Month: February 2019

Compounding the value of data in the analytics economy

Compounding the value of data in the analytics economy

Randy Goh, managing director of the Singapore SAS office, recently wrote an article for The Business Times describing how Singapore is advancing its digital and traditional economies through the use of data science and analytics. Goh discusses how enterprises and organizations across Singapore are discovering how data can help them predict new trends, save energy costs, and …

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Taiwan aims to become Asia’s green building hub

Taiwan aims to become Asia’s green building hub

Taiwan’s push to become Asia’s green building hub is now seeing fruition, Victoria Jen reported in the Channel News Asia recently. Home-grown companies are launching new, eco-friendly technologies even as international companies are getting ready to set up factories in the country.  Green Energy Technology, producer of a new range of solar panels, is one of the …

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Singapore’s first new-build net-zero energy building launched by NUS

This January, the National University of Singapore (NUS) completed the first net-zero energy building in Singapore. A recent press release from the university describes the building’s launch and the many features that it uses to promote sustainability. The new building, named SDE4 for its location within NUS’s School of Design and Environment (SDE), was built with …

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Building a Green Singapore

In a recent article for The Straits Times, reporter Derek Wong showcased Barghest Building Performance (BBP) as one of the top firms working with commercial and industrial buildings across Singapore to increase equipment efficiency, improve energy management, and save costs. Wong notes that BBP’s work has come to the foreground recently as Singapore’s Building and Construction …

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BCA Drives the Next Generation of Green Buildings – The Super Low Energy Buildings

More than 10 developers to pledge their commitment to achieve the new Green Mark for Super Low Energy buildings The Building and Construction Authority has launched the Super Low Energy (SLE) Programme to push the envelope of environmental sustainability in Singapore. It includes a suite of initiatives such as the SLE Buildings Technology Roadmap and …

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