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Renewable energy has been at the centre of energy transition discussions worldwide as a means to tackle climate change. However, as most renewable energies are intermittent sources of energies (such as solar and wind power), their large-scale adoption and integration in energy grids have proven to be a challenge.

Various solutions such as hydrogen are being tested to overcome the challenges posed by grid integration. Emerging low-carbon alternatives and carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies are also incorporated in transition plans – such as Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 – to lower the carbon footprint of our energy systems.

Welcoming international experts, this panel will discuss global challenges for the future of energy production and consumption as well as how concrete initiatives provide valuable feedback on the way towards cleaner energy sources and energy efficiency.

Participants may attend the panel in-person by signing up or join it online here on FB live.

Register here for for physical attendance and get a complimentary admission to the Science Centre Singapore for the PM session on the day of the conference

4.30PM – 6.30PM


Take a peek at the speakers:

Ms Beatrice Cordiano, Onboard Scientist in Energy and Sustainable Development, Energy Observer 

I graduated from Politecnico di Torino in energy and nuclear engineering with a specialisation in innovation for energy production. After a master thesis on hydrogen production via adsorption processes at ETH Zürich, I worked there as a research assistant on CO2 separation and capture technologies. I now work for Energy Observer as onboard scientist and environment, energy and sustainability expert.


Mr Romaric Segla, Expert, Institut de la Francophonie pour le développement durable 

Romaric Segla has worked for almost 10 years in renewable energies and energy efficiency fields in Europe, Asia, North America and Africa. He has managed solar and wind energy projects, supported the implementation of an Energy Information System in addition to the development of two energy efficiency policies for buildings and electrical appliances. Furthermore, he has developed online trainings tools in sustainable development area. He is an industrial engineer, with various specializations in mechanics, electronics, change management and innovation, completed with different professional trainings in his working domains.


Mr Jérémy Lovey, VP Development & Partnerships Asia P acific, Solar Impluse Foundation

Jeremy Lovey is the VP Development & Partnerships Asia Pacific of the Solar Impulse Foundation. The Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by explorer and clean technology ambassador Bertrand Piccard. It identifies and promotes technological solutions that can protect the environment in a profitable way. The Foundation’s labeling process is the only evaluation available today that assesses the economic profitability of products and processes that protect the environment in the fields of water, energy, mobility, infrastructure, industry, and agriculture. It is awarded following a rigorous evaluation process carried out by a pool of independent Experts and based on verified standards covering the three main themes of feasibility, environmental impact, and profitability. Jeremy joined Solar Impulse during the first round-the-world with a solar airplane in 2015. Previously he held different positions in marketing. Jeremy has an MBA from the School of Management Fribourg and a Bachelor from EHL Hospitality Business School.

Mr Eu Pui San, Energy Specialist & Power Engineer 

Eu Pui Sun developed the retail business for Senoko Energy since 2001. and has worked in the utilities industry for over 40 years since he joined the Public Utilities Board (PUB) as a maintenance engineer in the generation division handling steam boilers, steam turbines, gas turbines and Combined Cycle Plants. He was also the Training Manager of the PUB Training Centre and later, the Singapore Power Training Institute. He led the company with a strong focus for Corporate Social Responsibility and environmental sustainability which evolved into the Senoko Sustainability Challenge for schools in 2013 and 2016. Pui Sun holds a Master of Science Degree in System & Industrial Engineering and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore. He is an independent Consultant and served as a Board member for Snow City Venture, a subsidiary of the Science Centre since 2014. He is a Member of the Expert Board for Appeals under the Carbon Pricing Act since 2020.

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