EnerCon will provide a timely venue for a wide range of stakeholders in the energy sector to share information and insights pertinent to RE adoption and development in the Philippines and around the world.
Expect plenary presentations from renowned experts and/or practitioners in the field of Energy as well as a mini-exhibit of selected energy-related industries and organizations. Keeping to the theme of this year’s conference, “REvolutionizing Economic Development through Business and Technological Innovations in Renewable Energy”, other relevant local and foreign stakeholders will also be presenting oral and poster presentations in parallel sessions on the various thematic areas related to RE use and promotion.
Establish new contacts at the conference as well as those reached by the related media exposure to explore opportunities for continuing education, collaboration, and business expansion.
The Conference is multi-disciplinary, covering the fields of Economics, Business, Technology, and Policy. There will be six sessions: REcover, REform, REgenerate, REstart, REstore, and REact.
REcover: Renewable Energy Financing and Public-Private Partnerships
The role of different financing mechanisms and the suitability of public-private partnership arrangements in Renewable Energy (RE) projects/programs, emphasizing:
- Availability and lessons learned from existing financing facilities and instruments
- Introduction of and/or case studies on innovative financing models
- Considerations in the application of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
REform: Renewable Energy Regulation and Institutions
The status of enabling regulatory and institutional arrangements for the promotion of RE, underscoring:
- Country experiences supporting RE generation and development
- Institutional and regulatory analyses
- Policy impact and/or benefit cost analyses of RE-related regulations
REgenerate: Renewable Energy for Rural Electrification
The significance of RE in rural development and the merit of using RE to provide electricity to rural communities and off-grid areas, highlighting:
- Experiences and case studies on using RE for upland and island communities
- Feasibility studies and/or benefit-cost analysis of rural electrification projects using RE
- RE technology options for rural electrification
REstart: Renewable Energy for Transport
The potentials of using RE fuels and/or RE-powered transport vehicles/systems on a larger scale, spotlighting:
- Economic and/or environmental impacts of using biofuels, LPG, CNG, and other RE fuels
- Feasibility studies and/or benefit cost analysis of RE projects for transport fuels and systems
- Innovative technology options in transport systems
REstore: Renewable Energy and the Environment
The recognition, measurement, and valuation of environmental impacts of different RE sources vis-à-vis fossil and other conventional fuels, focusing on:
- Health impacts
- Air and water pollution
- Resource competition
- Wildlife and habitat loss
- Global climate change
REact: Students’ Session
Economic studies related to Renewable Energy, presented exclusively by graduate and undergraduate students.
This is your chance to be a part of an inaugural energy event in the Philippines! EnerCon offers you a unique opportunity to create new networks among local and foreign industry players, academic/research institutions, NGOs, and government agencies working with renewable energy (RE).