ABS, Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and the Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI) are collaborating on a study on using ammonia as marine fuels in the port of Singapore, as well as exploring the supply, bunkering and safety aspects.
Classification society ABS is teaming up with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI) on a study to assess ammonia’s potential as a marine fuel and explore ‘the supply, bunkering, and safety challenges’.
January 20 (Renewables Now) – Germany’s BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH has finalised the sale of its first solar farms in Malaysia to Kuala Lumpur-based independent power producer (IPP) reNIKOLA Sdn Bhd.
Green energy played a proportionally bigger role in Indonesia last year but still fell short of the government’s expectations as the COVID-19 pandemic hit demand and investments. Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry data show that the contribution of green energy to Indonesia’s total energy consumption rose from 9.15 percent in 2019 to 11.51 percent last […]
As the post-Brexit UK charts an independent course in international trade relations, Great Britain and Cambodia have maintained strong ties. Khmer Times’ reporter Jason Boken speaks to Tina Redshaw, the British ambassador to the Kingdom, on climate change, education, trade and future developments between the two nations.
As Singapore recovers from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has the rare opportunity to accelerate its sustainability efforts not only at home but also in the region, said experts during a forum on sustainability and the environment yesterday.
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.
Southeast Asia has fallen behind on the global sustainability agenda, although advancements in this space could be a $1 trillion economic opportunity for the region by 2030. This is according to a new Bain & Company report.
The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic shocked the world in the first quarter of 2020 with no clear end in sight. Severe impact on the economy globally as well as in ASEAN was inevitable.