Event Details


With rising global energy prices, many food manufacturers (FM) and food service (FS) players are facing large hikes in their utility costs. There is also a strong international and domestic push for our companies to adopt sustainable business practices.


In this context, Enterprise Singapore, the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and the Singapore Food Manufacturers' Association (SFMA) are pleased to co-organise a workshop to share about renewable energy and energy efficiency with FM and FS companies, as well as available solutions to manage energy consumption in a sustainable and cost-efficient manner.


Speakers will share about a range of solutions including energy audits, energy efficiency/optimisation and renewable energy such as solar energy. Their sharing will include the technical, policy and commercial aspects of these solutions, as well as best practices.


The info session will be followed by small group business matching meetings between energy efficiency/ solar energy vendors and participating companies. Through these meetings, companies can assess the feasibility of adopting new energy efficiency/ solar energy solutions based on your unique needs.

Agenda

3 PM - 3:05 PM
Welcome Remarks by Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
3:05 PM - 3:10 PM
Welcome Remarks by Singapore Food Manufacturers' Association (SFMA)
3:10 PM - 3:15 PM
Welcome Remarks by EnterpriseSG (ESG)
3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Overview of Energy Efficiency solutions
3:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Overview of Clean Energy solutions
3:45 PM - 4 PM
Overview of Other Clean Energy Solutions
4 PM - 4:15 PM
Presentation by NEA - Energy Efficiency Fund support
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM
Business Matching Session

Speakers

  • Vincent Low (V-President at G-Energy Global Pte Ltd)

    Vincent Low

    V-President at G-Energy Global Pte Ltd

    Mr Vincent Low is the Vice President (Business Development) for G-Energy Global Pte Ltd. (Singapore). He is also a Key Qualified Personnel (KQP) accredited by Energy Sustainability Unit (ESU) - National University of Singapore (NUS) and Certified Green Mark Manager Professional (Cert. GMP) accredited by Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore.


    Vincent Low is also the Honorary Treasurer of SEAS.

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  • Dr Siaw Ee Loh (Manager at Sobono Pte Ltd)

    Dr Siaw Ee Loh

    Manager at Sobono Pte Ltd

    With vast experience involving scientific to analytical pursue & senior management in various fields & industries. Dr Loh bring forth another dimension to the team trough synergising Sobono's range processes and solutions.

    It is Dr Loh's mission to refine and redifine the different of waste stream towards recovery of finite resources.

    Dr Loh graduated from National University of Singapore with a major in Chemistry which he later went to complete his Ph.D degree from the same University.

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  • Choon Jin Yeoh (Director, Urban Solutions & Infrastructure Services of EnterpriseSG)

    Choon Jin Yeoh

    Director, Urban Solutions & Infrastructure Services of EnterpriseSG

    Mr Yeoh Choon Jin is currently the Director overseeing the Urban Solutions and Infrastructure Services industry cluster groups of Enterprise Singapore.
    Enterprise Singapore is the government agency championing enterprise development.
    Choon Jin’s portfolio covers the energy, water and waste management sub-sectors as well as built environment and real estate. He leads the team to engage committed enterprises to help them build their capabilities, innovate and expand their presence internationally.
    Choon Jin participates actively in various multi-agency collaboration platforms and works closely with stakeholders on sustainability-related discussions. Prior to his current role, Choon Jin was overseeing the Marine & Offshore cluster and also spent a few years in private sector R&D as well as the banking industry

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  • Aileen Low (Manager at Singapore Food Manufacturers' Association (SFMA))

    Aileen Low

    Manager at Singapore Food Manufacturers' Association (SFMA)

    Manages projects under the LEAD programme, which helps food manufacturing companies to build up their capability in the areas of innovation, productivity, internationalization, digitialisation and sustainability.

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  • Fendy Nursalim (General Manager at Sembcorp Solar Singapore)

    Fendy Nursalim

    General Manager at Sembcorp Solar Singapore

    Mr Fendy Nursalim is General Manager of Sembcorp Solar Singapore. He is responsible for driving the overall performance of the solar business, including Business Development, Customer Management and Commercial, Engineering, Project Development & Safety, Quality Assurance/Quality Control, and Operations and Maintenance of all solar assets. He is also responsible for leading the team in preparing and submitting technical and commercial proposals to government agencies and customers for project tenders.

    Previously from Sembcorp’s Utilities business, Fendy has roots in engineering and plant operations. Driven by a desire to play a part in Singapore’s increasing adoption of renewable energy into its energy generation mix, he switched over to the Renewables business and joined the solar team in 2017 when it was in its infancy. Keen to learn and eager to try his hands at something, he helped establish a new frontier for Sembcorp as a company, which was then just starting new to venture into the rooftop solar business.

    Fendy was part of the pioneering team which grew the solar business in Sembcorp and contributed to the solar deployment capacity in Singapore from 6MWp in 2017 to the current 405MWp in operation and under development. 405MWp makes up close to 20% of Singapore’s 2030 target of 2GWp.

    Fendy holds a Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from University of California, Berkeley and a Master’s in Environmental Engineering from Nanyang Technological University.

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  • Fadhil Soffe (Engineer at National Environment Agency)

    Fadhil Soffe

    Engineer at National Environment Agency

    Mr Fadhil Soffe is an Engineer from Department of Sustainability Programmes at the National Environment Agency. Mr Fadhil administers the Energy Efficiency Fund which supports various energy efficiency and low carbon initiatives such as investing in energy efficient equipment or technologies, implementing energy management information system, switching to water-cooled chillers using low-global warming potential refrigerant, and conducting energy audit to identify potential areas to improve energy efficiency.

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Venue

Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)

180 Kitchener Road
City Square Mall
#06-10
Singapore 208539

Singapore

If you have any questions please contact Norazah Salim

Contact Organizer

+65 63388578

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