Young girl dreaming of flying to space. Illustrative concept.

Come to Make the Future Singapore, a festival of bright energy ideas and innovation for Asia. Virtual reality and hands-on experiences around what is powering our world promise to engage and tell the story of the future of energy.

Generate electricity on the kinetic dancefloor, see cars of the future at Shell Eco-marathon Asia, race your own mini saltwater cars, and meet young scientists and energy start-ups. Enjoy live performances by Gentle Bones, Charlie Lim, Jasmine Sokko and MICappella. Indulge in unique food offerings from Deli by Shell.

Over 18? Join us at Lates, a special after-hours event on 9 March. Share your views at an open-format casual forum about the future of energy. Explore the festival at night, try out virtual reality experiences and enjoy live performances.

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he DTU Innovator, #14, a gasoline prototype racing for team DTU Roadrunners prototype from Technical University Of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark, races on the track during Make the Future London 2016 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Friday, July 1, 2016 in London, UK. (Stuart Conway for Shell)

Shell Eco-marathon

Watch the cars of the future in action as student teams across Asia come to Singapore for Shell Eco-marathon 2018.

Shell Eco-marathon Asia
The Flux, #506, a gasoline UrbanConcept vehicle racing for team DLSU Eco Car Team - I.C.E. from De La Salle University, Philippines celebrate their victory in the Drivers' World Championship race on the final day of Make the Future Singapore 2017.

Make the Future Singapore 2017 wraps on a high note

#makethefuture Singapore 2017 closed after four days of delighting more than 22,000 visitors.”

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Futuristic cars compete in race for efficiency at Shell’s Make the Future Singapore festival

Make the Future Singapore, a free festival of bright energy ideas and innovations for Asia, will take place at Singapore’s Changi Exhibition Centre from March 8 to 11, 2018. Returning to Singapore for a second year, the public festival will be a platform for conversation, collaboration and innovation around the global energy challenge: how to generate more energy, while producing less CO2 emissions.

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Shell is working alongside some of world’s leading innovation, research and development (R&D) and technology organisations as Global Partners of Make the Future in 2018.