An article by Rachel Tan for The Straits Times.
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) is looking to almost triple the number of green specialists in Singapore to 20,000 in the space of the next seven years.
That is how many experts in eco-friendly development, design, construction and operations the BCA needs to help achieve its goal of making 80 per cent of Singapore’s buildings energy efficient by the year 2030.
“It is necessary to develop the industry’s capabilities and ensure adequate supply of green specialists,” said Ms Serene Peh, deputy director of the green building policy department, BCA, at a briefing yesterday.
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