The latest alternative energy solutions in the renewable energy, energy efficiency, electric vehicle, and energy storage sectors will be exhibited in PhilEnergy, an international energy trade event which brings in the latest technologies and exhibitors from around the world that can help the power sector move forward with its green energy initiatives.
“Bring these sectors together in one venue that will lead the innovators, advocates, and policy makers to discover new ways to derive energy from zero-emission sources and promote energy saving through energy efficiency projects,” Group Managing Director (ASEAN Business) and Senior Vice President of Informa Markets Asia M. Gandhi was quoted in a statement.
Over 50 high-level Conference and Technical Seminars will feature presentations and dialogues from industry leaders and experts, aside from the exhibitions.
“Having the opportunity to engage in discussions with the stakeholders, who are directly benefiting from the implementing energy laws and policies of the government is highly beneficial for us in improving our existing and future programs for the industry,” said Department of Energy (DOE) Assistant Secretary Robert Uy.
“We look forward to PhilEnergy 2021 as an opportunity for the government and our stakeholders to share the best practices and witness the latest developments in the energy industry,” DOE Director Patrick Aquino added.
PhilEnergy will be of help to the country’s goal of achieving energy security and sustainable development by introducing more alternative energy resources in the total energy mix.
PhilEnergy will be held on March 24-26, 2021 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, Metro Manila. Around a hundred clean energy companies and thousands of visitors are expected to attend the event.