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Developing geothermal energy from nothing: Scientists on unearthing a potential energy source in Singapore

SINGAPORE: A stone’s throw away from Singapore’s only hot spring park is an inconspicuous field belying an underground store of energy.

Singapore sees Jurong Lake District as key to 2050 net zero goal: blueprint calls for car-light, low-carbon living with integrated district-level cooling and waste management systems

The increasing prevalence of extreme weather events underscores the unavoidable reality that the climate clock is ticking – and the need to transition to a low-carbon economy is urgent.

MOL joins Singapore’s Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation

Japanese shipowner Mitsui OSK Lines has signed in to the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD).

Shell launches its fastest EV chargers powered by solar energy at 3 locations

SINGAPORE – Shell has rolled out electric vehicle (EV) chargers at three stations that can charge as much as 50 per cent of the battery on a Hyundai Ioniq 5 in around 15 minutes.

Singapore’s Sembcorp first-half profit surges on energy, renewables boost

Singapore’s Sembcorp Industries Ltd said on Friday its first-half profit surged 56.3%, boosted by strong performance in its conventional energy and renewables segments.

Meralco eyes Singapore power plant project

Manila Electric Co. (Meralco)-affiliate PacificLight Power Pte. Ltd. plans to expand its portfolio in Singapore by participating in a tender offer to build a new power plant in that country.

Singapore is building technology it needs for a new climate era

SINGAPORE has gone from a mudflat swamp with fishing villages to an island metropolis boasting one of the world’s highest incomes and population densities in a little more than 150 years. It’s going to have to go through a different kind of transformation in less than 30 years if it’s to meet its newly set […]

Singapore Seeks Bids for New Power Plant in Energy Security Push

Singapore is looking for a company to build a new power plant in its latest push to enhance energy security. The Energy Market Authority is inviting proposals to build, own and operate a gas-fired power plant for operations by 2028, it said in a statement. Participants are expected to also develop hydrogen and low-carbon solutions […]

Australia and Singapore ministers meet to discuss decarbonisation technologies in shipping

Australian Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Catherine King on Friday (21 July) said she met Singapore’s Acting Minister for Transport Chee Hong Tat to discuss how Australia and Singapore’s 2022 Green Economy Agreement can accelerate the uptake and promotion of decarbonisation technologies in shipping.

Singapore’s Keppel, HSBC sign agreement for decarbonisation solutions

Singapore’s Keppel Corporation (KPLM.SI) said on Tuesday it signed an agreement with HSBC (HSBA.L) for pursuing energy transition opportunities aimed at reducing emissions in Greater Bay Area and across Asia.