PhilEnergy 2024 Highlights Innovative Energy Solutions in its 4th Edition in March

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PhilEnergy emerges as a stand-alone event from March 20 to 22

One of the most anticipated and well-attended B2B trade events is set to mount its fourth edition in March. PhilEnergy is set to gather local and international energy leaders, brands, organizations, and businesses in a three-day trade show that will further promote the revitalized energy sector in the country.

PhilEnergy was then before a co-located event of Informa Markets’ WATER PHILIPPINES. It was then announced that the energy trade show will be a stand-alone event this year because of the potential of the industry. Thus, PhilEnergy 2024 will also serve as its launch event and will be an “ultimate platform for industry players to explore cutting-edge energy technologies and products.”

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This event is expected to welcome more than 4,000 trade visitors from the energy field and industry on top of over a hundred of participating energy and related companies not just from the Philippines and the Southeast Asian region but also from across the globe. 

“PhilEnergy is the country’s most comprehensive energy trade event,” said Rungphech ‘Rose’ Chitanuwat, Country General Manager of Informa Markets in the Philippines, the organizer of the PhilEnergy. 

“It is a significant trade show as it is a collaborative effort aimed at further propelling the clean energy revolution towards a sustainable and net-zero future. PhilEnergy promotes the development of innovative renewable solutions that are shaping the crucial energy industry,” she added.

Ultimate renewable energy platform

Aside from the exhibition, which will showcase the latest products and innovations in the industry, PhilEnergy 2024 will also mount a series of seminars, workshops, and conferences to be facilitated by partner organizations. These include Smart Grid Technologies by MERALCO, Developing Future Energy Systems in PH by the Asia-Pacific Urban Energy Association, Power System Stability and Control by the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, and Power System Planning and Optimization by the National Transmission Corporation. 

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“PhilEnergy indicates a transformative moment in the Philippines’ energy landscape and serves as a catalyst to support the energy transition towards a sustainable, low-carbon future. We are excited to participate in and contribute to this year’s edition of PhilEnergy, which will help shape the future of energy in the Philippines and ASEAN.” said Peter Lundberg, Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association.

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PhilEnergy is also the venue for the Society of Philippine Electrotechnical Constructors and Suppliers Inc.’s industry forum ‘Accelerating Renewable Energy Transition’ and the PCAB Licensing Workshop (paid seminar). Full on-site conference by the Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance Inc. ‘First Fuel Energy Efficiency Day 2024’ set of Day 1 will have invited honorable ambassadors (the UK, Sweden, and Denmark) and major PH business leaders (including Ayala Corporation’s Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, JG Summit Holdings’ Lance Gokongwei, and SM Prime Holdings’ Henry Sy) as speakers. 

Some of the participating companies for PhilEnergy Expo are AsiaPhil Inc., Daikin Philippines, Lead Core Technology System Incorporation, Prisma Electrical Controls Corporation, Schneider Electric Philippines, Yokogawa Philippines, and to name a few. 

PH efforts to boost industry

PhilEnergy 2024 is expanding the focus of its main energy profiles to five (from just two when it was still RE EE Philippines). Those are Renewable Energy (RE), Energy Efficiency (EE), Electric and Power (E&P), Electric Vehicle (EV), and Energy Storage (ES). This move aligns with the current expansion of the renewable energy sector and with the Philippine government’s push to establish secure, sustainable, and resilient energy strategies. 

During the Asia Zero Emission Community (AZEC) leaders’ meeting held in Japan in December 2023, President Ferdinand ‘Bong Bong’ Marcos Jr revealed the national government’s goal to increase the renewable energy share in the country’s power generation mix to 35 percent by the year 2030 and to 50% by 2040. He also cited the ongoing policies aimed at promoting renewable energy, including tax incentives and the lifting of foreign ownership limits for renewable energy facilities and businesses. 

The Philippines has also just recently granted ‘green lane processing’ for up to ₱244 billion worth of renewable energy investments. The Board of Investments has approved the seven projects that will be fast-tracked to speed up the roll out and implementation of the initiatives. 

 PhilEnergy 2024 will be held from March 20 to 22, 2024 at the 2nd floor of SMX Convention Center in Pasay City. Gates will open from 9:30 a.m. 

For visitor inquiries, contact Informa Markets representative: Danah F. Castillo through danah.francisco@informa.com or +63 2 8581 1921. 

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