SWITCH Singapore 2021: Driving renewable energy impact through better business models

L-R: Moderator Edwin Cheang, Solar AI CEO Bolong Chew, Place co-founder Virginia Brumby Ferreira, ORKA co-founder Asim Qureshi ©Enterprise Singapore

Startups need to communicate the business benefits of green solutions to their customers, rather than just pitching the hi-tech

Can present-day technology help us to be more sustainable and stave off climate change’s negative effects? Startup founders at the Singapore Week of Innovation and TeCHnology (SWITCH) conference on November 8 argued that what’s urgently needed goes beyond cutting-edge science and technology. Instead, better business models can boost adoption of sustainable practices.In a panel titled “Why Sustainability is Not Just About Science,” Bolong Chew, CEO and co-founder of solar power installation startup Solar AI Technologies, said that even mature, proven technologies such as photovoltaic panels suf...
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