Asia, Southeast Asia, and Singapore face daunting energy challenges. As a consequence of a rapid increase in energy consumption, the region faces manifold challenges, including rising fuel prices associated with coal, natural gas, and oil, further degradation of the natural environment, and increased dependence on foreign supplies of energy-related fuels. Within this complicated environment, is Singapore ready for renewable energy?
Can it play a leading role in promoting clean energy on the global stage? If so, how can innovative policy mechanisms overcome the impediments to renewable energy? Come join us for an interactive two hour forum with some of the leading minds in Singapore to discuss these questions (and many more
Seminar Room 3-1, Level 3, Manasseh Meyer, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, 469C Bukit Timah Road, Singapore-25977
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|Roundtable on Renewable Energy - Is Singapore Ready for Renewable Energy?||16-Jul-2008 14:00:00||16-Jul-2008 16:00:00|