BBP was recently awarded a spot on the first-ever APAC 25, a new initiative created by the CleanTech Group in September 2018. The APAC 25, a sister list of the Global CleanTech 100, is a list of companies that lead sustainable innovation across various industrial sectors.
APAC 25 inclusion validates the work that BBP is doing, leveraging advanced controls and data analytics to reduce energy consumption and save energy costs. The companies included in the APAC 25 are selected on the basis of market appeal and future significance, which means that only thought leaders seen as having significant impact within 5 to 10 years are included. Being on the APAC 25 also increases BBP’s visibility, helping the company draw new prospective clients and investors.
BBP has also been invited to participate in the upcoming CleanTech forum, an international conference on clean technology that has been held in the US, Europe, and Asia for 16 years. Since its inception in 2002, the CleanTech Forum has been an opportunity for investors, startups, and established corporations to network, exchange and learn best practices, and close deals that make new opportunities in clean energy possible.
BBP will be take part in the 2018 conference to be held in Singapore this November, which is themed around “Re-imagining Services to Cities of the Future.”
BBP’s CEO Poyan Rajamand will be discussing the company’s innovative offerings and sharing his expertise with a global audience.
Read more about the APAC 25 and 2018 CleanTech Forum Asia.