November 16 (Renewables Now) – Singapore-based independent power producer (IPP) Vena Energy has completed the construction and started commercial operation of a 37-MW solar PV park in Japan’s Nagano prefecture, it said.
Singapore’s wholesale electricity prices have surged to a record high and slumped below zero in the span of a month, a level of volatility more nerve-wracking than Bitcoin’s. Power generation companies were paying buyers to take electricity before dawn on Nov. 11, with prices going negative at about -S$5.05 per megawatt-hour, according to data from […]
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.
SINGAPORE – All 527 eligible Housing Board (HDB) blocks in Tanjong Pagar town will be installed with solar photovoltaic systems to harness solar energy by 2025, the town council set out in a 10-year masterplan to be more energy-efficient.
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) has released its first ESG report and taken part in the first carbon credits auction in Singapore.
SINGAPORE: Youth-led climate and environmental groups in Singapore have called on the Government to “boldly accelerate” climate action, saying that while authorities have announced various initiatives, the country’s actions are “not yet where they need to be”.
GLASGOW – Singapore on Thursday (Nov 4) joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, an international coalition of countries, cities, regions and businesses that promotes the transition from coal to clean energy.
Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) plans to invite two proposals for the supply of 4 gigawatts (GW) of low carbon electricity imports into the country by 2035.
SINGAPORE: Parliament passed a Bill on Tuesday (Nov 2) to provide the Energy Market Authority (EMA) with more powers to secure Singapore’s electricity supply, as the country transits to cleaner sources of energy.
DUBAI: Singapore plans to standardize guidelines for renewable energy certificates as part of its efforts to decarbonize its power sector and develop a regional grid, Reuters reported.