Singapore is a country with no natural resources. However, with its abundant sunlight throughout the year, the country can harness this energy for the benefit of the country and the people. Following the success of last year?s event, the Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (SGC) will jointly organize with the German Energy Agency (dena) and the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK), supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Labor (BMWA), a 2nd Renewable Energies Symposium focusing on solar energy. This creates a platform for business development and the mutual exchange of ideas between German and Singaporean companies, institutions and government authorities. H.E. Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources will be the Guest-of-Honour for the symposium. This event is supported by EDB, IE Singapore, NEA, BCA and is part of the ?Discover Germany? programme, an initiative of the German Embassy. Participants will be able to listen to presentations by German experts and company representatives from the solar industry. For more information please contact:Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (SGC)www.sgc.org.sgTel. 0065 6562 8500mail: firstname.lastname@example.org More information about the German Chambers of Commerce
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