SINGAPORE – From 2033, Singapore will import 1.2 gigawatts (GW) of low-carbon electricity – primarily generated by wind power – from Vietnam, which will help fulfil the Republic’s target of importing 4GW of renewable energy by 2035 via electricity imports.
SINGAPORE – Singapore will have a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal by the end of this decade, boosting supplies of the fuel to a level where power plants here can generate electricity even if piped gas from neighbouring countries is not available, said Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong.
Households to get financial incentive for reducing electricity use during peak periods from next year
SINGAPORE: Singapore will test out alerting households on when to stop or postpone using their appliances during peak usage periods, in a first-of-its-kind effort to decrease energy consumption here.
The feasibility study will start in November in the Punggol region. A consortium led by Strides will develop a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology, the largest V2G test to be conducted as it involves 15 commercial vans and 10 V2G-enabled electric vehicle chargers.
SINGAPORE – In a first-of-its-kind initiative to get households to help manage the load on the electricity grid, residents in homes equipped with smart meters will be called upon to adjust their electricity usage during peak demand periods.
SINGAPORE, Oct 24 (Reuters) – Singapore’s City Energy said on Tuesday it will conduct a feasibility study with Gentari, Petronas’ renewables unit, on a proposed pipeline to export hydrogen from Malaysia to the city state, with a view to it becoming operational by 2027.
Singapore will centralize natural gas purchases in a bid to improve the stability and security of its power sector. The nation will aggregate demand from generating companies, which will create economies of scale and allow Singapore to negotiate more favorable gas contracting terms and procure fuel from diverse sources, Minister for Trade & Industry Gan Kim […]
SINGAPORE: In a bid to avoid wild swings in electricity prices brought about by energy shortages, the Singapore government will establish an entity to centralise the procurement and supply of gas for the power sector.
ABU DHABI – Singapore and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have committed to ensuring the most ambitious outcomes in the areas of reducing carbon emissions, adapting to climate change, and financially supporting vulnerable nations at the upcoming United Nations climate change summit.
SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 18 October 2023 – Senoko Energy today, announced the launch of SolarShare 2.0 – the first commercially available peer-to-peer grid scale trading platform for solar energy in the country.