Solar in Myanmar: Harness the Sun to Reduce Electricity Bill
AMCHAM Myanmar

mardi 27 de 9h00 à 22h30

Fuseau horaire : Rangoon (GMT+06:00)

No 33, Alan Pya Phaya Road, Dagon Township
11191 Yangon
Myanmar is challenged by poor electricity security and access. What role does solar power play? In this talk Mr. Christophe Inglin from Energetix will share insights derived from 20+ years in the industry on how businesses in Myanmar can benefit from harnessing solar power.
The agenda will cover:
*An overview of the solar industry, current technology and economics, and key lessons from mature markets
*A survey of the main solar market segments in Myanmar with a specific focus on how rooftop solar can make sense for corporates today.
*An outline of the solar construction process, timelines and best practices.
Date and Time: February 27, 9 am to 10:30 am
Venue: Yadana Ballroom 1, Parkroyal Hotel Yangon
Cost: No cost to attend for members; USD 15 or 22,000 Kyats per non-member (Free but limited seats available for media. First come, first served!)
Registration: contact
The talk will conclude with Q&A followed by light refreshments. This presentation is ideal for anyone interested in electricity procurement/planning, solar installation for their business, investing in solar assets, or anyone curious about this new market.
Special thanks to Energetix for sharing their insights and expertise, and generously sponsoring this event!
Christophe Inglin, Managing Director of Energetix
Christophe is a recognised authority on PV in Asia, with experience throughout the value chain from silicon ingots to turnkey solar power plants. His career in the solar industry began in 1996 as Managing Director of Siemens Showa Solar, which was acquired by Shell Solar in 2002. He was Managing Director of Phoenix Solar from 2006 to 2015, and founded Energetix Pte Ltd in 2015. Christophe is also Vice Chair¬man of the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), and has chaired its Clean Energy Committee since 2006. For more information, please go to