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527 HDB blocks in Tanjong Pagar to have solar panels to harness green energy by 2025

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.

STT GDC releases first ESG report, buys carbon credits in Singapore

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 youths call on country’s leaders to ‘boldly accelerate’ climate action

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”.

Singapore pledges to phase out unabated coal in electricity mix by 2050

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 to seek proposals for 4GW of low-carbon electricity imports by 2035

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.

Parliament passes Bill to safeguard Singapore’s energy security and reliability in the long term

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.

Singapore simplifies energy guidelines as regional grid development moves ahead

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.

Tan See Leng warns of electricity price hike in 2022 amid ‘unprecedented storm’ in energy market

SINGAPORE — While most consumers in Singapore will not see an immediate increase in electricity prices, they may see a hike next year as energy prices increase globally, said Second Minister for Trade and Industry Tan See Leng in Parliament on Monday (1 November).

Sunseap gets $85.8m green loan from DBS and UOB for largest clean energy project in Singapore

SINGAPORE – Clean energy solutions provider Sunseap Group has obtained $85.8 million in green financing for its project to install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems across more than 1,200 Housing Board blocks and 49 government sites.

Singapore to strengthen regional collaboration in clean electricity and hydrogen trading: Tan See Leng

SINGAPORE – To support Singapore’s transition to renewable energy sources while ensuring energy security and reliability, the nation will be strengthening its regional and international collaboration in clean electricity and hydrogen trading.