The Electric Mobility Working Group is a focused interest group under the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), aiming to bring together experts and key players to provide vision, direction and guidance in the development of electric Mobility both in Singapore and the region. This is in line with Singapore's Net Zero ambitions by 2050. SEAS also launched a white paper "Levelling the playing field for Electric Mobility in Singapore" in 2016.
SEAS set up Energy Storage Working Group in April 2021 to form an ecosystem for all energy storage companies and to have a common platform to share and grow the sector together. ESS is an integral part of RE projects within the region. ESS involves solar, wind technologies, investors, digitalisation, financing and carbon which is generated from these projects. This Working Group encourages training, promotion of standards and providing vision and guidance of ESS projects in the region within the regulation and guidelines of electricity market in Singapore.
Chew Yong Hui is a Course Manager for Electrical Engineering at ITE College West in Singapore. With a commitment to educational innovation and a passion for green technologies, Yong Hui infused Project-Based Learning Pedagogy into his teaching methodologies. By actively engaging students in real-world meaningful projects which enhanced their learning experiences. Dedicated to enabling students to explore technological pathways leading to a cleaner energy future.
He oversees a dedicated team of Section Heads and Lecturers to ensure the quality of teaching and effectiveness of curriculum delivery while maintaining collaborative partnership efforts with external agencies, industry and parents.
He received the Crescendas Medal for Outstanding Engineering Physics Teacher (Poly/ITE) from the Institute of Physics Singapore in 2017 and the Best Teacher Award in 2013 from ITE.
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
Chief Technology Officer at Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation
Dr Sanjay Chittaranjan Kuttan, currently the Executive Director of the Singapore Maritime Institute. Prior to SMI, he was the program director of the Smart Multi Energy System project at the Energy Research Institute at Nanyang Technological University. He has held various positions across his career since 1994 both in private and public sector.
His roles in the private sector range from line management (AP Technical Response Manager at ExxonMobil Asia Pacific, 10 years), business development (Business Development Manager at Mobil Oil Australia, 2 years); policy and program management (Energy Market Authority, 2 years) to management consulting (Petroleum Practice Expert/Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company, 4 years) and business leadership (Managing Director, Clean Technology Center and Country manager, DNVGL - Energy, 5 years).
Group CEO of Durapower Technology (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Prior to joining Durapower in 2014, Mr Kelvin Lim spent 15 years across the ST Engineering Group of Companies, where he assumed different engineering and business leadership functions at several countries, including Singapore, China and the USA. Mr Lim currently holds board directorship and is a member of industry advisory councils of several organisations, including the Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific (EVAAP), Nanyang Technological University (School of Materials Science and Engineering), and Singapore Institute of Technology (School of Electric Engineering).
Peter Ng is the strategic business advisor for Narada Power source company Singapore office. Peter Ng brings with him more than 25 years of experience in the power and battery energy storage industry. Peter is a “entrepreneur” in his profession and also a certified professional electrical power engineer, whose clients include global telecommunication companies, power generation companies across asia pacific countries, government agencies and many power engineering enterprise who has established regional offices or headquaters operation in Singapore.