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Singapore looks to develop and deploy low-carbon technological solutions following new studies

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The Editor6/23/2021 1:27 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Singapore looks to develop and deploy low-carbon technological solutions following new studies
The studies highlighted pathways for low-carbon hydrogen and CCUS that could be relevant for Singapore and barriers to overcome.
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The Singapore government is following up with the findings from two feasibility studies on low-carbon hydrogen and on carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) technologies respectively.

These technologies will help Singapore’s effort to meet their commitments and ambitions in climate action, as set out in the enhanced 2030 Nationally Determined Contribution and Long-Term Low-Emissions Development Strategy and the Singapore Green Plan 2030.

Both these studies had highlighted the pathways for low-carbon hydrogen and CCUS that could be relevant for Singapore, and the barriers to deployment that would need to be overcome.

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