Non profit organisation Energy Carta has organised not only a summit this year, but also a competition to find an individual or team with the most innovative cleantech idea to represent Singapore in a global contest, in San Francisco.
Founded and run by young adults that is part of a global movement driven by a passion for clean technology, sustainable development and the environment, Energy Carta is the Singapore host for Global Cleantech Open Ideas Competition, the world’s largest clean technology business/idea competition.
The winning idea of national level will get to represent Singapore as Global finalist at the annual Cleantech Open Awards Gala on November 17, 2010 in San Francisco, where your idea will be presented in front of 2,500 investors, entrepreneurs, sponsoring companies, corporations, members of academia and members of the press.
The selected teams will present their ideas in our annual flagship event: Asian Youth Energy Summit 2010, a conference that aims to connect and inspire youths in Asia on the issue of energy and sustainable development. Past summits have attracted 500 young audience all over Asia and famous speakers like Grameen Bank Managing Director, Mr. Dipal C. Barua. It is a 1-day event on Friday, October 15.
The process is simple: Submit your idea (short essay), present your idea in AYES2010, win first prize and fly to San Francisco.
For all budding entrepreneurs out there, this is your chance to share your GREEN ideas with the rest of the world. Just by telling them your idea, you could win a prize package of services worth $100,000 to help you start a business and grow your idea!
More information about the summit and the competition can be found on the website: www.ayes2010.com. Registration for the competition ends on 30 September 2010, 2359 hrs.