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 wraps on a high note

#makethefuture Singapore closed on Sunday, 19 March 2017 after four days and drew 22,000 visitors. 

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isitors pose for photographs during day four of the Shell Eco-marathon in Manila, Philippines, Sunday, March 1, 2015. (Geric Cruz/AP Images for Shell)


Want to revisit the best parts of your day? Retrieve your digital souvenirs of pictures and videos, as well as the bright ideas you supported at the exhibits during your visit.

Retrieve your souvenirs
The GARUDA URBa gasoline 17, #530, a gasoline UrbanConcept vehicle racing for team GARUDA UNY ECO TEAM from Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia on the track during day 1 of Make the Future Singapore 2017 at the Changi Exhibition Centre, Thursday, March 16, 2017 in Singapore.

Opening day highlights

Make the Future Singapore kicked off on 16 March 2017, with Shell Eco-marathon Asia, Bright Ideas Challenge and a business forum to discuss Asia’s cleaner energy future.

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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 2017.

Shell Eco-marathon Asia
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Shell Ideas360

Shell Ideas360 is a global student programme to develop ideas to tackle the pressures on the world’s Food, Water and Energy resources. Twelve student teams will be at Make the Future Singapore.

Find out more about Shell Ideas360
Young girl dreaming of flying to space. Illustrative concept.

Make the Future is about ideas - bright ideas for tomorrow's energy challenges.

Globally, we are using more energy than ever before. At the same time, the significance of climate change means the world has to reduce CO2 emissions. We need innovative thinking to make today's energy go further and to find cleaner energy to take us towards a low-carbon world. Great ideas come from conversation, collaboration, partnerships; great minds coming together.

Make the Future Singapore 2017 concluded on Sunday, March 19, after four days of delighting more than 22,000 visitors with innovative displays that demonstrated the crucial role energy plays in everyday life. THANK YOU to all visitors.  We hope you enjoyed the experience and learnt something about the energy future and your role in it. 

See brilliant new ideas and innovations from across the whole world of energy.  Get involved, get inspired, see how you’re part of the journey to a low-carbon future.

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Results and awards

View the latest Shell Eco-marathon Asia results and list of winners for On-track and Off-track Awards.

Explore and Discover

Experience the answers that are shaping tomorrow in three key interactive zones at the festival: ‘Live, Work, Play’, ‘Our Energy Future’ and ‘On the Move’. Don’t miss the performances from Nathan Hartono and local bands on the Main Stage.

See what is on at the festival

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Best Day of My Life

The spirit of collaboration can transform anything: from a piece of technology to even a song.

Six award-winning international musicians have collaborated with six start-ups and Shell to pledge worldwide support of more and cleaner energy. They include Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson, Brazilian singer Luan Santana, British performer Pixie Lott, American dance act Steve Aoki, China’s pop-star Tan WeiWei and Nigerian idol Yemi Alade.

The song is called Best Day of My Life.

Watch the video and see the ideas behind the music as we reveal some of the new technology that is receiving support from Shell.

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Our Partners

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 2017.