INFocus Nites: An interactive session on sustaining a career in the green sector


INFocus – a collaboration between NTUC and jobsDB – aims to bring PMEs like yourself up to speed with the latest and upcoming trends in the employment marketplace and various industries through interactive sessions with some of Singapore’s leading employers. Listen, discuss and network with fellow industry professionals and experts to create and build greater exposure for your career development.


Pathway to a greener future

In support of the COP21, Singapore has recently pledged its commitment to revise its carbon emissions intensity reduction target to 36 per cent from that of 2005 levels. As part of the Singapore government’s effort and commitment to tackle climate change, businesses would also need to build up their capabilities in clean technology and renewable energy sources. When organisations become more environmentally responsible, the demand for individuals with the right skills to help with this transition will remain for many years to come.

Are you keen to join the green movement and carve a career out of it? Grab this opportunity to learn and find out from our speaker, Mr Vincent Low, Vice President for G-Energy Global Pte Ltd, as he shares his knowledge on the topic: “Pathway into a Greener Future”. The talk aims to give you an overview of the sustainable energy industry, and the insights on how you can be part of this sector.

So join us, along with Mr Vincent Low for an interesting evening ahead!


Mr Vincent Low is the Vice President for G-Energy Global Pte Ltd. (Singapore). He is also a Key Qualified Personnel (KQP) accredited by Energy Sustainability Unit (ESU) – National University of Singapore (NUS) and Certified Green Mark Manager Professional (Cert. GMP) accredited by Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore.

G-Energy Global has been involved in the energy and system performance for clients in Singapore and Southeast Asia. His company is recognised as an Energy and Sustainable Design consulting firm and also help numerous companies achieves numbers of Building Energy Efficiency Labelling Award by Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA) & energy Sustainability Unit (National University of Singapore).

In 2008, he also assisted the first private developer to achieve the prestige Green Mark “Platinum” Award by Building Construction Authority (BCA).


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