Edison Electric Institute (EEI) is holding its 2nd Asian Energy Financial and Investment Conference during Singapore International Energy Week 2015 (SIEW). Mr. Wang Min, Executive Vice President of State Grid Corporation of China, will keynote the Conference and present State Grid's perspective on the challenges and opportunities of financing the Asian energy sector.
SIEW draws 10,000 delegates, including numerous heads of state, ministerial-level officials and top executives by bringing together the world's leading conferences, exhibitions, workshops and networking events from across the energy spectrum in one week and in one location. It is the foremost platform for policymakers, energy practitioners and commentators to discuss energy issues, strategies and solutions.
EEI has held "must-attend" financial conferences in the U.S. for nearly a half-century and an international utility conference in London since 1999. These forums provide the opportunity for thousands of global energy company representatives, analysts, investment and commercial bankers and other investors to exchange information on industry issues across multiple markets.
EEI's Asian Energy Financial and Investment Conference will take place October 27-28 at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre in Singapore, creating a setting where investors and analysts can meet with a full range of Asian and international CEOs, CFOs and executives from the energy industry.
The Conference is supported by the Singapore Government, KPMG, CapAsia, CEMIG, DBS, Marsh, AES, Citi, Clifford Capital, GE Power & Water, Navigant, Standard & Poor's, SunGard, Wartsila, Bloomberg, the Independent Power Producers Forum, Morgan Stanley, Platts, Standard Chartered and the US-ASEAN Business Council.