Energy Market Authority

The Energy Market Authority a statutory board under the Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry which aims to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in the country.

EMA, SP Group to test ice thermal energy storage system

This will address the supply intermittency of solar power.

EMA, SP Group to test ice thermal energy storage system

This will address the supply intermittency of solar power.

Two local startups receive grants to develop sustainable energy solutions

These are for underwater infrastructure inspection and low-carbon hydrogen production.

EMA, SIT launch 2nd grant call for new energy tech proposals

The submission deadline is on 15 October at 12 pm.

EMA, JTC award 3 projects to test-bed clean energy tech on Jurong Island

The projects under the $6m grant which opened for proposals last year.

Singapore’s first energy storage system deployed at Pasir Panjang Terminal

It has a 2MW/2MWh capacity and is set to operate in Q3 2022.

EMA opens for second wave of proposals for electricity imports

Bids for electricity supplied by coal-fired generation technologies will be rejected.

Brighter days ahead: Pulau Ubin microgrid to be upgraded

It will feature a testbed which can meet 90% of the main village’s daily electricity demand.

Sembcorp to build 200MW battery storage on Jurong Island

The project completion is expected by the end of the year.

EMA wants to explore Singapore’s geothermal energy potential

It has issued a Request for Information to facilitate the investigation project.

Measures to safeguard SG energy security extended until 30 June: EMA

This is on the back of the global energy crunch and Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Power sector’s 2050 net-zero target is ‘realistic’: experts

Transformational changes will be needed in the country’s energy value chain.

LEGAL BRIEFING: Will the energy bill dim out competition in SG’s electricity generation market?

Under the bill, the Singapore regulator will be allowed to be a market player.

SG introduces temporary electricity contracting scheme

The scheme is one of the measures to enhance Singapore's energy security.

EMA sends out first request for proposal for electricity imports

The deadline for submission of proposals is on 1 April 2022.

EMA to explore geothermal energy potential

Geothermal energy can potentially help diversify Singapore's energy sources.

Pioneer's offshore solar import project to power SG consumers

This will supply RE exclusively to Singapore through solar panels at Bulan Island, Indonesia.