- 26-27 June 2012, Singapore: BioPower Generation Asia (Themes: biofuels, biomass, technology, energy).
- 3-4 March 2009, Singapore: Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing (Themes: technology, business, Asia)
- 28-29 April 2009, Singapore: Bioenergy Forum 2009. (Themes: sustainability, policy, 2nd generation biofuels)
- 7-10 October 2008: Ethanol & Biofuels Asia 2008. (Themes: ethanol, feedstocks, technology, commercialization)
- June 2007: Renewable Energy Finance Asia. For information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. (Theme: Finance)
- June 2007: Carbon Markets Asia. For information, please contact email@example.com. (Theme: Carbon)
- Singapore Airlines Joins Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group, 19 September 2011 by Stuff.co.nz: "Singapore Airlines has taken another step towards greener skies by joining the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG)."
- "Established in 2008, SAFUG is a working group that aims to accelerate the development and commercialisation of lower-carbon renewable aviation fuels, derived from environmentally and socially sustainable sources."
- "Singapore Airlines maintains a young and modern fleet of fuel-efficient aircraft. The average age of its passenger fleet, as of 1 September 2011, is six years and four months."
- "The airline is also an early adopter of technology, having been the first airline to operate the fuel-efficient Airbus A380, for example, and having placed orders for the latest-generation Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 aircraft."
- "Some of Singapore Airlines' other environmentally friendly initiatives include Maintenance programmes for both airframes and engines that ensure operational efficiency and enhanced fuel efficiency and use of weight-saving initiatives such as lightweight crockery, galley service equipment, cargo containers and other aircraft modifications."
- China and Singapore to jointly engineer dedicated energy crops, Biopact, 11 December 2007, Two scientific institutions in Singapore and China have agreed to begin joint research into developing energy rich hybrid plants. Sweet sorghum is to be a main focus.
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