City Energy and Senoko Energy sign MoU

City Energy and Senoko Energy have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly study the technical and commercial feasibility of importing and supplying hydrogen between the two companies’ facilities in northern Singapore.

City Energy and Senoko Energy will also explore other hydrogen-related opportunities, including green hydrogen, to meet the future demand for hydrogen power in Singapore, say the two companies in a June 6 press release.

This follows City Energy’s April MoU on hydrogen feasibility studies with Gentari, the renewable energy arm of Petronas Malaysia, where both companies announced to jointly conduct feasibility studies of a hydrogen supply chain from Malaysia to Singapore.

In addition, City Energy is collaborating with institutes of higher learning to explore alternative sources of hydrogen to support Singapore’s transition towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Last year, it joined leading industry partners to support Nanyang Technological University in its efforts to develop technologies for the extraction of hydrogen from liquid organic hydrogen carriers.

In 2020, Senoko Energy significantly stepped up its sustainability efforts with the launch of SolarShare, a pilot project to introduce peer-to-peer (P2P) trading of renewable energy.

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