By IEEJ Chairman & CEO Masakazu Toyoda | 8 February 2013
With 2012 behind us, IEEJ Chairman Masakazu Toyoda gives his prediction of what 2013 holds in store for the energy landscape.
By EMA staff | 13 February 2013
A report by Policy Exchange suggests ways in which UK policymakers can help households reduce the size of their energy bills, and push forward in cutting carbon emissions. Are there lessons here for Asia?
Eight local companies were honoured at the annual ASEAN Energy Awards held on 20 September in Brunei.
In a move to test-bed environmentally-friendly energy solutions for public housing, a block of flat in Punggol, Singapore, will serve as a living laboratory to test new ideas and technologies.
At the recent FT Global Energy Leaders Summit in the UK, EMA's Chief Executive Chee Hong Tat spoke at length on Singapore's multi-pronged approach to securing its energy future, from promoting market competition and investing in R&D, to harnessing energy efficiency and facilitating greater international exchange and collaboration.
On 27 June 2011, Singapore announced that it would be committing S$400 million towards spearheading R&D in urban sustainability for the city.