As more countries across Asia prioritise decarbonisation and the integration of more renewable energy into their power grids, gas conversions of power plants are becoming an increasingly popular solution. Find out how gas converted power plants are helping to reduce emissions and provide the grid stability needed for energy transition across the region.
The growing integration of renewable energy into power grids across the region is increasing the need for greater system flexibility to ensure stable power output. Find out how hybrid power plants provide a solution that can meet these needs and become instrumental in the energy transition across Southeast Asia.
Installed energy storage is predicted to grow tenfold around the world in the coming decade, with 55% of that growth taking place in Asia Pacific. Find out what is driving this growth, as well as the challenges energy storage still faces in the region by listening to experts from Wärtsilä and the International Finance Corporation (World Bank).
The integration of variable renewable energy into energy systems requires flexible technologies that can balance their intermittent output and ensure overall grid stability. In this episode, we look at flexibility from a market, planning and financial perspective and how we can incentivise greater investment in flexibility that will help accelerate the integration of renewables.
In Indonesia, the power systems face a wide range of issues that make commitments to lowering carbon emissions and transitioning to renewables challenging. Listen to experts from Wärtsilä and PLN, Indonesia’s state electricity company, discuss why flexibility vital to the power systems.
How can the energy industry across Southeast Asia better plan, optimise and manage the integration of renewable energy sources into their power grids? Find out by listening to the experts from Energy Exemplar and Wärtsilä discuss how energy simulation software is transforming power system planning.
The renewable energy sector in Southeast Asia boasts a long track record involving large hydro, bioenergy, and geothermal solutions which have been deployed for decades. More recently, the declining costs of solar PV and wind have prompted several gigawatts
of installed capacity. As share of Variable Renewable Energy (VRE) increases in the energy mix, so does the necessity to include flexibility into the power system. This webinar will provide an overview of the key factors that shape energy markets
Southeast Asia region and solutions that can enable higher penetration and seamless integration of renewable energy sources: