British Chamber of Commerce Singapore

The British Chamber of Commerce Singapore is an independent membership organisation committed to helping strengthen the ties between the UK and Singapore. We have done so since 1954.

Whether you are just starting your research into ASEAN by scoping the market opportunities in Singapore, have established your business and seeking growth, building connections to the UK Government, or looking for brand exposure and employee development opportunities, the Chamber is here to support your needs at every stage of your journey.

With a full calendar of activities throughout the year including events, publications and opportunities to collaborate with our members, the Chamber team is available to help as a point of resource, introductions, networking, learning and profile-raising.

Our goal is to deliver Member Value through the services we offer that all work towards supporting our members in achieving your business objectives and aligning with our Mission of Building Networks, Connecting Businesses, and Creating Opportunities.

All benefit from our leading position as a strong and credible voice for our members and British businesses in Singapore and beyond.

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About the Roundtable

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is scheduled to be held in Glasgow, Scotland from 1 to 12 November 2021 under the presidency of the United Kingdom Government.

The British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore will host a virtual ThinkTank Roundtable as part of the official Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) programme on the commercial opportunities from a decarbonising world, commencing with a focus on the pathway to the conference.

Speakers will be announced soon. To register for this event visit the SIEW registration platform. There is no charge for attending this session.

Section 1: Driving action in the runup to COP26

The timetable leading to COP26 in November 2021 with a senior UK Government rep discussing the ambitions and key elements of COP26. Hear how the businesses, investors, organisations, cities, and regions drive action on climate change and coordinate this work with governments and parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Section 2: Making 'green' commercial

The options available to reduce emissions and their commercial viability. Projects will be viewed through a commercial lens, including incentives to enable private sector finance and roll out of associated infrastructure at scale in ASEAN.

Section 3: Successful decarbonisation projects

Case study-led session with examples of current test-bed decarbonisation projects. Discovering how businesses can prosper in a decarbonising world. with a focus on emerging developments in industry, cities, island nations, and transport including Hydrogen, Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage, and Waste to Value projects.