There is an urgency to reduce global carbon emission, but a long-term solution and not a quick fix is needed. Governments worldwide, especially in Europe, have been looking at how they can create and secure green energy. Switching to greener solutions is inadequate as we must also ensure that the green energy used to eliminate carbon footprint is circular and does not end up in a landfill. Improving energy efficiency is also equally important. When it comes to sustainability, it is necessary to think of circularity, energy efficiency, and green energy as a collective.
The Packaging Committee of EuroCham Singapore in collaboration with the Sustainability Committee and SICC’s Circular Economy Interest Group bring you the following panel of experts to shed some light on this topic.
09.45 am Webinar waiting room opens
10.00 am Welcome remarks
- Lloyd LOWE Chair of EuroCham’s Packaging Committee and Senior Regional Manager Biopolymers Sales APAC at BASF South East Asia
10:10 am Short presentation
- Gavin ADDA, CEO at Total Solar Distributed Generation, Southeast Asia
- Elodie HECQ, Head of Sales, Singapore at BeeBryte
- Vincent BAKKER, Co-Founder & Chief Financial Officer at Positive Energy Ltd
- Hans Van MAMEREN, Founder at Energy-Renewed
10:50 am Panel discussion and Q&A
Moderated by: Cherine Fok, Director, Sustainability Services at KPMG IMPACT
11:20 am Closing remarks
- Vincent Bakker, Member of SICC’s Circular Economy Interest Group and Co-Founder & Chief Financial Officer, Positive Energy Ltd
Total Solar Distributed Generation, Southeast Asia.
Gavin Adda is the CEO of Total Solar Distributed Generation, Southeast Asia. Mr Adda has previously founded several solar developers in the distributed generation sector. In 2017, he sold his start-up to Total to create Total Solar. At REC Solar, he led Business Development, Corporate Communications and Investor Relations globally and sold the company to ChemChina for USD 640m.
From 2007 to 2013, he had various roles in Samsung Group including launching a solar JV which developed 500 MW of projects across the USA. Mr Adda holds an MBA from INSEAD and a Master’s from Cambridge University.
Head of Sales, Singapore
Elodie Hecq graduated both from top French engineering school ENSE3 (Grenoble Institute of Technology) with a major in Energy & IT, and from top French business school GEM. Elodie acquired expertise in IoT and Energy management systems through multiple company assignments as well as academic projects. Ms Hecq brings to our team a powerful cocktail of strong academic background, business innovation experience, and multicultural management abilities acquired by living many years abroad.
Member of SICC’s Circular Economy Interest Group and
Co-Founder & Chief Financial Officer
Positive Energy Ltd
Vincent Bakker has over 10 years of experience in energy investments. He co-founded Positive Energy, a Singapore-based digital platform for renewable energy investments, where he led investment deals on renewable energy projects in Asia of over 700 mln USD. Due to his work and personal interest, Vincent has a strong background in the financial world, economic/energy policies & regulations as well as the energy industry. Prior he worked at oil major Royal Dutch Shell. Vincent studied Industrial Engineering in the Netherlands and is CGMA accredited.
Director, Sustainability Services
Cherine is a senior professional with the Governance and Risk Practice of KPMG Singapore. She specialises in advising organisations on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues which impact business resilience. Her engagements include consulting on sustainability strategies, governance, remuneration, implementation, due diligence, goals, metrics and reporting. Driving accountability through transparent and robust ESG measures disclosures is a priority given the exponential growth in reliance on non-financial information for decision making.
Cherine is also active in the sustainable finance space and led several landmark engagements, including the development of sustainable finance frameworks, climate risks and the independent assurance of green and social bonds and loans. Besides client-specific engagements, Cherine has a special interest in contributing to the growth of the sustainability agenda, and regularly speaks at public seminars, and authors thought leadership publications relating to sustainability – more recently contributing to Singapore perspectives on green economy transitions and ASEAN perspectives in KPMG’s global flagship publication Frontiers of Finance.
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