BCA Launched Super Low Energy Buildings Technology Roadmap at the Singapore Green Building Week (SGBW) 2018

The Building and Construction Authority has launched the Super Low Energy (SLE) Programme to push the envelope of environmental sustainability in Singapore.

by Mr. Wong Ngian Chung     9/8/2018 11:50:35 PM

The Building and Construction Authority has launched the Super Low Energy (SLE) Programme to push the envelope of environmental sustainability in Singapore. It includes a suite of initiatives such as the SLE Buildings Technology Roadmap to encourage the development and adoption of cost-efficient SLE buildings. The Roadmap was officially launched at the Singapore Green Building Week (SGBW) 2018.

 To address the challenges and seize opportunities provided by Super Low Energy (SLE), BCA partnered with the industry and academia to jointly develop a Super Low Energy Buildings Technology Roadmap that charts the pathways towards SLE via development, demonstration and application of technologies. The Roadmap examines a wide spectrum of emerging building energy technologies, analyses their interaction and integration, and explores their feasibilities in our tropical and urban context. Through technology trending and foresighting, the Roadmap outlines broad strategies of technology development towards mainstream adoption of SLE by 2030.

Download the full report of SLE Technology Roadmap