SECOE Renewable Energy for Bankers Workshop
The workshop was designed to build awareness and knowledge about developing electricity markets & reforms.
The workshop was designed to build awareness and knowledge about integrating renewable energy into the electricity grids of developing Asian countries
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Singapore is willing to develop new technologies that would benefit its people, and one of these technologies is cleantech.
Renewable energy is a key cornerstone in ensuring energy access for all especially for the last mile electrification for rural areas, to diversify the energy mix of the grid and to reduce a country’s combined grid emission factor.
Regional demand will rise for cleantech, financing models and business structures that S'pore can develop - Minister S Iswaran
With demand for energy in Asia expected to more than double by 2035, Singapore can establish itself as a centre for "clean technology".
SINGAPORE, which is becoming increasingly attractive for international clean technology (cleantech) companies, now hopes to grow in thought leadership in the sector by setting up a Sustainable Energy Centre of Excellence (SECOE).
Energy production and consumption emit twice the greenhouse gases of other sectors, and will be crucial to a successful climate agreement. Ahead of the Asia Clean Energy Summit, experts weigh in on how clean, low-carbon energy can be the new nor
The PV Asia Financial Summit had a full day programme packed with panels discussing hot topics of the industry: the solar market in Asia, project financing in Asia, innovative financing solutions, and building a quality PV project.
Potential solar adopters were invited for this session as Solarising Singapore aims to let them hear directly from solar experts who are involved in all aspects of solar PV installation.
The Clean Energy Leaders' Dialogue serves as the opening plenary for the Asia Clean Energy Summit by bringing together leaders in the regional solar and renewables space.
Two-year agreement with ADB will pave way for regional policy makers to be trained at new centre in Singapore
By taking the lead as one of the largest adopters of solar PV in Singapore, the government is emphasizing the commercial viability of solar PV and showing how other building owners, developers and companies can do the same.
Fuel cell technology is sometimes perceived as a technology that is “futuristic”, but it has actually been around for a long time.
In Asia, which has seen a fifteen-fold increase in clean energy investment in the past decade, one organisation that has industriously worked to drive knowledge development and create business opportunities for companies in this sector is SEAS
SEAS spoke with two members who went through the Incubator & Accelerator Programme.
During the AGM, SEAS shared some important projects that we embarked on in 2014 to help our members and the industry develop. We also had an engaging panel discussion on the transfer of low carbon technologies and the issues it faces.
Singapore's first co-digestion facility to treat used water sludge from water reclamation plants together with source-segregated food waste to produce biogas is launched!
SEAS launched the Centre of Excellence for sustainable energy which will be partially funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Trends in Sustainable Energy in Singapore in 2015, and the Sustainable Singapore Blueprint
In an interview for Business Times' The SME Magazine, chairman Edwin Khew explains how SMEs can save energy costs through a pilot project with SEAS & The Carbon Trust.
SEAS member vTrium Energy signed an MOU with German firm Heliatek to testbed Singapore's very first organic solar PV project on JTC buildings as structures. They have won the $2.5m JTC-SPRING grant and SEAS is proud to have facilitated this.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has set up a new platform in Singapore to match buyers and sellers of low-carbon technologies. It combines financial, technical and legal expertise to evaluate technologies in a single platform.
SEAS member Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) will be working to build a map that colour codes each rooftop in Singapore according to how suited it is to harness solar energy.
In this article, JTC shares with us the latest developments in innovative and sustainable infrastructure.
Highlights of ACES and some of the hot topics from all the events.
Out of the 3 sections in the blueprint, a Liveable and Endearing home, and a Vibrant and Sustainable city are the most relevant to the sustainable energy industry.
Minister Iswaran launched the Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator- Singapore (REIDS), a hybrid micro-grid project, at the Asia Clean Energy Summit 2014.
Industry leaders speaking at the Asia Clean Energy Summit note that with such growth, business opportunities are emerging across all aspects of the renewable sector from procurement and construction services to sensors for data analytics.
SINGAPORE is building the region first micro-grid to integrate multiple renewable energy sources as it scales up its expertise beyond solar power.
NTU, 10 MNCs, and the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore signed a pledge on Tuesday at the Singapore International Energy Week to work on the hybrid microgrid.
Held at the Asia Clean Energy Summit 2014, the Sustainable Laboratories Conference will provide a platform for stakeholders within the industry to discuss the pressing issues specific to tropical climate and to discover exciting collaboration opportunitie
Mr Mathias Steck, Regional Manager Asia Pacific, Energy &amp;amp; Renewables Advisory,at DNV GL Energy, shares his thoughts on renewable energy, storage, smart grids, and how utilities business models need to evolve.
We need a new way to communicate how exactly more clean energy technologies can be adopted, and both on a larger scale as well as at a corporate level. This article explains the motivations behind organising ACES.
SEAS is proud to be featured as one of the associations under the LEAD grant. We always strive to help our members in their businesses and also support projects that develop the sustainable energy industry further.
SEAS welcomes a new council for the term 2014-2016, and we launch our new infographic at our AGM.
JTC and SEAS sign an MOU to work together on making JTC buildings more sustainable. JTC is one of the largest building owners in Singapore and this collaboration allows for more sustainable solutions for buildings to be adopted in Singapore.
What is Demand Response Technology and how does it work in Singapore? Read this article to find out more.
SEAS marked its 7th AGM with our members on the 22nd of May 2014. We also held an engaging panel discussion on our White Paper as part of the AGM's programme.
In this issue of the SEAS Newsletter,we focus on news and insights into energy efficiency and how the industry is moving forward.
The mission focus was on promoting the capabilities of Singapore based companies in the above sectors with an aim to support market growth, projects access, and joint ventures in Thailand.
During the World Cities Summit on 3rd June, SEAS and JTC signed an MOU to collaborate on energy efficiency and other sustainability solutions for buildings in JTC business parks and industrial estates.
The focus of March 2014's newsletter is solar energy. In this issue, we explore how solar power has progressed recently in Singapore, and how new business models are set to develop the solar market in Singapore further.
SEAS once again was the supporting partner for CTI PFAN Asia forum for clean energy financing. This year’s 10 finalists came from India, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, and Nepal. They pitched their business ideas to more than 100 financiers.
The outlook for solar is very positive, but not all companies can afford to pay upfront capital for solar power systems. Thus, solar leasing is viable option when considering using solar power.PLUS: Interview with Frank Phuan, Director, Sunseap Leasing.
In order to attract private investors the solar market needs to be robust with predictable targets. Singapore government’s “SolarNOVA” scheme where government building will be early adopters and take the lead to install 350MW will do just that.
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In this special BT report, smart grids and demand response feature as some of the technologies on the rise in 2014.
Dr Twarath Sutabutr was in Singapore during the Singapore International Energy Week 2013. Here's what he had to say about the potential of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Thailand.
SEAS organized a business matching event to facilitate business discussions among Singapore companies and foreign delegates. The event was attended by the Ministry of Energy and Department of Alternative Energy Development & Efficiency of Thailand, an
This White Paper will show that renewable energy can contribute 8% of Singapore’s energy mix by 2025, with no government subsidies, and that we as the private sector are capable of taking on this challenge.
SEAS Chairman Mr Edwin Khew spoke on 938LIVE to share with listeners what Clean Technology is, why it makes good business sense to go into Clean Technology, and how Singapore is already on its way to being the test bed for clean technologies in the region
SMEs now have a proper developmental process to cut down energy costs by increasing their energy efficiency. The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) will be leading the SME Energy Efficiency Initiative, developed by SPRING Singapore, and wi
SEAS organised its 6th AGM at CleanTech One, which included a special presentation by Mr Dorjee Sun. Members, partners, and representatives from ADB, Spring Singapore, NEA, and JTC mingled afterward among the greenery, enjoying the beer and food.
Post Fukushima, the never-say-die Japanese attitude has pushed the nation to push for its development in Solar power. The innovations by the Japanese also have energy efficiency capabilities. Find out more in this CNN FORTUNE report.
21 May, 2013 - Jessica Cheam speaks with Christophe Inglin, Managing Director of Phoenix Solar Singapore, who is also Chairman of the Renewable Energy Committee of the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS). Christophe speaks about his company
BCA hosts an annual Awards event to honour and pay tribute to excellence in the building environment in the areas of safety, quality sustainability and user-friendliness. 102 Green Mark Platinum, Gold Plus and Gold Awards were given out. A large number o
IUT Singapore Pte Ltd along with three Singapore organisations bagged top awards at the 2010 ASEAN Energy Awards.
Clean Energy Expo Asia to power growth in region's renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors.
With 92% market share of confirmed transactions in the primary clean development mechanism (CDM) market, out of a total transacted value of US$126 billion in 2008, Asia continues to be the hub for CDM projects.
Zeco Systems Pte Ltd, a Singapore based company dedicated to developing zero emissions transportation systems unveiled the first EV charging station powered by REC solar modules in Singapore.
The SIngapore branch of TecDAX listed Phoenix Solar AS has won a tender to install a 250 kilowatt peak (kWp) photovoltaic power plant at award-winning Changi Airport's Budget Terminal.
Clean Energy Expo Asia will partner the Energy Market Authority (EMA) in the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW). The event brings together the gathering of top energy decision makers in the technology, services, finance and government sectors. Par
$39 million value-add and $130 million revenue expected over next three years.
It says this will help Republic secure position as global clean energy hub SINGAPORE is taking preliminary steps to set up a 'cleantech' park to showcase the country's burgeoning green energy technologies.