Discuss the outlook, latest trends and developments on ESEEC among end users (industries and commercial buildings), universities and research institutions, service providers and policy makers in the context of Malaysia, ASEAN and beyond.
Showcase best practices and drive the adoption of latest innovation to improve the ESEEC of end users. The best practices and innovation showcases may include local winners of research invention awards, National Energy Award, ASEAN Energy Awards, and selected recipients of Energy Audit Conditional Grant.
Promote quadruple-helix ESEEC stakeholders collaboration among end-users, universities, research institutions as well as policy makers to facilitate the co-operative development and adoption of local ESEEC technologies and innovations, in particular those geared toward the fourth industrial revolution (4IR).
Foster national, regional and global linkages between Malaysia energy community with a global network of universities (e.g. PRES – Process Integration, Modeling and Optimisation for Energy Saving and Pollution Reduction), end users and research institutions and policy makers in energy sustainability.