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May 22, 2024

Data center operators in Singapore seek more clarity on green roadmap as digital demands grows

Data center operators in Singapore aiming to become more environmentally friendly are seeking clearer guidance on a roadmap to reduce energy consumption.
May 22, 2024

Singapore’s REDEX to be an exclusive partner to Malaysia’s TNBX to assist mGATS platform

REDEX has been chosen as the exclusive partner to Malaysia’s TNB’s wholly-owned subsidiary TNBX. The partnership aims to develop the mGATS into the leading digital trading platform for Malaysia Renewable Energy Certificates.
May 21, 2024

Singapore's draft power rules indicate increased state control in energy transition

Singapore's Energy Market Authority announced its intention to regulate access sharing for critical infrastructure and review plans when owners of significant power assets intend to repurpose their properties.
May 15, 2024

Malaysia carbon exchange to auction first local nature-based carbon credits in July

The Malaysia Carbon Exchange (BCX) will auction its first batch of locally generated carbon credits on July 25. This event marks the expansion of its product offering to include local carbon credits in addition to global carbon credits.
May 06, 2024

Singapore launches new corporate lab for low-carbon technologies

Singapore has launched a $60 million lab to drive research and development in low-carbon technologies to help achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
May 02, 2024

Equinix inks PPA with Sembcorp in Singapore to power data center

Colocation company Equinix has entered into a solar power purchase agreement (PPA) with Sembcorp in Singapore to supply renewable energy to its data center.
April 25, 2024

Study to explore Singapore’s geothermal potential set to begin later this year

A S$16 million two-year nationwide study to assess Singapore’s geothermal power potential expected to commence in the second half of 2024, according to the Energy Market Authority (EMA).
April 23, 2024

Carbon capture can help reduce Singapore’s emissions, but huge challenges remain

The Singapore government has said that it will boost research and development in carbon capture and storage (CCS). However, to scale up the technology, there are still many obstacles, leading some question whether CCS can be a long-term solution.
April 18, 2024

Transition credits need to be at least $30 to hasten coal phase-out: CIX chief

Mikkel Larsen, CEO of Climate Impact X, suggested that the pricing of transition credits should start at $30 per ton to effectively encourage the early retirement of coal-fired power plants while ensuring fairness in the transition to green energy.
April 17, 2024

Singapore pursues low-carbon methanol development to lead maritime fuel innovation

Singapore, as the world's largest maritime fuel supply center, is actively developing alternative fuels in response to the global net-zero trend. According to State for Sustainability and the Environment, Singapore is confident in supplying 1 million tons

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