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  • Centre For Liveable Cities
  • Commercial Engineering Pte Ltd
  • Continental Steel Pte Ltd
  • E3 Design Pte. Ltd.
  • Golistid Pte. Ltd.
  • Hansgrohe Pte Ltd
  • Hiap Chuan Hardware Pte Ltd
  • Hock Seng Hoe Metal Co. Pte. Ltd
  • Hyundai Steel Company Singapore Branch
  • JOS Furnitures Pte Ltd
  • KTC Civil Engineering & Construction Pte Ltd
  • LTS Enterprise Pte Ltd
  • Lucky Joint Construction Pte Ltd
  • Mlion Corporation Pte. Ltd
  • Otis Elevator Company (S) Pte Ltd
  • Rittal Pte Ltd
  • Sekisui Singapore Pte Ltd
  • SembWaste Pte. Ltd.
  • Silverspace Pte Ltd
  • SL Electric Pte Ltd
  • Sustainable Office Solutions

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The Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) will better support the building and construction sector’s carbon reduction goals with industry-specific decarbonisation initiatives launched at the International Green Building Conference 2023.


These include an enhanced embodied carbon calculator for the industry, enhancements to SGBC’s certification schemes for green building products and green building services, as well as building capabilities in carbon measurement for the concrete manufacturing sector. The initiatives were announced during the commencement of the SGBC-organised International Green Building Conference 2023 (IGBC 2023) held at the Raffles City Convention Centre, graced by Ms Indranee Rajah, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Second Minister for National Development and Second Minister for Finance.

The Singapore Building Carbon Calculator (SBCC) is a web-based embodied carbon calculator designed for Singapore’s built environment. It is developed by JTC Corporation in collaboration with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC). The web-based application builds on the previous Building Embodied Carbon Calculator (BECC), which was available since last May as an Excel spreadsheet. The spreadsheet was developed by the NUS Energy Studies Institute under a project commissioned by JTC in collaboration with BCA and SGBC. 

With the advancement of built environment sustainability over the years, many Singapore green building services firms have developed deep and specialised capabilities, and have a strong track record in delivering excellent Green Mark projects. To better reflect the deepening and maturing of firms’ capabilities, SGBC has revised the certification criteria and categorisation of both the Environmental Sustainability (ES) and Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) categories for the Singapore Green Building Services (SGBS) certification scheme.

ES Consultants will now receive tiered certification ratings to better profile their capabilities and expertise, especially if the ES consultants have proficiency in specific areas such as energy modelling or decarbonisation strategies. This will make it easier for building and facility owners to identify the best consultant with the appropriate expertise for their project needs.

In the drive towards low-carbon construction, key construction materials such as concrete and steel will be assessed based on their carbon footprint and Global Warming Potential (GWP). SGBC’s certification of these materials will require manufacturers to provide an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which is a standardised quantification of environmental information on the life cycle of a product, for each of their product.

To ensure that Singapore manufacturers have the ability to develop internal capabilities to report on the carbon emissions of their products in accordance to international standards, SGBC is collaborating with One Click LCA, a global building lifecycle assessment platform, to pilot a new Concrete EPD Generator in the Singapore market. This digital tool will provide another avenue for local concrete manufacturers to obtain consistent carbon data, identify decarbonisation opportunities and generate accurate, verifiable EPDs.

“All of us must recognise the urgent need to address climate change and reduce carbon emissions in the built environment, said Mr. Lee Ang Seng, President of the SGBC. “Through our suite of initiatives and industry collaborations, we stand ready to empower businesses and drive the transition towards a low-carbon future. Together with our Members, we will spearhead innovative solutions, promote sustainable practices, and pave the way for a greener, more resilient Singapore.”

First launched in 2009 along with the founding of SGBC, the IGBC platform showcases Singapore’s efforts and achievements in developing a sustainable city in the tropics and highlights the latest trends, developments and technology in achieving sustainability in the built environment. The two-day IGBC 2023 attracted participation from more than 600 in-person delegates and the strong support of nearly 40 Conference Partners. IGBC 2023 is organised as a carbon-neutral event, where efforts are first focused on reducing the event’s carbon footprint, before offsetting the remaining carbon emissions generated from electricity use, food & beverage provision, as well as travel and transportation of attendees.


SGBC Green Real Estate Trends Conference 2024

May 30, 2024

SGBC Green Real Estate Trends Conference 2024

The Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) presents the SGBC Green Real Estate Trends Conference 2024, a comprehensive one-day exploration of the latest developments in the evolving landscape of sustainability within the built environment.

Go Green Home!

March 22, 2024

Go Green Home!

Play the new Go Green Home game on Greenbuildings.sg and explore how different choices about your home life could improve your comfort, health and productivity at home while making a positive impact on the planet.

SGBC and OCBC launch inaugural Challenge Call

December 6, 2023

SGBC and OCBC launch inaugural Challenge Call

In collaboration with SGBC Member OCBC, SGBC has launched the inaugural SGBC-OCBC Built Environment Decarbonisation Challenge, against the backdrop of the United Nations COP28 climate conference focusing on multilevel action, urbanisation and the built environment.


December 1, 2023


Representing 13 percent of global GDP, the deep green transformation of the built environment sector could require less than 0.03 percent of global GDP and has the potential to lift 2.8 billion people out of energy poverty, reduce carbon emissions by 37 percent and create US$1.5 trillion dollars of investment...

Hager Celebrates 30 Years in Singapore

November 6, 2023

Hager Celebrates 30 Years in Singapore

Electrical incidents, more common than one might expect, often occur unexpectedly. It is a widely held belief that everyone deserves to live in an electrically safe environment. Embodying this principle of proactive safety, SGBC Member Hager celebrates 30 years of service in Singapore, offering products that epitomise reliability and longevity. Marking...

SGBC-BCA Business Mission to Sydney (16-19 Oct. 2023)

October 20, 2023

SGBC-BCA Business Mission to Sydney (16-19 Oct. 2023)

The Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), together with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA), led a delegation of nearly 30 Singapore built environment representatives on an insightful business mission to Sydney, Australia from 16-19 October 2023.

Navigating the Path to Sustainable Data Center Operatio…

October 17, 2023

Navigating the Path to Sustainable Data Center Operations in Singapore

In a recent panel discussion at Data Center World 2023, SGBC Member Siemens delved into Singapore’s latest sustainability standard SS697, which charts the roadmap to increase tropical data center operating temperatures to 26 degrees Celsius and above.

SGBC Founding President Awarded President’s Award for t…

October 10, 2023

SGBC Founding President Awarded President’s Award for the Environment 2023

The President’s Award for the Environment (PAE) 2023 was presented by President Tharman Shanmugaratnam to Er. Lee Chuan Seng, Mr Tan Guan Rui Jacob, National University of Singapore and Keppel Corporation at the Istana on 10 October 2023.

SGBC Launches Free Embodied Carbon Calculation Guide fo…

September 15, 2023

SGBC Launches Free Embodied Carbon Calculation Guide for Buildings

The built environment sector can now utilise a free resource to begin calculating the embodied carbon emissions of building projects.

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Strong Showing of High Calibre Submissions Fuel Strong …

June 6, 2024

Strong Showing of High Calibre Submissions Fuel Strong Competition for Top Honours at SGBC-BCA Leadership in Sustainability Awards 2024

The Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), in partnership with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA), officially unveiled on 6 June 2024 the 24 distinguished winners of the SGBC-BCA Leadership in Sustainability Awards 2024. This year's edition witnessed a surge of high-quality submissions, highlighting the industry's heightened commitment to sustainability.

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