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Roundtable (2019; pre-event)

Tuesday, 30 July 2019

Energy Market Company (EMC) is pleased to announce that the highly anticipated Singapore Electricity Roundtable is back this year.

After a break last year, EMC looks forward to hosting the 12th Singapore Electricity Roundtable on 30 July 2019 at The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.

The Roundtable is a leading energy forum that is dedicated to connecting influencers, decision makers, potential investors and experts in the electricity and related industries. It provides a platform for senior executives and decision makers to debate the opportunities, challenges and issues of key importance to the industry.

Like past years, we have invited several distinguished speakers to discuss timely issues and topics relevant to the electricity and gas markets, and to provide an update on the National Electricity Market of Singapore (NEMS). Speakers and topics* lined up for this year's Roundtable include:

  • Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive, Energy Market Authority: Regulator's Perspectives on the Singapore Electricity Market;
  • Ben Skinner, General Manager, Policy & Research, Australian Energy Council: Integrating Renewable Energy into Competitive Electricity Markets;
  • Damien Sanford, Executive General Manager of Operations, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO): The Role of Technology in Power System Security and Reliability;
  • Phillip Harris, Consultant and Former President/CEO of PJM Interconnection: Case for A Capacity Market in Singapore;
  • Stephen Woodhouse, Director, Pöyry Management Consulting: UK Retail Market - Liberalisation and Back Again?; and
  • Veronica Rodriguez, Senior Vice President, Market Administration, Energy Market Company: A Sustainable Market Design for the NEMS.

More than 240 participants from the region attended the last event in 2017. Participants included government officials, CEOs, managing directors and other key figures from organisations in the electricity and energy industries, such as regulators, market participants of the NEMS, financial institutions and consultancies. We are expecting a similar attendance for this year's event.

Mark your calendar so that you don't miss this high-profile event dedicated to the electricity industry. Watch this page as more information, including registration details, will soon be available.

*Speakers and topics are subject to changes