Energy Efficiency Technology Centre

In collaboration with the National Environment Agency (NEA), the Energy Efficiency Technology Centre (EETC) aims to be the leading technology innovation centre that supports local Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in energy efficiency initiatives.

EETC aspires to promote the development of energy efficiency capability and the adoption of new technologies in the local energy ecosystem for the industrial sectors.

Value to Industry

EETC supports local industries in energy efficiency initiatives and helps to address both short and long-term needs in the local EE ecosystem through the following:

  • Catalyse EE improvements at SMEs through the provision of energy consultancy services.
  • Develop a pipeline of engineering undergraduates in industrial energy efficiency.
  • Upskill existing engineers or EE practitioners through practical hands-on training courses.

What We Do

Catalyse Energy Efficiency Initiatives

We help SMEs be more competitive by reducing energy costs through low-cost high- quality energy assessments.

Co-create Innovative Solutions with Industry 

We provide energy consultancy services and actively collaborate with our industry partners to co-create innovative solutions to overcome current industry challenges.

Build Capability and Expertise

We offer the Energy Efficiency Upskilling Programme (EEUP) that provides practical, hands-on training to complement classroom-based knowledge for engineering professionals.

Energy Assessment for SMEs

EETC provides low-cost, high-quality energy assessments to SMEs. The energy assessment of industrial facilities owned by SMEs will be led by EETC energy specialists.

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Energy Efficiency Upskilling Courses

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Boiler and Steam Systems: Energy Efficient Design, Audit and Analysis

This program is designed to help energy managers, engineers, and facility managers learn energy-efficient operations and monitoring techniques for steam and boiler systems. Through a rigorous five-day programme, the course aims to provide a good balance of theoretical and practical knowledge to the participants.

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Lighting Systems Energy Efficient Design: Audit and Analysis

As new lighting solutions and retrofits become more affordable and easier to install, this is the perfect time for EE practitioners to understand lighting technology and systems. This program is designed for building facility managers and engineers keen to identify energy efficiency opportunities in lighting systems.

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Compressed Air System Audit and Analysis

This program is designed to help energy managers, engineers, and facility managers learn energy-efficient operations and monitoring techniques for compressed air systems. The course aims to provide participants with a good balance of theoretical and practical knowledge through a rigorous five-day programme.

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Motor Driven Systems, Audit and Analysis

Electric motor-driven systems (MDS) account for over 50% of electricity consumption. MDS can be inefficient and costly to operate if they are not properly designed, selected, and maintained. This course aims to provide participants with a good balance of theoretical and practical knowledge through an intensive five-day programme.

Careers with EETC

The applied research at SIT brings our rich industry experience and technical skills into our work, creating a better physical environment for learning and innovation.

We work with teaching programmes and innovation projects to improve the skills of our students and strengthen and energise our industry and the wider community.

We welcome individuals passionate about the Energy Sector to embark on a transformative career with SIT today.

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