Published on: 27 August 2021
"THANK YOU FOR YOUR OVERWHELMING SUPPORT!
ALL AVAILABLE SEATS ARE FILLED FOR THIS INAUGURAL SEMINAR ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE! WE HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE AT THE SMF FOR OUR NEXT EVENT IN OUR SERIES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS!"
First SMF & SPECS joint networking event
Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) Energy & Chemical Cluster & SPECS seminar
SMF Energy & Chemical (E&C) IG and SPECS jointly invite you to our seminar
Date: 27th Aug 2021
Time: 1:00 - 6:00pm SGT
Venue: SMF Building, Level 2, Concourse
2985 Jalan Bukit Merah Singapore 159457
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For more information, please contact Ms Prasunna Ramadas at 6826 3045, or SPECS Programme Office at Tel: 6592 3543
Workshop: Sustainable Development and Climate Change: SG Strategies and Approach
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF), together with the Smart Grid and Power Electronics Consortium Singapore (SPECS), is inviting you to the "Sustainable Development and Climate Change: SG Strategies and Approach" seminar! During this seminar, our speakers will address:
Impact of climate change in Singapore.
Singapore's commitment to reduce CO2 from 2030 peak 66 to 30 mil-tons CO2/year by 2050.
Singapore Energy Transition Plan.
3 main components of CO2 emission abatement.
Energy Efficiencies & Energy Conservation.
Renewable energies, specifically solar energy.
The Smart Grid and Power Electronics Consortium Singapore (SPECS) is a national consortium that is hosted at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore). The management board is co-chaired by the Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) and Energy Market Authority (EMA) to facilitate the eventual deployment of smart grid and power electronics technologies developed in the Energy Grid 2.0 programme.
SPECS is a platform, to inform companies of the latest research and competencies across Singapore’s institutes of higher learning and research entities. Through academic-industry collaborations, SPECS will enable companies to access these technologies and translate them into commercially viable products and services.
MR HO HIANG KWEE
Adjunct Associate Professor, NTU
DR KOH LEONG HAI
Program Director, Smart Grid & Power Electronics Consortium Singapore Program Office (SPECS).
Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N)
DR MAURO PRAVETTONI
Director of PV Modules for Urban Solar at SERIS, NUS
MR TAN KWANG TAI
Commercial & Business Development Manager,
JV Management & Growth,Chevron Singapore Pte Ltd