IEA to establish regional cooperation centre in Singapore

The centre will start operations in the second half of 2024.

IEA to establish regional cooperation centre in Singapore

The centre will start operations in the second half of 2024.

EMA awards 600 MW hydrogen-ready CCGT development to YTL PowerSeraya

The new unit is expected to be commissioned by end-2027.

Keppel inks multi-year PPA with GlobalFoundries

The PPA is seen to commence on 1 May 2024.

Singapore faces cost, investment hurdles in hydrogen push

Significant technological development will enable Singapore to generate 50% of its power from low-carbon hydrogen by 2050.

World needs to triple RE capacity and double energy efficiency

The IRENA said energy transition would require up to $44t investments to ramp up renewables by 2030.

Sembcorp bags tender for largest solar power project in Singapore

The project will increase the solar capacity of Jurong Island to 142.2MWp from 25.2MWp.

Sembcorp acquires 200 MW wind assets in China

The Group’s renewables portfolio is at 12.6 GW.

Tuas Power diversifies business for Singapore’s energy transition

The country’s sole operator of a coal/biomass cogeneration plant will rely on the use of more biomass and renewable energy imports for decarbonisation.

Sembcorp to buy 428 MW wind projects in China, India

This will raise its renewables capacity to 12.6 gigawatts upon completion.

How AG&P built the Philippine’s first LNG import facility

Its innovative solutions earned them two wins at the Asian Oil & Gas Awards.

EMA sets new emissions standards fossil fuel generation

Singapore's energy authority introduced new two-tier emission standards.

Singapore to launch largest vehicle-to-grid test

The feasibility study will start in November in the Punggol region.

EMA to modify energy grid with two major digital projects

Singapore will improve its energy infrastructure with its first Grid Digital Twin.

Three key areas to prioritise to enhance energy systems

The highly complex energy transition carries significant uncertainties.

SLNG to develop and operate a second LNG terminal in Singapore

The terminal will have a gas supply capacity of up to 5 million tonnes per annum.

City Energy, Gentari to explore Malaysia-Singapore hydrogen pipeline

The parties will conduct the feasibility study over 12 months.

Singapore to launch programme to reduce power consumption in households

The Residential Demand Response will be piloted by the second half of 2024.