As a country with limited natural resources, Singapore has always needed to be prudent about energy management. This has prompted our companies to explore innovative ways to optimise energy use, pursue energy efficiency and develop clean energy infrastructure.
These solutions are highly relevant as the world transitions towards a future with cleaner and smarter energy. Here is how Singapore companies can work with you to address concerns about energy security, economic competitiveness and environmental sustainability.
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Explore the smart energy solutions developed by Singapore’s companies.
This company develops energy management solutions for commercial buildings. Its key product, the Starlight Energy Management System, is an end-to-end solution comprising both hardware and software that helps to monitor power quality and energy consumption patterns, so as to reduce energy wastage and improve cost savings.
This energy efficiency technology company uses sensors, software algorithms, equipment controls and engineering design to reduce assets’ energy consumption. Its proprietary technology optimises the operational performance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to achieve energy savings without significant equipment replacement or capital expenditure investment. The company is present in Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, China (within Guangzhou Knowledge City), the Philippines, India, Thailand, and Indonesia.
Kaer has over 70 years of experience in the air-conditioning industry, and pioneered the air-conditioning-as-a-service business model in Singapore. The company designs, builds and operates air-conditioning systems, and serves over 10 million sq ft of space across Singapore, Malaysia and India. To support this regional portfolio, Kaer developed a proprietary AI platform to improve customer experience and drive key performance metrics.
A spin-off from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University, this company offers an innovative marketplace platform for the built environment. The platform, BtrLyf.com, uses building physics and artificial intelligence to match a wide range of solutions to buildings for improved performance and cost savings. It has been applied to over 10 million sq ft of offices, retail, hospitality and industrial buildings in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Thailand, India, China, the Netherlands, the US, the United Arab Emirates, and the UK.
SP Group operates the world’s largest underground district cooling network at Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay. This innovative urban utility service aggregates cooling requirements and optimises asset efficiency in a central hub, enabling energy savings of 40%. The company also provides centralised cooling and heating services for Raffles City Chongqing in China, and is working with the China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City to develop district cooling, heating and other integrated energy solutions. It is also present in Australia.
Durapower offers a closed-loop, end-to-end energy storage solution for the electric mobility and renewable energy ecosystem. The company focuses on researching advanced technologies, design, manufacturing of high-performance lithium-ion battery materials, battery cells, complete battery systems integration, delivering state-of-the-art energy storage solutions for electric vehicles, and renewable energy globally. A supplier to vehicle manufacturers, its battery systems can be found in hybrid, plug-in hybrid and full electric vehicles in over 20 countries and 45 cities globally.
This company designs, customises and manufactures energy storage systems for renewable energy, backup power, mission-critical assets and grid regulation for clients across Southeast Asia. Its product offerings include lithium-ion, lead-carbon and second-life repurposed energy storage systems, portable power generation sets and smart battery management systems. Besides Singapore, it is present in Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, the Philippines, Myanmar and Papua New Guinea.
A spin-off of the Cleantech lab of Nanyang Technological University, this startup designs and manufactures vanadium redox flow batteries for large-scale energy storage solutions. In 2018, it graduated from the Enterprise First accelerator programme, and subsequently entered into a partnership with Shinoda Group and VSUN Energy for the distribution of its batteries in Japan and Australia respectively.
This company designs, builds and co-finances turnkey renewable energy microgrid solutions to deliver electricity to off-grid business and communities across the Asia Pacific. By integrating renewable energy sources with energy storage, its microgrids provide cheaper, cleaner and more reliable onsite power.
This company’s innovative energy trading platform enables peer-to-peer trades across the power grid. This empowers prosumers and consumers to directly transact energy trades with each other on a city grid-wide scale.
Set up in 2003 to operate the wholesale market of the National Electricity Market of Singapore – Asia’s first liberalised electricity market – this company is a pioneer and leader in its field. It provides training and consultancy services in power procurement, dispatch and exchange entities, and regulation for those looking to liberalise electricity markets.
Sembcorp is a leading provider of sustainability solutions offering innovative and customisable services across its Power, Renewables (Solar and Wind), Gas, Water and Waste portfolios to meet the energy needs and sustainability goals of its customers. Sembcorp is headquartered in Singapore and has deployed sustainability solutions in Singapore, China, India, Vietnam and the United Kingdom.
This company is the largest and most established clean energy solution provider in Singapore, and also has regional operations in Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific. It offers solutions in solar photovoltaic installations, offsite clean energy supply, energy efficiency, and project financing.
This energy turnkey system integrator has installed rooftop solar photovoltaic systems for commercial and industrial buildings in Singapore and overseas markets. Its in-house design and construction team handles project and construction management, operations and maintenance, asset management and system diagnostics.
This company specialises in solar photovoltaic (PV) system design, engineering, procurement and installation. Active across the Asia Pacific, it offers full turnkey solutions as well as leasing schemes where clients can buy solar electricity from a third-party investor who pays the up-front cost of a PV system. It is headquartered in Singapore and has projects in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
Photovoltaic Foundry Pte. Ltd. is an Invent-and-Build solar technology company headquartered in Singapore specialising in solar module design & customisation, offering full turnkey solution covering design, engineering, supply, installation and maintenance for rooftop solar system as well as mass scale solar asset development. The product portfolio includes High-Power Density low-glare module (GMD series), 3-in-1 Building-Integrated solar roof materials (BiPV series), Bi-Facial double glass Fire Test Class A modules (DG series), and Ultra-lightweight bendable flexible module (FLEX series). The company has established presence in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hongkong and Sri Lanka.