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Grab, ComfortDelGro buying Hyundai EVs as charging network grows

11/01/2019

Kau Yi Ming, head of GrabRentals Singapore, says Grab drivers who switch from hybrid cars can save 40 per cent in fuel costs, while those switching from petrol cars can save 70 per cent.

YTL PowerSeraya names ex-CEO to succeed retiring chief

11/01/2019

Mr Ng served as CEO of YTL PowerSeraya from 2009-2013. He had steered the growth of the company to maintain its strong success, before taking on a similar role at Singapore LNG.

SP Group launches 38 high-speed electric vehicle charging points

10/01/2019

SP Group's high-speed electric vehicle charging points, consisting of 19 43kilowatt (kw) alternate current chargers and 19 50kw direct current chargers, are able to charge a mid-sized electric car within an hour.

Singtel resells electricity plans through Singtel Power

10/01/2019

Singtel hopes to provide greater value, choice and flexibility to Singapore households with Singtel Power.

Record LNG capacity to get green light in 2019 amid strong demand

04/01/2019

A record amount of liquefied natural gas (LNG) production is expected to get the green light in 2019 amid strong global demand, especially from China, analysts said.

World's biggest ultra-high voltage line powers up across China

03/01/2019

The 1,100-kilovolt direct-current Changji-to-Guquan project stretches 3,293 kilometers (2,046 miles), the nation's biggest electricity distributor said in a statement Wednesday.

Largest floating LNG platform starts production in Australia

27/12/2018

Though the Prelude project started up later and cost more than originally estimated, it is expected to further cement Australia's lead as the world's biggest LNG exporter.

YTL PowerSeraya rolls out integrated brand for business and consumer energy

03/10/2018

YTL PowerSeraya (YTLPS) has launched an integrated brand for its business and consumer energy portfolio known as Geneco

Open Electricity Market Nationwide Launch

21/09/2018

Starting from November, all 1.4 million electricity consumers in Singapore will have the option of choosing their preferred electricity price plans from as many as 12 providers.

Singapore blackout: More than 146,000 customers affected islandwide; EMA investigating

18/09/2018

The blackout affected residents of Boon Lay, Clementi, Jurong, Aljunied, Geylang, Mountbatten, Kembangan, Bedok, East Coast, Ang Mo Kio, Bishan, Thomson, Admiralty, Sembawang and Woodlands, among other estates.