Sustainable Energy Development Programme

Singapore has been supportive of the global commitment and action to tackle climate change.  As a small island country Singapore has pledged to reduce carbon emissions by 16% below business-as-usual (BAU) levels in 2020 if there is a legally-binding global agreement for all countries.  Ahead of that, Singapore has embarked on policies and measures to reduce emissions by 7% to 11% below 2020 BAU levels.  In support of the COP 21, Singapore has further revised its carbon emissions intensity reduction target to 36% from that of 2005 levels.

Jointly organised by the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), the programme aims to equip participants with knowledge on the importance and implication of sustainability to protect the environment as well as improve their organisation's performance.

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

  • Learn the various sectors of sustainability, climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Lower operational costs through adoption of cost effective energy efficiency solutions
  • Understand latest technologies and solutions through case studies and site visits
  • Learn how to access various government grants to lower investment costs.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This programme is suitable for mid- to senior-level managers from industries such as Pharmaceutical, Petrochemical, General Manufacturing, Semiconductor, Power Generation, Facilities Management, Shopping malls, Hotels and Hospitals.

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