The Jurong Island Innovation Challenge called for startups and SMEs to tackle challenges faced by Jurong Island companies in the areas of energy management, emissions reduction, water management, and waste management. This involved bringing together some of the biggest industry players on Jurong Island to forge collaborations on the environmental front, and step up resource optimisation efforts...
The Jurong Island Innovation Challenge called for startups and SMEs to tackle challenges faced by Jurong Island companies in the areas of energy management, emissions reduction, water management, and waste management. This involved bringing together some of the biggest industry players on Jurong Island to forge collaborations on the environmental front, and step up resource optimisation efforts towards achieving circularity on the island.
After an extensive gauntlet of evaluations, TNB is proud to showcase six of the companies that have stood out with their solutions for sustainability on Jurong Island and beyond. In this event, supported by Enterprise Singapore, hear pitches from these promising companies that are poised to make a real difference in how industries deal with waste, energy and water. Join us also for a networking session to get the chance for a more intimate discussion with these companies as well as the other attendees.
4:00pm - Arrival and registration
4:30pm - Welcome address by TNB
4:35pm - Pitches from:
- Newsoil Technologies
Date: 5th April 2023
Time: 4:00pm – 6:30pm
Venue: SGInnovate, 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911
Mohammad Sherafatmand, CEO, Hydropleap
Hydroleap is a provider of innovative, high-performance, chemical-free, and automated electrochemical solutions for industrial wastewater treatment and cooling tower water recycling helping to replace chemicals by 100%, reduce space footprint by 50% and manpower by 90%, and help save on operating costs.
Bai Hongwei, Sales Director, Nanosun
Nanosun is a Singapore-based high tech company that invented a 3D printing membrane technology that can be manufactured in a fully automated way and that can solve issues of industry wastewater more efficiently.
Lu Jin Ping, Technical Consultant, New Soil Technologies
Newsoil Technologies is a Singapore founded company that converts excavated soft clay into Pellet-like-Material (PLM), which is engineered soil, an alternative for good earth or fill materials which can be used for backfilling, reclamation filling, caisson filling and temporary access road works.
Peter Choo, COO, OceanPixel
OceanPixel is a Singapore-based start up that was spun off from the Energy Research Institute at NTU ([email protected]) and supports sustainability endeavors in the SEA region in markets such as renewable energy, Blue economies and marine big data.
Loh Siaw Ee, Business Development Director, Sobono
Sobono is Singapore-based and operates in the Asia Pacific region, and strives to provide fully-integrated clean and green energy solutions to its customers by optimizing their use of resources such as funds, fuel, water, fertilizer, and even waste, leading to maximized resource utilization, minimized impact to the environment and improved overall process of operations.
Natalia Mykhaylova, CEO, WeavAir
WeavAir offers proactive end-to-end software & hardware solution for air distribution systems that prevents the spread of air contamination and infection, while saving energy and reducing operational and maintenance costs.