$39 million value-add and $130 million revenue expected over next three years.
Currently, SEAS represents the local clean energy companies in Singapore. Through LEAD, SEAS would be organising training courses for member companies to help them enhance their capabilities in technology innovation and product development. Plans are also underway to provide consultancy service to help nurture and incubate clean energy startups in Singapore.
Besides anchoring key international industry events such as Energex and Carbon Forum Asia in Singapore, SEAS will also be working with like-minded associations in the region to explore new business and technology partnerships. In addition, member companies can also look forward to more business opportunities ahead with overseas trade missions in the pipeline.
To help local players stay on top of the latest developments and know-how in the fast-moving clean energy industry, SEAS will be working with companies to identify training needs. Feedback from the training needs analysis will then be used to design relevant courses for the clean energy companies.