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The evolution of the energy system is accelerating the transformation of energy companies into purpose-led, digitally enabled and customer-centric organizations.

Chin Wong

Partner, Power & Utilities Consulting, Ernst & Young Advisory Pte. Ltd.

Transformation architect. Passionate about connecting business strategy with people, technology and innovation to design and deliver purpose-led change. Husband, father, learner and mentor.

Chin leads the EY Digital Grid team for Southeast Asia and advises leading energy companies across the wider Asian region. He has extensive international experience in regulated and deregulated energy markets across Europe and Asia, with a focus on complex transformation in energy retail and distribution.

He focuses on helping energy companies create long-term value by adopting a transformation mindset. This involves reimagining their future, designing their transformation pathways and making complex changes at the heart of the organization needed to successfully navigate the rapidly evolving energy and technology landscapes.

Chin is a certified TOGAF enterprise architect and project management professional. He holds a Master of Science in Computing and Internet Systems and a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Systems and Electronics from King’s College London.

How Chin is building a better working world

“The scale, pace and complexity of change faced by energy companies in the energy transition are unprecedented. More than ever, the need for transformation architects is fundamental in charting a clear path forward and guiding organizations through the multiple, multiyear transformation journeys that they have no choice but to embark on. Their success would pave the way for building a better, more sustainable and greener future for subsequent generations.

I operate in the intersection of business and technology — connecting the dots to align organizations with their transformation agendas. I am passionate about helping companies shape and make technology-enabled changes, build new capabilities, and reimagine their business models to succeed in the energy transition.”

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