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13 March, 09:30-12:00 Oslo, Norway Add to calendar
Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines , Nedre Vollsgt 8, 4th Floor, 0158 Oslo View on map
NORWEP partners only


NORWEP Partner: Free

The meeting is arranged to create dialogues between the Norwegian renewable and CCS industries and the respective country representatives with a view to understand the potential for business relations and development in the countries.

This is an excellent opportunity for Norwegian companies to understand the energy business potential in these SE Asia countries and to meet with the country representatives to discuss specific business opportunities. We will be discussing both offshore wind, solar energy and CCS opportunities.


09:30-10:00: Registration/Coffee
10:00-10:10: Welcome address by the Coordinator for the ASEAN countries’ embassies in Oslo; Ambassador to Norway from the Philippines H.E. Enrico T. Fos
10:10-10:30: Energy Policy updates in the ASEAN countries, by the countries’ Ambassadors present
10:30-10:45: Overview of the renewables industry in Norway, by NORWEP
10:45-11:30: Short introductions by Norwegian renewable industry companies
11:30-11:50: Q&A
11:50-12:00: Closing comments 

The Southeast Asia region

The Southeast Asia region will see rapid economic growth in the coming decades and energy use is set to grow significantly. Today, the region stands at a crossroads. On the one hand, it can pursue a path of continued reliance on fossil fuels, most of which come from non-indigenous sources, increasing the region’s emissions and exposure to volatile and increasingly expensive global commodity markets. On the other, the region could utilise its ample, affordable, indigenous renewable energy resources to lower energy costs, reduce emissions and drive regional economic development.

IRENA has estimated that the region can transition from just 19% renewable energy share in final energy in 2018 to 65% by 2050, and in the process reduce energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 75% compared to current policies. Renewable power capacity, power grids and infrastructure, and enabling technologies (e.g. storage), will need to see over USD 5 trillion (United States dollars) in investment over the period to 2050, making up two-thirds of total energy investment.

Outlook on ASEAN Energy 2023

IRENA Renewable energy outlook ASEAN 2022

IRENA Renewable energy outlook ASEAN summary 2022