Shell’s Make The Future 2017 Ends With Positive Response From the Public

Shell’s Make The Future, a 4-Day Festival held from 16-19 Mar 2017, ends with a positive note from the public. Schools from all parts of Singapore joined the event with the primary objective in promoting awareness of carbon-reduction and efficient use of energy.


The first-ever Make The Future Singapore also saw student teams from Asia Pacific and the Middle East showcase their self-built vehicles at the flag-off ceremony of the eighth edition of Shell Eco-marathon Asia.

Winning teams from the inaugural Drivers’ World Championship Asia. Source: Shell

Team DSLU Eco Car – I.C.E from De La Salle University in Philippines claimed victory in the inaugural Drivers’ World Championship Asia, where the most energy-efficient student teams competed in a head-to-head race.


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Besides Shell’s Eco-Marathon, a wide varieties of activities available that showcased various ways of generating carbon-free energy.


Various activities at @shell #MakeTheFuture #Singapore

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About Make the Future Singapore

Make the Future Singapore is a festival of ideas and innovations for Asia that supports bright energy ideas and provides a platform for innovation, collaboration and conversation about the global energy challenge. It is a four-day event that will take place at Changi Exhibition Centre in Singapore from March 16-19, 2017. Through virtual reality and hands-on experiential zones, visitors will be able to explore what is happening now and see what the future of energy might look like, from renewable energy to natural gas and low-carbon technologies; learn about bright ideas from around Asia; and participate in interactive zones about the future of energy, mobility and innovation by Shell and other partners. For more information, please visit


About Shell Eco-marathon 

Shell Eco-marathon is a unique, global competition that challenges students to push the boundaries of energy efficiency on the road. There are three Shell Eco-marathon competitions held throughout the year in Asia, America and Europe. The competition provides an arena for students to test vehicles they design and build themselves. It aims to inspire young people to become scientists and engineers of the future.


Shell Eco-marathon began in 1939 at a Shell research laboratory in the United States as a friendly wager between scientists to see who could get the most miles per gallon from their vehicle. In 1985 in France, Shell Eco-marathon as we know it today was born. In April 2007, the Shell Eco-marathon Americas event was launched in the United States, and in 2010, the inaugural Shell Eco-marathon Asia was held in Malaysia, up until 2013. The event was held in Manila, Philippines from 2014 to 2016 and moves to Singapore as part of the Make the Future festival for the first time in 2017.

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