Showing 1-10 of 893 results

Cross-border EV charging network launched to enhance connectivity for drivers in Singapore and Malaysia

Local gas provider City Energy has teamed up with a Malaysian company to launch a cross-border electric vehicle (EV) charging network, enhancing connectivity for such drivers in Singapore and Malaysia. Called Go, the EV charging service can be accessed through a mobile app, allowing users to locate and operate charging points that fall under this […]

A $5bn plan may bring Indonesia’s solar to Singapore

Renewable energy developer Quantum Power Asia agreed to advance a potential $5 billion plan to export electricity generated from solar in Indonesia to Singapore as the city-state attempts to accelerate its use of renewables and cut its reliance on imported liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Singapore officially opens fifth desalination plant which is 5% more energy efficient

Singapore on Sunday (Apr 17) officially opened the country’s fifth desalination plant, which is about 5 per cent more energy efficient than conventional desalination plants. Due to its co-location with an existing power plant, the Jurong Island Desalination Plant can save about 5,000 megawatt hours per year, equivalent to the annual power needs of nearly […]

Singapore yard Keppel terminates contracts, keeps rigs

Singapore yard Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) is terminating jack-up rig construction contracts signed with an affiliate of Clearwater Capital Partners, and Fecon International, in October 2013 and February 2014, respectively. Significantly, the yard will keep the drilling units and is exploring the sale and charter of the rigs.

Why Singapore needs to import electricity and other energy questions answered

Most of us don’t think about how and where our electricity comes from when we flick a switch in our home. Behind the scenes, however, Singapore is making major moves to use greener power sources as it transforms the energy sector.

Malaysia’s Hibiscus Explores Singapore SPAC Listing

Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd. is considering listing a special purpose acquisition company in Singapore that could raise as much as S$200 million ($147 million), according to people familiar with the matter.

Singapore delegation discusses future direction of renewable energy-sharing

A discussion has been held between Sarawak and Singapore on the future direction of renewable energy-sharing in the region. The discussion took place during a courtesy call by Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) on Premier of Sarawak Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg at his office […]

MOL’s 12,000 cbm LNG bunker vessel launched in Singapore

Brassavola, the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker vessel chartered by energy solutions provider Pavilion Energy to supply LNG bunkers in the Port of Singapore, has been launched.

Electric car registrations continue to grow in Q1; issue of hogging of chargers being tackled

New electric vehicle (EV) registrations continue to grow in the first quarter of the year and are now at 8.1 per cent of all new car registrations. This is more than double of last year’s annual figure, which was an increase of almost 20-fold compared with 2020.

Facing a bigger energy bill? Some tips on how to save electricity and money

With rising energy costs due to high global oil and gas prices, your electricity bill could increase for some months yet. SP Group announced last week that the electricity tariff for households will increase by an average of 9.8 per cent for the April to June period – the fifth consecutive quarter of increase.