27 Jun 2018 09:00AM to 28 Jun 2018 05:00PM
Impact Arena Exhibition and Convention Centre Halls 1 & 2, Bangkok, Thailand
Asian Utility Week 2018 is now in its 18th year, targeting both power and water utilities as our core delegate market! We also include government agencies and utility partners including IPPs. Our content themes relate primarily to modernising utility ICT architecture as it relates to smart meters, intelligent sensors, communication networks, command systems, data analytics, distributed generation, customer billing and storage solutions. We also include renewable projects in the solar space, and customer engagement strategies to improve revenue results.
Anticipating more than 1000 delegates from the utility sector and a total of around 2500 participants, most of the them will be from South East Asian utilities and agencies, although we are targeting other ASEAN utilities based in smart grid growth markets including Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Vietnam. If you have products and services in the utility ICT space, this is the event for you!
In summary, Asian Utility Week 2018 will focus on the transformation to the Digital Utility - IT-OT, Smart Sensors, Smart Meters, Distributed Intelligence and Smarter Customers at an advance level.
We are pleased to confirm that Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) has obtained financial support under IMAP from IE Singapore to help defray the cost of exhibition by Singapore Pavilion exhibitors @ Asian Utility Week 2018. The IMAP scheme will enable qualifying companies* to receive up to 50% reimbursement for space rental and construction. The actual amount of reimbursement will depend on the amount of grant, the number of participating companies, terms and conditions and guideline of the IMAP scheme as well as other factors
Note: Companies may apply for Double Tax Deduction (DTD) for qualifying expenses not covered by IMAP. With effect from 01 Apr 12, the DTD has been enhanced to allow companies to automatically claim 200% tax deduction without prior approval from IE Singapore or STB. (up to the first S$100,000 of qualifying expenses per year of assessment).
Programme is tentative and is subject to change at the sole discretion of Singapore Manufacturing Federation.
For more info, contact Gabriel Tan at 68263085 from Global Business Groups @ SMF.