SINGAPORE – Climate change and urbanisation are nudging up temperatures in Singapore – and increasing the need for cooling here.
The Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) is continuing its energy-saving building promotion programme for the sixth year into 2021.
They will focus on the areas of renewable energy, energy conservation and efficiency as well as other technologies that will facilitate the transition to low carbon energy
In a country where over 80% of residents live in public housing, a government commitment to sustainable urban design could have huge implications. And when it’s a tropical country where convenience and air conditioning are a way of life, the impact could be greater still.
Grundfos has launched a new service model in Thailand that can help local businesses cut energy consumption by more than one-third, achieving greater sustainability at a lower cost while supporting the country’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20% by 2030*.
SINGAPORE – Mr Jason Tang, founder and chief executive of energy solutions start-up TablePointer, was troubled that commercial facilities left their machines running even when they were not required.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysians have been encouraged to play their part in reducing carbon emissions by using more energy-efficient products.
SP Group’s (SP) MyTengah Experience Centre, an interactive showcase of SP’s smart energy solutions that will be deployed in Singapore’s first smart energy town at Tengah, will be open to the public from 20 October 2020. SP will bring Singapore’s first large-scale residential centralised cooling system to Tengah.