The future of sustainable energy in Singapore
Singapore, 15 May 2019 – According to the expert panel who spoke at a recent clean energy forum, the future of sustainable energy in Singapore is positive. The nation is embarking on intensive research and development to increase the contribution of renewable energy in its energy mix.
Geneco, one of Singapore's leading electricity retailer, partnered with the Sustainable Energy association of Singapore (SEAS), a non-profit business association that represents the interests of companies in the sustainable energy sector, to host a sustainability forum on 26 April 2019.
The three-hour forum was targeted at carbon space experts, business owners and energy managers. Industry experts were brought in to share about how global climate action translates into direct cost impacts on business in Singapore and how companies can transit to a low-carbon business model.
One of the speaker, Mr Vinod Kesava, the co-founder and chief executive officer of the Climate Resources Exchange (CRX), shared about the untapped potential of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. He also shared the successes in the integration of renewable energy with environmental attributes from carbon credits and renewable energy certificates.
At one of the talks during the forum, Ms Pooja Bansal, a YTL-SV Carbon senior consultant specialising in energy and environment management, delved deeper into the renewable energy certificates and carbon credits verification process and provided practical tips to identify credible certificated and credits available in the market that can be used by companies for their respective environmental attributes.
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- By Geneco
- 15 May 2019