The third Cleantech Forum Asia is now coming to a screen near you on 8-10 June, 2021.
Join us for easy access to start-ups, scale-ups, investors and multinationals from across the region and the world. Not only will you meet the future of Asia’s sustainable innovation ecosystem, but you’ll also discover the global connections that will fuel your next opportunities wherever you live and work.
Watch a short video of our latest virtual forums to find out what you can expect from participating.
Connect with the people who can take you in a new direction. From investors to corporates to the latest generation of start-ups, you’ll have opportunities to complete a new deal, assess the latest technology and find the best avenues for progress.
See who attended the previous Forum here.
Learn from research-driven sessions
Get insights into critical topics like the potential for hydrogen across Asia, the future of food, sustainable real estate, evolving smart cities and more. You can choose from interactive sessions, presentations and international Innovation Company Showcases.
Meet the thinkers driving change
Whether you’re interested in energy and mobility or your focus extends to water and recycling or preparing your company to enter the Asian market, our speakers offer the latest insights into the ideas that are defining the future of clean technology.
Present Your Company at an Innovation Showcase
Ready to get in front of corporates, investors and other entrepreneurs? The application takes less than two minutes to complete, and is the only step needed to being selected for an Innovation Showcase at Cleantech Forum Asia, Singapore on 8-10 June. We’re looking for privately owned companies at any stage of of development who provide a solution that’s active or relevant to Asia Pacific. Application deadline 14 May 2021.
Explore the agenda and choose from interactive sessions, presentations and international Innovation Company Showcases. Each time-block on the agenda will provide variety for different team-members to take advantage of and we encourage you to visit regularly for updates.
All timings are in SGT (Singapore Time).
June 8, 2021
PlenaryFrom Chaos to Transformation: Perspectives from the Heart of APAC
Informal Discussion SessionParallel SessionInformal Discussion Session
MeetingParallel SessionRound Table
Women in Cleantech / Speed Networking
June 9, 2021
Landscape SessionAPAC 25
Informal Discussion SessionParallel SessionInformal Discussion Session
MeetingParallel SessionRound Table
Startup Competition / Awards
June 10, 2021
Landscape SessionOpening Session
Informal Discussion SessionParallel SessionInformal Discussion Session
MeetingParallel SessionRound Table
Cleantech Forum Asia Goes Virtual
Below a sneak peek of our platform, to learn how to make the most of your virtual event experience.
Mateen AbdulCo-Founder, Grassroots Energy Speaker bio
Mateen has 15+ years of experience with automotive majors and energy start-ups companies where he built businesses from concept to execution. Experienced professional with rich experience in sustainability, alternate energy, automotive and financial services. Currently working as co-founder at Emergence Bioenergy, Boston based renewable energy start-up providing off-grid energy solutions in South Asia and Africa. At Emergence, he is responsible for operations and business development in South Asia. Mateen has been involved in raising funding from global organizations.
At Ford, he was part of the corporate team to plan and execute $100 million retail expansion in India. At Suzuki, Mateen was part of the core team which set-up Industry first, new businesses in financial services. Mateen has extensive experience in franchising (network planning and execution, monitoring tools, financial analysis) and sales. Mateen completed his MBA from Babson (Global #1 program for Entrepreneurship).
Francois Aguey-ZinsouFounder & CTO, H2Store/Head of the Materials Energy Research Laboratory (MERLin), UNSW Speaker bio
Prof Francois Aguey-Zinsou is leading research into the fields of hydrogen technology and the properties of light metals and their hydrides at the nano-scale for hydrogen storage application and commercialization. He is also developing novel technologies for the effective conversion of CO2 into synthetic fuels and the effective utilisation of enzymes to catalyse hydrogen-based reaction in novel fuel cell systems. Francois Aguey-Zinsou is director of the Australian Association for Hydrogen Energy, Vice-President of the Australian French Association for Research and Innovation and Co-founder and CTO of H2Store. He was awarded 2018s’ Australia’s Most Innovative Engineer, and was a 2015 and 2017 finalist of the Australian Museum Eureka Prize.
Todd AllmendingerDirector of Research, Cleantech Group
Chelsea AndrewsGeneral Manager Asia-Pacific, XpertSea Speaker bio
In the past four years, Chelsea Andrews has worked with hundreds of aquaculture producers to implement “smart technologies” that advance production efficiency and sustainability. Acting as the General Manager of XpertSea In Asia, she has also played an integral role in scaling XpertSea from its infancy through a successful Series A. Self described as an ‘aquaculture nomad,’ Chelsea holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Smith College in Massachusetts, USA and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic in New York, USA.
Tony AttiCEO & Co-Founder, Phononic Speaker bio
Dr. Atti is an experienced energy technology investor, entrepreneur, and executive who has demonstrated expertise and leadership in venture financing, business development, start-up growth and operations, and negotiating joint venture relationships.
As founder and CEO at Phononic, he’s led the development and growth of the company as the leading innovator of solid state cooling and heating management solutions through accretive venture capital and institutional investor support. As a former Director at MHI Energy Partners, a seed- and early-stage energy private equity fund, Dr. Atti managed deal flow networks, conducted due diligence, structured venture financing transactions and provided direct portfolio company leadership.
Dr. Atti earned his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute at the University of Southern California. Dr. Atti also holds an MBA from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Ithaca College.
Will BarkerFounder & CEO, MINT Innovation Speaker bio
Founder and CEO of Mint Innovation, Dr. Will Barker is a seasoned start-up executive with a background in IP security, partnership development, building high performance teams and capital raising. Will has a dependable track record: he closed fund raising transactions in excess of $200M for a number of cleantech companies including LanzaTech and Mint. Mint Innovation has developed a world first biotechnology for recovering precious metals from electronic waste.
Fred van BeuningenManaging Partner, Chrysalix Venture Capital Speaker bio
Fred van Beuningen
Educated in the Netherlands, Business at Erasmus University in Rotterdam and at Insead, France. Fred had worked as general manager, Chief Executive Officer and Board member for international industrial companies. Prior to his executive roles he started his career with Royal Dutch Shell in executive marketing and trading positions.
His industry experience ranges from oil, chemicals and industrial gas to packaging, logistics and shipping with companies such as AkzoNobel, Linde and Smurfit Kappa. He also successfully managed some business transformations. His experience is international with emphasis on Europe and Asia. He assisted in updating the sustainability strategy of Dow Jones Sustainability Index leader AkzoNobel and served as corporate director innovation of this global coatings and chemicals company. Fred served on the investment advisory council of an international clean tech fund and more recent he assumed public private roles to promote economic transition and the introduction of clean technologies. His expertise is in sustainability as business driver and innovation, as well as scaling up ventures. His interests are, among others, the role of business leadership for a more sustainable world, executive vitality and next level innovation practices.
Fred is Board member of the Young President’s Organisation (YPO) Sustainability network and the International Cleantech Network, member of the European Leadership Platform and Board member of a hydropower company. He is Advisory Board member of the Erasmus University Center of Future Energy and member of the Investment Committee of regional development company Oost NL.
Fred is currently managing partner of VC firm Chrysalix building a global braintrust around emerging intelligent technologies and solutions that will disrupt a variety of industries and lead to next level productivity and sustainability.
Devesh BharadwajFounder & CEO, Pani Energy Speaker bio
Devesh is the founder and CEO of Pani Energy, based in Victoria BC. Acknowledged as a Top 50 Leader in Water Management Globally (World Water Congress 2019, collectively labeled as the ‘Future of British Columbia’ by the Presidents of six major BC universities (Vancouver Sun News Paper) and featured as a Top Youngest Innovators on Vancouver Island by the Douglas Business Magazine.
A mechanical engineer with several publications and patent applications in the field of membrane processes, Devesh has been recognized with multiple research and entrepreneurships awards including: the prestigious W.E. Cowie Excellence in Innovation and Engineering Award, the Coast Capital Savings Innovation Centre Entrepreneur of the Year, the JC Research Award, and the BC Clean Energy Research Award.
Pani Energy is revolutionizing the water and energy industry as one of the Top 5 Most Disruptive Technologies (Global Water Summit 2018), one of the world’s top 100 startups at Slingshot@Switch 2019, and as a Top 10 Company to Watch (Douglas Business Magazine 2019).
Let’s make something disruptive, meaningful, and beautiful.
Myrna BittnerCo-Founder & CEO, RUNWITHIT Synthetics Speaker bio
Myrna Bittner is the CEO and Co-Founder of RUNWITHIT Synthetics (RWI). RWI creates Synthetic Models, using agent and activity-based synthetic intelligence, for innovating and de-risking the futures of complex systems. Starting in 2019, RWI moved from the strictly digital systems world to tackling the complex systems of cities, including Synthetic Energy Futures, a living model for any city that puts human activity, aspirations and outcomes at the centre of how to design very specific responses to decarbonization, climate change, and resilience utilizing new and existing technologies and grid infrastructure. RWI is Myrna’s 3rd technology company. In the 1990’s she co-founded a commercial software company for real-time collaborative communications over the internet followed by a neural net 3D visualization research company. Myrna is passionate about the imperative for inclusivity, diversity, and representation to be a part of designing and building better futures for communities around the world.
Dr. Martin BlakeStrategic Adviser, Blue Planet Environmental Solutions Speaker bio
Dr. Martin Blake
Dr Martin Blake is an award-winning visionary, thought leader and strategist with 35 years of practical international experience at an executive level. He is a company director, speaker and mentor with specialist expertise in board direction, governance and futuring. He holds a working portfolio of board directorships and advisory roles encompassing the USA, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Australia. He is the owner of Blake Advisory, a Strategic Partner at IAQ Consultants, an Associate Director of Future Smart Strategies and a Non-Executive Director of Sabien Technology.
Dr Blake chairs and advises a multitude of strategic groups, all focused on the development and deployment of innovative business models. He is an Adjunct Professor of Sustainable Business Development at both Griffith University and the University of Southern Queensland and is also a Visiting Fellow at the Business School of the University of Hull in the UK. He is a full Member of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs and both the Singapore and Indian Institute of Directors.
Dr Blake is internationally recognised as having designed and deployed one of the most successful organisational change management programmes in the world, saving millions of pounds annually and winning multiple national and international awards.
Martin Blake is one of the most experienced, high calibre individuals working in the sustainability sector. He has a broad range of skills and, importantly, a specific understanding of the clean-tech industry and a strong track record for delivering winning sustainable strategies.
Olivier BoubeaudSenior Advisor, Lamoral Coatings Speaker bio
Olivier has built 20 years experience in international business, holding regional and global positions in business leadership, marketing, sales, innovation and product management.
Before joining Innovarte, he served as global business director at DSM, a Dutch multinational company, in charge of the High Protective Textiles business for DSM Dyneema division, from 2013 to 2016.
For the last 15 years, Olivier’s passion was about shaping, transforming, growing business by bringing innovative solutions in partnership with key market leaders. He is fulfilling his passion as Angel Investor with Business Angel Network South East Asia and mentoring start-ups within the para-governmental program ACE in Singapore.
Olivier has received awards for leading outstanding programmes in marketing excellence and innovation. In 2013, he received DSM award for breakthrough technology and in 2015 for marketing and sales excellence for an original approach for product launch and business results.
Key specialities include strategy setting and execution, setting and leading global team, global business development, business transformation and innovation, branding and licensing, multi-year partnership set up with multinational account.
He graduated from ENSAIT with a MSc in Textile and Polymer Science Engineering and holds business certifications from INSEAD and IMD.
Christopher BrandonDirector, EH Group Engineering Speaker bio
Christopher Brandon (Director) – began his career in banking at Swiss Bank Corporation in Geneva in 1995 and thereafter in London and Singapore with UBS Warburg, as a foreign exchange proprietary trader. In mid-2000 Mr Brandon co-founded a leading currency hedge fund, managing over 750mio USD in assets for global institutional investors from its base in Singapore. He is focused on developing business strategy & finances at EHG since 2018. MA (Hons) in Economics – University of Edinburgh
Louis BrasingtonLead Analyst, Energy & Power, Cleantech Group
Mathias BucherFounder, MatterSphere
Kookai ChaimahawongAssociate, Pangaea Ventures Speaker bio
Blending a formal background in marketing, strategic partnerships, and social impact expertise, Kookai brings her experience in using impact evaluation to help organizations capture untapped growth opportunities. Prior to joining Pangaea Ventures, Kookai was a partnership consultant at the United Nations Development Program and the director of strategic partnership at an award-winning startup in Thailand.
In her current role as an associate, Kookai contributes to all aspects of deal flow from sourcing new investment opportunities to due diligence and investment executions. She launches Pangaea’s first impact report and helps portfolio companies tell their stories through impact lens. Kookai believes passionately that advanced material innovations will deliver high impact solutions to pressing problems faced by the world today.
Kookai holds an MBA from the University of British Columbia in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and a B.A. in Communications Management from Chulalongkorn University in Thailand.
Rodney ChapinCEO & Founder, Ardurra International
Edwin CheangVP Strategic Partnerships, ENGIE Factory Asia-Pacific Speaker bio
As VP Strategic Partnerships for ENGIE Factory, Edwin leads the Venture Scale programme which partners with startups to test new solutions. In his current role, Edwin combines his passion for solving problems (evidenced by an Engineering degree) with his experience of changing and building organisations leveraging new technologies from his ten years as a Management Consultant.
Kah Min ChenVice President & Managing Director, Ecolab Thailand, Indochina & Philippines Speaker bio
Kah Min Chen
KM is currently the Vice President & Managing Director for Ecolab Thailand, Indochina & Philippines, a US$150 million operation with over 720 associates. He has over 24 years of experience in the water and chemical sectors, covering a wide range of industries, across various geographies in Asia Pacific. He has lived and worked in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and China.
Over KM’s 15 years with Ecolab, he has risen through the ranks, starting in sales management in 2003. In 2012, KM relocated with his family from Shanghai to Singapore to take over an expanded role as Marketing Director for Nalco Water. In 2013, KM was promoted to Vice President Marketing for Nalco Water Asia Pacific, in which he led a team of 230 associates in marketing, engineering, innovation, automation support centers and technical consultants to develop long term strategic plan for a US$620 million water division, including a successful acquisition of a US$90 million leading water treatment company in China.
Prior to Ecolab, KM held various sales, key account, technical and general management positions with local and multinationals corporations, starting from sales engineer with Exxon Chemical in 1994.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Polymer Technology from University Science Malaysia; and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Charles Sturt University.
Chee Keong ChewDirector, Industry and Technology Collaboration Department, PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency Speaker bio
Chee Keong Chew
Mr Chew Chee Keong holds a Masters in Engineering (Civil Engineering, with 1st class honours) from Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, United Kingdom. He began his career at PUB as an engineer in 2003, prior to his secondment to Ministry of Environment and Water Resources (MEWR) from 2007 to 2008. He subsequently took on a 2.5-year secondment to the World Health Organisation (WHO) headquarters in Geneva under the Singapore-WHO Co-operation Arrangement on Safe Management of Drinking Water, during which he contributed to the development of WHO Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality (4th edition), and coordinated the designation of PUB as a WHO Collaborating Centre for safe drinking water management and integrated urban water management in 2012. From 2013 to 2017, Chee Keong was the General Manager of Johor Works, responsible for overseeing Singapore’s critical water infrastructure and water operations in Johor, Malaysia. He was then appointed as Director, Singapore Water Academy in October 2017 and led the implementation of competency frameworks and competency-based training for PUB.
In April 2019, Chee Keong took on his current role as Director, Industry and Technology Collaboration Department of PUB. He leads the Department to foster strategic collaborations with industry stakeholders to support the growth of water companies and spearhead the first deployment of new technologies at municipal scale. Chee Keong is also a board member of the Singapore Environment Council (SEC).
 Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine is now known as Imperial College, London
Noel ChinPrincipal Manager, BERII (Built Environment Research and Innovation Institute)
Soranun ChoochutFounder & CEO, ETRAN (Thailand) Speaker bio
Soranun is the founder and CEO of ETRAN– the sustainable mobility development startup, focus on public transportation and special function vehicle with design. He also involving in Thailand national strategy committee on generating economic growth in environmental-friendly issue. Soranun believed that the environmental issue is the global crisis and all the mankind should responsible for the change.
From his experience in Industrial Design, Reddot best of the best designer, managed top10 of the most innovative design studio in the world (as ranked by Reddot Design 2012). He brings all of his passion to design the new paradigm of the new sustainable generation. First of ETRAN business model was designed for public transportation , logistic and touring purpose.
Soranun also managing new innovative venture builder studio in Bangkok, Almond digital group, with 50 of new talented members in the company which focus on new s-curve business platform for investors, partners who need the transformation outside the company and buyback, M&A or IPO.
Palash Roy ChowdhuryCo-Founder & CMD, SmartE
Palash Roy Chowdhury
Cathy ClennettExecutive Director and Co-Founder, Hiringa Energy Speaker bio
Cathy has held senior engineering, project management, business development, and construction management roles in the energy, resources and telecommunications infrastructure sectors.
Cathy has broad commercial and finance expertise including technology commercialisation, investment analysis and management, and governance.
Andrew CoorsCEO, Steelhead Composites
Helge DaebelHead Water Practice, Emerald Technology Ventures/Managing Director, ripple2wave incubator Speaker bio
Helge leads the water practice at Emerald Technology Ventures, a globally recognized Cleantech Investor with a twenty-year investment history. Part of this history has been a unique traction in the water space including successful exits to major industry players (SUEZ, XYLEM and BASF). Other investment areas include energy, mobility, smart cities, agriculture, food, materials and industrial IT.
Helge’s academic background comprises of Civil Engineering (MSc) and Environmental Engineering (Dr.sc.techn.). His past and active involvements in the water space include Optimatics (software for advanced infrastructure planning, acquired by SUEZ), Pure Technologies (structural monitoring of water mains, acquired by Xylem for USD 400M), inge watertechnologies (UF membrane products, acquired by BASF), HydroPoint Data Systems (commercial landscape irrigation control) and TaKaDu (pioneer in smart water grids).
He is an advisor to multiple accelerators and conferences. Helge is also a co-founder and Managing Director of the recently formed ripple2wave incubator, an entity dedicated to building emerging water industry leaders in Singapore.
Frederic de StexheHead of Direct Growth Investment, Treïs Group Speaker bio
Frederic de Stexhe
Mr. de Stexhe is the Head of Direct Growth Investment at Treïs Group. He is based in Singapore.
Before joining Treïs in 2017, Frederic had been working in the sustainable private equity and growth investment space for 15 years, most recently as partner at Greencoat Capital, and prior to this at BP Alternative Energy Ventures.
At the start of his career, Frederic spun out a wood gasification technology from the University of Louvain and was CFO of the start-up company from 2001 to 2005.
Frederic holds an MBA from Chicago Booth School of Business, and a Masters degree in Management Engineering from University of Louvain in Belgium.
Treïs Group is a family owned group, active in responsible and sustainable investment, investing in both the real economy and financial assets and services.
Vianney d’HostelRegional Marketing Manager Southeast Asia, Bühler Speaker bio
Vianney d’Hostel is the regional marketing manager Southeast Asia & Pacific of Bühler, a 13,000-people Swiss technology group offering to the food industry services and equipment processing the products consumed by more than 2 billion people daily. Vianney is driving regional efforts to spread Bühler technology to food processing leading corporations in grain, rice, chocolate, coffee and snacks. He is also supporting Southeast Asia companies to get access to know-how in diverse new segments including plant-based proteins, extruded meat alternatives and insect-based animal feed. Vianney has worked for the last 5 years in Southeast Asia in B2B roles out of Thailand and Singapore. He graduated from MSc in Ebusiness from University College Dublin (Ireland) and holds a Master in Management from Toulouse Business School (France).
Paul Dowman-TuckerCEO, Bowman Power Speaker bio
Paul joined Bowman in 2012 as Engineering Director, following 18 years working in the maritime industry. During this time he held several senior engineering roles in companies such as VT Group and BAE Systems.
During Paul’s time as Engineering Director he led product development and collaboration with customers on the adoption of Bowman’s Electric Turbo Compounding (ETC) products. In January 2017, Paul became CEO of Bowman.
Paul has a B.Eng in Yacht & Powercraft design from Southampton Solent University, is a Chartered Engineer and is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
Richard DubucSenior Trade Commissioner, High Commission of Canada in Singapore
Paul FoxExecutive Director, Evie Networks Speaker bio
Paul Fox is an investor, strategist, business builder, and technologist. He is a co-founder of both Evie Networks and Blockchain Pacific and an advisor to the Enosi blockchain project. He has held technology investment roles at Corran Toohill, AGL Energy, Southern Cross Ventures, the California Clean Energy Fund and Flex. He was instrumental in creating AGL Energy Limited’s New Energy subsidiary, delivering products including zero-down solar, home batteries, smart air conditioners, virtual power plants, EV charging and blockchain enabled P2P trading. Now based in Sydney Australia he spent 14 years in Silicon Valley including as CEO of a smart grid company, a VP at Flex, and the CEO of a fuel cell company.
John FriedmanDirector, Makana Ventures
Purnima GandhiAssociate Director, Temasek International
Sebastien GendronCEO, TransPod
Siddhant GuptaHead of Future Grid, Siemens Speaker bio
Siddhant (Sid) is the head of Future Grid in Siemens for Asia and Australia, a Siemens business segment focused on providing innovative solutions in the fields of Solar energy, Energy Storage, and E-mobility. Sid is passionate about driving transformation in large corporations to lead the disruption in energy and mobility. He has more than 10 years of global experience in the power generation business, from manufacturing to EPC, and more recently driving digitalization and innovation in the Siemens Gas and Power business in Germany.
Evan HallCEO, Wittaya Aquaculture
VS HariharanCo-Founder & CEO, Third Wave Power Speaker bio
Hariharan has been leading Singapore start-up Third Wave Power for the past several years. Third Wave Power develops affordable and innovative portable renewable power solutions that serve portable energy needs for consumers living in off grid rural areas. The solutions range from solar lighting, solar education, entertainment, and livelihood solutions.
Hari brings more than 25 years’ experience from the information technology industry. In Hewlett-Packard Company and Wipro Infotech, he was in general management roles as well as senior positions in sales and marketing. Among the various roles at HP, he held the position of Vice President/General Manager for the worldwide Monochrome LaserJet Division and also served as Vice President of Sales & Field Operations for the Imaging/Printing Business for Asia-Pacific.
Hari has extensive experience in Product Marketing as well as building go-to-market for consumer and business products. Throughout his career, he has been involved in scaling many New and Emerging businesses.
Hari holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Chennai and a Master degree in Business Administration from IIM Bangalore.
C. Howie HoneymanCEO & President, Forward Water Technologies
C. Howie Honeyman
David HovenFounder & CEO, RPM China
Graham HowesManaging Director, Asia Pacific, BP Ventures Speaker bio
Graham held a number of technology roles before joining BP in 2000. He focuses on advanced materials plus sensors for BP Ventures and has a masters in energy engineering.
Graham sits on the boards of Heliex Power and Fotech, and on the advisory board of INFUSE.
Ximin HuangInnovation Director, SUEZ Asia Speaker bio
Ximin HUANG is currently Innovation director of SUEZ Asia. She is fully responsible for managing all innovation activities in SUEZ Asia, including internal innovation programs, external open innovation partnership and expert network management. She also takes a role as special assistant to Water CEO for comprehensive coordination on large projects and strategic issues.
Ximin has rich experience in water and environment fields. Her career in SUEZ began in 2008 where she held several management positions in different functions. Apart from that, her career path also covers 3 other famous environment/green energy companies (Veolia, Saur, Abengoa).
Ximin hold a graduate degree in Environment – Urban and Rural Planning – Resources Management from Hohai University in China, a master degree in Water and Environment from Ecole National Supérieure d’Ingénieurs de Limoges in France, and a MBA from Tsinghua University in China.
Nilesh JadhavFounder & CEO, Qi Square Speaker bio
Mr. Nilesh Jadhav is an energy technopreneur and industry influencer. He worked at the Energy Research Institute at NTU where he headed the EcoCampus RD&D initiative and also the Sustainable Building Technologies research program. He was the project lead for developing Singapore’s first Technology Roadmap in the area of Energy Efficient Building Technologies with the Building Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore.
He has served as a Board member of Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), management council member of the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and a member of the Energy National Standards Committee (ENSC) at SPRING Singapore. He has written a book titled ‘Green & Smart Buildings: Advanced Technology Options’ and authored several conference & research papers.
Jogjaman JapCEO & Founder, Spectronik Speaker bio
Jogjaman founded Spectronik in 2011. Headquartered in Singapore, Spectronik develops fuel cells for industrial drones and electric fleet mobility. Jogjaman has 12 years experience in Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies especially in the field of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). He managed fuel cell UAV R&D programs for key customers like Boeing, DARPA, HRL Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. He has also delivered presentations on fuel cells at AUVSI, NASA, SAFRAN and Singapore Airshow. Jogjaman has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley.
Marko KärkkäinenFounder, WasteTrade / Sagacity Environment Speaker bio
Co-Founder WasteTrade, global marketplace for recyclable materials. Head of Center of Excellence – Waste to Value, Singapore.He has three decades of experience in the circular economy, education, marketing, branding, sales, general management in Europe, Americas, China and South East Asia. Wide knowledge of environmental, food industry, healthcare, dynamic pricing and education. Strong and deep experience how to set up a and run companies successful in Europe, China and Asia Pacific.
Barbara KathmannVice Mayor, City of Rotterdam Speaker bio
Mrs. Barbara Kathmann has been a Vice Mayor in Rotterdam since July 5, 2018. Representing the PvdA (Labor Party), she is responsible for Economic Affairs. In this position she works vigorously to further strengthening the position of Rotterdam as Europe’s Maritime Capital, and promoting the city’s innovative eco-system in fields such as sustainable mobility, life sciences and health, and cleantech.
Jane KearnsVice President, Growth Services, Cleantech MaRS Discovery District Speaker bio
Jane is a senior advisor with MaRS Cleantech. She is a recognized leader in sustainable innovation and has extensive experience growing companies at the intersection of business and sustainability. She co-founded, grew and profitably sold a full-service renewable energy company, Clean Energy Developments, and leverages over 20 years of experience in the environmental finance, cleantech and sustainability sectors to help build businesses that matter.
Throughout her career, she has advised entrepreneurs and executives on project and equity financing, mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning and business development. She helped launch Columbia Business School’s first environmental finance course, which continues to be taught in the school’s MBA and EMBA programs, as well the School of International and Public Affairs. Jane is the co-founder of the CanadaCleantech Alliance, a board director at the Water Technology Acceleration Project (WaterTAP) and sits on advisory boards for the MaRS Catalyst Fund, Shell’s Quest Climate Grant and the Pembina Institute’s UnGALA. Jane holds an MBA from Columbia University.
Dr. Parag KhannaFounder & Managing Partner, FutureMap / Author of The Future is Asian Speaker bio
Dr. Parag Khanna
Parag Khanna is a leading global strategy advisor, world traveler, and best-selling author. He is Founder & Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario based strategic advisory firm. Parag’s newest book is The Future is Asian: Commerce, Conflict & Culture in the 21st Century (2019). He is author of a trilogy of books on the future of world order beginning with The Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order (2008), followed by How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance (2011), and concluding with Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization (2016). He is also author of Technocracy in America: Rise of the Info-State (2017) and co-author of Hybrid Reality: Thriving in the Emerging Human-Technology Civilization (2012). His books have been translated into more than twenty languages. In 2008, Parag was named one of Esquire’s “75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century” and featured in WIRED magazine’s “Smart List”.
Parag has been an adviser to the US National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 program. From 2013-2018 he was a Senior Research Fellow in the Centre on Asia and Globalisation at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. From 2006-2015, he was a Senior Research Fellow at the New America Foundation. During 2007, he served in Iraq and Afghanistan as a senior geopolitical adviser to United States Special Operations Forces. From 2002-5, he was the Global Governance Fellow at the Brookings Institution; from 2000-2002, he worked at the World Economic Forum in Geneva; and from 1999-2000, he was a Research Associate at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.
A widely cited global intellectual, Dr. Khanna provides regular commentaries for international media. His 2008 cover story for the New York Times Magazine titled “Waving Goodbye to Hegemony,” is one of the most globally debated and influential essays since the end of the Cold War. In addition to his columns as a CNN Global Contributor, Khanna’s articles have appeared in major international publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, TIME, Foreign Affairs, Axios, Forbes, The Atlantic, Quartz, Foreign Policy, Harper’s, BusinessWeek, The Guardian, The National Interest, McKinsey Quarterly, The American Interest, Stratfor, Esquire, Slate.com, and Die Zeit. He is a contributing editor to WorldPost and serves on the editorial board of Global Policy.
Dr. Khanna also appears frequently in media around the world such as CNN, BBC, CNBC, Al Jazeera and other broadcasters. In 2010, he became the first video-blogger for ForeignPolicy.com and from 2010-12, co-authored the Hybrid Reality blog on BigThink. From 2008-9, Parag was the host of “InnerView” on MTV. He was a consultant to the National Geographic series Origins. Khanna spoke at TED in 2016, TED Global 2009, was a guest host of TEDGlobal 2012, and lead speaker at TEDxGateway in 2018. His TED talks have been viewed more than three million times. The maps customized for Dr. Khanna’s books have been displayed in numerous prestigious international art exhibitions.
Parag lectures frequently at international conferences and gives tailored briefings to government leaders and corporate executives on global trends and scenarios, systemic risks and technological disruptions, and market entry strategies and economic master planning. He has provided expertise to many governments including the US, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, UK, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Norway, Finland, Italy, Estonia, Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Japan, China, India, Australia, South Korea, Pakistan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Mongolia, Bhutan, and numerous others. In 2016, he served on the Singapore government’s Committee on the Future Economy. He is currently a senior advisor to Globality and serves on the advisory boards of GeoQuant, Graticule Asset Management Asia (GAMA), and Datarama, and previously on the Innovation Advisory Board of DBS Bank.
Dr. Khanna holds a PhD in international relations from the London School of Economics, and Bachelors and Masters degrees from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. In 2017, he was awarded a Richard von Weizsaecker fellowship of the Robert Bosch Academy. He has been a Senior Fellow of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS, Senior Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, Distinguished Visitor at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, Distinguished Visitor at the American Academy in Berlin, Next Generation Fellow of the American Assembly, Visiting Fellow at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Non-Resident Associate of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University, and a Visiting Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi. He has received grants from the United Nations Foundation, Smith Richardson Foundation, and Ford Foundation.
Born in India, Parag grew up in the United Arab Emirates, New York, and Germany. He is an accomplished adventurer who has traveled to nearly 150 countries on all continents. Some of his lengthy journeys include driving from the Baltic Sea through the Balkans and across Turkey and the Caucasus to the Caspian Sea, across the rugged terrain of Tibet and Xinjiang provinces in western China, and ten thousand kilometers from London to Ulaanbaatar in the Mongolia Charity Rally. He has climbed numerous 20,000-foot plus peaks, and trekked in the Alps, Himalayas, and Tien Shan mountain ranges. Parag is also a competitive tennis player.
Parag has been honored as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and has served on the WEF’s Global Future Council on Mobility, Global Agenda Council on Geoeconomics, and advisory board of its Future of Urban Development Initiative. He also serves on the board of trustees of the New Cities Foundation, Council of the American Geographical Society, advisory board of Independent Diplomat. He is a former term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, International Institute for Strategic Studies, and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2002, he was awarded the OECD Future Leaders Prize. He speaks German, Hindi, French, Spanish and basic Arabic.
Shailesh KharkwalCEO & Co-Founder, EnvironSens Speaker bio
Dr. Kharkwal is former Senior Research Fellow at National University of Singapore. He has over 9 years of experience in water/wastewater field. He is leading the overall product development and operation of EnvironSen.
Michael KleistVP Business Development & Marketing, Sierra Energy Speaker bio
Michael Kleist is Vice President of Business Development for Sierra Energy. He has been with the company for nearly 4 years and is responsible for bringing the company’s FastOx gasification technology to market. He brings more than 18-years’ experience in building B2B revenue streams. Prior to joining Sierra Energy, he was the founder and COO of Tradesparq. He also has served as General Manager at Global Sources, a NASDAQ-listed company focused on B2B global trade.
Daniel HerssonADB Ventures, Investment Lead, Asian Development Bank
Chong Hin KohManaging Director, Southeast Asia, Xylem Speaker bio
Chong Hin Koh
Koh Chong Hin leads Xylem’s business in the Southeast Asia region. He is responsible for driving business growth across Xylem’s wide portfolio of water technology solutions, including a new portfolio of decision intelligence tools. Xylem’s vision is to help create a world in which water challenges are no longer a barrier to human health, environmental sustainability, or prosperity.
Prior to joining Xylem, Mr. Koh was the Director for Industrial Technology at ZF Asia Pacific covering the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions. He also held various Sales and Business Development roles at Rolls-Royce plc and started his career at the Singapore Economic Development Board.
Mr. Koh earned a Master of Engineering degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has lived and worked in Germany and the United Kingdom.
Alex KoszoFounder & Managing Director, Vecor Speaker bio
Alex brings more than 20 years of executive management and entrepreneurial experience to Vecor. In addition to an illustrious career in the building products industry, Alex successfully listed his startup e.Com on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1999.He is also responsible for the privatisation and turnaround of Pacific Travel in the early 2000s prior to founding Vecor in 2006. Alex is based in Shandong Province, China where he is also acting as General Manager of Vecor’s China ceramic tiles joint venture, V-Tong.
Avishek KumarCo-Founder & CEO, VFlow Tech Speaker bio
Dr. Avishek holds an MS degree in Microelectronics from Technical University of Munich, Germany and a doctorate degree (PhD) in Electrical and Computer Engineering from National University of Singapore with specialization in different solar cell technologies. He has more than 8 years of work experience in the field of solar process and manufacturing. He has worked extensively with leading solar research institutes of the world and tier one module manufacturing companies. He has completed several high technology transfer projects. His key research interests include solar cell and module manufacturing, state of art PV system design and storage solutions.
Mahesh KumarProgramme Director, EcoLabs Centre of Innovation for Energy Speaker bio
Mahesh received his Master’s in Management of Technology from National University of Singapore and Business Administration from the Indo German Training Centre (IGTC-AHK), India. Mahesh has a decade of diverse experience in innovation and entrepreneurship. He has worked with leading MNC’s & Fortune 500 companies championing new product development & innovation efforts. Over the years, he has successfully mentored and assisted several technology startups to successful commercialization in Singapore & India. Mahesh is an innovation process management expert and has worked extensively with large companies, SMES and start-ups in translating their innovation efforts from lab to markets. In the recent years, he has been involved in bridging the cleantech startup eco system in both Singapore, India and ASEAN region.
Chivas LamDirector, Greenwoods International Speaker bio
Chivas Lam is the Director of Greenwoods International an advisory firm which develops cross border partnerships and projects in energy and environment between Western technology innovators and large Chinese enterprises. Chivas has 35 years of operational experience in building and re-engineering companies and executing investments in Asia Pacific region.
Prior to Greenwoods, Chivas was the Managing Partner and cofounder of MNL Partners. Before MNL, Chivas was a Venture Partner at Qiming Ventures, a leading Chinese Venture capital firm with $4 billion under management. At Qiming, Chivas led the investment in the waste-to-fuel company LanzaTech, where he joined the company as its China COO, formed its WFOE, created two joint ventures with Baosteel and Capital Steel. Chivas also drove Qiming’s investments in U.S. battery company Powergenix and Chinese advanced materials company Beiterui.
Prior to joining the Venture sector, Chivas was President Asia Pacific of carbon business of Morgan Advanced Materials. Chivas carried Profit and Losses responsibility for eleven legal entities across the region including two joint ventures in China.
Before Morgan Crucible, Chivas was General Manager for South China at GEC Alstom and Project Lead Engineer at Hong Kong Electric Power. Chivas holds a Master’s degree in Engineering from Sydney University and a BS in Engineering with first honors from the University of Hong Kong. He is based in Shanghai and has lived and worked in China for over 20 years.
Robert LiuCEO, Huaneng Invesco WLR Speaker bio
Robert Liu is the CEO of Huaneng Invesco WLR (“HIW”), a joint venture investment fund company between Huaneng Capital (financial services arm of Huaneng Power, leading power generation company in China), and Invesco, a US asset management company.
Robert has 25 years of experience in investment and investment banking. Leveraging the strengths of HIW’s shareholders, he and his team in HIW have focused on the renewable energy / cleantech space, including wind and solar power, energy storage, sustainable transport, and energy efficiency, with investment targets in China, US and other countries.
Prior to his current role, he had worked with Temasek’s infrastructure investment arm, and prior to that he held senior investment banking positions with JP Morgan and ICBC where he helped leading Chinese companies in power, toll roads, telecom and banking in their IPO’s and M&A activities. Robert holds an MBA degree from University of Utah
Yoan LavergneMarketing Director, Lavergne Inc.
Chris LawCo-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Future Grid Speaker bio
Chris has an extensive, 20-year history holding strategic positions across a wide variety of industries, including energy, pay TV, telecommunications and construction.
Chris’s accomplishments include delivering the strategic direction for large programs of work while more recently he has supported large enterprise innovation for companies, such as Foxtel, where he led a Field Workforce transformation program that delivered savings of over $30 million per year.
As the visionary shaping and driving Future Grid’s mission, Chris recognised early on the emerging problem of an overabundance of data, as more devices become connected and produced more data. He recognised companies had no way to make sense of the reams of data in an efficient, cost-effective manner, and set out to make Future Grid an accessible, customer-centric solution for utilities and telcos. Chris holds a Bachelor of Electronics Engineering from Swinburne University.
Joyce LeoMarine Scientist , Umitron Speaker bio
Joyce studied Marine Science at the University of Tasmania before returning to Singapore to work in a number of roles ranging from Animal Presentation to Conservation Education and Outreach. She was part of the pre-opening team of one of the largest aquariums in Asia, and later on went to manage the Conservation, Outreach and Education arm of Singapore’s national marine research station at St. John’s Island. She also has experience as a speciality broker in JLT Specialty Pte Ltd (recently merged with Marsh and McLennan Companies), leading the Food and Agribusiness regional team to manage the Asia Pacific portfolio, with a focus on Aquaculture and Marine Science.Her favourite marine mammal is the Killer Whale.
Mike LimManaging Director, TRIREC Speaker bio
Mike is the MD of Trirec a Singapore based Cleantech focus fund. Mike has held various senior management role in investment banking and corporate specializing in fund raising, M&A and corporate strategy. He also co-founded several businesses in the IOT and future foods space. He is currently also a mentor of Innovate 360 a Singapore based Agrifood Tech incubator. Mike graduated from the National University of Singapore with a 2nd class upper honor degree in Business Administration.
Song Hau LimHead Special Projects, Singapore Power Group Speaker bio
Song Hau Lim
Lim Song Hau is the Head of Special Projects for Singapore District Cooling Pte Ltd., a subsidiary of SP Group. He has worked for SP Group for over 35 years. He is responsible for the gas transmission and distribution network reticulation system, submarine gas pipeline, Onshore Receiving Facility (ORF), high pressure gas metering system and LNG Terminal in Singapore. Currently, he works for the Singapore Power, Singapore District Cooling, the world’s largest underground District Cooling Network.
Before SP Group, Lim Song Hau worked as a Marine Machinery Engineer for Hitachi Zosen Robin Dockyard (now Keppel Shipyard), and was responsible for repair and overhaul of ships ranging from small vessels of 2,000 deadweight tonnage (dwt) up to 350,000 dwt VLCC.
LIm Song Hau holds a BASc (Mech Engr) from the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada and is a member of the Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) UK and the Institution of Engineers (IES). He is also the Vice President, Gas Association of Singapore (GAS) and is an active member of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Community in Singapore.
Teng LiCo-founder and CEO, Bluepha Speaker bio
Dr. Li is the co-founder and CEO of Bluepha, a synthetic biology and biomaterials company which is pioneering an innovative and cost-effective way of producing bioplastics. Each year, more than eight million tons of plastic enter our oceans. We now need biodegradable plastics more than ever to stop littering our oceans and save our planet for future generations. With this goal in mind, Bluepha was established by Teng and his partners in 2015, while he was completing his Ph.D. in Life Sciences at Tsinghua University. His Ph.D. research focused on industrial microbiology and biomaterials, which resulted in developing a novel technology for creating biodegradable plastics from polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) produced in bacteria that led to Bluepha. Teng and Bluepha strive to constantly be taking new biotechnologies from the lab bench to market. Teng has consistently won international awards, starting with the Gold Medal at the iGEM Competition as the leader of the Tsinghua iGEM team during his PhD, to winning the Future Planet Award for Sustainable Growth in 2017. For the past few years, he has continued to be involved with the Tsinghua iGEM team by acting as team advisor to mentor student innovation. He is also a member of Tsinghua-Berkley Global Technology Entrepreneurship Program.
Xiang LiCo-Founder & CEO, Canopy Power Speaker bio
Ms. Li Xiang started as a Product Development Engineer at Canopy Power. She played a critical role in developing Canopy Power’s proprietary remote asset management platform for microgrids. She developed the monitoring and management hardware and software to remotely manage the hybrid microgrids developed and built by Canopy Power. Today as a Manager of Technology, she is leading the data analytics side of the business while developing the next generation of the asset management platform. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from NUS, Singapore.
May LiewVice President, Innovation, SP Group Speaker bio
May leads open innovation for SP Group – seeking cutting edge energy solutions from start-ups and other ecosystem partners, to lead transformational changes in the energy sector for Singapore and regionally.
She is on the constant lookout for disruptive technologies from global innovation hubs such as Silicon Valley, Europe and Israel, that will change the future of energy. These efforts range from global accelerator programs, venture capital funds to strategic investments, to bring the best in energy solutions from around the world to Singapore customers and beyond.
Prior to SP Group, May was an investment banker with JP Morgan in New York and Hong Kong. Previously, she was an investment manager with Temasek Holdings.
Wayne LiubinskasCo-Founder & Chief Growth Officer, Village Energy Speaker bio
Wayne is a Co-founder of Village Energy, an Australian-based energy technology company that uses artificial intelligence to improve the reliability and affordability of energy in emerging markets. Village Energy offers a contrarian approach to meeting growing energy demand through a capital-lite model that uses distributed renewables and technology to manage edge of grid performance.
Wayne has more than 25 years of experience in managing growth technology businesses ranging from start-ups to billion-dollar portfolios. He currently lives in Sydney, but spends most of his time developing business across the emerging markets of Asia.
Jean LucasPresident & CEO, Eco Waste Solutions Speaker bio
For almost 20 years, Jean has been instrumental in transforming Eco Waste from clean-tech start-up to its current position as a global leader in waste conversion technology and waste management solutions.
Jean came to Eco Waste in a business development role where she began by identifying the opportunities for the company to sell its technology. In the process of breaking into new markets she cultivated relationships with customers, and using their feedback, worked with the engineering team to develop new products and drive innovation across the company.
With an industry-wide reputation as a thought leader in waste conversion technology, Jean has helped organizations like NATO, the US Department of Defense and companies in the mining sector implement best in class technologies. Her work is changing the way people look at trash – moving away from burying it in landfills to sustainable waste conversion and energy recovery.
Jean has a BSc in Environmental Science & Biology, is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Research Committee on Energy, Environment and Waste, and the Society of American Military Engineers. She’s currently the Vice-Director of the Waste Conversion and Energy Recovery Technical Division of the Solid Waste Association of North America, and Past-Chair of its Conversion Technologies Committee. She also guest lectures at Fleming College’s Sustainable Waste Management Post-Graduate Program.
Xin MaManaging Director, Total Energy Ventures
Chetan MainiCo-Founder & Vice Chairman, SUN Mobility Speaker bio
Chetan Maini, entrepreneur and technologist, is passionate about renewable energy and clean mobility. He is currently the co-founder and vice-chairman of SUN Mobility, an organization that aims to be the leading provider of universal energy infrastructure and services to accelerate mass electric vehicle usage. He founded Reva Electric Car Company (now Mahindra Reva) in 1995, and has been globally acknowledged as a pioneer in the domain of electric vehicles. Under his leadership, the company sold thousands of vehicles in 24 countries, and was ranked as one of the 50 most innovative companies in the world by Fast company magazine.
Chetan has over 20 years’ experience in electric, hybrid and solar vehicles and has applied for/been granted over 30 global patents. Chetan played an instrumental role in advising the Government of India on EV policy. This comprises his work with India’s National Board of Electric Mobility, Technology Advisory Group (TAG) on Electric Mobility, and the committee of Jt. Secretaries.
He has received several accolades including BBC Top Gear ‘Man of the Year’ award, ‘Innovation award’ in Energy and Environment by The Economist in London, ‘Top 50 most influential Indians’ to bring about change by BusinessWeek magazine, Young Global Leader (WEF), and was the Chairman of Personal Mobility Council.
Chetan holds a BSME from the University of Michigan and MSME from Stanford University.
He is currently a director at Maini Group and co-founder of Virya Mobility 5.0. He is also an investor and on the board of several clean-tech start-ups.
Stephen McNultyCEO, Ambisense Speaker bio
Stephen is a co-founder of Ambisense. He was UK and Ireland Sales Manager with ALS, a global commercial laboratory operating in the Environmental Sector. Previous to this he managed Irish and Scottish Business Units for Severn Trent Laboratories. Stephen holds an MBA from DCU an M. Eng from the Open University & a B. Eng in Mechatronic Engineering also from DCU.
Alban MédiciAPAC Managing & Operations Director, Actility Speaker bio
Alban is a passionate and technology expert in telecommunication and Internet of Things. He has participated in driving innovation in Asia helping European companies to settle, growth business and partnership in particular in Japan and SEA.
He Joined the IoT revolution at Actility 5 years ago with the vision that LPWAN technology could have a real positive impact on human resource consumption, from making the grid smarter to reducing the energy and resource waste. As APAC managing and operation Director Alban open the Actility’s Asian HQ in Singapore in 2016.
Alban holds a master in Electrical Engineering, a master of computer science and a MBA from IAE French Business School.
Bala NagarajanInvestment Director, Equinor Energy Ventures Speaker bio
Bala is an Investment Director at Equinor Energy Ventures (EEV), a USD 200MM corporate venture capital fund. EEV invests in clean energy startups to grow, become commercial successes and deliver technologies and business opportunities that can have a relevance to Equinor in the future. Bala has led EEV’s investments in distributed generation and energy storage. He joined Equinor’s business development team in 2012 and has originated and executed transactions across the globe.
Prior to joining Equinor he was the CEO and co-founder of a clean energy start-up in the UK. Bala is a Chartered Accountant from India and MBA graduate from IESE Business School, Spain.
Robert NivenFounder & CEO, CarbonCure Technologies Speaker bio
Rob Niven is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Canadian company CarbonCure Technologies, the global leader in carbon dioxide removal technologies for the concrete industry and Cleantech Group’s 2020 North American Cleantech Company of the Year. Rob has the simple goal of making concrete sustainability both profitable and easy for industry. Under his direction, CarbonCure and its partners are achieving their mission to reduce 500 million tonnes of carbon emissions annually. Rob has received countless international awards recognizing his leadership in sustainability, innovation and technology development including the Canada’s Top 40 Under 40, the 2016 Ernest C. Manning Innovation Award, the Cleantech Group’s Top 100 Global Cleantech Companies and the BloombergNEF New Energy Pioneers Award. Rob holds an MSc in Environmental Engineering from McGill University and a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Jarrold OngCEO & Co-Founder, SWAT
Greg PerkinsCo-Founder & Director, Wildfire Energy
Robin PhoFounder, Right People Renewable Energy Speaker bio
Robin Pho is the founder and CEO of Right People Renewable Energy (RPRE), a certified B Corp, which specializes in helping commercial and industrial clients switch from dirty fossil fuels to clean renewable solar energy, working mainly on off-grid projects in remote locations across Indonesia. Robin strongly believes in sustainability and that businesses can be a force for good and measured by the triple bottom line of People, Planet, Profit.
Robin graduated from the Singapore Management University (SMU) with double majors in marketing and law, has an Executive Diploma in Directorship from the Singapore Institute of Directors, and an Executive MBA from INSEAD where he was awarded the INSEAD Scholarship of Excellence. In 2017, he obtained his certification as a Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) professional. He is currently a member of the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and also chairs the Family Business as a Force For Good (FBFFG) working group in the Family Business Network Asia (FBNA).
Nicolas PiauCo-Founder & Managing Partner at TiLT Capital Partners Speaker bio
Nicolas is co-founder and Managing Partner of TiLT Capital Partners. He was most recently SVP in charge of Mergers & Acquisitions for Engie, a Paris based energy company employing over 150 000 people across 70 countries. He’s been working in the field of energy and project development / M&A for the last 13 years, after 5 years in HR working on social sustainability. He is also a First Mover Fellow of the Aspen Institute. He enjoys structuring the small 200 kUSD access to energy projects in Africa as much as the multi-billion power or oil & gas deals in the US or Russia. Currently based in Paris, Nicolas lived in Brussels and Rome and spent a lot of time on transactions in the US, China, Russia, South-East Asia and South America. Sustainability and ethics have been at the core of his motivation, fueled by his graduation in Philosophy and Political Sciences and translated into a PhD in Economics on this topic, earned magna cum laude from Paris-Dauphine university.
Poyan RajamandCo-Founder & CEO, Barghest Building Performance Speaker bio
Mr. Rajamand is a co-founder and CEO of Barghest Building Performance (BBP), an award-winning energy efficiency technology company delivering software based optimization solutions to clients in commercial and industrial real estate sectors.
By combining advances analytics, energy management expertise and attractive financing options BBP has grown to a regional company with partners and offices across South East Asia, China, India and South Korea.
Prior to starting BBP, Mr. Rajamand worked as a Management and Strategy Consultant at McKinsey & Co., advising clients on an array of challenges including energy and Green Financing related matters. Mr. Rajamand has also real estate investment background and was a founding member and Director in Singapore River One – a Public/Private partnership that brings a wide range of stakeholders together with the goal of creating precinct level improvements.
Singapore is currently in the forefront of Green Building Movement thanks to progressive government policies and foresight by the private sector. The development of the sector has led to creation of companies developing exciting new technologies in this space. With Barghest Building Performance being one of these companies, Mr. Rajamand has deep network and intimate knowledge of established and nascent technologies in the Green Building Space.
Mr. Rajamand holds a Masters in Engineering from EEIGM (France), an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Management (USA) and is a Singapore Certified Energy Manager (SCEM).
Sanand SuleCo-Founderand Country-CEO India, Climate Connect Technologies Speaker bio
Sanand is the co-founder, former CTO, and current country-CEO for India of Climate Connect Technologies. In this capacity he now leads both technology development, and business strategy. Reflecting how the sector is evolving, and the need for even tighter alignment of these functions. He guides the team with all aspects, ranging from machine learning (ML) algorithm and software development, to customer engagement and business development.
After completing his MTech in Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay in 2006, Sanand worked at Symantec for 3 years in software security product development, then at Goldman Sachs for 2 years building trading systems.
He then ventured out into the start-up world focusing on building interesting software and mobile applications. After getting involved with Climate Connect in its previous form during early 2013, and building data analytics products for the Californian Carbon and Indian Power markets, he led the company’s pivot into ML-based predictive analytics for the energy domain.
As a part-time interest, he was a visiting faculty member at the University of Pune, teaching about algorithms and mentoring student projects for postgraduate courses. Apart from grokking the tech space, Sanand enjoys watching sci-fi movies, camping in national parks, volunteering for tree and tiger conservation, and going on random road trips.
Kara SadybakasovaExecutive Board Advisor, Enrupt Speaker bio
Kara is an active mentor to early stage deep tech startups at Shell’s Idea Refinery accelerator and at the region’s first cybersecurity entrepreneurs hub ICE71, organised by Singtel and NUS. Kara has co-founded an award winning cybersecurity startup with a mission to protect smart devices deployed in critical infrastructure against hackers. Prior to the entrepreneur journey, she spent 15 years in upstream and midstream oil and gas, supporting legacy resource capture and commercialisation activities at US oil supermajor Chevron and in the oil services industry.
Kunal ShahManaging Director, Asia Pacific, Anaergia
Durreen ShahnazFounder & CEO, Impact Investment Exchange (IIX) and IIX Foundation Speaker bio
Durreen Shahnaz is a global leader of social impact and impact investing, and the founder of Impact Investment Exchange (IIX) and IIX Foundation. Over the past three decades, her mission has been to build a more inclusive, sustainable world by transforming financial markets and bringing underserved women to the forefront of capital markets. Drawing on a rich career as an active pioneer, researcher, educator, and serial social entrepreneur, Shahnaz’s work has helped thousands of entrepreneurs, investors, governments and impact stakeholders around the world to play a role in sustainable development and women’s empowerment, while mobilizing hundreds of millions in private capital towards the Sustainable Development Goals and impacting millions of women’s lives. Through her bold approach, IIX has created many ‘firsts’ in the impact economy: the world’s first social stock exchange, the world’s first and largest crowdfunding platform for impact investing (Impact Partners), and innovative financial structures such as the Women’s Livelihood Bond (WLB1)—the world’s first listed impact investing instrument reporting social and financial returns, as well as the world’s first listed financial product focused on women. IIX will soon be launching the WLB 2 which will unlock US$100m of private sector capital to impact one million women across Asia. IIX is also set to launch IIX Values, its new technology-driven impact measurement and management platform that aims to radically transform the way voices of the end-beneficiaries are given a value in the financial markets at scale.
With a career that has spanned the globe, Shahnaz has built a track record as a successful social entrepreneur, banker, media executive and academic at Morgan Stanley (New York), Grameen Bank (Bangladesh), Hearst Magazines International (New York), and the National University of Singapore. Additionally, she founded, grew and sold oneNest (New York) – an impact enterprise and online marketplace for handmade goods. oneNest was sold to Novica United, working in association with National Geographic Society. Through these roles, Shahnaz has broken down walls and built bridges in order to connect the backstreets of underserved communities to the Wall Streets of the world.
Shahnaz’s pioneering contributions to impact measurement and social entrepreneurship have now become industry-wide benchmarks and references. She advised and supported the development of the Impact Reporting and Investment Standards (IRIS), the generally accepted performance metrics for impact investors. During her time as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Shahnaz created and spearheaded the Program for Social Innovation and Change. As part of her research, Shahnaz created the proprietary Impact Assessment methodology, that is now the most widely used impact methodology in Asia. She has authored several research and advisory papers, including one on the topic of social enterprises in Asia, which was published in Stanford Social Innovation Review. Shahnaz has taught graduate and executive level courses on “Frontiers of Social Innovation” to build greater understanding of CSR, Social Enterprise and Impact Investing in the region, and continues to educate the next generation of leaders through executive level courses on impact investing, innovative finance, and impact measurement at IIX’s Impact Institute.
Shahnaz is the recipient of the 2017 Oslo Business for Peace Award, often referred to as the “Nobel Peace Prize for Business,” and was awarded the 2016 Asia Game Changer Award by the Asia Society in addition to the prestigious Joseph Wharton Social Impact Award in 2014 given by the Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, she currently serves on the advisory board for UNDP, United Nations ESCAP, G20 Steering Committee for Impact Investing, and was also an appointed member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council. She has been a program advisor to the Clinton Global Initiative, a 2010 TED fellow, a TED speaker and is frequently invited to contribute as a resource person to media, foundations and universities. Shahnaz holds a BA from Smith College; a joint degree – MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an MA from the School for Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University.
Aditya SharmaSenior Vice President Asia, Boson Energy Speaker bio
Aditya leads the Asia strategic market development for, Boson Energy, in the role of Senior Vice President Asia.
Aditya is passionate about solving energy challenges from local solid fuels, using solutions do not leave behind new challenges for the future generations to solve.
Aditya is a member of the CII National Task Force on Waste-to-Worth in India, a member of Energy and Environment Committee of Bengal Chamber of Commerce, and actively participates in international forums on energy and water namely, Asia 3R Summit, EU Circular Mission and India Water Summits. Aditya has 18 years of Asia and 10 years of Europe experience covering Energy, Metals & Mining and Financial markets.
Aditya is a certified Energy Risk Professional from Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) USA and an MBA in Finance. Aditya is a qualified Cost and Management Accountant and a fellow Member of ICSI, India. Aditya is Co-President of Indian Business Chamber of Luxembourg.
Aditya is now based in Luxembourg.
Qaynat SharmaPartner, Big Idea Ventures
Scott ShaykoPresident & CEO, Envision SQ
Mohammad SherafatmandCEO & Founder, Hydroleap Speaker bio
Dr. Mohammad Sherafatmand, CEO and founder of Hydroleap received his PhD in environmental engineering from National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2016 before starting his venture at Hydroleap.
Since then, Mohammad has raised more than 3 million SGD from VCs such as Wavemaker, Seeds Capital, 500 Startups, SGInnovate and Sparklabs and took the technology from lab-scale to a full-blown commercial solution.
Living in Singapore for the past 7 years has made Mohammad to call Singapore home.
Fook Soon SoonCo-Founder & CTO, Oyika Speaker bio
Fook Soon Soon
Fook Soon is the CTO of Oyika and is responsible for technology development and scalability of its solutions. Prior experience with Government, MNCs, GLCs, SMEs and Start-ups in Infrastructure Development, Sustainability, Energy, Waste Management, IT, and Education. Electrical Engineer by training and holds an MBA.
Jayantika SoniCo-Founder & CTO, Resync Speaker bio
Dr Jayantika Soni is the co-founder and CTO of Resync, an early-stage startup building AI-driven energy cloud. She started Resync with Emir Nurov in late 2017. Since then, they along with their team are making power systems with renewables more efficient by advanced control and machine learning algorithms. She holds a PhD in electrical engineering from the National University of Singapore and a bachelors from IIT (BHU), Varanasi.
Sandhya SriramCEO & Co-Founder, Shiok Meats Speaker bio
Dr Sandhya Sriram is the CEO and co-founder of Shiok Meats Pte. Ltd., Singapore. Sandhya is a stem cell scientist with over 10 years of experience working with muscle, adipose, cells and stem cells. After graduating with a PhD from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, Sandhya pursued her postdoc at A*STAR in Singapore. Following 4 years of postdoctoral work, she took up business development at a research institute. Alongside, she co-founded 2 companies, Biotech In Asia and SciGlo. Sandhya has been featured on Forbes Women in Tech for her entrepreneurial ventures and is an author for Nature Biotechnology blog. Currently her company, Shiok Meats, is growing crustacean meat by employing cellular agriculture.
Marcoen StoopSales Director Asia Pacific, Hydrogenics Speaker bio
- Commissioning Engineer, Hydrogenics Europe NV, 2006 – 2009
- Sales Manager, Hydrogenics Europe NV, 2009 – 2012
- Sales Director, Hydrogenics Europe NV, 2013 – present
WORK EXPERIENCE RELATED TO HYDROGEN
- Testing and automation of hydrogen electrolysers with regards to safety, efficiency, control and instrumentation.
- Field experience worldwide since 2006 with applications for glass industry, steel, vegetable oil, hydrogen fueling stations, renewable energy and power plants
- Implementation of hydrogen electrolysis, refueling stations and fuel cells in renewable energy projects such as wind, solar and geothermal.
Hari SuthanChief of Strategic Growth, Opus One Solutions Speaker bio
Hari Suthan Subramaniam is the Chief of Strategic Growth for Opus One Solutions, with over 20 years of experience in R&D, marketing and management consulting. Prior to joining Opus One, he was the CEO of eCamion Inc., a community energy storage company and Vice Chair of Energy Storage Ontario. Hari was also a Vice President with GE Canada’s National Executive team where he drove growth in Canada by seeking out market opportunities across GE platforms and larger infrastructure projects. Additionally, he served in senior roles within Canada’s Provincial and Federal governments, including Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Policy with the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, and member of the Government Transition Team for the Premier of Ontario as well as Federal Ministers of Canada. Hari is also a veteran of the Canadian Navy. Hari currently sits on the board of Centre for Urban Energy at Ryerson University and has previously served on the Boards of the Distributed Energy Association of Canada, McGill University, and Rouge Valley Health System.
Mark SunHead of Marketing – Asia Pacific Precious Metals & Business Development, Anglo American Speaker bio
Mr. Mark Sun has been with Anglo American plc since Sep 2013. Based in Anglo American’s marketing hub in Singapore, Mark is responsible for marketing, sales and market development of platinum group metals (platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium and osmium) in Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining Anglo American, Mark had held a few senior management positions with international companies in materials, electronics and automotive industries where he was responsible for establishing and growing their China businesses. Mark has a B.E. degree from Northeastern University (Industrial Automation) and an MBA from Shanghai Jiaotong University.
Steven SunSecretary of the Board & Marketing Director, Alpha ESS
Champ SuthipongchaiManaging Partner, Creative Ventures Speaker bio
Champ is the first Thai to have founded a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley, co-founding Creative Ventures; a Deep Tech venture capital fund that invests into US-based startups and provides its portfolio with access into Southeast Asia market.
Champ has focused his investments in industrial, healthcare, and agrifood sector, where he saw the greatest opportunities to generate outsized return by accelerating the growth of his portfolio companies through partnership with Southeast Asia family businesses and conglomerates. Some of his previous investments includes ALICE Technologies (partnered with Ananda Development, resulting in sixfigure commercial contract), Dishcraft Robotics (10x valuation growth in 10 months), and Exo (4x valuation growth in 4 months). He also serves as a Chief Strategy Officer at his family business, SHARP Thai City Electric.
Champ started his career at Johnson & Johnson in new product development. He later consulted for Fortune 500 companies as business designer at Smart Designs in New York, in which he helped his clients identify new business opportunities and design accompanying business models. Immediately prior to founding Creative Ventures, he worked at 99designs, a Silicon Valley startup with offices in five continents, to transform its business model from B2C to B2B.
Champ holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and M.Sc. in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with first class honor. He also received an M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley – Haas School of Business.
Chris SworderLead Analyst, Agriculture & Food, Cleantech Group
Ted TanDeputy Chief Executive Officer, Enterprise Singapore Speaker bio
Mr Ted Tan is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Singapore, the government agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for championing enterprise growth.
Mr Tan plays an important role in growing local enterprises, building their capabilities, enhancing their competitiveness and establishing strategic partnerships, both locally and internationally, to help start-ups and enterprises grow into globally competitive companies.
Mr Tan was the Deputy CEO of SPRING and International Enterprise (IE) Singapore. He was the Chairman and Board Member of several companies including the International Trade Institute of Singapore and CrimsonLogic, as well as Board Member of SPRING and DesignSingapore Council. He is currently the Chairman of SEEDS Capital, Chairman of IPI, Steering Board Member of Advanced Remanufacturing Technology Centre (ARTC), Board Member of Singapore Management University Academy, SAL Ventures Ltd and Member of the Committee for Private Education (CPE) of SkillsFuture Singapore.
Before joining the public service, Mr Tan spent 18 years in the private sector and held senior positions including President and CEO of companies.
Mr Tan graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration. He is an alumnus of the Advanced Management Programme at Harvard Business School.
Bernice TayDirector (Food Manufacturing), Enterprise Singapore Speaker bio
Bernice is Director of Food Manufacturing at Enterprise Singapore, the government agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for championing enterprise growth.
Bernice is passionate about transforming Singapore’s food manufacturing sector so local companies and start-ups have access to the right tools, knowledge and resources to create new foods and develop globally competitive brands.
Prior to Enterprise Singapore, she worked in other government agencies with portfolios including infocomm development, social security and aviation.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Summa cum Laude) in Statistics and Economics from George Washington University and Master of Science in Statistics from the National University of Singapore.
Victor TenneroniAnalyst, Idinvest Partners Speaker bio
Victor Tenneroni joined Idinvest Partners in 2017 as Analyst in the Smart City Venture Capital team and in charge of sourcing investment opportunities in ASEAN. Before joining Idinvest, Victor worked in the luxury and e-commerce sectors in Japan. Victor holds a Master in Management from HEC Paris and graduated from software engineering school Ecole 42, in Paris, France.
Nick van der KolkGlobal Business Development Manager, Semiotic Labs Speaker bio
Nick van der Kolk
Nick is the Global Business Development Manager for Semiotic Labs, based in The Netherlands. Bringing more than 10 years of B2B partnership development and project management experience, he is dedicated to growing Semiotic Labs around the world.
Nick’s background is in Chemical Engineering and started his career as a Process Engineer. He has since held a number of business development positions in the energy sector.
Quentin VaquetteManaging Director, ENGIE Factory Asia-Pacific
Jubin VargheseCEO & Co-Founder, Gegadyne Energy
Anton WibowoCEO, Trendlines Agri-Food Innovation Centre
Richard YoungmanCEO, Cleantech Group Speaker bio
Since January 2016, Richard Youngman has been CEO of San-Francisco based Cleantech Group (CTG). This followed 7 years of driving the growth of CTG’s activities outside North America, especially in Europe and Israel, and Asia, based in CTG’s office in London.
Richard has more than ten years’ experience researching cleantech innovation, venture capital markets, and start-ups across Europe and globally. He is a regular keynote speaker at major cleantech events and is the driving force behind the annual Global Cleantech 100, a list of the world’s most promising private cleantech companies.
Luna YuCEO, Genesis Bioindustries
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BP Ventures identifies and invests in private, high growth, game-changing technology companies, accelerating cutting edge innovations across the entire energy spectrum.Read more
BP Ventures identifies and invests in private, high growth, game-changing technology companies, accelerating cutting edge innovations across the entire energy spectrum. Since 2006, BP Ventures has invested over $400 million in corporate venturing and has 42 active investments in its current portfolio.
BP Ventures’ portfolio is primarily focused on emerging technologies in oil and gas exploration and production and downstream conversion processes. In addition, it has a renewed strategic focus on five key areas: bio & low carbon products, carbon management, power & storage, advanced mobility and digital transformation.
Enterprise Singapore is the Singapore government agency championing enterprise development. It also supports the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups.Read more
Enterprise Singapore is the Singapore government agency championing enterprise development. It also supports the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups.
The agency attracts global commodities traders to establish their global or Asian home base in Singapore. Today, Singapore is a leading global trading hub with a complete ecosystem for the energy, agri-commodities and metals & minerals trading clusters. Singapore is also home to many global enterprises, startups and investors that operate in its robust pro-enterprise environment.
Enterprise Singapore builds trust in Singapore’s products and services through quality and standards. Renowned for their dedication to quality and innovation, Singapore companies make ideal business partners.
With Enterprise Singapore’s global network in over 35 locations spanning many developed and emerging markets, it connects businesses with relevant Singapore companies for their business expansion.
Visit www.enterprisesg.gov.sg for more information.
The Carbon Trust is a mission driven organisation that accelerates the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy.Read more
The Carbon Trust is a mission driven organisation that accelerates the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy. We provide insights that support better decisions, we design and manage collaborations to overcome financial and behavioural barriers, and we recognise achievement through certification of outcomes. We help develop and deploy clean technologies and solutions through our investment and innovation activities. We have invested more than £50 million in early stage clean tech ventures leveraging more than £300 million of co-investment. We have established joint ventures to unlock sustainability opportunities. We work with a wide range of corporate and government customers internationally on their clean tech innovation activities. We have assessed over 3,500 clean tech ventures and projects and supported more than 350 of them. For more information, please visit www.carbontrust.com.
TRIREC Pte Ltd is a Singapore-based investment holding company founded in 2015 focusing on global opportunities in the areas of renewable energy, clean technology and sustainability.Read more
TRIREC Pte Ltd is a Singapore-based investment holding company founded in 2015 focusing on global opportunities in the areas of renewable energy, clean technology and sustainability. TRIREC aims to identify suitable equity investment opportunities in early and growth stage companies which can potentially provide significant long-term upside return performance. The team also evaluates infrastructure investment projects that can provide consistent cash flows to its investors. The full spectrum of TRIREC’s investment mandate allows it to support its portfolio partners from early stage development to capital market phase and provides a balanced approach for TRIREC’s investment profile. Achieving long term sustainable and positive impact to our environment while being able to leave behind a better place for our next generation is imperative to our core values.
Canada is dedicated to working with the business community to advance clean growth and innovation as part of the transition to a low-carbon economy.Read more
Canada is dedicated to working with the business community to advance clean growth and innovation as part of the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Canada is making several strategic investments across the innovation continuum to support the growth of its clean technology sector. Examples of key initiatives include: nearly CAD $1.4 billion in new financing to help Canada’s clean technology firms grow and expand; $822 million for next-generation clean energy infrastructure projects; $400 million for Sustainable Development Technology Canada to develop and demonstrate new clean technologies; $200 million to support research, development, demonstration and the adoption of clean technology in Canada’s natural resources sectors; and, $14.5 million for a Clean Technology Data Strategy.
Idinvest Partners is a leading pan-European mid-market private equity firm. With €3Bn under management, Idinvest Partners is active across different segments, including direct investments (growth equity, venture capital, and LBO), mezzanine, secondary transactions, and primary commitments to funds.Read more
Idinvest Partners is a leading pan-European mid-market private equity firm. With €9Bn under management, Idinvest Partners is active across different segments, including direct investments (growth equity, venture capital, and LBO), mezzanine, secondary transactions, and primary commitments to funds. Founded in 1997, Idinvest Partners was a subsidiary of Allianz until May 2010, when it became independent. Thanks to the support of Idinvest Partners, many companies have been able to grow and succeed globally. Recent success stories include Converteam (sold to General Electric), Zealand Pharmaceuticals (IPO on NASDAQ OMX), Dailymotion (sold to Orange), or Kwik Fit (sold to Itochu Corporation).
ADB Ventures is the venture arm of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and backs early-stage technology companies that address urgent development problems in emerging Asia-Pacific.Read more
ADB Ventures is the venture arm of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and backs early-stage technology companies that address urgent development problems in emerging Asia-Pacific. ADB Ventures aspires to crowd in more than $1 billion of risk capital towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. ADB Ventures is initially focusing on climate and gender impact in Southeast and South Asia and will gradually expand operations into new geographic regions and SDG themes.
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