Singapore Considers Offshore Hybrid Renewable Energy System

Singapore Considers Offshore Hybrid Renewable Energy System

Two universities in Singapore, National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University have together teamed up with Keppel Infrastructure to study the development of an offshore hybrid renewable energy system for continuous power generation. This would...
Verified Carbon Credits for Singapore

Verified Carbon Credits for Singapore

Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) has signed separate memorandums of understanding with two of the world’s biggest international carbon offset standard programs, Gold Standard and Verra. The memorandums support Singapore-based companies in using eligible...
Malaysia Plans to Commit USD 82.7 Billion on Flood Prevention

Malaysia Plans to Commit USD 82.7 Billion on Flood Prevention

Malaysia’s Environment and Water Ministry projected that the country will have to spend MYR 392 billion (USD 82.7 billion) on flood mitigation measures up until 2100. In the shorter term, the country has allocated an off-budget of MYR 15 billion (USD 3.17 billion)...