Welcome to SEAS
Launched on 12th July 2006, SEAS represents the interests and provides a common platform for companies in Renewable Energy, Carbon Trading, Energy Efficiency, Clean Development mechanism projects and the Financial Institutions to meet, discuss, collaborate and undertake viable projects together. The Association also extends its focus to include Capacity Building, Technology strengthening and Market Intelligence sourcing to assist its members in achieving Sustainable Growth.SEAS aims to facilitate the business of its Member companies, and thus developing Singapore as the regional center for the promotion of Energy Efficiency Technologies and Services, showcasing of Renewable Energy Technologies, Carbon Asset Management and Trading as well as Clean Energy Finance.
Why Join SEAS
- Networking Opportunities
- Get access to Members only Events and Information
- Business Advisory Services
- Benefits in Events Registration
- List your Job Opportunities
To help the SME Members to enhance their capabilities in Technology Innovation and Product Development Market Development
To assist members by Organizing Trade Missions, Business Intelligence Reports as well as working with like-minded Association in the region to explore new Business and Technology Partnerships for Members Training and Learning
Working with Industry to identify appropriate Training and Professional Development in the Sustainable Energy Sector and conducting Training in the niche area of Sustainable Development
938 LIVE: Interview with Mr Edwin Khew
09 September 2013 | 938 LIVE: Interview with Mr Edwin Khew
EAS Chairman Mr Edwin Khew spoke on 938LIVE to share with listeners what Clean Technology is, why it makes good business sense to go into Clean Technology, and how Singapore is already on its way to being the test bed for clean technologies in the region.
28 August 2013 | Business Times
China looks to Singapore for business and social management of its clean energy
16 August 2013 | Channelnews Asia
Being in close proximity to the heart of clean tech is why SEAS is located at the CleanTech park.
The Myanmar Times
15 July 2013 | The Myanmar Times
Using Laos as a role model for Myanmar to meet its energy needs.
15 July 2013 | CNN International
Myanmar staying connected to the grid to provide sustainable energy for its 60 million people.
11 July 2013 | Channelnews Asia
SEAS leads national SME Energy Efficiency initiatve to help more than 300 SMEs reduce energy costs by at least 10% in 3 years
26 June 2013 | Eco-business.com
SE Asia heads towards using renewable energy sources after discovering that renewable energy is really cheaper than fossil fuels, opening up investment opportunities in the region.
The Sydney Morning Herald
26 June 2013 | The Sydney Morning Herald
Green energy does reduce energy prices, study finds. But at the cost of generators' revenues.
18 June 2013 | The Standard
Jakarta says Singaporean and Malaysian Palm Oil companies are also to blame for the haze, which has reached its highest levels in 16 years.
The Jakarta Post
18 June 2013 | The Jakarta Post
Haze from forest fires in Riau causing flight disruptions
The Foreign Report
18 June 2013 | The Foreign Report
Mongolia shows us how to deal with the contradictions of food shortage and wastage.
The New York Times
18 June 2013 | The New York Times
New York aims to have a city-wide food composting programme by 2015, in addition to existing recycling programmes.
The Japan Times
14 June 2013 | The Japan Times
Japan Solar: Japan set to be largest solar market, with forecasts of up to $19.8 billion (¥1.91 trillion) in 2013, surpassing Germany.
14 June 2013 | Channelnews Asia
Singapore's housing development board to develop new tool with the ability to recommend optimal scenarios to achieve desired outcomes of a living environment, which will aid with town planning.
Japan Daily Press
14 June 2013 | Japan Daily Press
Japan Solar: Korean conglomerate Hanwha Group sets foot in Japan, which it is calling "one of the fastest growing energy markets in the world", post-Fukushima and rising concerns about bringing the remaining nuclear reactors back online.
13 June 2013 | Bloomberg
Is solar in India cheaper than expected?
Renewable Energy World
13 June 2013 | Renewable Energy World
Renewable Energy investment in developing countries rise to $112 billion in 2012, forming a larger portion of global investments in 2012 than in 2011, but CO2 emissions are still on the rise
13 June 2013 | Bloomberg Sustainability
With Ulaanbaatar named by WHO as the second-worst city for air quality, Mongolia opens $122 million wind farm, that might be able to save eliminate 180,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year, and the energy could possibly be exported in the future
The Jakarta Post
13 June 2013 | The Jakarta Post
Camelina plant used for biofuels, and are cultivated in Yogyakarta will help add on to local farmers' income and will not compete with food crops
13 June 2013 | Energy Asia
German chemical giant Lanxess sets up headquarters in Singapore to grow its butyl rubber business in the Asia-Pacific region
13 June 2013 | TODAY News
Singaporean researcher develops rooftop system that uses solar energy to break down water to from Hydrogen gas and Oxygen at 100 - 120 litres per hour
The Green Business Times
13 June 2013 | The Green Business Times
Singapore government launches BCA-IDA Green Mark for New Data Centres to recognise the contribution by energy efficient data centres in energy resource-scarce Singapore