By EMA staff | 12 November 2012
From urban mix-use projects in the region to sustainable power generation, the Group President & CEO of Sembcorp talks about the energy outlook for Asia.
| ||By Muhammed Suhaimi, EMA | 26 October 2012|
In its keynote, the Energy Market Company outlines the series of transformative changes that Singapore's electricity market has undergone over the years.
| ||Henry Wong, EMA | 29 October 2012|
What will it take to develop a vibrant electricity futures market? Find out what SGX speaker Julie Wong has to share.
| ||By Lan Yi Wen, EMA | 26 October 2012|
While the various ASEAN power sectors have their own unique challenges, interconnectivity remains vital and can be achieved through market mechanisms without physical constructions.
| ||By Yeo Yong Kiat, EMA | 26 October 2012|
The call to do more for less, under the charge of energy efficiency, requires a collective effort in order to develop effective solutions for a sustainable energy future.
| ||By Darryl Chan, EMA | 23 October 2012|
Liquefied Natural Gas is expected to play a vital role in Singapore's economy when its new LNG terminal comes onstream next year, meeting 30 percent of Singapore's gas demand and providing the catalyst for developing the country into a vibrant regional LNG trading hub.
|By EMA staff, with additional reporting by Eden Hong | 24 October 2012|
At the first-ever In Dialogue with Youth at SIEW, Minister S Iswaran responded to a question on whether Singapore would offer a degree in clean tech.
| ||By Rebecca Gu, Intern, EMA | 25 October 2012|
At the foundation of energy security and climate change mitigation lies a core issue--cost.
| ||By EMA staff, additional reporting by Andrew Seah | 24 October 2012|
Minister S Iswaran announced a fourth storage tank for the upcoming Singapore LNG terminal in his keynote at the inaugural Gas Asia Summit under SIEW 2012.
24 October 2012
Minister S Iswaran delivers the opening keynote at the inaugural Gas Asia Summit on 24 October 2012 as part of the Singapore International Energy Week.
24 October 2012
Minister S Iswaran hosted a lively and engaging conversation with youths from various institutions in Singapore. He tackled intriguing questions on Singapore's energy policies, strategies as well as its future outlook. These are his closing remarks of the inaugural "In Dialogue with Youth."
| ||By Chua Shen Hwee, EMA | 23 October 2012|
EnerNOC Principal Michael Zammit highlights the benefits of demand response and shares successful examples from Australia and New Zealand.
By EMA staff | 22 October 2012
S Iswaran, Minister, Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade & Industry, opened the Singapore Energy Summit today. He made three key announcements and highlighted Singapore's commitment to energy diversification.
22 October 2012
S Iswaran, Minister in Prime Minister's Office & Second Minister for Home Affairs & Trade & Industry, delivered the opening address at the Singapore Energy Summit, acknowledging the urgencies faced by countries in charting a course of energy security through an uncertain global energy landscape.
22 October 2012
Maria van der Hoeven
, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), opens the SIEW Week with perspectives on how long-held assumptions about the world's future energy mix are being challenged.
By Dr Tilak K. Doshi, Energy Studies Institute | 21 September 2012
Singapore's, and in fact, Asia's energy supply landscape could be fundamentally changed by the "unconventional" natural gas boom in North America of recent years, potentially seeing a major shift not only in sourcing, but also--and critically--in pricing.
By EMA staff | 2 October 2012
YTL PowerSeraya's CEO shares with us the implications of Singapore's future energy security and how power generation firms can contribute to shaping a more sustainable future globally.
By Neil McGregor, SLNG Corp | 3 July 2012
The opening of the Singapore's first liquefied natural gas terminal early next year will mark a very special milestone that will enhance the nation's energy security and provide an added dimension to its logistics and port infrastructure.
An extract from EMA's Asia Energy Book 2012 | 13 August 2012
In this interview, Singapore's Minister in the Prime Minister's Office and Second Minister for Home Affairs and Trade & Industry talks about the need for Southeast Asia to secure its energy future amidst rapid progress.
By Chee Hong Tat, Chief Executive, EMA | 27 July 2012
Singapore follows in the footsteps of countries like Denmark and Japan, as the city-state enacts an Energy Conservation Act to ready come April 2013.
By Energy Market Authority | 3 July 2012
Singapore's efforts to diversify its energy sources to meet domestic needs have turned it into a substantial player in the regional LNG arena. Couple this with the shale gas development in the US and growing demand from Asia, and the outlook is rosy.
By Energy Market Authority | 24 May 2012
United Nations Under-Secretary-General Noeleen Hezyer visited Singapore in April, when she urged regional governments to rethink their energy mix and to invest in energy efficiency to ensure a sustainable future. These are issues important to Singapore. Its views on the challenges and solutions for sustainable development are shared here.
By Nicholas Fang and Aaron Choo, SIIA | Republished 16 March 2012
As the ASEAN region moves towards nuclear energy, there is a need for Singapore to have a vested interest in ensuring the highest possible standards of safety, security and accountability, as well as its implications for the city-state.
By Nicholas Fang and Henrick Tsjeng, Singapore Institute of International Affairs | Republished 27 February 2012
Singapore's new Budget plan to promote diesel vehicles may lead to massive surge in other pollutants. Are we looking at a hazardous tradeoff?
By Paul P.S. Teng, RSIS | Republished 17 February 2012
Rio de Janeiro will host the third Earth Summit, or "Rio+20", in June this year--20 years after the first Earth Summit in 1992. At Rio+20, all governments will be asked to rededicate themselves to the goal of a "green economy". How will ASEAN respond to this significant event and its challenges?
By Edward Cho, EMA staff | 3 November 2011
The city-state could become an Asia-Pacific carbon hub as it is a preferred base for carbon activities, with good strategic connectivity to carbon markets and access to excellent financial services, trading, trusted professional services and strong technologies.
By Chua Shen Hwee, EMA staff | 4 November 2011
Get insights on how current LNG developments are evolving to create a dynamic environment for a trading hub to develop in Singapore.
Samir M Nazir, Research Associate, Energy Studies Institute at the National University of Singapore | 24 October 2011
Samir M Nazir from the Energy Studies Institute discusses the potential of EVs over conventional vehicles in Singapore
By Shu Sun, Bloomberg New Energy Finance | 4 October 2011
BNEF's Shu Sun discusses how geologically-stable underground formations, like the Jurong Rock Caverns, can be used for compressed air energy storage.
By Rachel Wong, Energy Studies Institute Energy Analyst | 14 September 2011
Rachel Wong from the Energy Studies Institute discusses the adoption of solar leasing programmes in Singapore.
By Eugene Toh and and Vivienne Low | 29 August 2011
A look at how behavioural economics can provide useful ideas for energy regulators in promoting competition in the electricity retail market.
By Chua Wen Hao, Energy Analyst, Energy Studies Institute | 10 August 2011
While Singapore's Energy Conservation Act for large industrial energy users kicks in from 2013, SMEs can and should be part of a holistic energy policy.
By Melissa Low, Energy Analyst at the Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore | 17 June 2011
The latest special report by the International Energy Agency (IEA), titled "Are We Entering a Golden Age of Gas?", comes just as climate talks resumed in Bonn on 6 June in preparation for the Conference of Parties (COP) 17th Session in Durban later this year.
By Shawn Lesser | 27 May 2011
Due to its relatively small size, the limited number of resources it has, as well as its increasingly urbanised atmosphere, Singapore has had little choice in moving towards renewable energy and energy-efficient technologies.
By Energy Market Authority | 11 April 2011
The energy industry in Singapore has transformed significantly over the past decade.
By Anne McIvor, Cleantech Magazine | February 2011
A look back at the key takeaways of the Singapore International Energy Week 2010.
By Dr Dennis Gross, Cleantech Magazine | May / June 2010
Singapore has, from the outset, focused on the sustainable use of limited resources available. It has become a showcase in terms of eco innovation and is becoming established as an innovation hub for clean technologies.
By Dr Dennis Gross, Cleantech Magazine | July / August 2010
The Singapore Energy Market Authority's "Intelligent Energy System" pilot is creating a "living laboratory" for smart grid systems.