11th & 21st

March

2015





The Asian Youth Energy Summit 2015 will be a two-day summit themed "Global Challenges, Local Opportunities" featuring prominent speakers and thought-provoking events. The highlights of the summit are:


 



Venue

Day 1:
Energy Trail: Stephen Riady Centre, Global Learning Room

Day 2:
Changing The Game Workshop: University Town, Education Resource Centre, Seminar rooms 2 & 3
Speaker Sessions: University Town, Auditorium 3


Day 1 - 11th March 2015

Time Activity
1230-1250 Registration
1250-1300 Primer
1300-1325 Singapore's solar energy vision and policy
1325-1350 Solar energy research areas and opportunities in Singapore
1350-1415 Process, Developments and Challenges in solar PV manufacturing
1415-1445 Discussion and Interaction with Speakers
1445-1530 Travel to Singapore Sports Hub
1530-1645 Site visit at the Phoenix Solar installations at Singapore Sports Hub
1645-1745 Ending activities: Discussion and presentation by participants

Day 2 - 21st March 2015

Time Activity
Changing The Game Workshop
0930-1000 Registration @ Seminar room 2, Education Resource Centre level 3
1000-1300 Changing the Game
Conference Programme
1330-1400 Registration @ Auditorium 3
1400-1410 Opening
1410-1430 Singapore’s Climate Change Strategy
1430-1450 Solar is coming and it is here to stay
1450-1510 The Future of the Built Environment
1510-1530 The Role of Oil and Gas in Our Energy Future
1530-1550 Passion and Patience in Entrepreneurship in “Clean and Green” Technologies
1550-1600 Break
1600-1630 Panel discussion
1630-1730 Networking Session

Energy Carta is a non-profit organization founded in Singapore by a team of young adults who want to make a positive impact in the world. We are part of a global movement that is driven by a passion for sustainable development, the environment and a desire to invoke change through our actions.

We seek to promote our cause by bringing various stakeholders together to have meaningful discourse and provide pragmatic solutions. In particular, we seek to promote interest amongst grassroots and students, offering opportunities for greater interaction between youth and industry.


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