Singapore Aims for Low-Carbon Hydrogen Towards Net-Zero by 2050

In a bid to march towards its net-zero goal, Singapore has set its sights on pursuing low-carbon hydrogen as part of its decarbonisation efforts. The Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, Lawrence Wong, who is also its Finance Minister, has disclosed that the country will accelerate its climate goal to accomplish net-zero by 2050 as part […]

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TES, Strides Mobility Sign Agreement on EV Batteries, Charging Infrastructure

TES, a global leader in sustainable technology services, has signed an MoU with Singapore-based transportation company, Strides Mobility to collaborate on lithium-ion battery recycling and electric vehicle charging infrastructure expansion in Singapore. Under the agreement, TES and Strides Mobility will work on EV battery recycling and charging as well as energy storage initiatives. The deal […]

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Singapore Calls Neighbours For Low-Carbon Power, Gets 20 Proposals

Singapore recently called its neighbours to bring in around 30% of its electricity demand by 2035, receiving 20 proposals from overseas. Currently generating 95% of its electricity from natural gas, Singapore wants to decarbonize its power mix but finds itself handicapped by tiny land area. Left with few options but to look offshore, Singapore approached […]

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EDP Renewables to Invest $7.4 B by 2030 for RE hub in Singapore

EDP Renewables (EDPR), the world’s fourth-largest renewable energy producer, said on Thursday it plans to invest up to S$10 billion ($7.40 billion) by 2030 to establish a clean energy hub in Singapore for the Asia Pacific region. EDPR, which is 75% owned by Portugal’s biggest utility Energias de Portugal, closed a S$1 billion deal to […]

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Maxeon Solar raises the bar with warranty of 40 Years On IBC Panels

Headquartered in Singapore, Maxeon Solar Technologies has announced the launch of “the solar industry’s longest and most comprehensive combined warranty” on its Maxeon Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) product line, which is sold in most countries outside the US and Canada under the SunPower Maxeon brand. Effective for systems installed on or after January 1, 2022, […]

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Projects to Create Green Grid, CCS Hubs Across ASEAN, Australia

National authorities and companies across Southeast Asia and Australia are seeking ways to pool renewable energy resources and form a green power grid in the region, according to media reports. Below are some of the projects engaged in developing this green grid that have been announced: ASEAN Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations […]

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Singapore Plans Electricity Imports to Boost Security, Diversify Supply

Singapore plans to import up to 4 gigawatts (GW) of low-carbon electricity by 2035, or about 30% of its total supply, trade and industry Minister Gan Kim Yong said on Monday, to diversify supply and boost energy security. The Asian city-state will start with trials to resolve technical and regulatory issues over cross-border power trading, […]

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Tokyo-based Eneos to Buy Japan Renewable Energy for $1.8 B

Tokyo-based Eneos Holdings, Japan’s biggest refiner, said on Monday it would buy Japan Renewable Energy (JRE) for about 200 billion yen ($1.8 billion) to expand its low-carbon business, joining a list of major global companies moving away from climate-changing fossil fuels. Eneos, which aims to have net-zero emissions by 2040, will buy JRE from Goldman […]

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Port Anthony, CAC-H2 to Develop Cheap Carbon-negative Green H2

Australia-based Port Anthony Renewables will work with CAC-H2 to develop a waste woody biomass gasification system to produce green ammonia in Victoria. This plant will be capable of producing 3 tonnes of hydrogen per day, with the potential to increase output. Port Anthony has formed a joint venture with Singaporean gasification technology integrator CAC-H2 to establish […]

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