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Singapore's AirCarbon Exchange plans futures trading for offsets - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore's AirCarbon Exchange plans futures trading for offsets

AirCarbon is teaming up with Germany’s main bourse to launch futures trading for carbon offsets as early as this year.
Nanofilm-Temasek JV eyes more hydrogen fuel applications - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Nanofilm-Temasek JV eyes more hydrogen fuel applications

Nanofilm has partnered Temasek in a new hydrogen venture. Find out how it plans to navigate this new business area.

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Optus first Aussie telco to ink sustainability-linked revolving credit facility worth A$1.4 billion

The facility will be used for refinancing its existing credit facilities, as well as other general corporate purposes.

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Fifth desalination plant, Tampines district cooling announced

A summary of announcements made at the Singapore International Water Week 2022 and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore 2022.
OmniFoods CEO David Yeung urges everyone to eat green every Monday - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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OmniFoods CEO David Yeung urges everyone to eat green every Monday

David Yeung reflects on his 10 years with Green Monday and explains why adopting a plant-based way of life is the future.

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Keppel Infrastructure and NUS enter agreement to bolster sustainable environmental tech solutions

The partnership will also provide educational and training opportunities for students in NUS.

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Sunseap signs agreement with Riau Islands to develop large-scale solar energy and storage plants

The plants will supply electricity to both the Riau Islands and Singapore.

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Solar energy companies to build US$5 bil solar gen and storage facility in Riau to export renewable energy to Singapore

The facility itself has the capacity to export up to 4TWh of renewable energy to Singapore.

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3DOM leverages RTO entities to create world’s first carbon-neutral commercial vehicle fleet service

Battery developer 3DOM has announced plans to create the world’s first carbon-neutral commercial fleet service with Geely.
Singapore's nuclear power potential depends on unproven designs - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore's nuclear power potential depends on unproven designs

Last month, a report said next-generation nuclear or geothermal technology could make up 10% of Singapore's energy mix.
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