectory.
- Dolf Gielen, Director of the Innovation and Technology Centre at the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), discussed key takeaways from IRENA’s World Energy Transitions Outlook 2021 report, highlighting how solar and wind power technologies are becoming the economic backbone of the energy transition.
- In a panel discussion moderated by Justin Wu, Head of Asia-Pacific at BloombergNEF, speakers from DNV, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), and the World Bank Group, joined H.E. Dr. Galamba and Mr Gielen to exchange views on the strategies, partnerships and policy support needed to promote clean energy deployment in Asia.
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World Energy Transitions – 1.5C Pathway. Presented by Dolf Gielen, Director, Innovation and Technology Centre, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
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