The Challenge is ON

Tertiary students with Minister S Iswaran on a tour of the new Sembcorp Cogen Plant @ Banyan located on Jurong Island. (Photo credit: Sembcorp Industries Ltd)

Tertiary students will soon have exclusive access to the inner workings of the power sector. They will get to experience first-hand life as a power engineer through site visits and sharing sessions by industry experts.

This is all part of the new Sembcorp-EMA Energy Challenge for 2015. Students will also be challenged to solve real-world issues that power professionals face at work. Winners can expect to receive cash prizes as well as internships with Sembcorp.

The annual competition is aimed at inspiring and engaging the energy professionals of tomorrow. It is open to students from the Institute of Technical Education, polytechnics and universities.