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Transition to cleaner energy will involve ‘trade-offs’, EMA to reduce cost impact where feasible: Chief executive

SINGAPORE: Trade-offs are inevitable as Singapore transitions to cleaner energy, but the Energy Market Authority (EMA) will seek to manage this and minimise the impact of costs where feasible, its chief executive Ngiam Shih Chun told CNA.

Trek 2000 announces US$3 mil investment in local renewable energy solutions company

SINGAPORE (Jan 14): Trek 2000 International is acquiring a 7.5% stake in energy solutions company Terrenus Energy for US$3 million ($4.06 million). Singapore-incorporated Terrenus offers solar energy systems using solar panels, and has operations in Singapore, Australia and China. With its latest investment, Trek says it plans to collaborate with Terrenus on smart renewable power […]

Trial to import electricity from Malaysia a ‘useful first step’ as Singapore prepares to connect with regional grid: Experts

SINGAPORE: A trial which will see Singapore import electricity from Peninsular Malaysia will be a “useful first step” in preparation for further moves to connect to the regional power grid, said experts.

Trina Solar targets residential market in Philippines

SINGAPORE-BASED Trina Solar Energy Development Pte. Ltd. is targeting to install 5-6 megawatts (MW) of solar rooftop energy systems in Filipino homes each year as it sets its sights on the local residential market, its local manager said. “We have quiet a bit of aggressive target in the Philippines… Usually we are given the task […]

Trina’s Vertex Modules Powering 60MW Floating Solar System in Singapore

Chinese solar panel manufacturer Trina Solar has today announced that it’s 12,556 Trina Solar 210 Vertex dual-glass modules are powering a 60 MW floating solar PV system on Singapore’s Tengeh Reservoir. The project has recently been connected to the grid and is fully commercially operational now.

Tuas integrated waste treatment facility will be financed via green bonds

SINGAPORE – An upcoming integrated waste treatment facility in Tuas will be the first infrastructure project by a statutory board here that will be financed through green bonds, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment Grace Fu said on Tuesday (Aug 17).

Tuas Power joins growing list of companies planning renewable energy imports

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) – Tuas Power has joined a growing list of companies planning renewable energy imports as Singapore looks to diversify its electricity supply and cut emissions.

Two Singaporean students picked as finalists for annual Google Science Fair in the United States

SINGAPORE — Two Singaporean students have made it to the global finals of the Google Science Fair for their project which seeks to find a possible source of renewable energy from food waste — such as sugarcane pulp sourced at hawker centres here. Chosen from a shortlist of 100 regional entries, Emma Tan and Jenevieve […]

UAE and Singapore expand energy sector collaboration

Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE), Eng. Awaidha Murshed Al Marar, completed a successful visit to Singapore by participating at Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW), held between Oct.29 and Nov.1, 2019. The visit rounded off a fruitful week of engagements for the DoE delegation, in which Al Marar and Singapore Officials reaffirmed […]

Union Power to close 850 customer accounts as peers exit S’pore market

SINGAPORE – Independent electricity retailer Union Power will be scaling down its operations by closing some retail accounts, but it will not exit Singapore’s open electricity market.