Keppel Infrastructure Holdings and the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore (NTU Singapore) have entered into a collaboration to boost the development of zero-emissions, decarbonisation and circular economy solutions on Oct 26.

The memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed by Keppel Infrastructure’s innovation and technology arm, Keppel Energy Transition Centre (KETC) and the university.

The objectives of the partnership are said to be in line with Singapore’s Green Plan, which aims to promote a green economy and increase energy efficiency to lower carbon footprint among other things.

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