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SGBC has lined up a series of insightful seminars, workshops and events that enable industry players to provide valuable knowledge sharing and updated information.


The Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), in collaboration with OCBC, presents the SGBC-OCBC Built Environment Decarbonisation Challenge to seek solutions in greening OCBC’s properties.

We call on our network of innovators and organisations with tenable building retrofit solutions, innovative approaches as well as advanced technology and materials to accelerate decarbonisation efforts, starting with OCBC’s commercial office buildings.

The Challenge
Buildings are responsible for 20 percent of Singapore’s carbon emissions, and are a central focus of Singapore's Green Plan as they offer a significant opportunity to reduce carbon emissions, enhance resilience to climate change, optimise resource use, and improve the overall quality of life for residents.

What can we do to accelerate the decarbonisation of our buildings? This Challenge call will focus on uncovering solutions that can reduce operational carbon emissions in buildings in the most efficient and cost-effective manner. Solutions should prioritise carbon abatement and energy efficiency as well as provide good value and practicality for deployment.

Who Can Participate?
The Challenge is open to startups, entrepreneurs and established companies passionate about built environment decarbonisation and sustainability.

By participating in the Challenge, get to:

  • Attest the decarbonisation potential, deployment readiness and commercial case of your solutions in a live environment.
  • Network with industry leaders, experts, and innovators in the fields of finance and sustainability.
  • Contribute to the global effort to combat climate change and create a sustainable future for generations to come.

Exemplary solutions will also get funding support of up to $80,000 to implement pilot projects in selected OCBC properties.

Join the SGBC-OCBC Built Environment Decarbonisation Challenge and be part of the solution to reduce building carbon emissions for a more sustainable future.

Express interest now.