Keppel Infrastructure

Keppel Infrastructure (KI) drives the Group's strategy to develop, invest in, own and operate sustainable infrastructure. Keppel Infrastructure possesses end to end expertise in power and renewables, waste & water treatment, and zero emission energy-as-a-service.
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Keppel Infrastructure to acquire 49.4% interest in new JV with MET Group

The company will pay an aggregate amount of $42.6m for the acquisition.

Keppel, NUS, NTU eye development of a floating hybrid renewable energy system 

The parties will study the technological and economic feasibility of its development.

Keppel Infrastructure opens 1st Green Mark Platinum Positive Energy building in Changi

The building is expected to yield about 600,000 kWh/year of renewable energy.

Keppel unit to explore ammonia-fired gas turbine adoption on Jurong Island

The study will be conducted alongside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and DNV.   Keppel New Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Keppel Infrastructure, will explore the use of 100% ammonia as a fuel for a gas turbine or combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) alongside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and global independent energy expert, DNV.    The parties will conduct the high-level Quantitative Risk Assessment on Jurong Island.   Under the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by Keppel New Energy will study the feasibility of ammonia fuelled power plant, whilst MHI will develop an ammonia-fired gas turbine that produces carbon-neutral power.   DNV, for its part, will lend its assurance and risk management expertise to prepare and present a QRA analysis on the project.   Through the MoU, Keppel, MHI, and DNV aim to draw up robust assessment guidelines to ensure the safety and sustainability of ammonia as a clean fuel, while maintaining high efficiency and low NOx emissions for use in a gas turbine system for power generation.

SG kicks off multilateral cross-border trade of renewable energy

The renewable hydropower was imported from Lao PDR via Thailand and Malaysia.

Keppel Infrastructure, NUS partner for smart grid, clean power projects

The partnership also includes educational and training opportunities for students.

Keppel Infrastructure to roll out first sustainable Energy-as-a-Service concept 

The company inked a S$50m contract for its launch at Perennial Business City.

SLNG, Keppel partner to strengthen SG as LNG hub

This is in line with the Singapore Green Plan 2030.

Hyflux to divest 30% stake in desalination plant to Keppel subsidiary

This sale will give Keppel Infrastructure Trust 100% stake in the SingSpring Desalination Plant.