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ExxonMobil plans carbon capture network in Southeast Asia

ExxonMobil looks to build a network of carbon capture and storage facilities stretching across SEA, with Singapore serving as the collection hub of the new enterprise, the company’s climate point man told Nikkei. Singapore will collect and ship…

ComfortDelGro in second JV with Engie to provide renewable, solar energy

Comfortdelgro Engg has entered into a second JV with Engie SEA to develop and manage solar energy solutions. Through JV company ComfortDelGro Engie Solar, both sides intend to electrify ComfortDelGro’s fleet of vehicles with renewable power and offer…

GashubUnited Utility helps companies reduce their CO2 emissions with LNG

It might interest some to know that when 600 cubic metres of natural gas is cooled down to minus 162 deg C, the size is reduced to just 1 cubic metre. LNG is thus a form of energy…

PacificLight sees bright future with solar energy

PacificLight Power looks an improbable pioneer at first glance, but it is on the frontiers of the brave new world of renewable energy. The company is working on an ambitious pilot project that will allow Singapore to import…

Singapore targets 2 mln tonnes of carbon capture by 2030

Singapore is aiming to realise at least 2 million tonnes of carbon capture potential by 2030 as part of a broader effort to make its Jurong Island oil refinery hub more sustainable, its EDB said on Tues. Many…

Singapore keen to partner European businesses in low carbon solutions, green finance: Gan Kim Yong

The Republic is keen to partner European businesses to make strides in low carbon solutions and green finance as it establishes itself as a regional carbon service hub, said MTi Minister Gan Kim Yong on Fri. “We welcome…

CAAS and Airbus to look into Changi Airport hydrogen hub as part of push for sustainable aviation

The initial steps to look into whether hydrogen power infrastructure can be deployed at scale at Changi Airport will begin in the coming months. This comes as part of Singapore’s effort to develop sustainable aviation, amid growing awareness…

Singapore is on a timer to decarbonise power sector

Energy flows where attention goes – sums up Singapore’s efforts to green its power sector as it shifts away from fossil fuels to other more sustainable forms of renewable energy on the long road to zero carbon. The…

Pilot project at East Coast Park hawker centre turns food waste into electricity and fertiliser

A pilot project that turns food waste into electricity and fertiliser has been launched at the East Coast Lagoon Food Village in East Coast Park. It will convert food waste generated by food stalls and patrons at the…

What’s Singapore’s scorecard at COP26?

Singapore only contributes about 0.1 per cent of global carbon emissions but has been actively participating in its Paris Agreement commitments. The country has contributed its fair share towards global climate ambitions, including enhancing its NDC under the…

Use covered walkways to harness solar energy

Singapore has limited space for the production of renewable energy. To expand our sources to harness more solar energy, Singapore has creatively started installing solar panels on the rooftops of buildings and on landed properties, as well as…

Hydrogen buses ‘could be a solution’ for Singapore as transport sector goes green: Britain’s largest bus maker

Britain’s biggest bus manufacturer lies within an 80-year-old weathered building outside Glasgow. It is a facility that tells more a story of the company’s history than its future. But behind the facade of Alexander Dennis (ADL), real technological…

COP26: Singapore calls for ‘clear roadmap’ to keep 1.5 degrees within reach

Singapore has called for “urgent collective action to address the global climate crisis” during the delivery of its national statement at COP26 on Tues. MSE Minister Grace Fu said that multilateral cooperation was essential to delivering successful outcomes…

527 HDB blocks in Tanjong Pagar to have solar panels to harness green energy by 2025

All 527 eligible HDB blocks in Tanjong Pagar town will be installed with solar PV systems to harness solar energy by 2025, the town council set out in a 10-year masterplan to be more energy-efficient. Once this is…

ISOTeam divests stake in Sunseap for $12.2 mil

ISOTeam has, on Nov 5, entered into a SPA to dispose of its entire interest in Sunseap Group, representing approximately 1.18% of shares, for a proposed sale consideration of $12.2 million. The stake is being sold to global…

EDP Renewables acquires majority stake in Sunseap, part of Asia expansion

EDP Renewables (EDPR) has bought a majority stake in Southeast Asian renewables firm Sunseap Group, creating a solid platform for the Portuguese company to accelerate growth in Asia, the CEO of EDP group and EDPR told Reuters. The…

Optimising use of sea space part of long-term development planning

We thank Mr Kuet Ee Yoon for his letter and his interest in URA’s Long-Term Plan Review. As with land, there are diverse and competing needs for the use of our sea space. There are also technical considerations…

Sunseap secures $85.8 mil green loan from DBS and UOB for Singapore’s largest clean energy project

Sunseap Group has secured an $85.8 million green loan facility from DBS and UOB Bank on Nov 1. The loan facility will finance its SolarNova4 project to install solar PV systems across over 1,200 public housing blocks and…

Solar cable project will cut Singapore’s emissions, boost electricity supply

Singapore’s ongoing adoption of renewable energy sources and its commitment to mitigate climate change – against the current backdrop of the ongoing global climate conference, COP26 – will be given a substantial boost by the Australia-Asia PowerLink (AAPowerLink)…

Indonesia and Singapore – facing climate challenges together

No one is spared the effects of global warming but there is much that countries like Indonesia and Singapore can do together to absorb the shocks along the journey to a world of lower carbon emissions. One prominent…

Clean energy companies will co-sponsor students for power-sector scholarship from next year

From next year, clean energy companies will, for the first time, sponsor engg students for the Energy-Industry Scholarship (EIS) here. This means that some of next year’s batch of scholarship recipients and future cohorts will be posted to…

Use vertical facades of buildings for solar power to beat land constraint

While land constraint is a very real problem for Singapore as it aims to meet its target of producing 2 GWp of solar energy by 2030, it, fortunately, does not mean game over for the Republic. As an…

Keppel Infrastructure partners Perennial to introduce sustainable energy-as-a-service concept

Keppel Infrastructure has partnered Perennial to roll out Singapore’s first-of-its-kind energy-as-a-service (EaaS) concept at Perennial Business City at a contract sum of $50 million. Keppel Infrastructure’s sustainable EaaS concept includes the installation and operation of super-efficient chiller systems…

Keppel Infrastructure Holdings and NTU collaborate in the development of sustainability solutions

Keppel Infrastructure Holdings and NTU have entered into a collaboration to boost the development of zero-emissions, decarbonisation and circular economy solutions on Oct 26. The MOU was signed by Keppel Energy Transition Centre (KETC) and the university. The…

Singapore to launch standards for renewable energy certificates

Singapore plans to launch standardised guidelines for renewable energy certificates, part of efforts to decarbonise its power sector and develop a regional grid, a minister said on Tues. The certificates, called RECs, are market-based instruments substantiating that electricity…

Sunseap explores solar farms in Indonesia to power Singapore

Companies led by Singapore’s Sunseap Group signed a MOU to develop solar power systems in the neighbouring Riau islands of Indonesia to provide electricity for the city-state, Sunseap said on Mon. The various systems will have a combined…

Singapore to strengthen regional collaboration in clean electricity and hydrogen trading: Tan See Leng

To support Singapore’s transition to renewable energy sources while ensuring energy security and reliability, the nation will be strengthening its regional and intl collaboration in clean electricity and hydrogen trading. Second Minister for MTI Tan See Leng said…

EMA announces two partnerships totalling S$10 million to accelerate clean energy innovations

EMA announced two new partnerships, totalling S$10 million, on Mon to accelerate the deployment of clean energy in Singapore and boost local capabilities. It comes as the country races to decarbonise and meet its long-term target to halve…

Plans to import 30% of S’pore’s energy from low-carbon sources by 2035: EMA

Plans are afoot to diversify Singapore’s power supply, as well as lower the nation’s carbon footprint by importing around 30 per cent of its energy from low-carbon sources by 2035. EMA announced on Mon during the SIEW that…

Singapore grants in-principle approval to import 100 MW solar power from Indonesia

EMA has granted in-principle approval on a pilot project to import 100 MW of solar power from Indonesia to Singapore. The project is part of a collaboration among a consortium of companies including Singapore-based PacificLight Power (PLP), Indonesian…

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