An award for “Energy Efficiency in Industry and Construction 2021” and “TOP RUNNER 2021” will receive submissions from Aug. 25 to Oct. 31. The award was co-organized by the Steering Committee on Energy Efficiency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), the Vietnam Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency Association (VECEA), and the German Corporation […]
Singapore will build the country’s first commercially viable fully electric cargo vessel, complete with interoperable swappable battery infrastructure solutions for the Singapore Port. The Singapore government has awarded funding to a consortium consisting of an energy infrastructure and technology company to develop this innovation as part of its zero-emission plan.
The launch of Singapore’s Green Plan 2030 (Green Plan) in February this year is likely to mark a turning point for the island state’s energy sector. As Singapore looks to create a more sustainable society, it will become increasingly focused on low-carbon energy, including hydrogen. In the latest instalment of our “Energy in ASEAN” series, […]
SINGAPORE: Jurong Island will serve as a “living” test bed for sustainable solutions for the first time, as the industrial estate transforms into a sustainable energy and chemicals park.
Greener system of cooling buildings may be set up in Tampines, paving the way for more eco-friendly towns
SINGAPORE: Several buildings in Tampines central may soon be retrofitted with a cooling system that is more energy efficient, after a feasibility study found that it could lead to a 17 per cent reduction in electricity consumption.
Rising Demand for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Boosts the Southeast Asian Integrated Facilities Management Market
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 19, 2021 /CNW/ — Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis on Southeast Asian integrated facilities management (IFM) finds that the IFM market is on an upswing in the region due to the demand for energy efficiency, regulatory support, narrowing expectation gaps between service providers and end-users, and the emergence of service providers […]
PETRONAS has awarded energy consultancy Xodus the conceptual engineering design contract for the state-energy firm’s first complete CCS project.
Your office is killing the planet. That’s according to the Cambodia Energy Efficiency Competition, an international group dedicated to promoting clean, green alternatives, starting with your workplace. It says cutting down on the excessive use of lighting and air conditioners could take a sizeable dent out of carbon dioxide emissions. To encourage companies to play […]
Architect Carl Elefante once quipped: “The greenest building is one that is already built.” It’s a bold statement, one that draws attention to how keeping and rejuvenating an old building for new uses avoids the carbon emissions that would otherwise be released in the process of demolishing and rebuilding
With the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report stating that climate change is widespread, rapidly increasing and intensifying, it has become even more obvious that we need to become more serious about how we think about the environment. But sometimes, it seems like nothing is changing, that nothing is being done to stop the […]