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Conversations on Solar in Singapore


15th September 2014, Monday


6pm - 7.30pm, Free event


A relaxed brainstorming & networking affair open to solar energy enthusiasts, the event will be filled with discussions about the future of solar power in Singapore. To be facilitated by Adam Lyle, from Padang and Co, this gathering of minds will also include our invited guest from Japan, Mr Takuya Onishi, co-founder of Energy Meet, an international firm dedicated to designing energy for better society. We invite members of the public, thinkers, engineers, and designers to participate and share their ideas for a cleaner future.

Beverages will be available for purchase at the venue


About Padang & Co

“Padang” in Malay means “open field”.

Padang & Co provides our public, private and people sector partners the space to adopt a range of open innovation practices to solve problems and develop new opportunities, with one another and with the UP Singapore community.

Padang & Co is a subsidiary of Newton Circus, a technology company that invents communities and services designed to make cities more liveable, competitive and sustainable.




“Designing Energy for Better Society”

Society has been conscious about Energy ever. ENERGY MEET (EM) is to bridge the energy solution through urban design, architecture, product, device and community design. The aim of EM is to provide the platform where carries a lot of innovative energy projects with the collaboration of many different type of designers, engineers, environmentalist, economist, politicians and society/people.



Takuya Onishi; / AADip Hons / Architect

He has been working on super-light-weight portable architecture, and developing structural and material solutions with industries. His project covers post-disaster site, extreme environment and even outer space for providing survivable/habitable and comfortable space. His mission is to cultivate the impossible territory to expand man’s habitation with the environmental conscious. He had recently established ENERGY MEET with Masato Ashida (Architect in Japan) in 2010 and acting internationally.