SIEW TechTable are sessions designed to explore emerging and nascent low carbon technologies that will accelerate the energy transition.
|Time (GMT +8)||Session|
|14:30 – 14:35 hrs
|14:35 – 15:05 hrs
Deeptech to Accelerate the Energy Transition
Sydrogen’s CTO David DeVries will share on Sydrogen’s plans to use deeptech to develop Fuel Cell products to accelerate the energy transition. The presentation will cover Sydrogen’s core technology underpinning its components, as well as ongoing developments for low-power and high-power generation.
Sydrogen is a joint venture between Temasek and Nanofilm Technologies International (NTI) focusing on Fuel Cell components and solutions to enable a transition to cleaner, hydrogen-based energy sources.
|15:05 – 15:50 hrs
Mr. Chesebro’s presentation will discuss current developments in the small modular reactor (SMR) market, including the status of SMR developments in the United States, the benefits and uses of SMRs, and how they fit into the future global energy mix. The presentation will also discuss how SMRs can be paired with other clean energy sources such as wind and solar to help achieve global carbon reduction goals.
|Jonathan M. Chesebro|
Senior Nuclear Trade Specialist
Office of Energy and Environmental Technologies
U.S. Department of Commerce - International Trade Administration
Nuclear Energy role to attain Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement
Energy is indivisible to people well-being and economic development. Clean and affordable from nuclear energy can play an important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and help to reach Paris Agreement goal. Nuclear science and technology can support countries to reach the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from eradicating poverty through to advancing health and education and facilitating industrial development.
Director Harmony Programme
World Nuclear Association (WNA)
|15:50 – 16:20 hrs
Energy Technology Innovation for 24/7 carbon-free electricity grids by Google
The presentation will provide an overview of Google's energy journey and 24/7 carbon-free energy goal by 2030, and cover examples of innovative technology solutions and projects which Google has deployed globally to advance towards running its operations entirely on carbon-free energy, around the clock.
|16:20 – 16:40 hrs
||Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS)
Director of Business Development, Asia Pacific, Low Carbon Solutions