Asean trade show to help transform energy landscape

Leeuwenburgh (right) announcing the trade show. With him are (from left) Ashrae Malaysia president Tee Tone Vei, Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers president Tan Sri Soh Thian Lai, Informa Markets Malaysia co-chairman General (Rtd) Tan Sri Mohd Azumi Mohamed, Investment, Trade and Industry Ministry Deputy Secretary-General Datuk Hanafi Sakri, Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia president Chang Yew Cheong and Energy Industries Council chief executive officer Stuart Broadley.

THE global energy landscape is undergoing rapid transformation, driven by the urgent need to transition to sustainable energy sources to combat climate change.

In response to this critical need, Informa Markets, the world’s leading exhibitions organiser, announced the rebranding of the successful Asean M&E trade show to ENERtec Asia.

It is aimed to be a catalyst of change, offering sustainable solutions to reduce the carbon footprints of businesses worldwide and also reduce the escalating energy costs.

Scheduled to take place from June 26 to 28 next year at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC), ENERtec Asia 2024 is set to bring together a diverse array of global solution providers, mechanical and electrical industry professionals, as well as energy experts.

ENERtec Asia will feature three distinctive segments.

They are Tenaga (renewable energy and cleantech), Revac (energy efficiency and decarbonisation) and an exciting new addition Battery and EV Tech (energy storage and EV technology and solutions).

This innovative trade show will lead the way in the energy transition journey within the Southeast Asia region, showcasing revolutionary technologies ranging from renewable power generation and smart energy management to battery and energy storage solutions.

Furthermore, it will spotlight innovations related to electric vehicles, creating a platform for exploring the future of sustainable transportation.

Informa Markets country general manager Gerard Leeuwenburgh said “ENERtec Asia 2024 will be a pivotal moment in the energy landscape of this region.

“We are proud to be at the forefront of this transformation, bringing together key stakeholders to collaborate and refine innovative initiatives.”

This rebranding is a testament to Malaysia’s growing leadership in the energy transition within Asean.

Malaysia is ranked 35th in the World Energy Transition Index (ETI) and No.1 in Asean.

The nation’s commitment to the net zero carbon target drives the economy, helping Malaysia to become a high-income nation.

Malaysia’s energy goals are outlined in the National Energy Transition Roadmap (NETR) and the New Industrial Master Plan (NIMP2030).

The energy transition strategy encompasses 10 flagship projects under NETR.

The projects focus on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and green industrial development.

Meanwhile, the Industrial Environmental Sustainability Guidelines (iESG) introduced by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry extend the goals of NIMP2030, emphasising green transitions in industrial sectors.

For more details on ENERtec Asia, visit

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