Conference and Exhibition
27 - 29 October 2020
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

List of Exhibitors 2019

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  • A-Fahren

    A-FAHREN is a home grown Singapore company which was a derivative of the works done by the founders on Autonomous Vehicles and in the Energy sphere. The company is a brainchild of works done in Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore where the founders of the company studied and worked. A-FAHREN developed and deployed prototypes and commercial-ready: electric vehicles, energy management system, energy storage and charging systems, cyber security solutions and autonomous vehicle platform.

  • Aircarbon

    AirCarbon is a Singapore-based Commodities Exchange built on a blockchain architecture based on Ethereum and ERC20 & ERC721 tokens. The Exchange, currently supported by the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and the Digital Exchange Association (DXA), is a platform for the distribution and trading of carbon mitigating investment opportunities and carbon credits generated by those carbon mitigating projects.

  • Aquatera

    Operating globally from a hub in Orkney, off the north coast of Scotland, Aquatera provides environmental expertise and operational support for offshore, coastal and land-based activities. Our clients range from multinational corporations and national governments to individuals and community groups and we operate in more than 30 countries.

    We take a multi-disciplinary approach to projects, supporting clients from planning right through to delivery and decommissioning. Our flexible business model, which draws on a wide network of associates and delivery partners, enables us to respond to clients’ needs whoever and wherever they are.

  • BAKAS Renewable Energy Private Limited

    BAKAS Renewable Energy Private Limited (BREPL) was registered under the Government Act of Nepal in 2016 with the aim to promote renewable energy. BREPL is working to introduce biomass pellets for the first time in Nepal. The raw material for manufacturing biomass wood pellet will be collected from the government managed plantation called Sagarnath Forestry Development Project (SFDP).

    SFDP is in the central Terai of Nepal covering 13,500 hectares. BREPL has signed A 20-year concession agreement with SFDP, for the exaction of 30,000 MT equivalent of biomass annually from the forest floor. The removal of forest floor biomass will help reduce forest fire vulnerability, which subsequently leads to the potential savings of US$ 100,000 per annum.

    In Nepal, the biomass pellets are high in demand, ideally for brick and cement kilns, industrial boilers, large kitchens, household cooking and high-altitude trackers. The company plans to produce 10,500 MT of biomass pellets per year. The total project cost is US$2 million, with a project IRR of 24.8%.

  • BeeBryte

    BeeBryte's solution (IoT Gateway + Software-as-a-Service) is minimizing utility bills with automatic HVAC & Chiller control
    (refrigeration, heating-cooling equipment). BeeBryte can also control batteries and EV charging stations in real time.

    Based on weather forecast, occupancy, usage and energy prices, BeeBryte predicts the building’s thermal energy requirement in
    order to produce heating-cooling always at the right time while maintaining comfort & temperature within an operating range set
    by the customer.

    Our customers save up to 40% on their utility bills thanks to energy efficiency gains and the capacity to shift energy consumption
    when it is the cheapest (reduce peak load, price arbitrage, demand-response…).

  • Bird & Bird ATMD LLP

    Bird & Bird ATMD is a leading law firm in Singapore with an international practice. We have a market-leading regional energy practice and are sought after for our expertise on corporate, project and regulatory matters in the energy sector, in particular renewables and clean-tech. Our experience includes advising on solar, wind, cleantech and biomass projects across Asia Pacific. We frequently work with government bodies in Singapore on regulatory matters in the electricity, gas, waste and green building sectors. We also advise multi-laterals, major corporations, banks, funds, sponsors, developers, manufacturers and suppliers operating in these markets.

  • Climate Resources Exchange International Pte Ltd

    CRX operates in the field of environmental engineering, with a specialisation in carbon emissions reductions for companies.

    We relate carbon emissions to resource use with solutions that reduce risk, increase revenue, improve organisational qualities and improve brand reputation. These solutions include renewable energy projects origination, carbon profiling, carbon trading, carbon offsetting for activities, and resource efficiency studies. CRX is Singapore-based since 2003, with offshore affiliates in other locations spanning the last 2 decades.

  • DC1st Pte Ltd

    DC1st is a Start-up Data Center Service Provider which Design, Implements,  Operates and Markets its Next Generation Data Center Business in Asia

  • DEG

    For 55 years DEG has been a reliable partner to private-sector enterprises operating in developing and emerging-market countries. We provide our customers with tailor-made solutions, including financing, promotional programmes and advice tailored to individual needs. They can thus develop successfully and sustainably, while generating local added value and creating qualified jobs. With our portfolio of around EUR 8.3 billion in over 80 countries we’re one of the world’s largest private-sector development financiers.


    The Ecolabs Centre of innovation for Energy is jointly established by NTU, Enterprise singapore, and SEAS to build and accelerate deep-tech energy innovation capabilities in Singapore, and support the nation’s future energy transition. This joint initiative aims to help Singapore-based energy startups and SMEs successfully commercialise and scale up their innovation efforts by providing them with essential translation facilities and connections, such as research & development manpower, lab infrastructure, testbed sites and business opportunities. 

  • EH Group Engineering

    EH Group Engineering, based in Switzerland, aims to become a leading player in the emerging hydrogen economy, via the commercialisation of a low temperature fuel cell. EHG’s core innovative fuel cell technology is based on:

    A uniquely simplified and re-designed FC stack at the micro level, making it significantly more compact, lightweight and efficient. In addition, the design and the development of a transformative manufacturing technique that dramatically reduces costs.

    EH Group is looking to expand its activities in Asia with collaborative projects with partners in both mobile and stationary applications.

  • Energetix Pte Ltd

    Energetix Pte Ltd installs rooftop and ground mounted solar PV systems for industrial, commercial and utility scale clients. We provide turnkey engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services, and technical advisory from site selection and feasibility studies, to project management and operations & maintenance solutions.

    The Energetix team has a proven track record of delivering high quality solutions in Asia Pacific, with a combined experience of over 60 years in the PV industry. We work with owners, investors and project developers who want to ensure their PV power plants are reliable and profitable over their useful lifetime.

    Based in Singapore, Energetix operates throughout South East Asia, particularly in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Indonesia.

  • Energy Smart Solutions

    Energy Smart Solutions is a Start-up Spin-Off of Nanyang Technological University Singapore. The company core business is related to energy optimization for achieving significant greenhouse emissions reduction, large primary energy, capital and operating costs savings. In the energy sector, consumers are becoming prosumers, and traditional centralized power plants are being replaced more and more by distributed smart multi-energy systems in which electricity, cooling and heating are concurrently demanded and generated. The ©E-OPT software developed by the Energy Smart Solutions allows for solving Master-Planning, Optimal Dispatch and asset management problems, by adopting advanced hybrid algorithms based on Heuristic and Deterministic Solver coupled with artificial intelligence and machine learning.

  • EverComm Singapore Pte Ltd

    EverComm is an energy IoT startup incubated by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and accredited by IMDA. They offer “AI-enabled Asset Performance Management” solutions to address the equipment performance challenges for governments and enterprises to transit towards zero-emission operations.
    EverComm’s unique approach to innovation has gotten ex-Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean to visit their headquarter in 2018, as well as invited as Singapore delegation to participate in 2019 Pujiang Innovation Forum (PIF) led by previous Minister of Finance Heng Swee Keat (present Deputy Prime Minister).

    As a Focal Point for Technology and Science in United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (UNMGCY), EverComm was invited to participate in World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2019 (WSIS), a global UN multi-stakeholder platform to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) via ICT, sharing its digital transformation experience at national level. The contribution of EverComm has been awarded as Top 10 Renewable Energy Solution Provider in APAC by Energy CIO Insights, offering pioneering solutions in renewable energy industry.

  • Farm-Hand Ltd

    Farm-Hand works as a technology partner with local organisations, to provide simple internet-of-things (IoT) enabled products and services to farmers. The UK-based company aims to leverage mobile phone proliferation as well as the existing relationship between farmer aggregators and farmers. Farm-Hand strives to keep farmers at the center of the process and utilize their input for continual product improvement.

    Farm-Hand’s patent pending product, Water-Hand, delivers right-volume irrigation at the right time. Consisting of four components, Water-Hand uses latitude-longitude specific weather forecasting, big data analytics and low-cost sensor connected IoT to increase yields whilst reducing water, energy, fertilizer and labor requirement. Results from field trials have showed a 60% reduction in water and energy needs and a 30% increase in crop yield.

    Farm-Hand is projected to achieve a total value of US$ 79 billion in the IoT for agriculture and crop insurance market by 2023. Farm-Hand is seeking US$ 225,000 investment with an IRR of 66.8% over 6 years. The investment will be used to expand Farm-Hand’s business in India, China, Kenya, Uganda and Nepal.

  • FlowGen

    Problem: Access to energy, particularly cleaner energy, is fundamental to human progress; but millions energy poor live in Asia and Pacific or use polluting diesel generators!

    Solution: smart MICRO grids combining solar, wind  and storage

    Flowgen is NOT your traditional wind turbine company – it is 2.0; integral part of a micro grid equipped with sensors to perform real time data monitoring with forecast; use of CFD analysis to identify best locations to maximize power output.

    Key features:

    • The company that is based in Switzerland, transferred expertise from the automotive sector to the wind industry; => high quality mass production.
    • Highly scalable to offer solutions from KWs to MWs.
    • High efficiency and low weight as a result of a sophisticated design and use of composite materials.  Low noise level.
    • Combination with solar and storage medium to produce electricity in a decentralized manner where it is needed;
    • Installed on buildings, part of an infrastructure or on masts; local labor content 

    We look for:

    - Financing
    - Business partner and customer

  • FMO

    FMO is the Dutch development bank. FMO has invested in the private sector in developing countries and emerging markets for more than 47 years. Our mission is to empower entrepreneurs to build a better world. To that end, FMO invests in businesses, projects and financial institutions, by providing capital, knowledge and networks to support sustainable growth. We do this with the ultimate goal of empowering people to apply their skills and improve their own quality of life.

    We invest in over 85 countries, supporting job creation and income generation and improving people’s lives in those parts of the world where this makes the biggest difference. Our role extends beyond financing, as we help businesses to operate and grow transparently in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. We invest in sectors where we believe our contribution can have the highest long-term impact: financial institutions, energy and agribusiness.

    Through our approach, we aim to demonstrate to other investors that strong financial returns and positive impact in developing countries and emerging markets can go hand-in- hand. Our success in higher-risk markets provides them with the confidence to get on board allowing us to mobilize more funding for our clients.

    FMO was founded in 1970 and is a public-private partnership, with 51% of our shares held by the Dutch State and 49% held by commercial banks, trade unions and other members of the private sector. FMO has a triple A-rating from both Fitch and Standard & Poor’s.

  • Generaciones Fotovoltaicas de la Mancha

    Established in 2000, GFM is one of the pioneer companies in Spain, promoting electricity production from renewable energies, developing and installing more than 35 wind measure towers and promoting more than 130 MW wind parks in Spain. By GEFA and with a capital of 1,100,000 euros, GFM was established in 2004 to be focused in PV systems. Until 2008, GFM developed more than 10 MW solar Parks turnkey, from engineering, promotion, installation to O&M. GFM is owner of more than 3 MW solar parks selling green energy to Spanish grid. Since 2008, GFM is developing Renewable Energy Hybrid off-grid systems, decentralized energy generation, solar pumping water, irrigation systems with Geris control system, self- consumption connected to the grid, ev chargers and innovation projects. It is one of the SME companies selected by H2020 program.

  • Global Wind Energy Council

    GWEC is a member-based organisation that represents the entire wind energy sector. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies.

    Our members also include national wind industry trade associations, from both established and emerging markets, who we work closely with to exchange knowledge and best practices, providing the platform needed to boost wind markets across the world.

    GWEC works at the highest international political level to create a better policy environment to open up new markets for wind power. GWEC and its members are active all over the world, educating and engaging local and national governments and international agencies about the benefits of wind power through our task forces, campaigns and market intelligence activities.

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  • Kasuwa Khola Hydropower Limited

    Kasuwa Khola Hydropower Limited, a subsidiary company of CEDB Hydropower Development Company Limited (CHDC). CHDC is a public limited company incorporated under the prevalent laws of Nepal on Mangsir 15, 2066 (November 30, 2009).

    The company was founded by the Clean Energy Development Bank to provide equity investment for hydropower projects to meet energy needs of the nation. CHDC has a mandate to invest in and develop hydropower projects. It has three hydropower projects in operation, and four projects at the construction and development stages.

    Kasuwa Khola Hydropower project is in Makalu Gaupalika, of Sankhuwasabha District, Nepal. This 45 MW run-of-river hydroelectric generation plant project will cost US$ 63.6 million, and will be commissioned and produce electricity within seven years. The project has already secured a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Nepal Electricity Authority, the sole off-taker owner by Government of Nepal, on 29th November, 2019. The company is seeking investors who are interested in a 49% share of the company with an attractive IRR of 17% and RoE of 24.7%.

  • Lanasol Energy Solutions Private Limited

    Lanasol Energy Solutions Private Ltd is a pioneer of low cost, compact parabolic solar collectors in India. Lanasol has designed its unique Parabolic Trough Collector (PTC) to achieve a temperature between 80 and 300 degrees Celsius in a very short span of time. This distinguishes Lanasol’s PTCs from other commercially viable renewable energy technologies for heating. Lanasol’s PTC is a patented design under the “Make in India” initiative.

    Since its inception in 2014, Lanasol’s Solar Thermal Energy solutions have become a catalyst of change in the Indian industrial market. Lanasol is raising funding to expand sales of its PTC systems for heating in industrial and societal applications. The project targets fast-moving consumer goods, the dairy industry, farmers and rural households, with a typical payback period of less than 3 years.

  • Lifi Led

    1)    Our Motivations

    In Africa, the problem of energy deficit and the resulting lack of access to electricity for all, as well as the problem of broadband internet connectivity, are major hindrances to both economic and social development. Only 30% of the population has access to electricity and these 167,000,000 internet users do not have access to broadband internet. Our attraction for entrepreneurship responds to the desire to solve these problems. We intend on making Africa a smart continent through the combination of solar energy and innovative communication technology, a continent where light brings hope for a sustainable and inclusive development.

    2)    Our Objectives

    Our objectives are two-fold: on the one hand, we aim to reduce the problem of energy deficit and access to electricity for all, and on the other hand, we intend to solve the problem of broadband Internet connectivity. Our objectives can be summarized as follows:

    • Contributing to the technological emergence of citizens, especially those in rural areas, by facilitating access to high-quality digital information throughout the national territory and the African continent.
    • Participating in the economic development of rural areas, and reducing the costs of electricity consumption for the population, through the supply of economic and sustainable lighting using renewable energy including the solar model.
    • Making our cities smart, fully autonomous in the management of their lighting so as to have interconnected cities through the lighting network.

    3)    Our Business Project

    Our Business Project is to implement innovative communication technology in Africa, to make the lighting network more energy efficient and to create a new transmission and communication medium from lighting.

    4)    Our Main Activity: The Core of Our Profession

    LIFI-LED Côte d'Ivoire is evolving in the field of technology through the implementation of solutions for communication, transmission and dissemination of digital information through light, combining energy and connectivity. This solution is LIFI or Light Fidelity.

  • Nexergy Pte Ltd

    Nexergy is a technology provider for energy efficiency solutions for buildings. We source the best available and innovative building technologies globally that utilize open-source IoT protocols and cloud computing capabilities to offer energy efficinecy solutions that seamlessly integrate into exisiting building infrastucture. Our signature product is ClimaCheck, an award-winning and globally deployed techology to perform thermodynamics based perfomance analytics on any airconditioning and refrigeration system. It identifies faults, improves energy efficiency, reduce failures and reactive maintenance required to increase optimal performance for building cooling and climate control systems.

    Through our Regional Partnership Network we offer complete support and services to identify energy efficiency opportunities, perform corrective actions and implement a predictive maintenance solution for your buildings.

  • Okra Solar

    We are an Australian technology company providing an IoT hardware + software solution to provide more accessible, affordable and scalable electricity for the 1 billion people who live without access to the electricity grid.

    Our solution enables our target customers; Distributed Energy Service Companies (DESCOs) to create plug & play modular solar mesh-grids at ⅓ the setup and opex cost of traditional microgrids. This changes the game for DESCOs, enabling them to access more customers, shorten payback periods, increase their return and scale revenues over time. Okra is purely B2B, allowing us to leverage the scale and experience of existing distribution networks.

  • Oorja Energy Engg Services Pvt. Ltd.

    Oorja Energy Engg Services is a cleantech heating and cooling company focused on providing sustainable solutions for industrial and commercial heating and cooling in India. The company’s solutions provide 30-90% reduction in resource consumption of electricity, fossil fuels or water.

    Oorja’s target clients include commercial buildings, educational institutions, government buildings, warehouse, airports, aircraft hangars, data centers, hospitals, malls, the cement, dairy, food and beverage industries. Oorja offers a wide range of solutions, from solar industrial process heat, waste heat recovery, solar affluent treatment, and solar drying to radiant panel system, and two-stage cooling towers.

    Oorja is seeking an investment of US$ 10 million to expand its business in India.

  • OTAGO Pte Ltd

    OTAGO is a ground-breaking start-up in the “clean cooking” sector, giving a whole new meaning to the word “scalability”. In the last 10 years, a Cambodian company called “Khmer Green Charcoal” (KGC), has become the biggest and most technologically advanced char-briquettes factory in a developing country. Currently it produces 120 tons per month of eco-friendly char-briquettes from biomass waste (such as coconut shells), supplying to its customers a better quality, healthier and safer product, compared to traditional wood charcoal. As a result of the experienced developed in Cambodia, including technological innovation, industrial engineering solutions and process
    efficiency optimization, OTAGO was created as an engineering company and holding company of KGC.

    OTAGO’s business model consists in a “franchise-model” (JV model), building char-briquettes factories around the world to replicate its
    success. In other words, our ambition has transformed from producing clean cooking fuel to building factories that produce clean cooking

  • OTT HydroMet

    OTT HydroMet, proudly formed from six strong brands, delivers valuable insights for experts in weather and water applications. In Renewable Energy, the established brands Kipp & Zonen and Lufft represent OTT HydroMet with solutions for the measurement of environmental parameters that impact the performance of both solar and wind farms.

    Kipp & Zonen is known as the market leader and expert in solar irradiance measurement thanks to their well-known pyranometers. Lufft was the first to develop all-in-one weather stations conveniently using one single housing. Combined these brands provide you with all weather information you need to monitor your plant’s performance.

  • Paterson Energy Private Limited

    Paterson Energy Private Limited is an India-based circular economy start-up that will recycle plastic waste into pyrolysis oil (PO) using a continuous type Thermochemical Depolymerization Technology.

    The Paterson plant is built to process between 3 to 20 tons of plastic wastes per day. Plastic wastes are collected from industrial complexes, residential complexes and plastic waste from municipal solid waste. It is a zero effluent and zero discharge process. Any energy that escapes from the pyrolysis process is captured and routed back into the system as a heating agent.

    PO has calorific value (energy content) of 10,000 to 10,800 cal/kg. This content is equivalent to diesel. The company believes PO will be able to meet the huge demand for fuel and will eventually substitute diesel. Typical industrial applications of PO as a fuel include industrial boilers, generators, marine/dg engines, construction/mining, construction industry, rotary kiln – cement plant, casting furnace. Paterson is seeking an investment of US$ 2.5 million.

  • PFAN

    The Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) is a global network of climate and clean energy financing experts, which offers free business coaching and investment facilitation to entrepreneurs developing climate and clean energy projects in emerging markets.

    PFAN aims to build clean energy markets by developing quality pipelines of climate and clean energy projects and introducing them to interested investors and investor networks. PFAN-supported projects mitigate climate change and mobilize private investment in support of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Goals.

    Initiated by the UNFCCC and the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) in 2006, PFAN is hosted jointly by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP).

  • Powerstove Energy

    Powerstove Energy designs, manufactures and distributes Powerstove, a low-cost, efficient cookstove that uses 70% less biomass to cook foods 5x faster than any traditional stoves while generating 50 watts of electricity for the user’s household. Our mission to support climate-smart technologies led us to invent world’s first and the only clean cookstove with built-in self-powered IoT System which helps to monitor mitigation levels of GHG emissions in real-time and allows users to enjoy Pay-As-You-Cook Financing making it possible for poorer families to afford the stove. Our technologies lift poor families from poverty, support sustainable community and improve livelihoods.

  • Pylon City

    Pylon City is an Internet of Energy (IoE) startup that aspires to make cities greener, smarter and more energy efficient. Our Pylon Cloud Platform
    brings together energy producers, purchasers, retailers and consumers in a decentralized secured network. Our current products are used by
    our clients to monitor energy generation and consumption of their facilities, as well as track their energy footprint.

  • Qi Square

    Qi Square is a spin-off company from NTU Singapore and commercialises years of R&D efforts in developing 'Built Environment Performance Assessments via Digital Twins'. It is established with a mission to provide the necessary Augmented Intelligence in decision making for enabling energy and cost savings in buildings.

    Qi Square has launched its 'Virtual Energy Audit' service since early 2019 and has assessed energy performance of more than a million square meters of buildings in Singapore. It has now offices in Singapore, UAE and India and is rapidly expanding its assessment portfolio globally. Qi Square works with building owners, facility managers, technology providers, ESCOs and consultants to accelerate the deployment of energy efficiency emasures in existing and new buildings, which is a $22 trillion market by 2040 according to estimates by the International Energy Agency (IEA).

  • QIQ

    QIQ is about re-imagining transportation - making shared transportation greener and more accessible to the masses. Vietnam's big cities such as HaNoi HCM city are among the most polluted cities in the world due to pollution from transportation activities. As such, we see a potential in early deployment for QIQ system in Ha Noi city and Hoi An city.

    With the vision to support and develop a clean transportation system in the country with our proprietary technology, presented in a sustainable, smart, end to end, affordable, electric, shared mobility, ecosystem.

  • Resync

    Resync is an early stage startup based in Singapore and backed by Entrepreneur First and SGInnovate, Singapore government's venture capital arm. We are AI-driven energy cloud for distributed energy resources. We use machine learning optimization and real-time control algorithms to understand energy generation, distribution and consumption patterns. Our advanced cloud-based data analytics combines cutting edge technology to ensure monthly savings for the end user and system reliability for the energy provider. 

  • Selex Motors JSC

    Selex Motors JSC develops smart, electric vehicles and innovative technologies that can help Vietnam and the world transition to a sustainable future. The company has been working to accelerate sustainable development through smart electric vehicles and solar energy. Selex Motors is seeking to raise funds to build an electric two-wheeler platform for smart and sustainable mobility.

    The company’s two-wheeler has a novel IoT-centric design and proprietary technologies that give customers mindset-shifting performance, convenient and hassle-free ownership. This new model is designed with a comprehensive battery solution that will fundamentally solve the range problem and accelerate the adoption of electric two-wheelers. The project has a potential within 5 years to reach revenues of US$ 150 million, reduce 218,000 tons CO2 equivalent/year, and create 300 new jobs.

  • Sembcorp Solar Singapore Pte Ltd

    Sembcorp Solar Singapore, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Industries Ltd is a leading solar energy player with over 140 megawatts peak (MWp) of capacity situated across more than 1,500 sites in Singapore. With a strong portfolio covering major corporations to government agencies, Sembcorp is your preferred partner to help your organisation make a difference and move towards cleaner energy in Singapore.

  • Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore

    The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore’s national institute for applied solar energy research. SERIS is supported by the National University of Singapore (NUS), National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB). It has the stature of an NUS University-level Research Institute and is endowed with considerable autonomy and flexibility, including an industry friendly IP policy.

    SERIS conducts research, development, testing and consulting on solar energy technologies and their integration into power systems and buildings. The institute’s R&D spectrum covers materials, components, processes, systems and services, with an emphasis on solar photovoltaic cells, modules and systems. SERIS is globally active but focuses on technologies and services for tropical regions, in particular for Singapore and South-East Asia.

    SERIS’ multi-disciplinary research team includes more than 150 scientists, engineers, technicians and PhD students. In addition, the institute has formal research links with more than 20 professors from NUS (“Adjunct researchers”).

    SERIS collaborates closely with universities, research organisations, government agencies and industry, both locally and globally. The collaborations with companies from the global solar sector span from small start-ups to industry leading heavyweights.

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  • Sunseap Group Pte Ltd

    Sunseap Group is the leading solar energy system developer, owner and operator in Singapore. It operates through three key units: Sunseap Leasing, Sunseap International and Sunseap Energy. Sunseap Leasing is the first and largest solar leasing company in Singapore. Sunseap International targets markets in the South East Asian and Pacific regions. These include a 140 MegaWatt-peak (MWp) solar farm in India and a 10 MWp solar farm in Cambodia. Sunseap Energy provides clean energy solutions utilising off-site arrangements by drawing on solar systems within the Group’s portfolio of distributed generation assets. A notable client is Apple, which recently signed an agreement with Sunseap to procure 100% of its local energy requirements from renewable sources.

  • TransferFi

    TransferFi is creating the world's first long-range, safe and efficient Wireless Power Network (WPN).

    It will be used to power Industry 4.0 sensors to reduce wiring complexity and high-power applications that will provide easy access to primary sources of energy such as remote renewable and power transfer for space technology.

    The vision of TransferFi is to provide access to wireless power to anyone, anywhere at any time.

  • Utopus Insights

    Utopus Insights is a New York-based data-driven energy analytics Software as a Service (SaaS) company that develops global digital solutions to accelerate the integration of renewable energy into the modern grid.

    Our 'digital intelligence' leverages the power of advanced data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence to unlock insights from vast amounts of IoT data including sensor, smart meter and weather data.

    This helps renewable energy asset owners, operators, and utilities optimize their financial interests and increase reliance on typically intermittent renewable energy sources. Enhanced forecasting capabilities improve asset predictability, promote reliability, and augment maintenance operations to lower costs and extract additional revenue.

    Utopus Insights delivers software products that are descriptive (historic data and real-time visualization), predictive (energy and weather forecasting), and prescriptive (asset health for optimal maintenance and uptime).

  • Vigti Pte Ltd

    Vigti is a proprietary machine learning-based software solution enabling gas utility company identify, classify and localize anomalies such as leak, burst and water ingress, which would otherwise go undetected, in the distribution pipeline network. Vigti is sensor agnostic making it scalable to any network and fluid type delivering key insights thus enabling the utility company to take preventive measures in case of anomalies.

  • VFlow Tech Pte Ltd

    V-Flow tech is reinventing the Vanadium redox flow technology to develop the cheapest and most efficient modular flow batteries in the world. Our technology is powered by unique IPs developed over 5 years of research and advanced IOT sensors and AI algorithm. Our ESS solutions are designed to deliver a long lasting and reliable storage with a complete “energy + storage” solution. Our storage solution has a life span of 25 years and is one of the safest battery technologies being developed.

  • vTrium Energy

    vTrium Energy is a home grown Singapore energy services company. Through our subsidiaries, Red Dot Power, Red Dot Renergy and Revo Charge, we have emerged as a clean energy eco-system facilitator capable of delivering sustainable energy solutions. This is achieved with our disruptive business models across the electricity value chain, providing all-inclusive energy management solutions integrating Energy Demand Management, Solar, Battery Storage, Electric Vehicle (eV) Charging and Fuel Cells for on-site power generation solutions. 

  • W2E Co Ltd

    W2E Co Ltd is a joint-venture between Renewables Plus Sdn Bhd., a company with 15 years of experience in biomass gasification in Malaysia, and Thai Martin Trading Co., Ltd., a family owned investment holding company in Thailand.

    Over the next 5 years, W2E has scheduled to build a total of 10 MWs of power generation capacity—comprising a series of 1 MW, modular gasification power generating units in 6 Townships of the Tanintharyi Region in Myanmar. The Tanintharyi Region has a population of 1.8 million people, with the grid connectivity to the Myanmar Central Power Grid of below 20%. Local people pay an average rate of US$ 0.28 cents per kwh to the very small power producers and distributors.

    With the construction of gasification power generating units, W2E aims to provide power at a price as low as US$ 0.18 cents per kwh while creating more jobs for local people, reducing pollution and facilitating the local economy. The company is looking to raise US$ 23.5 million, with a typical payback period of 6 years.

  • Workforce Singapore

    Workforce Singapore (WSG) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Manpower (MOM). It will oversee the transformation of the local workforce and industry to meet ongoing economic challenges. WSG will promote the development, competitiveness, inclusiveness, and employability of all levels of the workforce. This will ensure that all sectors of the economy are supported by a strong, inclusive Singaporean core.

    While its key focus is to help workers meet their career aspirations and secure quality jobs at different stages of life,  WSG  will also address the needs of business owners and companies by providing support to enable manpower-lean enterprises to remain competitive. It will help businesses in different economic sectors create quality jobs, develop a manpower pipeline to support industry growth, and match the right people to the right jobs.