Canadian Cleantech Networking Seminar, 15 Nov 2018

Canadian Cleantech Networking Seminar, 15 Nov 2018

Exploring Cleantech Partnership Opportunities between Singapore and Canada 

The High Commission of Canada, in cooperation with IPI and Enterprise Singapore, will be hosting a networking event to introduce Canadian Cleantech companies and their innovative technologies to Singapore.

Canadian companies are increasingly shifting their focus to include export and investment opportunities in Singapore and the ASEAN region. In fact, the 2017 Canadian Clean Technology Industry Report notes that 93% of all Canadian Cleantech companies will be export-led. This event aims to promote collaboration between companies from Canada and Singapore.

Date: 15 November 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Venue: Enterprise Singapore Office
Little Red Dot, Level 10
230 Victoria Street,
Bugis Junction Office Tower, Singapore 188024

  • Share the know-how and knowledge of upcoming technologies in the sustainable technology sector
  • Explore new prospects and possibilities for further collaboration and partnerships
  • Provide a detailed understanding of clean energy opportunities in Canada and Singapore
  • Create a platform to enhance trade promotion and bilateral understanding between the two countries
  • Connect attendees to potential technology partners, investors, funding agencies and high net worth individuals in the cleantech space


9:00 am – 9:15 am

9:15 am – 9:30 am
Welcome Remarks and Introduction to IPI
by Dr Sze Tiam-Lin, Senior Director, IPI

9:30 am – 9:35 am
Opening Remarks 
by The Hon. Jim Carr, Minister of International Trade Diversification, Government of Canada

9:35 am – 11:00 am
Company Presentations
by a select group of innovative Canadian organisations

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Participating Companies

Cleantech companies will share innovative solutions including waste-to-energy, renewable energy, energy efficiency, smart technology and more. Join us at this event to learn about their technologies and discover collaboration opportunities.

  • Anaergia offers sustainable solutions for the generation of renewable energy and the conversion of waste to resources.
  • Canvass Analytics provides an enterprise-grade platform for implementing and scaling of automated industrial operations in a short period of time, using its pre-built predictive model’s pipeline.
  • GHGSat uses satellite-based remote sensing technology for monitoring of GHG emissions from hydro reservoirs.
  • Hydro-Québec’s Center of Excellence in Transportation Electrification and Energy Storage (CETEES) is an innovation hub in the field of battery materials for electric vehicles and other energy storage applications, both stationary and mobile.
  • MaRS Cleantech is one of the main focus areas in MaRS. It is an organisation that brings together educators, researchers, social scientists, entrepreneurs and business experts under one roof in Toronto.
  • Miovision creates intelligent solutions for in-house and outsourced traffic data collection, and advanced traffic signal operations.
  • Pyrowave uses its patented microwave technology to recycle mixed plastic waste, which can then be re-used to make virgin polymers and packaging.
  • Smarter Alloys specialises in shape memory materials. Its platform technology has applications ranging from wearable technology to medical devices.
  • XpertSea helps shrimp and fish hatcheries, farms and research centres to improve operational efficiency by combining artificial intelligence, computer vision and machine learning.
Register your Interest
Come and Connect with Innovative Canadian Companies.
Limited seats available. 
For enquiries, please contact
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