Date: 26-27 June 2008
Venue: Plaza Athenee Bangkok, Thailand
Fuel prices are going nowhere but up, green house gas emissions have increased by more than 20 percent over the past decade, and energy is becoming a scarce commodity which will sustain the development of rapidly expanding economies in Asia. Where is cogeneration in this big picture?
Energy efficiency, reliability, supply security, cost savings and emission reductions are some of the benefits offered by combined heat and power generation (CHP) or cogeneration. In the region’s search for non-conventional power source, cogeneration offers the best possible solution to a sustainable energy. Residues (heat, steam, biomass, etc.) from industries which will otherwise be wasted can be utilized to produce energy. In Asia’s market of ready and available resources, there are massive potential to develop more CHP projects. But CHP development is only as far as the policies, incentives, and technologies will take them.
Cogeneration Asia 2008 takes you to the issues and drivers of CHP development in Asia – centralized vs. decentralized energy, energy efficiency and conservation, fuel diversity and security, clean energy, and emission reductions.
Hear from our panel of experts pooled from Asia and the world as they tackle CHP developments around the region, share best practices and case studies, and get you more involved in this clean and efficient energy business.
Meet experts and key contacts who will share information and case studies on the recent CHP developments in Asia: