RINC 2022 is anchored on the theme of Energy Sustainability and Innovation. The confluence of technological advancements, geo-political development and climate change as a key existential issue has crystallized the imperative of leveraging technology
to support the architecture for a sustainable energy ecosystem. Energy sustainability comprises two dimensions - exploring alternative clean or green energy sources, and establishing and adopting energy efficient practices. Innovation is key
to driving energy sustainability and creates opportunities for partnerships and collaborations amongst industry players, academic institutions, and governmental agencies. SP’s School of EEE strives to be in the vanguard in relevant domain
areas of sustainability through strategic partnerships with leading industry players and governmental agencies.
HIGHLIGHTS OF RINC 2022
HIGHLIGHTS OF RINC 2022 The event will have two strategic collaborations formed between Singapore Polytechnic and Sembcorp, as well as Singapore Polytechnic and CHINT, officially announced. The former will see the establishment of the Solar PV
Research Co-location Laboratory and the Solar PV Pilot Demonstration Recycling Line, heralding new frontiers in solar PV recycling. The latter will involve the launch of the Smart Electrical Power Training Co-location Laboratory. These collaborations
align with Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 and helps to achieve the desired outcomes for PET training to equip current students with latest industry insights and knowledge, and for CET training to upskill and reskill workforce for the industry.
There will also be two panel discussion sessions fielded by key practitioners. The theme for the first session is “Technology and Innovation” and focuses on how companies could leverage technologies and governmental initiatives
in fostering greater innovation in energy sustainability. The second panel discussion session is themed “Workforce Career Development and Training”, and explores how companies, academic institutions, and governmental organisations
could engage one another to strengthen the development of talent pipeline for the energy and power sector.