We are looking for innovative and thought-provoking industry leaders to join our knowledge hubs speaker lineup and offer top-quality diversified content.​

Please carefully review the complete list of Technical Themes and Topics HERE for the Knowledge Hubs before submission.


  • The presenting author must be listed as the first author​
  • Abstracts must be written in English and should not exceed 200 words. Any exceeded pass the 200-word mark will not be considered. ​
  • Abstract title be limited to 20 words ONLY. ​
  • Please take note of the important dates HERE. Deadline for submission of abstracts is now extended to 8 July 2024. All authors will be notified about final acceptance after 15 July 2024.​
  • Abstracts must be allocated to a specific theme which you can view HERE
  • Papers should be thoroughly checked and proofread before submission. Unless specifically requested by the Advisory Board, the organising committee will not accept revised submissions.  ​
  • You may submit more than one abstract. However, accepted authors can present only once at the Knowledge Hub. If you have more than 1 abstracts accepted to be presenting at the conference, you may request your co-author to deliver the other presentation(s). ​
  • Prior to submission, you are required to seek all relevant approvals, clearances, and ensure your availability to participate as a potential speaker. ​
  • Authors are NOT required to submit their full technical papers (manuscripts).​
  • Employees of IPPs or Utilities in Asia will be prioritized.​
  • Vendors who wish to participate at Knowledge Hubs will have to be sponsoring or exhibiting at Enlit Asia to be considered.


The submitted technical papers need to demonstrate a deep understanding of challenges posed by the energy transition and propose novel solutions that have tangible impact. In evaluating the abstracts, we consider the following six criteria:​

  • Thematic Relevance: Abstract fits well into the Enlit Asia themes and topics​

  • Significance and Impact: Problem statement is clearly defined, and abstract is well supported by results and/or case studies. ​

  • Originality and Level of Innovativeness: Abstract demonstrates novel ideas, and introduces significant new approaches, technical findings, and/or use cases.  ​

  • Practicality and Contribution: Abstract indicates a future-ready solution and idea that is ready for implementation. ​

  • Avoid Biasness and Commercialism: Abstracts must be of high quality and is presented without any inclination toward a particular company or provider. Overly commercial abstracts will receive lower scores.​

  • Overall Quality of Content: Abstract is coherent, well-structured, and easy to understand.​

In summary, an abstract with an original and strong problem definition and offer practical, future-ready, and techno-economic solutions that are backed by solid data and research will receive higher gradings.

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