The 5th IAEE Asian Conference will take place in Perth, Western Australia between Sunday 14 and Wednesday 17 February 2016, and will focus on meeting Asia’s energy challenges.
The Conference will discuss solutions to meeting what is expected to be continuing enormous growth in Asian energy demand over the next few decades. This growth in energy demand will involve importing substantial amounts of energy from locations outside the region, with impacts on suppliers and other customers of those suppliers, and international and national security. It also will require substantial investments in infrastructure within the region, and policies to cope with the pollution and other externalities associated with ballooning energy consumption.
Exporting countries within the region, such as Australia, will need to develop more robust institutions for handling trade-offs between domestic consumption and export of energy commodities. Improving the efficiency of their energy supply systems will not only contribute to their own economic growth, but also enable them play a more constructive role in helping the importing countries of Asia meet their aspirations.
This Conference will be particularly beneficial for energy economists in academia, industry and government, analysts, and policy-makers who have an interest in meeting Asian demands for energy.
Delegates will include:
The IAEE is registered with GARP as an Approved Provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
IAEE has determined that attending the Perth conference qualifies for 21 GARP CPD credit hours.
If you are a Certified FRM or ERP, please record this activity in your Credit Tracker at http://www.garp.org/cpd.