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Establishment of a 100% ammonia direct combustion power plant on Jurong Island eyed

Jurong Port, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific (MHI-AP), and JERA Asia have signed an agreement to jointly explore the establishment of a 100% ammonia direct combustion power plant on Jurong Island.

Marine biofuel successfully supplied to bulk carrier in Singapore

GoodFuels has successfully supplied sustainable marine biofuel to NYK’s bulk carrier MV Frontier Explorer. MV Frontier Explorer was refuelled with biofuel in a blend with VLSFO during its port call to Singapore on 5 July, en route from Australia to India.

NDR 2022: Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 project redesigned to be pandemic-ready, more energy-efficient

Changi Airport’s Terminal 5 (T5) project has been redesigned to be pandemic-ready and more energy-efficient, said Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday (Aug 21). Speaking during the National Day Rally, Mr Lee said the terminal will be able to operate more safely and flexibly during a pandemic. This includes being able to scale operations […]

OCBC-NUS study to look into what would make Singaporeans buy electric vehicles

CBC Bank and the National University of Singapore (NUS) will jointly conduct a new study later this year to look into what would make Singaporeans switch from conventional petrol or diesel vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs).

Using Sea Salt to Produce Electricity

Imagine being able to use commonplace objects like sea salt and a piece of cloth to capture moisture in the air to generate electricity or even power everyday gadgets with a non-toxic battery that is as thin as paper. A novel moisture-driven electricity generation (MEG) device has been created by a team of scientists from […]

Waste biofuels to be ‘key driver’ in energy transition

Waste-based biofuels could be a key driver of the energy transition transforming today’s limited supply of low carbon transportation fuels and creating a local, circular economy, according to a new Wood Mackenzie report

NUS researchers invent self-charging, ultra-thin device that generates electricity from air moisture

Using sea salt as an eco-friendly moisture absorbent, this rechargeable fabric-like ‘battery’ provides higher electrical output than a conventional AA battery – potentially powering everyday electronics.

Prices of electricity retail plans now almost on par with SP tariff

Rising prices of electricity retail plans have narrowed what was once a double-digit difference with SP Group’s regulated tariff to less than 1 cent per kilowatt hour (kWh), as the global energy market continues to face uncertainties.

Mega Project: Solar Power Plant to Connect Australia and Singapore

Australia and Singapore are working on one of the largest and most ambitious photovoltaic projects. An outstanding solar park is being built in the northern region of Australia, 800 kilometers south of Darwin, where the Earth is flat and the Sun’s rays are higher than in some other regions of the world.

Singapore Joins Green-Bond Bonanza With $1.7 Billion Sale

Singapore is raising S$2.4 billion ($1.7 billion) via its first green bond, choosing a 50-year tenor as it joins countries from South Korea to Egypt looking to fund the battle against climate change. The debt maturing in 2072 priced with a yield of 3.04%, according to the Monetary Authority of Singapore. That’s an 11 basis-point tightening compared with the […]