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Energy Efficiency in South East Asia

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Published on Apr 24, 2011

"Energy Efficiency in South East Asia: Investment Opportunities" Seminar by British Embassy Bangkok

Mr. Alexander McKinnon, Director of M&C Energy Group Ltd., presented the topics of "Energy Savings: Managing Risk" at British Embassy's recent seminar titled "Energy Efficiency in South East Asia: Investment Opportunities". The highlight of this seminar was the launch of the "Energy Efficiency in South East Asia: Investment Opportunities" Report - a study commissioned by the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office. The report compared the potential of the 6 major countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines as destinations for investments in Energy Efficiency undertakings, examining key points for those looking to enter this market: size, profitability, regulatory environment and the country rankings.

The Seminar was useful to present the potential of energy efficiency improvements in Thailand, its investment attractiveness and prospective financial returns.

Mr. Alexander McKinnon, Director of M&C Energy Group, said that volatility in the energy commodity markets had the impact on investment, and subsequently, on the return of investment. This led many companies to review their energy procurement strategies and processes. The historical way of purchaing, "fixed price, fixed term" is now seen as out of date and requiring overhaul.

To overcome the problem, he said, M&C Energy incorporated fully flexible managed price strategies. This was to ensure that there was less risk to market position, protection against market volatility and increased budget certainty.

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