Bettina Kamuk, chemical engineer from the Danish Technical University is Global Market Director and Head of Department, Waste to Energy, at Ramboll – a global consulting engineering company.
Bettina is a highly experienced WtE project director and has been responsible for WtE projects Worldwide most recently in the Middle East, USA and in the region Bettina has been involved in WTE facilities in Thailand, Malaysia and has been deeply involved in the feasibility study and the preliminary design for the integrated waste management facility in Singapore planned for a yearly capacity of 2 mill tonnes of waste to energy recovery and more than 200,000 tonnes of bio-waste and recyclables for sorting.
In addition to the daily work Bettina is ISWA Board Member and Chair of the Scientific and Technical Committee, previous chair of ISWA’s Working Group on Energy Recovery and the Working Group on Hazardous Waste.
Charlie Ang is a Business Futurist whose specialty is in analyzing, foreseeing and explaining the impact of technologies on the future of the economy, industries, companies, education and jobs. Besides being a highly sought-after futures speaker and thought leader, he is also an innovation catalyst (as Founding President of The Innovators Institute, Co-founder of The Innovators Network), venture investor (Partner and Head for Singapore at KIATT, a deep technology and commercial science global venture capital firm) and a technology educator (Ambassador of SingularityU Singapore), which is the worldwide alumni network of Singularity University).
Dean joined Microsoft in 2017 as the regional Industry Solutions Director for Asia-Pacific after 6 and a half years at General Electric’s power generation unit where he was the Commercial Director, Asia-Pacific for Power Generation Services. Prior to that he was the Asia Regional Leader, Price Management at Schneider Electric. Dean has extensive experience in the power generation and oil and gas verticals in particular, working on some of the largest power projects in Asia. He holds a Bachelor of Computing from Monash University and a Master of Business specializing in Economics.
“I’m thrilled to be part of this team at such an exciting time in history for cloud computing and IoT technology. Both will be key drivers of world economic growth for the next decade and my goal is to use and leverage my past experience in power generation across Asia to achieve big results at Microsoft."
Dr Chindarat Taylor is the Founder and Director of Resource Efficiency Pathway, a consultancy that advises companies and municipalities on the development of waste and waste to energy infrastructure in the UK, Thailand and internationally, with special focus on the Asia Pacific region.
Chindarat is an experienced waste management professional whose primary focus is on the development of waste and waste to energy facilities. She has solid hands-on experience helping companies and municipalities to deliver waste to energy facilities. Her work focuses on strategic advice and implementation support with special attention on evaluating project viability and deliverability. This includes waste feedstock security, technology evaluation & selection, evaluation of EPC contractor capability, supply chain optimization and risk management.
She was previously a director at the UK Environment Agency, where she established the highly innovative and successful Pathway to Zero Waste Program. This program was instrumental in diverting waste from landfills and developing waste and waste to energy infrastructure.
She has over twenty years’ experience in waste to energy, petrochemicals and consulting. This includes management of three joint ventures for BP/Amoco with a combined asset value of over US$3.5 billion and various operations for ICI, including environment & waste management.
Chindarat is a Chartered Waste Manager (MCIWM) from the Chartered Institution of Waste Management, UK. She is currently Vice Chairman of the Solid Waste Association of Thailand (SWAT). She regularly joins industry panel discussions and speaks at international conferences.
Hayder is an engineer holding M.SC degree with 20 years’ experience in the international Transport and Trucking industry.
He is currently working as Mobility and Automation Director at Volvo Trucks in Gothenburg – Sweden. Prior to Hayder’s current position, he was Quality and Uptime Director at Volvo Trucks and member of Volvo Group Quality Committee. He started his career at Volvo Trucks for 20 years ago and was holding different positions within the company at product development and product management.
In Hayder’s current position, he is involved in putting strategies and prompting new technology within Automation and Electromobility at Volvo Trucks with the objective of making the transport sector more efficient.
Joe Keen POON has a proven track record in senior leadership roles across Asia & Europe. He has successfully led organizations, from start-ups, to turning around very large and mature businesses in Asia. Currently Joe guides Surbana Jurong, the world’s consultancy powerhouse for urbanisation and infrastructure developments, to fulfil its mission of building cities and shaping lives by delivering world leading smart city solutions. Earlier, he has led Xchanging’s, a top Business Process Outsourcing firm, P&L & commercial success in the East Asia & Japan market as President.
Prior to that, Joe spent 9 years at Microsoft. He was the winner of 3 top awards (Circle of Excellence, Champions Award, Worldwide IW Sales & Marketing Award). In his last role, he was in the executive team as the Segment Director, OEM Business in Singapore. In that role, Joe leads Microsoft’s success in not just the flagship Windows, Office & Server businesses, and also the growth of emerging mobile devices business. Prior to that, Joe led several businesses for Microsoft across Asia & Greater China. He also held consulting and business development roles in leading organizations like Deloitte Consulting in London and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore. He was also the winner of the Public Service Commission scholarship from the Singapore Government in 1990.
Joe is married with 2 kids, Ian (12years old) and Ky-Shan (10 years old). A competitive kayaker in his younger days, Joe now stays fit by dedicating his free time to the gym and X country running.
Jung-Hoon, Jang has been working for 23 years as Sales Representative, Sales Engineer, Project manager, Consultant, Automation System programmer.
He has more than 25 project experiences in ITC, MES, QMS, EAM, Factory & Logistics Automation system as Project Manager, IT & Automation Engineer.
* ITC (Information Technology Convergence)
* EAM (Specialized Enterprise Asset Management System),
* QMS (Quality Management System)
* LMS (Real-time Factory Monitoring System),
* MES (Manufacturing Execution System)
Seng-Chee Lee is a Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers (Singapore) and he leads the Power and Utilities advisory practice within the Capital Projects & Infrastructure (“CP&I”) team.
He has more than 20 years of experience in financial structuring , finance raising and M&A activities in both buy and sell side, government and private sector advisory roles, including expertise in Public Private Partnerships (“PPP”), Private Finance Initiatives (“PFI”) frameworks.
He has advised in the development of a number of milestone infrastructure projects and transactions in Singapore, Asia and Europe covering sectors including power, water/waste water treatment, solid waste management, transport infrastructure (toll roads, bridges, ports, mass rapid transport, airport etc). Seng-Chee has worked with many government agencies, major
projects finance institutions, infrastructure funds, strategic investors (eg developers) and multilaterals/ bilateral donor agencies on infrastructure development, investments and divestments.
In the solid waste management sector, Seng Chee has advised the governments of India and Indonesia on the waste sector management reforms and structuring. He’s also advised on a number ofWTE plants in Singapore including the 6th incineration PPP plant and the pilot Mechanical and Biological Treatment Plant.
In Singapore, he has supported many government agencies (including Public Utilities Board, Singapore Sports Council, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Trade & Industry, Singapore Cooperation Enterprise, IE Singapore) in many projects involving the promotion of Public Private Partnership to attract private sector expertise and investments into Singapore’s public
infrastructure. Seng Chee has also advised private sector consortiums in selected PPP projects tenders in Singapore including wastewater, desalination, transportation, and education infrastructure.
Seng Chee also contributes actively as a public speaker in discussions focussed on infrastructure development in Asia across many platforms including APEC, G20, multilateral development banks, bilateral government etc.
Seng Chee graduated from the London School of Economics (UK) and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.