ACEF2021 is proud to present iPitch@ACEF jointly organised by Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN). iPitch is an investor pitching event where start-ups and SMEs are invited to pitch and network with investors in a ‘speed dating’ concept. Each start-up will have 5 minutes to give their best pitch followed by another 5 minutes Q&A.
iPitch@ACEF will showcase 6 projects from Asia competing to get the attention of investors and the audience.
The projects will be from a range of countries across the region, and in their business models they use and apply tech-enabled data analysis and digitalization to solve clean energy challenges.
- Showcasing aspiring projects in Asia to Investors
- Providing opportunity for projects with high maturity to reach financial closure
Kavita Gandhi, Executive Director, SEAS
|08:05 pm – 08:10 p.m.||
Peter du Pont, Asia Regional Coordinator, PFAN
|08:10 pm – 08:15 p.m.||Introduction of Programme & Start-Ups|
|08:15 pm – 09:25 p.m.||
iPitch commences for Registered Start-ups
Start-ups are given allocated time to present
|09:25 pm – 09:30 p.m.||
Closing remarks by Moderator
End Of Event
Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS)
The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) is a non-government and non-profit business association that represents the interests and provides a common platform for companies in Sustainable Energy sector to meet, discuss, collaborate and undertake viable projects together.
SEAS was launched on 12 July 2006. Our steady growth in membership numbers and programmes has mirrored the growth of the sustainable energy sector in Singapore and the ASEAN region. The Association benefited from a Local Enterprise and Association Development (LEAD) grant from IE Singapore and SPRING Singapore, underlining their belief in the future of our industry and in Singapore’s role as a global Clean Energy hub.
Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN)
As technology prices continue to fall, clean energy projects become more profitable and the appetite of investors for such projects grows. Now is a time of enormous potential for the development of clean energy capacity around the world. There are many entrepreneurs out there with great ideas for clean energy and climate adaptation projects that are economically viable. However, especially in low- and middle-income countries, the projects and the investment tend to have difficulty finding each other:
- Entrepreneurs simply may lack the connections to find investment, or may be unsure of what investors look for in a business plan
- Investors may find it difficult to assess investment opportunities in markets they are not familiar with PFAN bridges this gap by helping entrepreneurs build their businesses and present them in a language which investors will understand and be interested in. We then help investors find and recognise the potential of these businesses.
Point of Contact
Whitney Tan, SEAS
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