Singapore is embarking on a groundbreaking journey to generate 50% of its power from low-carbon hydrogen by 2050. Faced with land scarcity for conventional renewables, the Lion City is placing its bets on hydrogen—a move underpinned by the National Hydrogen Strategy.
City Energy, the exclusive supplier of piped town gas in Singapore, has joined forces with Malaysia’s Gentari, a clean energy solutions provider under Petronas, to embark on a monumental joint feasibility study. Their shared vision: to construct a hydrogen pipeline stretching from the heart of Malaysia to the bustling streets of Singapore.
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Keppel, together with Mitsubishi Power Asia Pacific and Jurong Engineering consortium, has started the construction of the Keppel Sakra Cogen Plant (KSC Plant), Singapore’s first hydrogen-ready cogeneration plant.
India is actively engaging in discussions to supply more than 11 metric tons of green hydrogen annually to Singapore and the European Union (EU), signaling its commitment to become a major green hydrogen exporter. In return, the two countries are expected to invest in India’s green energy projects.
City Energy and Senoko Energy, two prominent energy companies in Singapore, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly investigate the technical and commercial viability of importing and supplying hydrogen between their facilities in northern Singapore.
Singapore’s data centres are adopting hydrogen power to align with the nation’s net-zero carbon emissions goals by 2050.
Linde has secured a long-term arrangement to deliver green hydrogen to Evonik, a leading specialty chemicals manufacturer.
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The central bank of Singapore has also committed S$100 million over the following five years for programs to develop sustainable finance capabilities in hydrogen transition.