Dr Terence Goh is a Deputy Director at Singapore Power, Singapore’s electrical transmission and distribution network with more than two decades of experience in energy systems related to microgrid and mobile applications. He holds a PhD, DIC from Imperial College London, a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Manchester and a Physics degree from the National University of Singapore.Previously with DNVGL, he was the Energy Storage Lead for APAC and the Centre of Excellence Leader for Energy Storage and Smart Grid for Singapore as well. He had managed several projects in rural electrifications, microgrid and on-grid energy storage projects across the Asia Pacific countries. He is an authority and thought leader on Energy Storage and has been both panel chairman and speaker at several international conferences
Dr. Liang An received his Bachelor degree in Thermal and Power Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology and PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). After graduation, he worked as a visiting scholar and a postdoctoral fellow in the same research group. His research interests are in the area of clean energy-conversion technologies and renewable energy-storage technologies. He has particular research interests in fuel cells, lithium-based batteries, flow batteries, and water electrolysis.
Thermofluid; Energy conversion and storage technologies; Advanced materials