Greenhouse Gas Management


Next Course Date:24 - 26 June 2019 (2.5 days)

(Note: 26 June is half day only, from 9am - 1pm)

SCEM and PE PDU points to be advised

(E2I Training Grant Approved Course, available for Singaporeans and PR at S$315 per pax)

Administrative Details

Time: 9am - 5pm

Venue: 180 Kitchener Road, #06-10 City Square Mall Singapore 208539; Singapore Sustainability Academy

Contact: +65 - 6338 8578

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Course Summary

With the introduction of Carbon Pricing in Singapore, Taxable and Reportable facilities are required to report their GHG emissions to National Environment Agency (NEA) annually. Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS) and EY have launched Singapore’s first GHG Manager training program to help these facilities maintain competent individuals who can report organization’s GHG emissions to NEA.

This program adopts a modular approach and is designed to help professionals quantify GHG emissions from emission sources applicable generically across industries.

Course Objective

Module-1: Understanding GHG emissions and its calculation methodologies

Overview of Climate Change and Global Warming

Understanding types of Carbon footprint

Introduction to emission sources and types of Greenhouse gases to be considered

GHG calculation methodologies including IPCC, UNFCCC, etc.

Multiple exercises on calculation of GHG emissions


Module-2: Monitoring raw data for GHG emissions

Identify meters and techniques for raw data monitoring

Quality management principles to manage raw data

Exercises to identify monitoring of raw data


Module-3: NEA Reporting framework for Taxable and Reportable facilities

Introduction to requirements of Carbon Pricing

Responsibilities of Taxable and Reportable facilities

Understanding NEA’s Monitoring and Reporting Plan, including walk-through of NEA’s Monitoring template

Process of GHG verification.

Target Audience

This course is designed for professionals who seek in-depth understanding of GHG emissions and calculation methodologies

Energy Managers or other professionals responsible for monitoring and reporting GHG emissions

Rates (exclusive of GST)


Course Fees before funding. E2I Funding available for Singaporeans & PRs at $315.00 per pax.

Participant's details (including NRIC) and company information are required for submission and verification for training grant claims purposes. 


Praveen is a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young LLP Singapore. Praveen has an extensive experience in the field of Climate Change. He has conducted over 60 GHG assessments across 14 different countries. He is also an appointed member of international committee (ISO) responsible for development of ISO 14064 standard and Life cycle assessment. He has worked with NEA in the development of Monitoring and Reporting framework used to support the Carbon Tax in Singapore.He has also been awarded Enterprise Singapore Merit Award 2018 for his significant contributions to Singapore Standardization Programme in the field of environment. He is a qualified lead auditor for GHG assessment, Energy Management System (ISO 50001), and Environmental Management System (ISO 14001); and holds Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Production and Industrial Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi.

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