The Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA) was launched in 2017 to promote 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.
The APUEA membership provides a unique opportunity to liaise with governmental agencies and important stakeholders and get access to valuable information and intelligence on urban energy developments, business opportunities, trends, and financing in one of the fastest growing energy and infrastructure markets in the world.
PROMOTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF
SUSTAINABLE URBAN ENERGY SYSTEMS IN THE
ASIAN PACIFIC REGION.
The Secretariat is the operational body of the APUEA, comprising various functions necessary to carry out the Association's activities. The secretariat is appointed by the Executive Director.
Below are current Secretariat's members of APUEA.
APUEA Academy Officer
Nathinee Roongsitong (Pook)