Taiwan's external trade council, TAITRA, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Singapore Institute of Building.
TAITRA said Singapore's government aims for 80% of buildings in the country to be green buildings by 2030. TAITRA says Singapore is a good market for products including green building materials, LED lighting, energy-saving products, smart water meters, and smart electric meters. The MOU is expected to help Taiwanese businesses make inroads into the market for environmentally friendly buildings.
TAITRA also hopes Taiwanese businesses will also be able to work with local businesses in third countries where Singapore has experience exporting its green building expertise.
Source: Radio Taiwan International