Clean Energy

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  1. A view of an oil refinery off the coast of Singapore

    Commentary: Energy security also requires electricity to be affordable

    Recent news and commentary over the past few months on energy security have focused on the diversification of energy resources but there are other ...
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    Commentary: China’s impressive record in climate change fuels questions of global leadership

    China’s moves to adopt clean energy and continued strong backing of the Paris Agreement are laudable but the country still has some way to go, ...
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    Singapore bags 6 clean energy investments, creating 400 professional jobs

  4. World Bank

    World Bank sees improving global economy but risks remain

  5. ong ye kung file

    Policies need to adapt to suit new tech, circumstances: Ong Ye Kung

    "Don’t try to second-guess the policy preferences of the ministers,” the Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) tells civil servants.
  6. Make the Future festival pic 1

    Whole-of-society approach needed for urban energy solutions: DPM Teo

    Mr Teo Chee Hean was speaking at the launch of Shell's Make the Future Singapore festival, which aims to showcase ideas and solutions to address ...
  7. Punggol

    New town square in Punggol for community activities

    Residents in Punggol have a new community space that offers vantage views of Punggol Waterway.
  8. Renewable energy China

    China invests billions in renewable energy in fight against air pollution

    China will invest US$361 billion in renewable power generation between 2016 and 2020, as the world's largest energy market pushes to shift away ...
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    China passes laws to tax polluters; CO2 doesn't make the cut

    The list includes air and water pollutants such as sulphur dioxide and sulfite, taxed at rates beginning at 1.2 yuan (US$0.17) and 1.4 yuan ...
  10. A research laboratory for Singapore's maritime sector

    Singapore's maritime sector given boost with new lab aiming to cut fuel costs

    By 2020, new emission regulations will require shipping firms to be greener in their operations. With the new laboratory, these costs are expected ...