In Singapore, there are about 360 schools comprising more than 450,000 students and 33,000 teachers. To make schools more sustainable and conducive for learning, the Ministry of Education (MOE) is working closely with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) to study the feasibility of achieving Positive Energy Schools (PES). The aim is to tap on the use of renewable energy and energy-efficient innovations to achieve net zero or even positive energy status. This means a school can produce more renewable energy than it consumes on an annual basis.

In a collaboration between Building and Construction Authority Singapore, Pinerge has launched a project to enhance thermal comfort of classroom in Tropics which is an important part of the project named Positive Energey School. The project achievement is presented in Public Service Engineering Conference 2018.

As speech by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean at the conference, technology is a key enabler for many exciting innovations. It is also the key belief of Pinerge that to provide professional IT tailored solution to our customers by using the latest technology. 


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