TNB And The Global Energy Industry Will Discuss Technology Disruptions At CEPSI 2018
Have you ever wondered if energy supply companies like Tenaga Nasional Berhad plan to innovate and change in line with the future?
Both the industry and consumers like you are changing. This is why companies like TNB have to innovate in order to meet demands and continue to provide a brighter future.
The electrical supply industry is facing difficult challenges that include disruptions in technology and ways to evolve sustainability
Held every two years, CEPSI is the most prominent electricity supply industry conference in East Asia and the Western Pacific region
Over 1,500 delegates from across the world will take part in CEPSI 2018, which will be held in Kuala Lumpur later this year
The 22nd edition of CEPSI looks to bring together power industry companies, utility leaders, and professionals to share their expertise and experience on challenges and give insights impacting the industry.
It offers a line-up of influential speakers, fascinating keynote sessions, and technical sessions. Also available are opportunities for industry players to showcase and exhibit their latest technology, products, and services.
The chosen theme for CEPSI 2018 is “Reimagining Utility of the Future” and will focus on how the electricity supply industry is transforming
On the agenda include discussions on how to respond to the emergence of technology disruptions, economic shifts, evolving sustainability and regulatory requirements, and increasing customer expectations.
How will utility companies deal with the emergence of renewable energy?
Other topics to be addressed include megatrends, the energy trilemma, digitalisation, and a smarter future.
Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) secretary general Datuk Seri Dr Zaini Ujang said the industry is currently facing disruptions from various technologies such as the renewable energy
“Renewable energy will be disruptive to the power industry because it sees a diversification of the people capable of producing energy... anyone can produce it,” said Zaini during the soft launch of CEPSI 2018.
Malaysia is striving to reach a 30% renewable energy contribution by 2030 from the current 22.4%. In order to achieve this, consumers will have to become producers. Those who are able to produce energy, will be rewarded by the government in the form of subsidies, large-scale solar facilities, net energy metering mechanisms and more.
Set to be the largest power utility conference ever to be held in the country, CEPSI 2018 will be hosted by Tenaga Nasional Berhad from 17-22 September
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