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Get insights on how current LNG developments are evolving to create a dynamic environment for a trading hub to develop in Singapore.

LNG trading and the potential for an Asian hub

Get insights on how current LNG developments are evolving to create a dynamic environment for a trading hub to develop in Singapore.

By Chua Shen Hwee, EMA staff 04 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...

Singapore's prospects as a regional carbon hub

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...

By Edward Cho, EMA staff 03 November 2011
Waste, which has mostly been costly pollution, is now being perceived as a source of energy, thanks to changing mindsets and depleting reserves of oil and gas in meeting the growing energy needs...

Waste-to-energy projects on the rise

Waste, which has mostly been costly pollution, is now being perceived as a source of energy, thanks to changing mindsets and depleting reserves of oil and gas in meeting the growing energy needs...

By Lim Feng Ling, EMA staff 02 November 2011
A look at recent financing and investment trends for renewable energy projects in Asia, with a special focus on three Southeast Asia countries--Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.

Financing and investment trends for renewable energy projects in Asia

A look at recent financing and investment trends for renewable energy projects in Asia, with a special focus on three Southeast Asia countries--Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.

By Chia Kang Yang, EMA staff 02 November 2011
With adoption of smart grid projects becoming more widespread, the call is out for greater exchange of knowledge and expertise on a global platform.

Building more efficient, dynamic smart grids to the energy future

With adoption of smart grid projects becoming more widespread, the call is out for greater exchange of knowledge and expertise on a global platform.

By Vivienne Low, EMA staff 02 November 2011
The New Zealand electricity market shares many similarities with Singapore's market, with one key difference.

Lessons from New Zealand's electricity market

The New Zealand electricity market shares many similarities with Singapore's market, with one key difference.

By Chua Shen Hwee, EMA staff 01 November 2011
Behavioural economics is becoming increasingly popular to explain why people make seemingly irrational decisions, such as buying energy-inefficient light bulbs. Should it be used to help...

Behaviour, economics and energy: Lessons for Asia?

Behavioural economics is becoming increasingly popular to explain why people make seemingly irrational decisions, such as buying energy-inefficient light bulbs. Should it be used to help...

By Belinda Salim and Catrina Yeo, Energy Studies Institute 01 November 2011
While it's all good that solar energy is heading towards grid parity, the industry sometimes forgets the added dimension of reducing the cost of financing for solar projects in order to drive...

Financing for solar projects in Asia Pacific

While it's all good that solar energy is heading towards grid parity, the industry sometimes forgets the added dimension of reducing the cost of financing for solar projects in order to drive...

By Yeo Yong Kiat, EMA staff 01 November 2011
The relationship between energy security and access to rare earths has become increasingly intertwined over the past few decades due to the move towards cleaner technologies, say roundtable...

Rare earths to secure our energy future

The relationship between energy security and access to rare earths has become increasingly intertwined over the past few decades due to the move towards cleaner technologies, say roundtable...

By Augustin Boey, Melissa Low and Samir Nazir, Energy Studies Institute 01 November 2011
Singapore Energy Lecture 2011's keynote speaker, Mr Nobuo Tanaka, talks about the role of Asia and the need for collective action within the region.

Nobuo Tanaka shares "21st century energy security" vision

Singapore Energy Lecture 2011's keynote speaker, Mr Nobuo Tanaka, talks about the role of Asia and the need for collective action within the region.

By Augustin Boey, Melissa Low and Catrina Yeo, Energy Analysts, Energy Studies Institute 31 October 2011
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