SingCham Sustainability Ecosystem Ready for Cross-Border Collaboration
The recent SingCham Sustainability Forum 2023 in Shanghai marked the official launch of the SingCham Sustainability Ecosystem (SSE), dedicated to bolstering sustainable development and cross-border collaboration in green businesses between China and Singapore.
Singapore’s Minister for the Ministry of Sustainability and Environment, Grace Fu, in her speech during the 23 October event, emphasised the vital role of youth in shaping a greener future, calling for unified efforts between corporations and young individuals.
SingCham China’s chairman, Ong Tze Guan, highlighted SSE’s role as a bilateral conduit, streamlining the establishment process for companies in both nations, fostering an environment conducive to green business growth. The event saw the participation of key representatives from various esteemed organisations, including the Ministry of Sustainability and Environment of Singapore, SingCham China, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and prominent industry players like SembCorp, Keppel, Capitaland, Surbana Jurong, DBS, UOB, OCBC, DPA and WMI Renewables.
WMI Renewables, renowned for its contributions to the renewable energy sector, played a significant role in the SSE’s inception, bringing its expertise and innovative solutions to the sustainable development forefront. With a dedicated focus on harnessing wind and solar energy, WMI Renewables remains committed to advancing green energy initiatives in both the Chinese and Southeast Asian markets.
The collaborative commitment of governments and industry leaders underscores SSE’s potential to drive substantial progress towards a greener and more sustainable future. WMI Renewables, in alignment with SSE’s mission, strives to collaborate with other sustainability leaders, utilising the platform to create new opportunities for sustainable growth and environmental stewardship.