Wattwatchers joins NSW Going Global green building mission to Singapore

Stock image ex Canva to illustrate Wattwatchers blog post on green building mission to Singapore led by NSW Going Global

With Net Zero and Electrification driving sustainability upgrades and investments in the built environment globally, Wattwatchers has joined an Investment NSW program to promote the state’s technology scale-ups and their Climate Tech solutions.

Wattwatchers Digital Energy is headed for one of Asia’s premier green building events.

It’s the 2023 International Green Building Conference, run by the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), being held on 26-27 June.

Investment NSW has brought together a cohort of leading Climate Tech scale-ups based in NSW, including Wattwatchers, for the latest round of its NSW Going Global program.

The mission to South-East Asia includes attendance at the conference in Singapore, guidance from regional experts and tailored introductions to potential customers.

Climate Tech is one of the four main themes for the Singapore conference, with the others being: Unlocking Green & Transition Finance, Low Carbon Materials and Healthy Building.

Participating companies alongside Wattwatchers include Enosi, Everty, Ohmie GO, BindiMaps, CIM, TES-AMM, Givvable, and Kandui.

The first workshop of the Singapore program (on 26 April) was facilitated by Impact Tech Ventures, with expert contributors including Asian-based senior personnel from ENGIE Impact, Tata Consulting Services, Macquarie Capital, Keppel Infrastructure and the Singaporean Government-owned consulting business, Surbana Jurong.

Subsequent facilitation for the trade and investment mission is being provided by Climate Salad.

Wattwatchers will be represented on the ground in Singapore by its Director Net Zero Property, James Clements.