Utilities

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.
24 days ago

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.
24 days ago

Hyflux packs up, to hold virtual townhall on winding up

This may be one of the last times the troubled water treatment firm could meet with securities holders before shutting down.
1 month ago

Union Gas secures SGX in-principle approval for mainboard transfer

The company has been listed in the Catalist board of SGX since 2017.
1 month ago

Climate-friendly heating: can we keep warm without scorching the planet?

It’s said that ‘home is where the heart is. It’s certainly where we are spending the majority of our time – living, working, learning and playing while the pandemic continues. In this new normal, home electricity consumption is set to double by 2050. Simultaneously, we are faced with a moral and economic imperative to reduce CO2 emissions from houses as climate change devastates communities across the world. Net-zero homes is our goal, and it’s one we can’t reach fast enough. 

How digital transformation drives sustainability: The fast lane on the road to industrial carbon neutrality

Global warming risks are difficult to address because they are long-term in nature but require short-term action to reduce their impact. As a result, governments across the globe are now imposing targets on manufacturing industries that will force a transition to a low-carbon economy. Industrial organizations, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, are responsible for at least 21% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, they are under pressure from both consumers and governments to rapidly achieve emissions reduction targets. As a result, many companies are looking to digital transformation as a possible approach for achieving those goals.

Net profit of petrochemical specialist Sinostar surges to $15.36m in Q1 2021

The company has bounced back after a net profit loss in the same period last year.
2 months ago

Sen Yue Holdings temporarily shuts down Malaysian subsidiaries due to COVID-19

A number of employees tested positive for COVID-19.
4 months ago

Keppel Infrastructure, PUB open Singapore's fourth desalination plant

KMEDP can produce 137,000 cubic metres of fresh drinking water daily.
5 months ago

SingPost operating profit drop 38% YoY to $26m in Q3

Its revenue for Q3 rose 1% QoQ to $351m.
5 months ago

Hyflux judicial managers to hold virtual townhall

It is scheduled on 14 January.
6 months ago

RSK Group to acquire water business in Singapore

Black & Veatch’s water businesses would be rebranded as Binnies.
6 months ago

3.2% cut to power prices in Q1

Electricity prices are set to fall in Singapore over the first quarter of the New Year. Wholesale provider SP Group announced on December 31 that the electricity tariff would decrease by an average of 3.2% (or 6.7 cents per kWH) for the period of January 1 to March 31. This is due to lower energy costs compared with the previous quarter, the company said.
7 months ago

SIAS to work with Hyflux suitors to support P&P holders

This comes after NY-based fund manager SGI unveiled a new rescue offer.
8 months ago

Hyflux disputes claims made by aspiring white knight Utico

Hyflux protested Utico's allegations that they did not hold townhalls due to 'costs', 'waste of time'.
9 months ago

Hyflux receives EOI from New York fund manager

The private investment firm is willing to invest $204.78m or more.
9 months ago

Google signs multi-year renewable energy deal with Sembcorp

This includes energy generated from 500 housing flats with rooftop solar installations.
10 months ago