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SEAS Clean Energy Committee has been active since 2007 to provide a forum for companies & individuals to discuss issues around clean energy policies, technologies and finance that impact the industry.

Like many countries in Southeast Asia, the abundant sunlight in Singapore, coupled with lower equipment costs, makes solar power a viable, alternative source of electricity for many businesses. The SEAS White Paper showed that solar power is now at grid parity, so it is competitive with traditional sources of energy and will be the leading renewable option for Singapore. Besides solar other options for Singapore will be biomass, biogas and marine renewables.

Asia's solar energy industry is undergoing formidable growth. Advances in technology and changes in government policies and regulations have driven the industry's expansion. It's also been fuelled by lower equipment costs that have increased the potential for savings, making its adoption an economic imperative, not just an environmental issue.

The benefits of using this clean energy are immense and the outlook for the industry is very positive. Especially with options emerging for businesses that cannot afford the upfront costs. Solar leasing allows them to use solar power without having to buy, maintain or install the PV panels. Customers only pay for the solar energy that they use.


10:00 AM - 10:05 AM
10:05 AM - 10:10 AM
Welcome remarks by Chairman
10:10 AM - 10:20 AM
New Member Introduction by First Solar
on First Solar’s differentiated approach to PV module supply
10:20 AM - 10:30 AM
New member Introduction by Trina Solar Energy Development Pte Ltd
on Trina Solar S'pore - Vertex N coming your way
10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Presentation by Power Systems Consultants Asia
on Emerging challenges and opportunities in electricity markets in energy transition towards net-zero carbon
10:45 AM - 11:00 AM
Update by Secretariat
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Q & A and Any other matter


  • Kavita Gandhi (Executive Director of Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore)

    Kavita Gandhi

    Executive Director of Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore


    Kavita Gandhi has an extensive background in environment and developmental sector spanning over last 20 years. Kavita has been involved in multi-dimensional projects like United States Asia Environmental Partnership (US-AEP) and was Instrumental in setting up of Clean Technology Environmental Management Centre (CTEM) in the Singapore Manufacturer’s Association. She has experience working with environmental sector startups and SMEs in her capacity as a manager of the Singapore Association for Environmental Companies (SAFECO). Kavita was one of the key personnel involved in setting up the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore and securing a grant from SPRING Singapore to run programs in the area of local enterprise development, market development and training & conferences for clean energy industry. She also represents the association in various government and non-government committees related to clean energy. She was instrumental in developing and managing some unique programs like the SME Energy Efficiency outreach as well cleantech incubator. Kavita has an MSc in Environmental Management from Wye College, University of London.
    Kavita is also representing SEAS on the following:
    • Environment & Resource Standards Committee (ERSC), ESG
    • Co-convener Renewable Energy Standards (RECs) working group, ESG
    • TC for Energy, ESG
    • SCEM Steering Committee, NEA
    • Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) committee, ADB
    • Advisory Board: EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy, NTU

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  • Christophe Inglin (Managing Director of Energetix Pte Ltd)

    Christophe Inglin

    Managing Director of Energetix Pte Ltd


    Mr Christophe Inglin has been in the field of Photovoltaics since 1996. He is currently the Managing Director of Energetix Pte Ltd. He is also on the council of SEAS as vice-chairman.

    Christophe was Managing Director of Phoenix Solar Pte Ltd, one of Singapore’s best respected solar systems integrators. Prior to that, he spent 10 years with Shell Solar Pte Ltd (formerly Siemens Showa Solar), a leading manufacturer of PV cells and
    modules. He is an invited trainer for the Green Mark Manager Programme held by the BCA Academy.

    Christophe holds a BSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Surrey in England, and an MBA from INSEAD in France.

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  • Antoine Wagschal (BD Manager - SEA at First Solar)

    Antoine Wagschal

    BD Manager - SEA at First Solar


    Antoine is an experienced Business Development and Sales Manager with over 10 years of experience in the solar industry value chain. Antoine supported solar energy adoption throughout South-East Asia and delivers the product knowledge and industry experience needed to sell technically sophisticated and sustainable solutions.
    Joining First Solar in 2016, Antoine is responsible for South-East Asia's strategy and business development efforts. Antoine engages with a broad range of stakeholders within the solar industry, including project developers, contractors, and financial institutions, to support their renewable energy projects and needs.
    Prior to working at First Solar, Antoine was managing EPC projects in Singapore before moving into sales within the commercial and industrial solar power space. Originally from France, Antoine has been based in Singapore for the past 10 years and holds and MS Degrees in Energy Processes from IMT France.

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  • Henry Eu (Key Account Manager at Trina Solar Energy Development Pte Ltd)

    Henry Eu

    Key Account Manager at Trina Solar Energy Development Pte Ltd


    Henry is the Key Account Manager - APAC at Trina Solar. With more than half a decade in PV, Henry started upstream with polysilicon, wafers to solar cells and in his current role in Trina, he is responsible for the downstream business development, sales and execution of Quality PV modules and systems. Prior to that, Henry was in commodities as an analyst in Unicredit and Morgan Stanley.

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  • Tri Le (Director of Business - Asia at Power Systems Consultants Asia)

    Tri Le

    Director of Business - Asia at Power Systems Consultants Asia

    Tri has over 22 years of experience with electricity markets and power networks. He provides design and market systems expertise and advice to PSC clients and assist clients in dynamic power system studies to connect large scale renewable projects to the grid in compliance with grid code.

    He has years of experience in design, operations, market monitoring and DER systems including market modelling, design, development and support in various jurisdictions in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei. Tri also has extensive knowledge and experience in optimisation techniques & applications in dispatching and pricing in energy markets, energy and reserve co-optimisation, water valuation/hydro-thermal coordination and optimisation, load forecasting and battery energy solution modelling, market trading analysis, EV smart charging, distributed energy resource optimisation and analysis and development of methods and tools for market planning and market monitoring.

    Over 15 years as an engagement lead & a trusted advisor to EMC, Tri was responsible for the NEMS Market Clearing Engine (MCE), market development & pricing issue analysis resolutions and engagement reports. He provided advisory services for market development through EMC to EMA, Technical Working Group (TWG) and the Rule Change Panel (RCP). The services spanned from market design and rules formulations, simulations & analysis through to the MCE enhancements and developments of market systems roadmap.

    As the Director of Business of PSC Asia, Tri is also responsible for supporting clients in their energy transition program development. Recent projects involved grid connection assessment of Singapore first floating solar pv farm in Tengeh Reservoir and supporting clients in large scale electricity import initiatives.

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