28-29 OCT 2021 | Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore & Virtual

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ABOUT THE EVENT

Future of the grid is Singapore’s only grid-focused event that examines impending challenges faced by our grid systems. As a part of SIEW 2021, the Future of the grid will take place on 28-29 October 2021 by gathering senior experts to discuss key themes such as government policies, corporate strategies, and next-generation technologies to drive a more sustainable energy future.

WHY FUTURE OF THE GRID?

  • Asia currently accounts for 60% of global Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), and by 2035, this will fall to a 40% share with estimated daily energy consumption of 1 TWh per day – Lux Research
  • After net additions of renewable capacity reached a new record of almost 200 GW in 2020, total capacity is expected to grow by around 218 GW in 2021, almost 10% more than 2020. – International Energy Agency
  • Over the next 10 years, from 2021 to 2031, (Singapore’s) annual system demand and system peak demand are projected to grow at a CAGR5 of between 2.5-3.1% – Energy Market Authority
  • In the EV Roadmap, we have set a target of 60,000 EV charging points by 2030. We will work with the private sectors to achieve 40,000 charging points in public carparks and 20,000 charging points in private premises. – Land Transport Authority
  • Singapore aims to deploy at least 2 GWp of solar by 2030, equivalent to the annual electricity needs of around 350,000 households in Singapore. – National Climate Change Secretariat

KEY THEMES:

Singapore’s Future Grid Strategy

Global Electrification Trends

Creating an Electrified Economy

Integrating Greater EV Use onto the Grid

Vehicle to Grid

Engaging the Customer

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