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Singapore’s clean energy provider VFlowTech signs South Korea deal to power renewable grids for EV charging stations

[SINGAPORE] Energy storage solutions provider VFlowTech has announced that it will be part of a tripartite project with Seoul National University of Science & Technology (SeoulTech) and Korean-based CompanyWE Inc to install self-reliant green EV charging infrastructure at existing gas stations in South Korea. The announcement makes VFlowTech the first renewable energy battery provider to […]

Shell halves Singapore refining capacity, to change chemical feedstock

SINGAPORE, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) has halved its crude processing capacity at its Singapore hub and reduced fuel exports, executives said on Tuesday, as the major transits from fossil fuels to cut emissions and meet global low-carbon energy needs.

Singapore sets ‘aspirational targets’ for energy and chemicals sector, part of move to transform Jurong Island

SINGAPORE: Singapore has set “aspirational targets” for its energy & chemicals (E&C) sector to increase its output of sustainable products by four times from 2019 levels and achieve more than six million tonnes of carbon abatement per year from low-carbon solutions by 2050, said the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) in a report released on […]

Singapore-based firm to build $13.7b wind farm off Ireland for green hydrogen facility

LONDON (BLOOMBERG) – A Singapore-based offshore wind developer has signed an agreement to build a huge US$10 billion (S$13.7 billion) wind farm off the coast of Ireland to power a green hydrogen facility.

LEGAL BRIEFING: Will the energy bill dim out competition in SG’s electricity generation market?

The Energy (Resilience Measures and Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill—particularly section 3(i) that allows the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to be a market player in the electricity generation market—has sparked concerns amongst stakeholders.

NTU Singapore, Brickland Grassroots Organisations and Sunseap Group collaborate to bring sustainability initiatives to residents of Brickland

Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore), Brickland Grassroots Organisations (GROs) and Singapore-based solar energy system developer Sunseap Group are collaborating to cocreate and empower new sustainability initiatives for residents of Brickland in Singapore.

From 1.2% to zero: What will it take to phase out coal from Singapore’s energy mix?

SINGAPORE: Even though coal makes up just over 1 per cent of Singapore’s energy needs, phasing out the use of the fossil fuel may not be such a straightforward affair for Singapore, experts say.

Singapore to phase out unabated coal power by 2050

Singapore will phase out the use of unabated coal power by 2050 and end direct government finance of this kind of power internationally, its government has announced. Unabated refers to coal power generation without the use of any technologies to reduce CO2 emissions, such as operational carbon capture and storage or utilisation.

Pilot project to use hawker centre food waste to generate electricity, produce fertiliser

SINGAPORE: Food waste at East Coast Lagoon Food Village will be used to generate electricity and produce fertiliser as part of a pilot project, the National Environment Agency (NEA), National University of Singapore (NUS) and National Parks Board (NParks) said in a joint news release on Wednesday (Nov 17).

Singapore is on a timer to decarbonise power sector

ENERGY flows where attention goes – sums up Singapore’s efforts to green its power sector as it shifts away from fossil fuels to other more sustainable forms of renewable energy on the long road to zero carbon.