The OSA Light, Energy and the Environment Congress examined the frontiers in the development of optical technologies for many aspects of energy production and use, including spectroscopic sensing of the atmosphere, remote sensing using passive and active hyperspectral imaging, solar energy conversion using photovoltaic and solar-thermal systems, and all aspects of solid-state lighting.
Accelerating the Deployment of Renewables in Southeast Asia Special Panel
Urgent action is required to limit global warming. Rapidly developing Southeast Asia, with a population of 600 million, needs to deploy vast amounts of renewable energies to keep carbon emissions under control. In this timely panel discussion, experts from universities, solar companies and government agencies will share their views on how to accelerate the deployment of renewables in Southeast Asia. Aspects covered range from technology & engineering to economics and policies.
Moderator: Kenneth Baldwin, Director, ANU Energy Change Institute, Australian National University, Australia
Christophe Inglin, Managing Director, Energetix Pte Ltd, Singapore
Edwin Khew, Chairman, Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS), Singapore
Alan Khor, Head of Engineering, Procurement & Construction, Cleantech Solar, Singapore
Eicke Weber, Berkeley Education Alliance for Research in Singapore, Singapore
Thomas White, Australian National University, Australia
SERIS Local Lab Tours
The local host of OSA Light, Energy and the Environment Congress, the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS, NUS) is pleased to organize local guided tours to SERIS’ laboratories and facilities located at both the National University of Singapore (NUS), and Cleantech One (CTO), as part of OSA’s local site visit program. Pre-registration for the SERIS guided lab tours is required for logistic arrangement. Registration confirmation will be on first-come, first-served basis.