Discover the latest opportunities for Swiss SMEs in the Cleantech markets of Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand
Discuss with local experts the demand for Cleantech in urban regeneration projects and Smart City developments in South East Asia. Our webinar gives insights into how to win business, how Singapore addresses the urban heat challenge – and hear from a Swiss company that successfully entered the ASEAN market.
This webinar will introduce three exciting and rapidly advancing country Cleantech markets, focusing on the major sectors open to international collaboration. Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand’s urban regeneration and Smart Cities projects present significant opportunities for Swiss SMEs. Our industry experts share a timely overview of the latest developments and pinpoint ideal opportunities for Swiss Cleantech companies. Participants will hear from the Swiss Ambassador to Singapore on smart sustainability initiatives and from Singapore-ETH Centre, Lead Principal Investigator of Cooling Singapore project on how Singapore addresses the urban heat challenges, improve liveability and sustainability and the Digital Urban Climate Twin (DUCT) tool that the team is developing to help planners stimualte impact of factors on urban climate. A deep-dive will look at the renewable energy sector in the region, with Asian insiders revealing specific entry points for Swiss Cleantechs.
Following the discussion, a Q&A session will allow participants to talk directly to the local specialists and learn the requirements of doing business in the three focus markets.
A Swiss company will share its experience of doing business within this region.
Swiss Cleantech smartening up Asia’s mega-cities
The demand for technological innovations to improve Asia’s urban systems and networks has never been greater. As front-runners, Swiss businesses are in a unique position to meet this growing demand. Discover the best ways to win business in South East Asia and get insights into how Switzerland Global Enterprise can support Swiss SMEs in their international Cleantech projects in this essential webinar.
Cooling Singapore at the Singapore-ETH Centre
Cooling Singapore is a project lead by the Singapore-ETH Centre, which was established by ETH Zurich and the National Research Foundation. The project seeks to tackle urban heat, known as the urban heat island (UHI) effect, together with government agencies and researchers from the Singapore Management University, TUMCREATE, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, National University of Singapore and Cambridge CARES.
The team is developing an island-wide digital urban climate twin (DUCT) of Singapore and ultimately, a set of climate-informed urban design guidelines. By furthering the scientific knowledge required for climate-sensitive design of the urban environment, the team seeks not only to improve residents’ comfort level outdoors, but also to enhance liveability and well-being of residents, and sustainability.
Dr Kristina Orehounig is the lead principal investigator of the Cooling Singapore project at the Singapore-ETH Centre. She is interested in sustainable concepts in building design and operation, the integration of renewable energy systems in neighbourhoods, transforming buildings, neighbourhoods and cities into energy-efficient and decarbonised systems through simulation and optimisation. Dr Orehounig is concurrently heading the Laboratory of Urban Energy Systems at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa). In 2011, she received the Outstanding Young Contributor Award from the International building performance simulation association (IBPSA).
|Target audience||Swiss and Liechtenstein companies|
|Organizer||Switzerland Global Enterprise|
|Cost of participating||free of charge|