The Future Transport Ecosystem and Car-Sharing

By Cheng Zhi Wei One of the many suggested solutions to the urban mobility challenges of tomorrow is car-sharing. While there are several examples of car-sharing in Singapore, it has not taken off at the level needed to generate noticeable impact on the transport network. Speaking at a session on…

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A Zero Waste Hierarchy for Developing Countries in Asia

Developing countries in Asia are struggling with the increasing amounts of waste generated and disposed. Those countries without the proper waste infrastructure and collection services often resort to open dumping or burning, thus causing environmental pollution and health problems. What is Zero Waste? Zero Waste is a concept that could…

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SEAS Starts Singapore’s First Cleantech Incubator and Accelerator

To help cleantech startups and entrepreneurs in Singapore with business and technology advisory and access to capital, the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) is starting and managing Singapore’s first Cleantech Incubator and Accelerator, together with six partners from the engineering, research, and investment fields. SEAS represents the interests of…

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Lessons From Nova Scotia On Developing Renewable Energy

By Cheng Zhi Wei Speaking at the Opening Plenary of the Asia Future Energy Forum yesterday as part of the Singapore International Energy Week 2013, Mr Bruce Cameron, Executive Director, Sustainable and Renewable Energy, Nova Scotia Department of Energy in Canada, shared his experience of developing Nova Scotia‚Äôs ocean energy…

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Singapore Shares Initiatives for the Energy Market at the Singapore International Energy Week 2013

Mr S Iswran, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade and Industry, shares Singapore’s initiatives for the energy market at the Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) 2013. SIEW is an annual gathering of global energy leaders from the government, industry and international organisations…

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