March 2019

Tomorrow's cities: Engineering the energy transition

National Museum of Singapore

3 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897


In support of SDG

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About this Event

Almost 7 million people move to cities in Southeast Asia each year. As urbanisation drives the exponential growth of cities in the region, governments and businesses are turning to smart solutions and data analytics to provide better infrastructure services for their people.

But with the world’s most climate-vulnerable countries calling the region home, it is no longer enough to be a smart city—cities must become climate-smart to survive. Smart solutions could eliminate 270,000 kilotonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually—five times the volume of Singapore’s yearly greenhouse gas emissions. But is Southeast Asia prepared to seize this opportunity for sustainable development? What are the business opportunities ahead?

Organised by Eco-Business in partnership with Danfoss and the Danish Embassy, Tomorrow’s cities: Engineering the energy transition asks the question:

• As Southeast Asia’s cities get smarter, how can they also become climate-smart?

• How can governments and business prepare for a decarbonised future and retain their edge during the global transition to clean and renewable energy?

• What are the success stories, business models and technologies available to drive sustainable, energy-efficient transformation?

This high-level, thought provoking forum will convene some 150 senior business leaders, policymakers and innovators pushing the sustainability conversation in the areas of energy efficiency, green buildings, cold chain and electrification.

Tomorrow’s cities: Engineering the energy transition will offer insights into trends that are already shaping Southeast Asia, and explore novel ideas and solutions that could change the development trajectory of Singapore and the region.

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