WELCOME TO APUEA
The Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) was launched in 2017
to promote the development of sustainable Urban Energy Systems in the
Asia Pacific region. The APUEA platform promotes public and private sector collaboration to develop sustainable urban energy systems that support livable cities across the Asia Pacific region. Our membership and activities serve as an information hub to support city policymakers, program managers, and other stakeholders in the design, development, and implementation of sustainable urban energy systems. Through our activities, including APUEA events, conferences, and continuous outreach to our members, we share international and regional best practices for planning and implementing sustainable urban energy systems—including policies and regulations, business models, and technologies for implementing district heating and cooling, smart grids, energy efficiency improvements, and renewable energy systems.
In this special edition of the APUEA Magazine, launched during the first day of the Asia Urban Energy Assembly on August 31, you can read articles on the following topics: Five Steps that Businesses can take to Accelerate the Energy Transition, how District Cooling can support the Energy Transition, Cooling as a Service, The Renewables 2023 Global Status Report, and Smart O&M’s role in the Energy Transition. We want to thank ABB, BECIS, REN21, and Bluebee Technologies for contributing to this issue of APUEA Magazine.
The Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) is a platform to collect and disseminate knowledge, best practices, and tools related to the development of sustainable urban energy systems, and thereby support the development of livable cities in the Asia Pacific region.
APUEA serves a broad range of members including but not limited to utilities, manufacturers, investors, engineering companies, donor agencies and sector associations that are active in the urban energy sector. Members can choose among several membership categories, depending on their sector and level of engagement in APUEA.
Premium membership includes an active role in the governance of the association through the APUEA Executive Committee and during the APUEA Annual General Meeting. Premium membership also includes special recognition in APUEA publications and marketing channels, and free participation at APUEA events.
Corporate membership includes influence on the association’s activities during the APUEA Annual General Meeting, recognition in APUEA publications and marketing channels, and discounted participation at APUEA events.
Individual or agency invited by the Association to participate as an individual member; and entities such as regional NGOs, development agencies, and utility organisations. An Affiliate Member benefits from the Association but does not take an active role in the Association in terms of its governance and operation.
Advocacy & Representation
Matchmaking & Referrals
Knowledge & Best Practices
Regional & International Events