The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) represents the interests and provides a common platform for companies in Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Carbon Management, e- mobility, smart grids and Financial Institutions to meet, discuss, collaborate and undertake viable projects together. The Association is a non-profit, non-government business association, and its mission is to assist its members in achieving sustainable growth locally and regionally through business and market development. SEAS plays a strategic role in supporting and promoting Singapore’s vision to be a global centre for sustainable energy, where products and solutions are developed and exported. For more information about what the association does and its services, please visit www.seas.org.sg
Established in June 2010, the Energy Research Institute @NTU (ERI@N)’s distinguishes itself through excellence in basic research directed towards outcomes of high industry relevance, with focus on systems-level research for tropical megacities. It achieves this via seven Interdisciplinary Research Programmes (IRP) and two flagship projects that covers the energy value chain from generation, transmission to end use. The IRPs address research covering the domains of renewables, low carbon generation along with energy storage and fuel cells; renewables integration, multi-energy systems and grids; sustainable buildings, future mobility solutions and maritime clean energy.
For more information, please visit erian.ntu.edu.sg
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. It commenced operations in 2008. SERIS is supported by the National University of Singapore (NUS), the National Research Foundation (NRF), the Energy Market Authority of Singapore (EMA) 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.
About Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW)
The Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) is an annual platform for energy professionals, policymakers and commentators to discuss and share best practices and solutions within the global energy space. SIEW aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and discussions on pertinent energy-related issues, while simultaneously meeting the strategic objectives of Singapore’s commitment to becoming a global leader among energy companies converging on the event, as well as to provide a platform to showcase innovative products and solutions in the energy marketplace.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific, while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty. It assists its members and partners by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development.
The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), a government agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry, is responsible for strategies that enhance Singapore’s position as a global centre for business, innovation, and talent.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Our main goals are to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Through our work, EMA seeks to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth.
Enterprise Singapore, formerly International Enterprise Singapore and SPRING Singapore, is the government agency championing enterprise development. We work with committed companies to build capabilities, innovate and internationalise. We also support the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups. As the national standards and accreditation body, we continue to build trust in Singapore’s products and services through quality and standards.
The Asia-Pacific ESCO Industry Alliance (APEIA) was initially convened in June 2018 as a platform for ESCO associations across the Asia-Pacific for sharing knowledge and experience, building capacity and ultimately potentially mobilizing energy efficiency projects and financing across the Asia-Pacific region. While it continues to reach out to more ESCO communities in the region, APEIA is currently supported by ten country ESCO associations: Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE), India; Asosiasi Perusahaan Pendukung Konservasi Energi Indonesia (APKENINDO), Indonesia; Energy and Environmental Service Industry Alliance (EESIA), China; Japan Association of Energy Service Companies (JAESCO), Japan; Korea Association of ESCO (KAESCO), Korea; Malaysia Association of Energy Service Companies (MAESCO), Malaysia; Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2), Philippines; Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), Singapore; Taiwan Energy Service Association (TESA), Taiwan; and the Thai ESCO Association, Thailand.
The Carbon Trust is a global climate consultancy driven by the mission to accelerate the move to a decarbonised future. We have been pioneering decarbonisation for more than 20 years for businesses, governments, and organisations. We put impact first – and reinvest any surplus into achieving our mission. That means we are impartial, objective, and true to our vision - where environmental sustainability and economic realities go hand in hand.
The French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore supports over 650 companies and individual members representing a total network of 7,000 contacts in Singapore. Offering a comprehensive range of competitive, efficient and customised services, our mission is to connect and promote our members, boosting their development in Singapore and in the region.
The Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (SGC) is one of the largest national business chambers in Singapore with a membership of about 600 representatives from a variety of industries from Germany and Singapore. SGC’s service unit, DEinternational, serves clients in their business needs e.g. searching for business partners, organizing business missions and business trips, finding staff members and providing market analysis.
SICC has been helping businesses and Singapore since its foundation on 8 February 1837. The Chamber is Singapore’s longest serving, independent business association. No other voluntary business association in Singapore has such a diverse membership base drawn from all sectors of the economy: 50% of member companies are Singaporean owned businesses and 50% foreign owned businesses. Half of member companies are large organisations including multinationals and half are medium, small and start-up companies. The Chamber’s members form a network of purpose connecting people to expand business opportunities and while doing so to:
Champion anti-ageism in the workforce, positive workplace culture and talent integration, Singapore’s multiculturalism, leader and people skills development, collaborative innovation, digitalisation and transitioning to circular models of production and consumption to achieve true commercial and environmental sustainability.