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SP x SGBC Webinar Series: Towards a Super Low Energy Built Environment
Our buildings are responsible for more than a third of Singapore’s total energy consumption. Over the years, industry players from both the public and private sectors have worked together to develop and deliver buildings that are increasingly energy efficient for a more sustainable built environment.

The growing spectre of climate change necessitates going further and doing more. Super low energy buildings will have important roles to play, with their heavy emphasis on best-in-class energy efficiency, the use of renewable energy and intelligent energy management strategies to advance the built environment towards one that is greener, energy efficient and low-carbon. In this webinar, hear from industry experts as they unpack the nuances of going super low energy and gain insights into advancing next-generation energy efficient buildings.

Jan 19, 2022 03:00 PM in Singapore

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Mr. Satinderpal Singh Sandhu
Deputy Director Business Development & Sales @SP Digital
Satinderpal has over 15 years' experience in business development in the enterprise technology sector. He is currently responsible for commercial and industrial sector sales at SP Digital. Driven by SP Digital's mission to "Power Sustainability with EnergyTech", Satinderpal has worked with various enterprises in the built environment to advance their sustainability goals through the implementation of SP Digital’s innovative and practical suite of Green Energy Tech and sustainability solutions. Satinderpal will further elaborate and share case studies on how the built environment can benefit from the latest innovations in technology to drive smarter, more sustainable and healthier buildings for their stakeholders.
Dr. Choo Thian Siong
Lecturer @School of Architecture & The Built Environment Singapore Polytechnic
Thian Siong is a lecturer at the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at Singapore Polytechnic. His key focus areas are computational design methods and tools, as well as sustainable design solutions. His expertise is in the use of artificial intelligence to develop sustainable design exploration and optimisation. His transdisciplinary approach stems from his diverse past experience in architectural practice, environmental sustainability research and building design computation.
Dr Soh Chew Beng
A/Prof & Program Lead of Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering degree program @Singapore Institute of Technology
Chew Beng has worked in the area of Sustainability for the past 16 years. He has embarked on his career as Material Scientist with A*STAR. He has then moved on to join SIT to support Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering degree Program and research initiative. He has been active in the field of Sustainability, Energy Efficiency and Materials Research. He has 84 publication to date with H-index of 16.