From floating solar panels to systems that convert waste to electricity, a range of European innovations could help Southeast Asian countries to boost their use of green energy. Some of these technologies are being showcased in Singapore and Malaysia from Oct 24 to 28.
From solar panel systems that track sunlight to new storage solutions, 37 European companies with innovative green energy technologies will be in Singapore and Malaysia from Oct 24 to 28 as part of a new EU programme on Southeast Asia.
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Smart thermostats have the potential to revolutionalise home energy efficiency, but also bring concerns such as privacy and security. Tech writer Emma Bailey shares how the technology can be scaled up more effectively.
Will the European Commission set ambitious but attainable energy efficiency targets that will force individuals and industry to make real changes? Or will it bend to political pressure and set meaningless targets?
The city-state has outlined its strategy for both reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change, but wider support from the business community and the public is needed to help meet its climate target.