Powertrends 2018: Transforming a viable energy future through innovation

Published August 1, 2018, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

The global energy sector is going through a disruptive phase of transition. Significant are the rapidly developing series of innovations which redefine energy markets, provide more opportunities to investors and summon policymakers and regulators to re-adjust their thinking in the framing of industry rules and policies.

On September 4-6, 2018, Leverage International will be holding Powertrends 2018, the longest running and largest energy exhibition in the Philippines since 1995. This will be at the SMX Convention Center, Manila, Philippines. This year’s theme is “Building a Resilient and Sustainable Philippine Energy Future: A Transformative Shift to Cleaner Energy.” This three-day event comes with an exhibition and a conference, both filled with the latest industry know-how and unlimited networking opportunities.

A platform for technological innovations, Powertrends will showcase the newest technologies, systems and projects by key energy players such as Shell, Andritz Hydro, and Wartsila Energy Solutions, to name a few. MTE Corporation of Singapore, the company behind the extensive lines of Harmonic Mitigation, Motor Protection and Power Distortion Solutions, will unveil their latest products: Matrix® AP, their new three-phase filter which is the most advanced passive filter on the market today, and the best-in-class SineWave Guardian™ filter which delivers unequaled performance in cleaning the PWM waveforms generated by Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs). Heatex Equipment Phils.’ reputable brand of Perfex for heat transfer will also be presented. The Taiwanese company, Alpha Power Co. will showcase their latest generator sets, pneumatic conveying system and marine equipment.

Also to be displayed in the exhibition are the latest advancements in oil and gas automation, heat transfer, ventilation, power plant and marine solutions, green cleaning technology, cost efficient power supply, energy solutions, electric power generation, transmission lines, substations, distribution systems, industrial plants and infrastructure developments, hydro automation, environmental solutions, thermal power, upstream oil exploration, and many more. There will also be technical presentations that will put companies in the spotlight to the public.

In line with the government’s issuance of Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) which requires distribution utilities (DUs) to obtain a portion of their power supply from renewable-energy sources such as solar, wind, rain, tidal, geothermal and biomass, Powertrends 2018 will display an array of enterprises dedicated to the generation of renewable energy. The Re