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                                                Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

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Jointly organized by
expo asia
    Clean Energy Expo Asia is a unique trading and knowledge-sharing platform bringing together the
    leading players in the Technology, Services, Finance and Government sector to address key issues
    in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainable development in the Asia Pacific

Singapore International Energy Week - An Extended Outreach
Clean Energy Expo Asia (CEEA) is part of this year’s Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW), a platform for policy makers,
academics and industry players to exchange ideas on energy options and strategies for the future. Participants at CEEA will get
the chance to meet and mingle with participants at SIEW. For details on the calendar of activities, please visit

Country Pavilions - An International Marketplace for Clean Energy
Leading clean energy organizations will be showcasing their technologies, services and financing solutions under the following

Australia Pavilion                China Pavilion                     Europe Pavilion                   India Pavilion

Indonesia Pavilion                Japan Pavilion                     Korea Pavilion                    Singapore Pavilion
Exhibitor TechTalks –                                   Networking Opportunities –
Showcase Cutting-edge                                   Rub Shoulders with Industry Leaders
Technologies and Solutions                              Meet the who’s who in the clean energy industry. Leading clean
                                                        energy organisations from around the world will be exhibiting at the
Join in-depth tutorials and hands-on demonstrations     Trade Fair and speaking at the Conference. Enjoy networking lunches,
conducted by our exhibitors. Find out what exciting,    evening cocktails and other business match-making opportunities.
sustainable energy options are already available or
will soon be available to the public.                   SIEW Networking Reception
                                                        18 November 2009, 6pm – 8pm
Some of the exhibitors you can expect to meet           Shangri-La Hotel
include Advon Singapore, Asia Carbon Global,            Sponsored by: Senoko
Bioenergy Plantations, Det Norske Veritas, EnEd Asia,
Embassy of Brazil, Eurolite Technologies, Greenova      19 November 2009, 6.30pm – 8pm
Technologies, Huber + Suhner (Singapore), New           Shangri-La Hotel
Energy Finance, Phoenix Solar, Seawind Asia, Solar      Sponsored by: Power Seraya
Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS), Asian
Development Bank.                                       Sembcorp Industries Sponsored Lunch
                                                        19 November 2009, 12:30pm – 2pm
                                                        Shangri-La Hotel
                                                        Sponsored by:
Power-packed Conference –
                                                        Tuas Power Ltd. Sponsored Lunch
For the Industry, by the                                20 November 2009, 12:30pm – 2pm
                                                        Shangri-La Hotel
Industry                                                Sponsored by:

The conference program, developed in partnership
with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and
Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
will cover financing opportunities and market trends,
                                                        Career Fair – Meeting Education and
legislation and policies, as well as technological
innovation in the area of renewable energy, energy
                                                        Employment Needs in the Renewable
efficiency and sustainable development in the Asia      & Cleantech Sectors
Pacific region.
                                                        Find related study programs / jobs in clean energy at the inaugural
                                                        Career Fair dedicated for this industry!
Speakers Spotlight – Leading International and Regional Experts

Dr. Armin Sandhoevel           Mr. Brad Sterley            Mr. Warren Fernandez       Mr. Julian Lopez
Chief Executive Officer        Director                    Regional Director          Garrido
Allianz Climate Solutions      Renewable Energy            Communications Strategy    International Business
GmbH                           Standard Chartered Bank     Shell                      Development, Asia Pacific
                                                                                      Abengoa Solar S.A

Mr. Federick Lacroix           Dr. Herman Darnel           Mr. Michael Liebreich      Mr. Soren Lonholdt
CEO                            Ibrahim                     Chairman & CEO             Jacobsen
The PowerSource Group          Council Member              New Energy Finance         Deputy Manager
LLC                            The Republic of Indonesia                              Vestas Asia Pacific Wind
                               National Energy Council                                Technology Pte Ltd

Ms. Sophie Punte               Mr. Clay Nesler             Ms. Sherie Ng              Mr. Stewart Taggart
Executive Director             Global Vice President       Vice President,            Director
Clean Air Initiative for       for Sustainability          Strategy & Marketing       Acquasol Infrastructure
Asian Cities (CAI-Asia)        Johnson Controls            Invensys Process Systems   Ltd.
Cities                                                     Asia Pacific

Mr. Marc Lohoff                Mr. Ken Cheung              Mr. Sean Sutton            Mr. Pradeep Tharakan
Managing Director,             Partner                     Asia Pacific President     Deputy Chief of Party
Asia Pacific and Middle East   Watson, Farley & Williams   Vestas Asia Pacific Wind   USAID ECO Asia Climate
Conergy Renewable Energy                                   Technology Pte. Ltd.       Change and Clean Energy
Singapore                                                                             Program
Conference Program
   Day 1, Wednesday, 18 November 2009 – Clean Energy Renewables
                     Opening Keynote

                     Guest of Honor            Dr. Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister, Ministry of The Environment and Water Resources, Singapore
   0900 - 1000
                                               Mr. Michael Dreyer, Managing Director, Koelnmesse Pte Ltd
                     Speakers                  Mr. Edwin Khew, President, Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
                                               Mr. WooChong Um, Director, Sustainable Infrastructure Division, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank

   1000 - 1030       Networking Break and Visit to Trade Fair

                     Plenary Panel Discussion: Challenges and Opportunities for The Development of Clean Energy Technologies in Asia

                     Moderator                 Mr. Peter Dupont, Chief of Party, USAID*

   1030 - 1200                                 Mr. Sean Sutton, Asia Pacific President, Vestas Asia Pacific Wind Technology Pte. Ltd.
                                               Mr. Paul Curnow, Partner, Baker & McKenzie, Australia
                                               Dr. Armin Sandhoevel, CEO, Allianz Climate Solutions
                                               Mr. Vince Perez, President & Chief Executive Officer, Alternergy Partners and Former Philippine Energy Minister*
                                               Mr. Goh Chee Kiong, Director, Cleantech Economic Development Board of Singapore
                                               Ms. Suwaporn Sirikoon, Executive Director of The Energy for Enviromnet Foundation*

   1200 - 1330       Delegate Lunch and Visit to Trade Fair

                                                                                                          Break Out Sessions

                                   Solar Energy Technologies                     Biomass Technologies and Sustainable Biofuels                               Other Clean Energy Technologies

                     Overview of The Silicon Wafer Solar Field                  Sustainable Investments in Urban Waste                    Geothermal Success Story and Opportunities in Indonesia
                     Cells and modules based on crystalline silicon have        Management Infrastructure                                 This session provides an overview of geothermal resources in Indonesia,
                     been active in the field for more than 40 years, and       Two case studies will be presented: In Cagayan de         a brief history of geothermal development and installed capacity. It also
                     continue to be the mainstream product on the PV            Oro City, a thermal power plant will use biogas           looks at energy demand and its opportunities.
                     market. This presentation will focus on the strong         fuel from the city’s organic waste. And Cebu City’s       • Mr. Surya Darma, Director Operations, Pertamina Geothermal Energy
                     potential for further cost reductions in this ‘first       existing landfill will be upgraded into a resource
                     generation PV technology’, making it possible to reach     recovery center that converts solid and liquid            Geothermal Energy Developments in Indonesia
                     grid parity.                                               wastes into valuable economic resources.
   1330 - 1415                                                                                                                            This presentation looks at the opportunities and challenges in the
                     • Dr. Rob Steenman, Head of REC, Singapore                 • Mr Ricky Beltran, CEO, Clean Tech Energy                upcoming geothermal development in Indonesia. Discussions include
                                                                                  Systems, Inc.                                           practical knowledge on regulation, location and profile of projects,
                                                                                                                                          process of awarding the concession, and the new pricing policy of the
                                                                                                                                          • Dr. Herman Darnel Ibrahim, Member, National Energy Council,

                     Review On Thin-Film PV Technologies                        Biofuels in Asia: An Analysis of Sustainability           Significance of Wind & Site Studies – The Importance of Quality
                     The rapid progress that is being made with inorganic       Options                                                   Wind
                     thin-film photovoltaic (PV) technologies, is reviewed.     The primary finding of this study is that promoting       If you are considering investing in a wind power plant, choosing the
                     Recent industrial developments include the first           small-scale, decentralized production of biofuels can     right location is crucial to success. The better the decision-making
                     polycrystalline silicon thin-film solar cells on glass     help bring modern energy more quickly, effectively,       documentation, the easier it is for you to reduce the investment risk,
                     and the first tandem solar cells based on stacks           and cheaply to an estimated half a billion people         evaluate rate of return and ensure stable production of wind power for at
                     of amorphous and microcrystalline silicon films            in rural Asia. The report proposes several specific       least the next 20 years.
                     (“micromorph cells”).                                      actions to encourage more sustainable and                 • Mr. Soren Lonholdt Jacobsen, Deputy Manager, Vestas Asia Pacific
   1415 - 1500                                                                  responsible biofuels production and use in the Asia
                     • Prof. Armin G. Aberle, Deputy CEO, Solar                                                                             Wind Technology Pte Ltd
                       Energy Research Institute, Singapore                     region.
                                                                                • Mr. Pradeep Tharakan, Deputy Chief of Party,            Windpower for Remote Industrial Sites
                                                                                  USAID, ECO Asia Climate Change and Clean Energy         • Mr. Tim Adams, Founder, Seawind Global

                     The Potential for Low-cost Electricity from                Valorisation of Jatropha Curcus Using the                 Key Success Factors for Small Hydro in Asia
                     Concentrating Solar Power Systems                          Biorefinery Concept                                       The needs and challenges facing small hydro in the developing world is
                     This session talks about research and development,         • Prof. Robert Manurung, School of Life Sciences          unique. This presentation will share from a practical perspective, success
                     construction and operating facilities in solar energy        and Technology, Indonesia*                              factors and common trends across countries in Asia where small hydro
                     worldwide. A look at high temperature steam tower                                                                    has been successful and why.
                     and direct steam generation projects that are now          A Sustainable World through Jatropha Plantation           · Mr. Sameer S. Shetty, Managing Director, Boving Fouress (P) Limited
                     being researched to boost CSP application.
                                                                                • Mr. Naren Raju, Chief Executive Officier,
                     • Mr. Julian Lopez Garridor, Abengoa Solar S.A               BioEnergy Plantations Pte Ltd
                     Connectivity Technology for PV Systems
   1500 - 1545
                     This session focuses on the worldwide PV production
                     and solar installations as well as its cost and pricing
                     structure. It will provide an overview of the quality
                     requirements and technical selection of cables and
                     connectors for PV systems.
                     • Mr. Max Goeldi, Product Unit Manager
                       Industrial, HUBER+SUHNER AG

   1545 - 1700       Networking Break and Visit to Trade Fair

                     Closing Address: The Energy System of the Future, and the Role of the Smart Grid
                     At the last count, New Energy Finance identified no less than $32bn of stimulus funding as being earmarked for smart grid projects around the world. This day’s closing address looks at the
   1700 - 1745
                     world’s shift from high-carbon to low-carbon energy, drawing on lessons from the company’s research on Digital Energy to highlight the likely evolution of the smart grid.
                     • Mr. Michael Liebreich, Chairman & CEO, New Energy Finance

Program	is	subject	to	change.
*To	be	confirmed
   Day 2, Thursday, 19 November 2009 – Clean Energy - Energy Efficiency
                     Panel Discussion: Energy Efficiency as a Clean Energy Resource

                     Moderator                Mr. Warren Fernandez, Regional Director, Communications Strategy, Shell

   0900 - 1000                                Mr. Dilip R Limaye, President and CEO, SRC Global Inc.
                                              Mr. Samuel Tumiwa, Principal Planning and Coordination Specialist, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank
                                              Mr. Clay Nesler, Global VP of Sustainability, Johnson Controls
                                              Mr. Mark Ginsberg, US Dept of Energy*
                                              Mr. Ira Magaziner, Clinton Foundation*
                                              Mr. A Ram Bhaskar, Head (Energy Efficiency Programme Office) Resource Conservation Department National Environment Agency

   1000 - 1030       Networking Break and Visit to Trade Fair

                     Panel Discussion: ESCO Case Studies for Asia

                     Moderator                Mr. Samuel Tumiwa, Principal Planning and Coordination Specialist, Regional and Sustainable Development Department, Asian Development Bank
   1030 - 1130
                                              Mr. Frederick Lacroix, Chairman and CEO, PowerSource Group LLC
                     Speakers                 Mr. Anand Prakash, Managing Director, FE Clean Energy Asia Pte Ltd
                                              Ms. Fiza Farhan, Director, Buksh Energy, Pakistan

   1130 - 1300       Networking Lunch Sponsored by Sembcorp Industries

                                                                                                          Break Out Sessions

                                Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing                            Energy Efficiency in Buildings                                   Energy Efficiency in Transportation

                     Green IT: Lowering Cost and Increasing                    Realizing the Energy Efficiency Potential in Automation          Sustainable Urban Mobility in Asia
                     Performance with Energy Efficient IT                      and Control Solutions                                            The Sustainable Urban Mobility in Asia (SUMA) program is
                     • Mr. Philip Carter, Associate Research Director,         • Mr. Toby Warren, Energy Manager, Honeywell                     implemented as a partnership of organizations covering different
                       Asia/Pacific IT Services Research, IDC*                   Building Solutions                                             aspects of sustainable transport. SUMA results will be presented,
                                                                                                                                                ranging from BRT and bikeway development in India, training of
                                                                                                                                                transport urban professionals, studies on e-bikes and vehicles
   1300 - 1345
                                                                                                                                                emissions management in China, to environmentally sustainable
                                                                                                                                                transport policies for Philippines and Indonesia.
                                                                                                                                                • Ms. Sophie Punte, Executive Director, Clean Air Initiative
                                                                                                                                                  for Asian Cities (CAI-Asia) Cities

                     Real Time Energy Manufacturing Solutions                  Optimizing Energy Efficiency and Lighting Quality                LPG as a Transportation Fuel in Asian Cities
                     Manufacturing companies are facing a tremendous           • Mr. Marten Willemsen, Head Asia Lighting, Philips              Traditional transport fuels: diesel and gasoline, are identified as a
                     challenge in improving business performance,                Lighting                                                       primary source of air pollution and ill-health. LP Gas stands out as
                     especially in light of cost reduction pressures, rising   • Mr. Sohail Hasnie, Senior Energy Specialist, Southeast         one of the cleanest, most convenient and accessible alternative
                     energy costs, and demanding economic conditions.            Asia Water and Energy Division, Asian Development              to traditional fuels. It is also known as having among the lowest
                     This paper demonstrates how real-time energy                Bank                                                           greenhouse gas emissions. In many instances it can also be the
                     management solutions enable and empower better                                                                             lowest cost option, making it an ideal solution for Asian cities.
                     decision-making to improve business performance by                                                                         • Mr. Michael Kelly, Director, Market Development,
                     making critical real time information available.                                                                             World LPG Gas Association
                     • Ms. Sherie Ng, Vice President – Strategy &
                       Marketing (Asia Pacific), Invensys Process                                                                               Compressed Natural Gas – What can Asia Learn from Europe
   1345 - 1430         Systems                                                                                                                  and What can Europe Learn from Asia
                                                                                                                                                Governments in Europe and Asia have taken different approaches
                                                                                                                                                in the use of CNG. The presentation demonstrates that a good
                                                                                                                                                mix of mobility solutions will include hybrid and electric vehicles,
                                                                                                                                                but that CNG will for the next years be the most viable solution
                                                                                                                                                to reduce PM emissions within cities.
                                                                                                                                                • Mr. Alexander C. Melchers, General Manager,
                                                                                                                                                  C.Melchers GmbH & Co.

                     Energy Efficiency in Concrete Manufacturing               Retrofitting Existing Buildings                                  The Automotive Industry’s Approach to Alternative Energy
                     As part of their commitment to sustainable                Energy efficiency retrofits of existing buildings is an          Vehicles and Sustainable Mobility
                     construction, Holcim (Singapore) strives to improve       important strategy to reduce carbon emissions and energy         • Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt, CEO, AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell
                     business performance to make ready-mixed concrete         costs. We review two case studies that used an integrated,         Cooperation Corp.*
                     manufacturing become less resource- and energy-           collaborative design approach to achieve dramatic energy         • Partner, Mckinsey*
                     intensive process. It focuses on green innovation and     savings including a net zero energy building in California and
                     process efficiency with the aim for carbon emission       the Empire State Building in New York City.
   1430 - 1515       reduction on products and production.                     • Mr. Clay Nesler, Global VP of Sustainability, Johson
                     • Dr. Sujit Ghosh, CEO, Holcim (Singapore) Pte Ltd          Controls

                                                                               Achieving Energy Efficiency in Buildings
                                                                               • Mr. Anand C Pande, Key Qualified Person, Det Norske

   1515 - 1545       Networking Break and Visit to Trade Fair

                     Energy Efficiency in Food Production and                  Green Design vs. Green Operations: The Importance of             How to implement Sustainable Mobility Models in Urban
                     Packaging                                                 Operations in Long Term Energy Savings                           Areas ?
                     • Mr. Robert C. McCoy, President & GM, REXAM              This presentation looks at how organizations with large          Until now, only one technology has been implemented in
                       Plastic Containers*                                     building/real estate portfolios can recognize and cost-          vehicles: combustion engine. But, there are technologies more
                     • Mr. Mario Abreu, Director Recycling and Supply          effectively improve energy performance across their              powerful and efficent. How can these technologies be launched
                       Chain Support, Environment, Tetra Pak*                  portfolios. It demonstrates unique insights into the frequent    in an automotive marketplace controlled by few main players and
   1545 - 1630                                                                 disconnect between energy-efficient design and actual            with high capital investments barriers.
                     Energy Efficiency in Chemicals / Plastics                 energy use of those buildings in practice.                       • Mr. Javier de Rocafort, Chairman, The Quimera Project
                     • Dr. G C Datta Roy, CEO, DSCL Energy Services,           • Mr. David Hathaway, ICF Principal & Managing
                       India*                                                    Director, ICF International

Program	is	subject	to	change.
*To	be	confirmed
   Day 3, Friday, 20 November 2009 – Clean Energy Policies, Projects and Financing
                                                                                                                Break Out Sessions

                                         Projects                                         Policies                                                                  Finance

                     Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city                      Clean Energy Initiatives in Singapore         Key Challenges facing the Asian Solar & Wind Industry
                     China and Singapore same vision-to build             • Mr. A Ram Bhaskar, Head                     • Mr. Sunil Gupta, Head of CleanTech / Technology, Morgan Stanley, Research
                     an eco-city that is resource-efficient and             (Energy Efficiency Programme
                     environment-friendly. One that will foster             Office) Resource Conservation
                     economic, social and environmental harmony             Department, National Environment
                     and bring about a vibrant thriving society. A          Agency
   0900 - 0945
                     model for sustainable development that is
                     practical and scalable for the other cities in
                     China and the world to replicate.
                     • Mr. Goh Chye Boon, CEO, Sino-Singapore
                       Tianjin Eco-city Investment &
                       Development Co. Ltd.

                     Saudi Arabia’s First Large-scale Solar               The Global Carbon Market Outlook              How CDM Works Today with Respect to The Development of Clean Energy Projects in
                     Power Plant                                          On The Way to Copenhagen and                  China
                     The landmark project is managed by the oil           The Implications for Clean Energy             This presentation takes a look at the recent developments of the CDM in China. It explores how
                     giant, Saudi Aramco on behalf of the Saudi           Development in Asia                           CDM can help to mobilize finance for clean energy projects, the current market framework
                     Government, and is executed by several large         This presentation will provide                conditions especially in the light of the financial crisis and the post Kyoto negotiations.
                     construction contractors including Saudi             an overview of the desired path               • Mr. Markus Schwegler, Country Manager, CDM Service Unit China, German Federal Ministry
                     Oger. The photovoltaic plant, valued at 11.3         past Copenhagen. It discusses the               for the Environment
   0945 - 1030
                     Million Euros, is also the first large-scale solar   regulatory certainty and continuity
                     project of its kind in the Gulf Cooperation          of the flexible GHG mitigating                The Role of Carbon Funds in a Post-Kyoto Carbon Market
                     Council (GCC).                                       mechanisms for and the positive
                                                                          implications for clean energy                 This presentation looks at carbon credit demand and supply scenarios post-2012. It will discuss
                     • Mr. Marc Lohoff, Managing Director, Asia                                                         the risk of carbon price volatility, and how project developers can already profit today from
                       Pacific and Middles East, Conergy                  development in Asia.
                                                                                                                        guaranteed post-2012 carbon credit offtake.
                       Renewable Energy Singapore                         • Mr. Dinesh Babu, CEO,
                                                                            The Carbon Rating Agency                    • Mr. Lukas Heer, Regional Manager SEA, First Climate

   1030 - 1100       Networking Break and Visit to Trade Fair

                     Small Remains Beautiful: Energizing                  Asian Markets & Policies: Roadmap             Financing Clean Energy Projects in Troubled Times
                     Rural Poor in Asia with Small Wind Power             in Asia                                       This presentation will focus on the current issues faced by lenders and investors financing into
                     Systems                                              • Dr. Mike Allen, Executive Chairman,         the clean energy markets. Focus will be on what debt and equity providers worry about when
                     • Dr. Kangbin Zhen, Senior Energy                      ReEx Capital Asia                           financing projects and what developers can do to mitigate such risks.
                       Specialist, East Asia Energy, Asian                                                              • Mr. Ken Cheung, Partner, Watson, Farley & Williams LLP
                       Development Bank*
   1100 - 1145                                                                                                          Case Study: The Sinan Solar Photovoltaic Project
                                                                                                                        At 19.6MW, it was the world’s largest project of its kind when it was successfully completed
                                                                                                                        and project financed in 2007. Standard Chartered Bank acted as Sole Financial Advisor and Lead
                                                                                                                        Arranger for the Senior and Subordinated Debt for the project, totalling US$19.6 million. It is
                                                                                                                        a remarkable success story, evidencing appropriate risk evaluation and allocation amongst the
                                                                                                                        various project participants.
                                                                                                                        • Mr. Brad Sterley, Director, Head of Renewable Energy & Environmental Finance, Asia

                     Acquasol - The World-first Solar/Gas                 European Business Forum - Clean               Venture Capital in Clean Energy Projects: Current Strategies and Examples for Deals that
                     Powered Desalination Plant                           Energy Technologies and Business              Worked
                     Australia-based Acquasol is building a               Trends from Europe                            • Mr. Desmond Low, Operations Manager, Asia-Pacific Region, Atlantis Resources Corporation
                     world-first solar/gas powered desalination           Co-organised by EuroCham,
                     plant that will produce both clean kilowatts         Sustainability Committee
                     and abundant drinking water. It aims to
   1145 - 1230
                     demonstrate how low greenhouse gas
                     emission electricity and drinking water can
                     be produced in an environmentally friendly
                     fashion and on a large scale.
                     • Mr. Stewart Taggart, Director,
                       Acquasol Infrastructure Ltd.

   1230 - 1400       Networking Lunch Sponsored by Tuas Power Ltd

                                                                                                                Break Out Sessions

                                Research & Development                                 Policy Trends                                                           Investment Trends

                     Japan Business Forum - Clean Energy                  Overview of Renewable Energy                  Clean Energy Investment Funds in Asia
                     Technologies and Business Trends from                Policies in the USA                           • Mr. Anand Prakash, Managing Director, FE Clean Energy Asia Pte Ltd
                     Japan                                                • Mr. Mark Ginsberg, EERE
                     Co-organized by Japan External Trade                   Board of Directors, US. Department          Case Studies: Development and Investment in Renewable Energy Projects
   1400 - 1445       Organization                                           of Energy*                                  This presentation takes a comprehensive look at the challenges faced in the small-scale
                                                                                                                        renewables industry and possible ways to overcome them. Two case studies will be analyzed
                                                                                                                        - one involving the development of a biomass combustion power project and another on the
                                                                                                                        implementation of an equity investment vehicle.
                                                                                                                        • Ms. Carol Tan, Head of Project Finance, EPURON Asia

                                                                          Private Sectors Advocating                    Debt financing for Clean Energy Projects
                                                                          Renewable Energy & Energy                     This presentation will look at the availability of supporting policies such as emissions and
                                                                          Efficiencies                                  renewable energy certificate trading schemes, funding and fiscal concessions and purchase
                                                                          • Mr. Vince Perez, President &                guarantees that help carefully structured and financed projects generate significant economic,
                                                                            Chief Executive Officer, Alternergy         environmental and social benefits for developers, financiers and communities.
   1445 - 1530                                                              Partners and former Philippine              • Mr. Paul Curnow, Partner, Baker & McKenzie
                                                                            Energy Minister*
                                                                                                                        The Role of Debt Financing for Clean Energy Projects in Developing Countries
                                                                                                                        • Mr. John Moran, Chief of Staff, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development Finance,
                                                                                                                          Overseas Private Investment Corporation*

   1530 - 1630       Networking Break and Visit to Trade Fair

                     Closing Plenary: DESERTEC-Asia - A Clean Energy Vision for Asia Pacific
                     Asia is the world economy’s fastest-growing and most populous region. In coming years, it will have a huge need for new sources of energy at a time when global warming and greenhouse
                     gas emission reductions will be critical. To meet the challenge, DESERTEC-Asia has developed a breathtaking vision of a Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure connecting Beijing to the Great
   1630 - 1715
                     Australian Bight using High Voltage Direct Current Power lines and natural gas pipelines. This ‘big picture’ vision would harness Asia’s resources of low emission energy and deliver them
                     throughout the region through a common carrier delivery infrastructure creating, in many ways, the energy equivalent of the internet.
                     • Mr. Stewart Taggart, Founder, Desertec-Asia

Program	is	subject	to	change.
*To	be	confirmed
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•    Oil / Coal Companies                            •   Equipment and Technology Solutions Providers            Opening times
•    Energy Investors                                •   Utilities / Electricity Providers                       18 November: 0900 - 1800
•    Energy Crop Farm Owners                         •   Legal Experts and Consultants                           19 November: 0900 - 1800
•    Project Developers / Consultants                •   Solar Distributors and Installers                       20 November: 0900 - 1800
•    Suppliers / Component Manufacturers             •   Urban / City Planners
•    Universities and Research Institutions          •   Suppliers / Component Manufacturer                      Website
•    Government Agencies / Policy Makers             •   Universities and Research Institutions        
•    Biofuels Producers                              •   Government agencies / Policy Makers
•    Banks / Venture Capital Firms                   •   Media

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