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First water, now energy as Singapore’s key challenge for the next 50 years: Chan Chun Sing

SINGAPORE: After addressing the issue of meeting Singapore’s water needs for the past 50 years, meeting the country’s energy needs sustainably will be the country’s primary challenge for the next five decades, said Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing.

Singapore utility boosts efficiency with novel turbine tech from Siemens Energy

Singapore-based utility PacificLight Power is set to leverage Siemens Energy’s first Advanced Turbine Efficiency Package (ATEP) at its existing 800MW power plant in Jurong Island.

Floating Energy Storage Systems Take Shape

Floating energy storage systems are being developed for use in areas wanting to increase their use of renewable energy, but with constraints on the land available that could be used for solar and wind farms or land-based energy storage.

Singapore builds floating solar farms in climate fight

Thousands of panels glinting in the sun stretch into the sea off Singapore, part of the land-scarce city-state’s push to build floating solar farms to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

EMA seeks proposals for trial to import electricity from Malaysia

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) – The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is seeking proposals to appoint an importer for a two-year trial to import electricity from Malaysia.

Singapore to ban new diesel car and taxi sales from 2025

Singapore is joining the push for cleaner transport, pledging to ban all new diesel car and taxi sales from 2025, only four years away.

Electricity prices likely to rise as overcapacity normalises

Electricity prices are likely to increase as Singapore’s electricity overcapacity normalises and fuel prices rise, Second Minister for Trade and Industry Tan See Leng said yesterday.

New and existing buildings required to be more energy efficient under revised BCA standards

SINGAPORE: From the end of this year, all new buildings will face higher minimum energy performance requirements, said the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in a media release on Thursday (Mar 4).

S’pore’s electricity grid to be expanded, upgraded to cater for more electric vehicles: Tan See Leng

SINGAPORE — Singapore’s electricity grid will be expanded and upgraded as the Government encourages greater adoption of electric vehicles (EVs), Dr Tan See Leng said on Thursday (March 4).  

ExxonMobil to cut 7% of Singapore workforce, cites ‘unprecedented market conditions’

[BENGALURU] ExxonMobil said on Tuesday it will cut about 7 per cent of its workforce in Singapore, home to its largest refining-petrochemical complex, as “unprecedented market conditions” due to the Covid-19 pandemic accelerate ongoing reorganisation.