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SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China
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Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Th
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From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. 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Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/38-years-with-SP-Growing-through-Change SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation 38 Years with SP: Growing through Change RELIABILITY Maizan Binte Abdullah, Senior Technician from Condition Monitoring (CM), manages a team of 10 to perform health checks across substations in the north of Singapore. Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Underground wonders Hasinah leads in the coordination between LTA and SP Group on island-wide projects such the Thomson-East Coast Line and the integrated North South Corridor. Guardians of the Grid Executive Engineer Mohamad Elmi Sha Bin Mohamad Nasir and his colleagues at SP Group's Distribution Control Centre are part of the unit that oversees Singapore’s electricity grid round the clock. Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Category: Reliability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. 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This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. 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Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Mentor gives out tough assignments to sharpen skills of next generation On any given day, Senior Principal Engineer and Technical Expert Chua Khim Mong, would pose a hypothetical engineering problem in a group chat, challenging his team of technical officers and technicians to solve it. Partnership with PUB in EMA’s Demand Response and Interruptible Load programmes SP Group SP has partnered PUB to participate in EMA’s Demand Response DR and Interruptible Load IL programmes. PUB is the first government agency to participate in the programmes. Category: Reliability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=lifelong-learner Search Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/38-years-with-SP-Growing-through-Change SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation 38 Years with SP: Growing through Change RELIABILITY Maizan Binte Abdullah, Senior Technician from Condition Monitoring (CM), manages a team of 10 to perform health checks across substations in the north of Singapore. Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Mentor gives out tough assignments to sharpen skills of next generation On any given day, Senior Principal Engineer and Technical Expert Chua Khim Mong, would pose a hypothetical engineering problem in a group chat, challenging his team of technical officers and technicians to solve it. Partnership with PUB in EMA’s Demand Response and Interruptible Load programmes SP Group SP has partnered PUB to participate in EMA’s Demand Response DR and Interruptible Load IL programmes. PUB is the first government agency to participate in the programmes. Category: Reliability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. SP’s first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province, China In China, we are helping customers sustainably maximise farm yields – solar and agriculture – as we invest in our first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province. Expansion of SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay will be expanded to include the developments of four customers – Marina View, Clifford Centre, OUE Bayfront and The Fullerton Heritage, which includes Fullerton Bay Hotel, Clifford Pier and Customs House, – increasing the network’s installed capacity to 75,000 refrigeration tonnes (RT) by 2027. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. SP’s first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province, China In China, we are helping customers sustainably maximise farm yields – solar and agriculture – as we invest in our first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province. Expansion of SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay will be expanded to include the developments of four customers – Marina View, Clifford Centre, OUE Bayfront and The Fullerton Heritage, which includes Fullerton Bay Hotel, Clifford Pier and Customs House, – increasing the network’s installed capacity to 75,000 refrigeration tonnes (RT) by 2027. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=lifelong-learner Search Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/38-years-with-SP-Growing-through-Change SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation 38 Years with SP: Growing through Change RELIABILITY Maizan Binte Abdullah, Senior Technician from Condition Monitoring (CM), manages a team of 10 to perform health checks across substations in the north of Singapore. Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Mentor gives out tough assignments to sharpen skills of next generation On any given day, Senior Principal Engineer and Technical Expert Chua Khim Mong, would pose a hypothetical engineering problem in a group chat, challenging his team of technical officers and technicians to solve it. Partnership with PUB in EMA’s Demand Response and Interruptible Load programmes SP Group SP has partnered PUB to participate in EMA’s Demand Response DR and Interruptible Load IL programmes. PUB is the first government agency to participate in the programmes. Category: Reliability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=lifelong-learner Search Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/38-years-with-SP-Growing-through-Change SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation 38 Years with SP: Growing through Change RELIABILITY Maizan Binte Abdullah, Senior Technician from Condition Monitoring (CM), manages a team of 10 to perform health checks across substations in the north of Singapore. Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Mentor gives out tough assignments to sharpen skills of next generation On any given day, Senior Principal Engineer and Technical Expert Chua Khim Mong, would pose a hypothetical engineering problem in a group chat, challenging his team of technical officers and technicians to solve it. Partnership with PUB in EMA’s Demand Response and Interruptible Load programmes SP Group SP has partnered PUB to participate in EMA’s Demand Response DR and Interruptible Load IL programmes. PUB is the first government agency to participate in the programmes. Category: Reliability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=sunspec Search [20170721] Media Release - Singapore Polytechnic And SP Group Launch Next-Generation Solar Car For World Solar Challengehttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/8769a10c-aa3a-44b3-b14b-8a58b69185d5/%5B20170721%5D+Media+Release+-+Singapore+Polytechnic+And+SP+Group+Launch+Next-Generation+Solar+Car+For+World+Solar+Challenge.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= MEDIA RELEASE Singapore Polytechnic and SP Group launch next-generation solar car for World Solar Challenge 2017 SP Group adds $2 million sponsorship to groom engineering talent Singapore, 21 July 2017 – Singapore Polytechnic and SP Group today unveiled their most advanced solar car, SunSPEC 5 Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=sunspec and SP Group today unveiled their most advanced solar car, SunSPEC 5 Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/powering-future-engineering-talent SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Powering Future Engineering Talent Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/powering-future-engineering-talent SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Powering Future Engineering Talent SUSTAINABILITY All set for the race are Singapore Polytechnic’s SunSPEC team (from left), Ng Qianhui, Roy Leung, Effy Chang and Lau Lok Yee. 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Singapore can be proud of our SunSPEC team as they hold our flag high in Australia!” Besides being Innovationhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/innovation/next-generation-solutions-for-your-future-needs cars to compete in the biennial World Solar Challenge. The latest edition of the car, SunSPEC5, was launched in July 2017. It features advanced solar and energy storage capabilities close to commercially viable vehicles. We are also offering SunSPEC polytechnic and university sponsorships for students Category: Innovation Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=solar and SP Group today unveiled their most advanced solar car, SunSPEC 5 Solar Power – Generators.pdfhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:bbfb030c-0d8e-422c-8eab-8cd4a3d5ee9e/Solar%20Power%20%E2%80%93%20Generators.pdf Solar PV – User Guide for Generators Table of Contents 1. 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Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. SP’s first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province, China In China, we are helping customers sustainably maximise farm yields – solar and agriculture – as we invest in our first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province. Expansion of SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay will be expanded to include the developments of four customers – Marina View, Clifford Centre, OUE Bayfront and The Fullerton Heritage, which includes Fullerton Bay Hotel, Clifford Pier and Customs House, – increasing the network’s installed capacity to 75,000 refrigeration tonnes (RT) by 2027. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. SP’s first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province, China In China, we are helping customers sustainably maximise farm yields – solar and agriculture – as we invest in our first batch of agrivoltaic assets in Guangdong Province. Expansion of SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay will be expanded to include the developments of four customers – Marina View, Clifford Centre, OUE Bayfront and The Fullerton Heritage, which includes Fullerton Bay Hotel, Clifford Pier and Customs House, – increasing the network’s installed capacity to 75,000 refrigeration tonnes (RT) by 2027. 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This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. 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Expansion of SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay SP’s district cooling network at Marina Bay will be expanded to include the developments of four customers – Marina View, Clifford Centre, OUE Bayfront and The Fullerton Heritage, which includes Fullerton Bay Hotel, Clifford Pier and Customs House, – increasing the network’s installed capacity to 75,000 refrigeration tonnes (RT) by 2027. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=lifelong-learner Search Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/38-years-with-SP-Growing-through-Change SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation 38 Years with SP: Growing through Change RELIABILITY Maizan Binte Abdullah, Senior Technician from Condition Monitoring (CM), manages a team of 10 to perform health checks across substations in the north of Singapore. Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Mentor gives out tough assignments to sharpen skills of next generation On any given day, Senior Principal Engineer and Technical Expert Chua Khim Mong, would pose a hypothetical engineering problem in a group chat, challenging his team of technical officers and technicians to solve it. Partnership with PUB in EMA’s Demand Response and Interruptible Load programmes SP Group SP has partnered PUB to participate in EMA’s Demand Response DR and Interruptible Load IL programmes. PUB is the first government agency to participate in the programmes. 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Like many others, Nathasha was “chilling” near the outdoor coolers. Each unit can lower surrounding temperatures to around 24 degree Celsius, much like enjoying air-conditioning outdoors. In the hot and humid climate of Singapore, this provided a huge respite for many a visitor to Food Fiesta. The cooling technique taps on the world’s largest underground district cooling network, located at Marina Bay and operated by SP Group. The outdoor cooling solution delivers temperatures lower than that of cool mist of ventilation fans. Air blown out is also comfortably dryer than evaporative air coolers.  SP Group’s outdoor cooling solution has unlocked the potential for urban spaces in many ways. Aside from al fresco dining, visitors to the area were spotted playing outdoor games and taking naps in the hammocks provided. “It is a good idea to have outdoor cooling. 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We should have more of them in different spots so that we can walk around more comfortably, as it is less hot,” suggested Ivy Chew, another visitor to Food Fiesta. — 29 April 2019 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=outdoor-cooling Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/sp-cools-outdoor-food-fiesta SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation SP Cools Outdoor Food Fiesta SUSTAINABILITY With temperatures at a high of 33 degree Celsius, Nathasha Azman was relieved to spot SP Group’s outdoor coolers in Food Fiesta 2019 at Bayfront Avenue. Like many others, Nathasha was “chilling” near the outdoor coolers. Each unit can lower surrounding temperatures to around 24 degree Celsius, much like enjoying air-conditioning outdoors. In the hot and humid climate of Singapore, this provided a huge respite for many a visitor to Food Fiesta. The cooling technique taps on the world’s largest underground district cooling network, located at Marina Bay and operated by SP Group. The outdoor cooling solution delivers temperatures lower than that of cool mist of ventilation fans. Air blown out is also comfortably dryer than evaporative air coolers.  SP Group’s outdoor cooling solution has unlocked the potential for urban spaces in many ways. Aside from al fresco dining, visitors to the area were spotted playing outdoor games and taking naps in the hammocks provided. “It is a good idea to have outdoor cooling. We should have more of them in different spots so that we can walk around more comfortably, as it is less hot,” suggested Ivy Chew, another visitor to Food Fiesta. — 29 April 2019 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=outdoor-cooling Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/sp-cools-outdoor-food-fiesta SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation SP Cools Outdoor Food Fiesta SUSTAINABILITY With temperatures at a high of 33 degree Celsius, Nathasha Azman was relieved to spot SP Group’s outdoor coolers in Food Fiesta 2019 at Bayfront Avenue. Like many others, Nathasha was “chilling” near the outdoor coolers. Each unit can lower surrounding temperatures to around 24 degree Celsius, much like enjoying air-conditioning outdoors. In the hot and humid climate of Singapore, this provided a huge respite for many a visitor to Food Fiesta. The cooling technique taps on the world’s largest underground district cooling network, located at Marina Bay and operated by SP Group. The outdoor cooling solution delivers temperatures lower than that of cool mist of ventilation fans. Air blown out is also comfortably dryer than evaporative air coolers.  SP Group’s outdoor cooling solution has unlocked the potential for urban spaces in many ways. Aside from al fresco dining, visitors to the area were spotted playing outdoor games and taking naps in the hammocks provided. “It is a good idea to have outdoor cooling. We should have more of them in different spots so that we can walk around more comfortably, as it is less hot,” suggested Ivy Chew, another visitor to Food Fiesta. — 29 April 2019 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Joint Media Release - Outdoor Cooling Innovation Made In Singapore By ST Engineering And SP Group For National Day Paradehttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/b6ee8da8-4085-4f09-adfe-57cd645c169d/%5B20170727%5D+Joint+Media+Release+-+Outdoor+Cooling+Innovation+Made+In+Singapore+By+ST+Engineering+And+SP+Group+For+National+Day+Parade.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= Joint Media Release OUTDOOR COOLING INNOVATION MADE IN SINGAPORE BY ST ENGINEERING AND SP GROUP FOR NATIONAL DAY PARADE Singapore, 27 July 2017 – In a first for Singapore’s National Day Parade (NDP), segments of audiences will enjoy cool air comfort outdoors at the Floating Platform, through a made-in- Singapore innovation that ST Engineering and SP Group (SP) have created. This engineering solution builds on ST Engineering’s Airbitat Smart Cooler’s revolutionary deep cooling technology and SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay that provides chilled water for air-conditioning of buildings in Marina Bay. This solution functions on chilled water running from SP’s same underground system, which is more energy-efficient than electricitypowered cooling devices. This low-cost outdoor cooling saves 90 per cent in energy consumption compared to conventional air-conditioning. Launched at the NDP Preview show on Saturday 29 July, there are 29 sets at and around the Floating Platform. In this first roll-out, the sets will be placed closest to the audience sections occupied by spectators with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs, and at areas where spectator queues may form. This unprecedented system unlocks the potential of urban spaces in land-scarce Singapore and transforms the way communities live, work and play. It also demonstrates how industry collaboration can scale up urban solutions quickly and actively deploy innovative concepts to help build an environmentally sustainable Singapore. Gareth Tang, General Manager of Innosparks, an Open Lab by ST Engineering, said, “We believe in solving complex problems of society through engineering. This innovative collaboration is one way ST Engineering pushes boundaries to create breakthrough, energy-efficient and sustainable solutions to improve daily lives.” Managing Director of SP Group’s Singapore District Cooling, Jimmy Khoo, said, “This gamechanging technology makes outdoor cooling viable in Singapore’s climate. Tapping on SP Group’s underground district cooling system that serves several buildings in Marina Bay, we are developing sustainable solutions that will help consumers save energy and cost.” 1 About ST Engineering ST Engineering (Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd) is an integrated defence and engineering group specialising in the aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine sectors. It has global presence with offices in Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East and employs about 22,000 employees. Across the globe, its employees bring innovation and technology together to create smart engineering solutions for its customers in the defence, government and commercial segments. Headquartered in Singapore, ST Engineering reported revenue of S$6.68b in FY2016 and ranks among the largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange. It is a component stock of the FTSE Straits Times Index, MSCI Singapore and the SGX Sustainability Leaders Index. Please visit www.stengg.com for more information. About SP Group SP Group is a leading energy utilities group in the Asia Pacific. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and district cooling businesses in Singapore and China. SP Group is committed to providing customers with reliable and efficient energy utilities services. More than 1.5 million industrial, commercial and residential customers in Singapore benefit from SP Group’s world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG. 2 Annex 1 Outdoor Cooling Innovation By ST Engineering & SP Group – How It Works 3 Annex 2 The Airbitat Smart Cooler The Airbitat Smart Cooler, created by Innosparks (an Open Lab by ST Engineering), is a proven product with an innovative two-stage cooling technology – it can save up to 80 percent energy when compared to the average air conditioner of an equivalent capacity. Airbitat is effective all-day and adapts intelligently to varying conditions throughout the day to deliver ultra-efficient cooling. Unlike conventional one-mode coolers, Airbitat’s intelligent system detects the ambient environment and engages the right cooling mode to deliver the right level of thermal comfort. Most importantly, the Airbitat Smart Cooler is engineered to be eco-friendly, with negligible waste heat generation when compared to conventional air conditioning, and energy-smart as well. A typical 8- hour cooling cycle registers a combined energy and water cost as low as $2.50 a day. Singapore District Cooling’s Underground System Singapore District Cooling (SDC) operates the world’s largest underground district cooling system that provides reliable and efficient air conditioning 24/7, 365 days to 23 iconic buildings in the Marina Bay area. District cooling contributes to a sustainable Singapore. The system saves as much as 40 per cent in electricity consumption, and reduces 34,500 tonnes carbon dioxide emissions annually – equivalent to removing 10,000 cars from Singapore’s roads. The electricity savings in the Marina Bay area are equivalent to powering 23,718 3-room HDB flats for a year. Engineering and design makes SDC’s operations unique, enabling this huge industrial facility to be housed underground, freeing up space for more important use in land-scarce Singapore. Overseas, SDC is building a district cooling system for CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing. Once completed, the system will enable the development to save 50 per cent in energy savings and reduce utility costs by about S$30 million over the next 20 years. 4 Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=outdoor-cooling Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/sp-cools-outdoor-food-fiesta SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation SP Cools Outdoor Food Fiesta SUSTAINABILITY With temperatures at a high of 33 degree Celsius, Nathasha Azman was relieved to spot SP Group’s outdoor coolers in Food Fiesta 2019 at Bayfront Avenue. Like many others, Nathasha was “chilling” near the outdoor coolers. Each unit can lower surrounding temperatures to around 24 degree Celsius, much like enjoying air-conditioning outdoors. In the hot and humid climate of Singapore, this provided a huge respite for many a visitor to Food Fiesta. The cooling technique taps on the world’s largest underground district cooling network, located at Marina Bay and operated by SP Group. The outdoor cooling solution delivers temperatures lower than that of cool mist of ventilation fans. Air blown out is also comfortably dryer than evaporative air coolers.  SP Group’s outdoor cooling solution has unlocked the potential for urban spaces in many ways. Aside from al fresco dining, visitors to the area were spotted playing outdoor games and taking naps in the hammocks provided. “It is a good idea to have outdoor cooling. We should have more of them in different spots so that we can walk around more comfortably, as it is less hot,” suggested Ivy Chew, another visitor to Food Fiesta. — 29 April 2019 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Joint Media Release - Outdoor Cooling Innovation Made In Singapore By ST Engineering And SP Group For National Day Paradehttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/b6ee8da8-4085-4f09-adfe-57cd645c169d/%5B20170727%5D+Joint+Media+Release+-+Outdoor+Cooling+Innovation+Made+In+Singapore+By+ST+Engineering+And+SP+Group+For+National+Day+Parade.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= Joint Media Release OUTDOOR COOLING INNOVATION MADE IN SINGAPORE BY ST ENGINEERING AND SP GROUP FOR NATIONAL DAY PARADE Singapore, 27 July 2017 – In a first for Singapore’s National Day Parade (NDP), segments of audiences will enjoy cool air comfort outdoors at the Floating Platform, through a made-in- Singapore innovation that ST Engineering and SP Group (SP) have created. This engineering solution builds on ST Engineering’s Airbitat Smart Cooler’s revolutionary deep cooling technology and SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay that provides chilled water for air-conditioning of buildings in Marina Bay. This solution functions on chilled water running from SP’s same underground system, which is more energy-efficient than electricitypowered cooling devices. This low-cost outdoor cooling saves 90 per cent in energy consumption compared to conventional air-conditioning. Launched at the NDP Preview show on Saturday 29 July, there are 29 sets at and around the Floating Platform. In this first roll-out, the sets will be placed closest to the audience sections occupied by spectators with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs, and at areas where spectator queues may form. This unprecedented system unlocks the potential of urban spaces in land-scarce Singapore and transforms the way communities live, work and play. It also demonstrates how industry collaboration can scale up urban solutions quickly and actively deploy innovative concepts to help build an environmentally sustainable Singapore. Gareth Tang, General Manager of Innosparks, an Open Lab by ST Engineering, said, “We believe in solving complex problems of society through engineering. This innovative collaboration is one way ST Engineering pushes boundaries to create breakthrough, energy-efficient and sustainable solutions to improve daily lives.” Managing Director of SP Group’s Singapore District Cooling, Jimmy Khoo, said, “This gamechanging technology makes outdoor cooling viable in Singapore’s climate. Tapping on SP Group’s underground district cooling system that serves several buildings in Marina Bay, we are developing sustainable solutions that will help consumers save energy and cost.” 1 About ST Engineering ST Engineering (Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd) is an integrated defence and engineering group specialising in the aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine sectors. It has global presence with offices in Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East and employs about 22,000 employees. Across the globe, its employees bring innovation and technology together to create smart engineering solutions for its customers in the defence, government and commercial segments. Headquartered in Singapore, ST Engineering reported revenue of S$6.68b in FY2016 and ranks among the largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange. It is a component stock of the FTSE Straits Times Index, MSCI Singapore and the SGX Sustainability Leaders Index. Please visit www.stengg.com for more information. About SP Group SP Group is a leading energy utilities group in the Asia Pacific. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and district cooling businesses in Singapore and China. SP Group is committed to providing customers with reliable and efficient energy utilities services. More than 1.5 million industrial, commercial and residential customers in Singapore benefit from SP Group’s world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG. 2 Annex 1 Outdoor Cooling Innovation By ST Engineering & SP Group – How It Works 3 Annex 2 The Airbitat Smart Cooler The Airbitat Smart Cooler, created by Innosparks (an Open Lab by ST Engineering), is a proven product with an innovative two-stage cooling technology – it can save up to 80 percent energy when compared to the average air conditioner of an equivalent capacity. Airbitat is effective all-day and adapts intelligently to varying conditions throughout the day to deliver ultra-efficient cooling. Unlike conventional one-mode coolers, Airbitat’s intelligent system detects the ambient environment and engages the right cooling mode to deliver the right level of thermal comfort. Most importantly, the Airbitat Smart Cooler is engineered to be eco-friendly, with negligible waste heat generation when compared to conventional air conditioning, and energy-smart as well. A typical 8- hour cooling cycle registers a combined energy and water cost as low as $2.50 a day. Singapore District Cooling’s Underground System Singapore District Cooling (SDC) operates the world’s largest underground district cooling system that provides reliable and efficient air conditioning 24/7, 365 days to 23 iconic buildings in the Marina Bay area. District cooling contributes to a sustainable Singapore. The system saves as much as 40 per cent in electricity consumption, and reduces 34,500 tonnes carbon dioxide emissions annually – equivalent to removing 10,000 cars from Singapore’s roads. The electricity savings in the Marina Bay area are equivalent to powering 23,718 3-room HDB flats for a year. Engineering and design makes SDC’s operations unique, enabling this huge industrial facility to be housed underground, freeing up space for more important use in land-scarce Singapore. Overseas, SDC is building a district cooling system for CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing. Once completed, the system will enable the development to save 50 per cent in energy savings and reduce utility costs by about S$30 million over the next 20 years. 4 Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=outdoor-cooling Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/sp-cools-outdoor-food-fiesta SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation SP Cools Outdoor Food Fiesta SUSTAINABILITY With temperatures at a high of 33 degree Celsius, Nathasha Azman was relieved to spot SP Group’s outdoor coolers in Food Fiesta 2019 at Bayfront Avenue. Like many others, Nathasha was “chilling” near the outdoor coolers. Each unit can lower surrounding temperatures to around 24 degree Celsius, much like enjoying air-conditioning outdoors. In the hot and humid climate of Singapore, this provided a huge respite for many a visitor to Food Fiesta. The cooling technique taps on the world’s largest underground district cooling network, located at Marina Bay and operated by SP Group. The outdoor cooling solution delivers temperatures lower than that of cool mist of ventilation fans. Air blown out is also comfortably dryer than evaporative air coolers.  SP Group’s outdoor cooling solution has unlocked the potential for urban spaces in many ways. Aside from al fresco dining, visitors to the area were spotted playing outdoor games and taking naps in the hammocks provided. “It is a good idea to have outdoor cooling. We should have more of them in different spots so that we can walk around more comfortably, as it is less hot,” suggested Ivy Chew, another visitor to Food Fiesta. — 29 April 2019 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Joint Media Release - Outdoor Cooling Innovation Made In Singapore By ST Engineering And SP Group For National Day Paradehttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/b6ee8da8-4085-4f09-adfe-57cd645c169d/%5B20170727%5D+Joint+Media+Release+-+Outdoor+Cooling+Innovation+Made+In+Singapore+By+ST+Engineering+And+SP+Group+For+National+Day+Parade.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= Joint Media Release OUTDOOR COOLING INNOVATION MADE IN SINGAPORE BY ST ENGINEERING AND SP GROUP FOR NATIONAL DAY PARADE Singapore, 27 July 2017 – In a first for Singapore’s National Day Parade (NDP), segments of audiences will enjoy cool air comfort outdoors at the Floating Platform, through a made-in- Singapore innovation that ST Engineering and SP Group (SP) have created. This engineering solution builds on ST Engineering’s Airbitat Smart Cooler’s revolutionary deep cooling technology and SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay that provides chilled water for air-conditioning of buildings in Marina Bay. This solution functions on chilled water running from SP’s same underground system, which is more energy-efficient than electricitypowered cooling devices. This low-cost outdoor cooling saves 90 per cent in energy consumption compared to conventional air-conditioning. Launched at the NDP Preview show on Saturday 29 July, there are 29 sets at and around the Floating Platform. In this first roll-out, the sets will be placed closest to the audience sections occupied by spectators with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs, and at areas where spectator queues may form. This unprecedented system unlocks the potential of urban spaces in land-scarce Singapore and transforms the way communities live, work and play. It also demonstrates how industry collaboration can scale up urban solutions quickly and actively deploy innovative concepts to help build an environmentally sustainable Singapore. Gareth Tang, General Manager of Innosparks, an Open Lab by ST Engineering, said, “We believe in solving complex problems of society through engineering. This innovative collaboration is one way ST Engineering pushes boundaries to create breakthrough, energy-efficient and sustainable solutions to improve daily lives.” Managing Director of SP Group’s Singapore District Cooling, Jimmy Khoo, said, “This gamechanging technology makes outdoor cooling viable in Singapore’s climate. Tapping on SP Group’s underground district cooling system that serves several buildings in Marina Bay, we are developing sustainable solutions that will help consumers save energy and cost.” 1 About ST Engineering ST Engineering (Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd) is an integrated defence and engineering group specialising in the aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine sectors. It has global presence with offices in Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East and employs about 22,000 employees. Across the globe, its employees bring innovation and technology together to create smart engineering solutions for its customers in the defence, government and commercial segments. Headquartered in Singapore, ST Engineering reported revenue of S$6.68b in FY2016 and ranks among the largest companies listed on the Singapore Exchange. It is a component stock of the FTSE Straits Times Index, MSCI Singapore and the SGX Sustainability Leaders Index. Please visit www.stengg.com for more information. About SP Group SP Group is a leading energy utilities group in the Asia Pacific. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and district cooling businesses in Singapore and China. SP Group is committed to providing customers with reliable and efficient energy utilities services. More than 1.5 million industrial, commercial and residential customers in Singapore benefit from SP Group’s world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG. 2 Annex 1 Outdoor Cooling Innovation By ST Engineering & SP Group – How It Works 3 Annex 2 The Airbitat Smart Cooler The Airbitat Smart Cooler, created by Innosparks (an Open Lab by ST Engineering), is a proven product with an innovative two-stage cooling technology – it can save up to 80 percent energy when compared to the average air conditioner of an equivalent capacity. Airbitat is effective all-day and adapts intelligently to varying conditions throughout the day to deliver ultra-efficient cooling. Unlike conventional one-mode coolers, Airbitat’s intelligent system detects the ambient environment and engages the right cooling mode to deliver the right level of thermal comfort. Most importantly, the Airbitat Smart Cooler is engineered to be eco-friendly, with negligible waste heat generation when compared to conventional air conditioning, and energy-smart as well. A typical 8- hour cooling cycle registers a combined energy and water cost as low as $2.50 a day. Singapore District Cooling’s Underground System Singapore District Cooling (SDC) operates the world’s largest underground district cooling system that provides reliable and efficient air conditioning 24/7, 365 days to 23 iconic buildings in the Marina Bay area. District cooling contributes to a sustainable Singapore. The system saves as much as 40 per cent in electricity consumption, and reduces 34,500 tonnes carbon dioxide emissions annually – equivalent to removing 10,000 cars from Singapore’s roads. The electricity savings in the Marina Bay area are equivalent to powering 23,718 3-room HDB flats for a year. Engineering and design makes SDC’s operations unique, enabling this huge industrial facility to be housed underground, freeing up space for more important use in land-scarce Singapore. Overseas, SDC is building a district cooling system for CapitaLand’s Raffles City Chongqing. Once completed, the system will enable the development to save 50 per cent in energy savings and reduce utility costs by about S$30 million over the next 20 years. 4 Media Coveragehttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/media-coverage?page=26 Media Coverage Catch the latest news on SP All Years 21 Sep 2017 The Business Times - SP Group Ties Up With Two Overseas Startups Source: The Business Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Permission required for reproduction 08 Sep 2017 The Straits Times - SP Group Raises Over $620k For Needy Elderly Source: The Straits Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Permission required for reproduction 05 Aug 2017 The Sunday Times - People In The Seat Of Power Source: The Sunday Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Permission required for reproduction 05 Aug 2017 The Sunday Times - Forget The Lights, We're Worried About The Fridge Source: The Straits Times © Singapore Press Holdings Limited. 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With disruption sweeping through every industry and facet of society, we strive to meet customers’ evolving needs by innovating and building capabilities for the future. Pivotal in realising this goal is bringing our employees from different work locations together in our new premises at Kallang Sector. This enables our people to collaborate and co-create more easily, and reaps savings in property and facilities management at our own building instead of rented offices spaces. Projecting a unified identity as SP Group is also important in providing our customers a seamless, unified experience at all touch points. Our efforts are anchored on our mission to improve quality of life for individuals of all ages, families, industries and the community. Our goal is to empower customers with sustainable lifestyle solutions to meet their needs and aspirations. In fulfilling our commitment, we have upheld strong network performance that enables Singapore to enjoy world-class reliability and efficiency. We have also maintained financial discipline and governance, closing the year on 31 March 2017 with a net profit of S$948.8 million, with our Australian associates contributing S$216.4 million. Going digital to do more with less In providing customers greater convenience, we aim to deliver a more unified, seamless experience, bringing savings in energy, time and cost. Instrumental in making these possible are digital technologies that will power future-ready solutions. Our SP Utilities mobile application is centred on customers’ growing needs and changing lifestyle. Launched in March 2017, SP Utilities enables customers to make transactions on the go, get timely reminders on bill payment, track their utilities consumption and compare it with their past usage as well as that of their neighbours. Progressively, new features are being added, such as the “live” chat for customers to have their queries addressed promptly. This is supported by our one-stop Digital Contact Centre, that also attends to customers on phone calls and email. Digital applications have also transformed the way we carry out our operations. We are better able to perform real-time monitoring of assets and network performance, establish secure protocols, avert interruption and down-time, streamline processes, respond speedily to irregularities, plan efficiently, be responsive to dynamic events and optimise resources for greater productivity and reliability. Our employees have embraced new ways of working, in order to do more with less and bring greater value to customers. They are equipped with digital tools and workspaces to perform their roles and connect with each other and our customers, regardless of where they are. We have continued to build engineering talent and bench strength, with SP’s own EDGE, iGRAD and LEAP scholarships for students in tertiary, polytechnic and technical institutes, as well as incumbent professionals making the transition to higher level responsibilities and roles that have evolved with the changing landscape. In all our undertakings, we keep an unwavering focus on the safety of the public, our staff and contractors. We have strengthened contractor partnership and management programmes to reward good safety practices and encourage improvement in areas we have identified. Powering a greener future We are developing green technologies and adopting more sustainable practices in our operations. In the last year, we started our journey towards converting our service fleet to Electric Vehicles. To maintain the fleet, we have installed a robust network of charging stations at various locations in Singapore. We have also installed solar panels at our headquarters and district offices and developed storage systems to harness and deploy energy efficiently. Our experience will enable us to work with partners in the community to achieve similar sustainable outcomes. For a start, we have helped Bukit Panjang Community Club reduce electricity usage with solar panels and a real-time monitoring system at its premises. In district cooling, where customers have reported savings of up to 40 per cent in energy consumption, we have progressed beyond indoor air-conditioning in commercial buildings at the central business district. We have taken this expertise to Chongqing, China, where we are managing the district cooling system for the new Raffles City Chongqing that is run by CapitaLand. At this year’s National Day Parade, we introduced outdoor cooling facilities, tapping on the same technologies and infrastructure powered by our Singapore District Cooling. We look forward to exploring wider-scale adoption of district cooling in the community. Innovation to deliver greater value To deliver value to our customers for the long-run, it is imperative to invest in projects and partnerships that will nurture the spirit of innovation and test promising ideas. In the past year, we embarked on a collaboration with General Electric to develop Industrial Internet of Things capabilities and intelligent applications to enhance our power network reliability and efficiency. Together with seven other leading international utilities, we are driving the first global utilities accelerator programme, Free Electrons, for start-ups to develop game-changing products. We are also part of a consortium of global energy players to develop blockchain solutions aimed at helping customers achieve energy efficient results. Through the SP Centre of Excellence, we continue to invest in next-generation technologies aimed at helping customers attain a high quality, sustainable way of life. Steady growth and commitment Our journey of transformation is only possible with the right mindset, conviction and commitment to adapt and grow. I thank the Management and staff for their leadership and tireless resolve to transform to serve customers better. I am also grateful to our shareholder, business partners, staff union and regulator, for your partnership that is rooted on our mission to improve quality of life for our customers. To the members of the Board, thank you for your guidance and counsel. In line with our digital focus, I hope you enjoy this interactive review of our performance. Thank you for your support. Mohd Hassan Marican Chairman  August 2017 TAGS CHAIRMAIN'S MESSAGE 2017YEAR IN REVIEW 2017 YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Underground wonders Hasinah leads in the coordination between LTA and SP Group on island-wide projects such the Thomson-East Coast Line and the integrated North South Corridor. Guardians of the Grid Executive Engineer Mohamad Elmi Sha Bin Mohamad Nasir and his colleagues at SP Group's Distribution Control Centre are part of the unit that oversees Singapore’s electricity grid round the clock. Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. 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Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. 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This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. 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This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/38-years-with-SP-Growing-through-Change SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation 38 Years with SP: Growing through Change RELIABILITY Maizan Binte Abdullah, Senior Technician from Condition Monitoring (CM), manages a team of 10 to perform health checks across substations in the north of Singapore. Her team collates and analyses recorded measurements and checks for anomalies in switchgears and transformers. Maizan Binte Abdullah performing condition monitoring checks. (Photo was taken before circuit breaker) When Maizan joined SP 38 years ago, she was doing something quite different. Learning and Adapting After completing her post-secondary education, Maizan started as an apprentice in the Electro Mechanical Maintenance Fitting department at the Public Utilities Board (PUB). Subsequently, she was posted to the Meters section to conduct meter maintenance activities. Maizan (in blue attire) and her former colleagues from Meters section enjoying a durian feast together. When PUB corporatised in 1995, she moved to SP where she continued with the Meters section for the next 14 years. She would have thought that would be her home for the rest of her career. However in 2019, she was seconded to CM. This change to field work seemed to be unsurmountable, having been in a deskbound administrative role for more than 20 years. “Given my age, I was very worried that I may not be able to cope with the demands of the new role. However, I recognised that I needed to move out of my comfort zone and acquire new skills to remain relevant,” shared Maizan. After going through training and with strong support from her team and the management, Maizan is settling so well at CM that she became the team lead for North Zone in the same year. A lifelong learner, Maizan completed her part-time Diploma in Engineering (Power Engineering) programme at Singapore Polytechnic in May 2020 under SP’s sponsorship. She soldiered on despite having to juggle her new role and studies. “There were times when I felt overwhelmed and felt like giving up. I am glad I had the support from my family, my boss and colleagues who encouraged me to persevere. This experience has been very enriching, and I look forward to continue growing!” exclaimed Maizan. Growing despite COVID-19 With this mindset, Maizan and her team continued to learn new ways of working to carry out their duties during the Circuit Breaker period. Maizan and her colleagues use handheld detectors to detect for abnormalities in the network. This is to prevent faults from developing and causing power disruptions. “Due to the need to minimise contact, we had to stagger our working hours. This is a challenge as CM relies heavily on teamwork. We also had to wear a mask when doing checks in the substation, which is an enclosed space and often hot and humid,” shared Maizan. However, Maizan takes it in her stride. She performs daily check-ins with her team members via instant messaging and tele-conferencing. With a sparkle in her eyes, she said, “Work is never the same every day. I take this as an opportunity to grow – to be stronger and better in managing change and future crises.” — 27 July 2020 TAGS LIFELONG LEARNERPEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITYCONDITION MONITORING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Underground wonders Hasinah leads in the coordination between LTA and SP Group on island-wide projects such the Thomson-East Coast Line and the integrated North South Corridor. Guardians of the Grid Executive Engineer Mohamad Elmi Sha Bin Mohamad Nasir and his colleagues at SP Group's Distribution Control Centre are part of the unit that oversees Singapore’s electricity grid round the clock. Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Category: Reliability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=lifelong-learner Search Searchhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/search?tag=growing-greener Search Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/growing-greener-and-cooler-outdoors SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Growing Greener and Cooler Outdoors SUSTAINABILITY Photo: NDP 2018 Exco Powering Singapore’s birthday celebrations comes with a greener and cooler upgrade. Back for a second year, SP Group and ST Engineering have an improved outdoor cooling solution at the National Day Parade 2018, to help spectators beat the heat. The system will cool sections seating beneficiaries with special needs, such as those in wheelchairs. These spectators can enjoy the parade, performances and festivities in cool comfort outdoors, through this made-in-Singapore innovation. This year’s improved version has direct individualised air outlets with adjustable louvers that uniformly distributes cold air as low as 22 degrees celsius throughout the area. It has also been designed to blend into the seating area to optimise space and avoid obstructing spectators’ view. "It's a brilliant idea that is cooling everyone. It's helping all the spectators here, making them so comfortable. I was here last year and this makes it a world of difference." — Suresh Vanaz "This is my first NDP, and when I arrived, I was surprised to find this cooling solution at my seat. It certainly makes it a more comfortable and enjoyable experience." — Theresa Lee Building on SP’s underground district cooling network at Marina Bay, this solution also consumes 90 per cent less energy than conventional air-conditioning for the same cooling capacity. — 6 August 2018 TAGS SUSTAINABILITYOUTDOOR COOLINGDISTRICT COOLING YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. Category: Sustainability Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/smart-grid-index-2021-a-smarter-and-greener-grid SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Smart Grid Index 2021: A smarter and greener grid SUSTAINABILITY In a year of transformation and growing energy transition, utilities around the globe have deepened their commitment to tackling climate change. The global Smart Grid Index (SGI) 2021 by SP Group sees utilities speed up plans towards a decarbonised grid. From the increased focus on green energy and steep rise of renewable energy penetration to electric vehicle charging initiatives, the latest index indicates unprecedented levels of commitment to reduce carbon emissions. Globally, 65 per cent of utilities have solar and wind energy contributing more than 10 per cent of system demand, an increase of nine per cent from the previous year. About 45 per cent of utilities are actively enabling the use of electric vehicles through public charging infrastructure. Into its fourth year, the SGI is a benchmarking tool for key players in the industry to share and drive best practices on smart grid advancement. A total of 86 utilities across 37 countries participated in this year’s indexing exercise. With the energy transformation picking up pace, this annual Index will play an even bigger role in helping grid operators track their progress as the sector races to meet climate change targets. For details of the SGI benchmarking findings, visit here TAGS SUSTAINABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP Group’s Integrated Energy Solutions to Power Rangsit University’s Green Energy Transformation SP is partnering Rangsit University (RSU) in Thailand to transform RSU’s main campus into a smart energy, low-carbon academic environment. Empowering change Jerome Choong shares the extent of work behind the scenes that goes towards upholding Singapore’s electricity network reliability, while Jennifer Ong elaborates on SP’s expansion into overseas markets. Empowering Green Capabilities Satinderpal Singh and Fong Yi Kit deal with the polarising "hot" and "cold" elements at work, but share one thing in common: empowering organisations with tools to create a low carbon, smart energy Singapore. 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[20210422] Media Release - SP Group launches green financing frameworkhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/babb2a20-2a6d-48c4-9d46-620e1475222d/SP+Group+launches+Green+Financing+Framework+-+Press+Release.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID=
Joint Media Release SP GROUP LAUNCHES GREEN FINANCING FRAMEWORK Company also secures S$100 million in green loan facilities from DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB Singapore, 22 April 2021 – SP Group (SP) has established a Green Financing Framework 1 in a move that deepens the integration of its sustainability ambition into its financing strategy. SP has also secured its maiden green loan facilities of S$100 million from DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB on a bilateral basis. Under the Framework, SP and its subsidiaries will be able to issue green financing instruments to finance and/or refinance eligible green projects in four categories: clean transportation, energy efficiency projects, renewable energy and green buildings. The Framework will also govern the use and management of the green loan facilities from DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB. The Framework is credible, impactful and aligned with the relevant international principles and guidelines 2 , as established in findings by Sustainalytics, an independent ESG and corporate governance research, ratings and analysis firm. The firm was engaged to provide a second party opinion on the Framework. With the Framework in place, investors and lenders will now have greater visibility of the use of proceeds and the positive environmental impact of SP’s investments in sustainable energy solutions and projects that are funded by green financing instruments. This will help investors and lenders identify and fund investments and projects aligned with their sustainable investing strategy. Chief Financial Officer of SP, Ms Loong Hui Chee, said, “This Green Financing Framework is central to SP Group’s commitment to advance clean energy transition, build sustainable infrastructure and foster innovation to enable a low carbon economy. We are pleased to partner DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB to secure our maiden green loan facilities. We look forward to working with like-minded financiers to support Singapore’s efforts to build a green finance ecosystem.” Mr Lim Wee Seng, Group Head of Energy, Chemicals and Infrastructure, DBS Institutional Banking Group, said, “As Southeast Asia’s largest bank, DBS plays a significant role in financing positive change and using our expertise and sector knowledge to support leading energy companies like SP Group, in achieving their sustainable development goals. In our on-going commitment to sustainability, DBS financed about SGD 597 million of renewable and clean energy-related projects last year. We continue to see tremendous growth potential in sustainable finance with more companies exploring ways to create positive impact and as stakeholders place greater responsibility on corporates to drive both profit and purpose-driven agendas.” 1 The Framework and Second Party Opinion is available at: https://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/investor-relations 2 Green Bond Principles 2018 by the International Capital Market Association; Green Loan Principles 2020 by the Loan Market Association, Asia Pacific Loan Market Association and Loan Syndications and Trading Association; ASEAN Green Bond Standards 2018 by the ASEAN Capital Markets Forum. OCBC Bank’s head of Global Corporate Banking, Ms Elaine Lam, said, “We are pleased to support our long-time customer SP Group to drive the clean energy transition and contribute to the building of sustainable cities. Their Green Financing Framework, which we are pleased to have codeveloped, enables them to tap on green loans to fund projects that can create positive change. We look forward to partnering on more sustainable finance deals with SP Group in the future.” Mr Leong Yung Chee, Head of Group Corporate Banking, UOB said, “At UOB, we understand how important sustainability is to our client’s business model and take an active role in supporting their transition towards a low carbon future as they ramp up their sustainability strategies. We are pleased to deepen our existing relationship with Singapore’s biggest utilities group, from our partnership on UOB’s Utilities Marketplace 3 , to being a provider of the company’s first green loan. Our latest green loan exemplifies our commitment to helping our clients grow responsibly and demonstrates our efforts in building more sustainable and liveable cities.” More information on SP’s Green Financing Framework can be accessed at https://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/investor-relations. -Ends- 3 Please refer to UOB news release: “UOB charges ahead with Singapore’s first online utility marketplace to help customers save on their monthly bills”, 6 May 2019. About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, enabling a low-carbon, smart energy future for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable energy solutions such as cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, electric vehicle fast charging and green digital energy management tools for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG. About DBS DBS is a leading financial services group in Asia with a presence in 18 markets. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, DBS is in the three key Asian axes of growth: Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The bank's "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings are among the highest in the world. Recognised for its global leadership, DBS has been named “World’s Best Bank” by Euromoney, “Global Bank of the Year” by The Banker and “Best Bank in the World” by Global Finance. The bank is at the forefront of leveraging digital technology to shape the future of banking, having been named “World’s Best Digital Bank” by Euromoney. In addition, DBS has been accorded the “Safest Bank in Asia” award by Global Finance for 12 consecutive years from 2009 to 2020. DBS provides a full range of services in consumer, SME and corporate banking. As a bank born and bred in Asia, DBS understands the intricacies of doing business in the region’s most dynamic markets. DBS is committed to building lasting relationships with customers, and positively impacting communities through supporting social enterprises, as it banks the Asian way. It has also established a SGD 50 million foundation to strengthen its corporate social responsibility efforts in Singapore and across Asia. With its extensive network of operations in Asia and emphasis on engaging and empowering its staff, DBS presents exciting career opportunities. For more information, please visit www.dbs.com. About OCBC Bank OCBC Bank is the longest established Singapore bank, formed in 1932 from the merger of three local banks, the oldest of which was founded in 1912. It is now the second largest financial services group in Southeast Asia by assets and one of the world’s most highly-rated banks, with an Aa1 rating from Moody’s. Recognised for its financial strength and stability, OCBC Bank is consistently ranked among the World’s Top 50 Safest Banks by Global Finance and has been named Best Managed Bank in Singapore by The Asian Banker. OCBC Bank and its subsidiaries offer a broad array of commercial banking, specialist financial and wealth management services, ranging from consumer, corporate, investment, private and transaction banking to treasury, insurance, asset management and stockbroking services. OCBC Bank’s key markets are Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Greater China. It has more than 480 branches and representative offices in 19 countries and regions. These include over 230 branches and offices in Indonesia under subsidiary Bank OCBC NISP, and over 70 branches and offices in Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR under OCBC Wing Hang. OCBC Bank’s private banking services are provided by its wholly-owned subsidiary Bank of Singapore, which operates on a unique open-architecture product platform to source for the bestin-class products to meet its clients’ goals. OCBC Bank's insurance subsidiary, Great Eastern Holdings, is the oldest and most established life insurance group in Singapore and Malaysia. Its asset management subsidiary, Lion Global Investors, is one of the largest private sector asset management companies in Southeast Asia. For more information, please visit www.ocbc.com. About UOB United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) is a leading bank in Asia with a global network of more than 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. Since its incorporation in 1935, UOB has grown organically and through a series of strategic acquisitions. UOB is rated among the world’s top banks: Aa1 by Moody’s Investors Service and AA- by both S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings. In Asia, UOB operates through its head office in Singapore and banking subsidiaries in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, as well as branches and representative offices across the region. Over more than eight decades, generations of UOB employees have carried through the entrepreneurial spirit, the focus on long-term value creation and an unwavering commitment to do what is right for our customers and our colleagues. We believe in being a responsible financial services provider and we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our stakeholders and in the communities in which we operate. Just as we are dedicated to helping our customers manage their finances wisely and to grow their businesses, UOB is steadfast in our support of social development, particularly in the areas of art, children and education.
SP Group Launches Green Financing Frameworkhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/news-and-media-releases/SP-Group-Launches-Green-Financing-Framework
Media Release SP Group Launches Green Financing Framework Singapore, 22 April 2021 – SP Group (SP) has established a Green Financing Framework1 in a move that deepens the integration of its sustainability ambition into its financing strategy. SP has also secured its maiden green loan facilities of S$100 million from DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB on a bilateral basis. Under the Framework, SP and its subsidiaries will be able to issue green financing instruments to finance and/or refinance eligible green projects in four categories: clean transportation, energy efficiency projects, renewable energy and green buildings. The Framework will also govern the use and management of the green loan facilities from DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB. The Framework is credible, impactful and aligned with the relevant international principles and guidelines2 , as established in findings by Sustainalytics, an independent ESG and corporate governance research, ratings and analysis firm. The firm was engaged to provide a second party opinion on the Framework. With the Framework in place, investors and lenders will now have greater visibility of the use of proceeds and the positive environmental impact of SP’s investments in sustainable energy solutions and projects that are funded by green financing instruments. This will help investors and lenders identify and fund investments and projects aligned with their sustainable investing strategy. Chief Financial Officer of SP, Ms Loong Hui Chee, said, “This Green Financing Framework is central to SP Group’s commitment to advance clean energy transition, build sustainable infrastructure and foster innovation to enable a low carbon economy. We are pleased to partner DBS, OCBC Bank and UOB to secure our maiden green loan facilities. We look forward to working with like-minded financiers to support Singapore’s efforts to build a green finance ecosystem.” Mr Lim Wee Seng, Group Head of Energy, Chemicals and Infrastructure, DBS Institutional Banking Group, said, “As Southeast Asia’s largest bank, DBS plays a significant role in financing positive change and using our expertise and sector knowledge to support leading energy companies like SP Group, in achieving their sustainable development goals. In our on-going commitment to sustainability, DBS financed about SGD 597 million of renewable and clean energy-related projects last year. We continue to see tremendous growth potential in sustainable finance with more companies exploring ways to create positive impact and as stakeholders place greater responsibility on corporates to drive both profit and purpose-driven agendas.” 1 The Framework and Second Party Opinion is available at: https://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/investor-relations 2 Green Bond Principles 2018 by the International Capital Market Association; Green Loan Principles 2020 by the Loan Market Association, Asia Pacific Loan Market Association and Loan Syndications and Trading Association; ASEAN Green Bond Standards 2018 by the ASEAN Capital Markets Forum. OCBC Bank’s head of Global Corporate Banking, Ms Elaine Lam, said, “We are pleased to support our long-time customer SP Group to drive the clean energy transition and contribute to the building of sustainable cities. Their Green Financing Framework, which we are pleased to have codeveloped, enables them to tap on green loans to fund projects that can create positive change. We look forward to partnering on more sustainable finance deals with SP Group in the future.” Mr Leong Yung Chee, Head of Group Corporate Banking, UOB said, “At UOB, we understand how important sustainability is to our client’s business model and take an active role in supporting their transition towards a low carbon future as they ramp up their sustainability strategies. We are pleased to deepen our existing relationship with Singapore’s biggest utilities group, from our partnership on UOB’s Utilities Marketplace3, to being a provider of the company’s first green loan. Our latest green loan exemplifies our commitment to helping our clients grow responsibly and demonstrates our efforts in building more sustainable and liveable cities.” More information on SP’s Green Financing Framework can be accessed at https://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/investor-relations. 3 Please refer to UOB news release: “UOB charges ahead with Singapore’s first online utility marketplace to help customers save on their monthly bills”, 6 May 2019. -Ends- About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, enabling a low-carbon, smart energy future for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable energy solutions such as cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, electric vehicle fast charging and green digital energy management tools for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG. About DBS DBS is a leading financial services group in Asia with a presence in 18 markets. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, DBS is in the three key Asian axes of growth: Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The bank's "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings are among the highest in the world. Recognised for its global leadership, DBS has been named “World’s Best Bank” by Euromoney, “Global Bank of the Year” by The Banker and “Best Bank in the World” by Global Finance. The bank is at the forefront of leveraging digital technology to shape the future of banking, having been named “World’s Best Digital Bank” by Euromoney. In addition, DBS has been accorded the “Safest Bank in Asia” award by Global Finance for 12 consecutive years from 2009 to 2020. DBS provides a full range of services in consumer, SME and corporate banking. As a bank born and bred in Asia, DBS understands the intricacies of doing business in the region’s most dynamic markets. DBS is committed to building lasting relationships with customers, and positively impacting communities through supporting social enterprises, as it banks the Asian way. It has also established a SGD 50 million foundation to strengthen its corporate social responsibility efforts in Singapore and across Asia. With its extensive network of operations in Asia and emphasis on engaging and empowering its staff, DBS presents exciting career opportunities. For more information, please visit www.dbs.com. About OCBC Bank OCBC Bank is the longest established Singapore bank, formed in 1932 from the merger of three local banks, the oldest of which was founded in 1912. It is now the second largest financial services group in Southeast Asia by assets and one of the world’s most highly-rated banks, with an Aa1 rating from Moody’s. Recognised for its financial strength and stability, OCBC Bank is consistently ranked among the World’s Top 50 Safest Banks by Global Finance and has been named Best Managed Bank in Singapore by The Asian Banker. OCBC Bank and its subsidiaries offer a broad array of commercial banking, specialist financial and wealth management services, ranging from consumer, corporate, investment, private and transaction banking to treasury, insurance, asset management and stockbroking services. OCBC Bank’s key markets are Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Greater China. It has more than 480 branches and representative offices in 19 countries and regions. These include over 230 branches and offices in Indonesia under subsidiary Bank OCBC NISP, and over 70 branches and offices in Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR under OCBC Wing Hang. OCBC Bank’s private banking services are provided by its wholly-owned subsidiary Bank of Singapore, which operates on a unique open-architecture product platform to source for the bestin-class products to meet its clients’ goals. OCBC Bank's insurance subsidiary, Great Eastern Holdings, is the oldest and most established life insurance group in Singapore and Malaysia. Its asset management subsidiary, Lion Global Investors, is one of the largest private sector asset management companies in Southeast Asia. For more information, please visit www.ocbc.com. About UOB United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB) is a leading bank in Asia with a global network of more than 500 offices in 19 countries and territories in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. Since its incorporation in 1935, UOB has grown organically and through a series of strategic acquisitions. UOB is rated among the world’s top banks: Aa1 by Moody’s Investors Service and AA- by both S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings. In Asia, UOB operates through its head office in Singapore and banking subsidiaries in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, as well as branches and representative offices across the region. Over more than eight decades, generations of UOB employees have carried through the entrepreneurial spirit, the focus on long-term value creation and an unwavering commitment to do what is right for our customers and our colleagues. We believe in being a responsible financial services provider and we are committed to making a difference in the lives of our stakeholders and in the communities in which we operate. Just as we are dedicated to helping our customers manage their finances wisely and to grow their businesses, UOB is steadfast in our support of social development, particularly in the areas of art, children and education
Sustainabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/sustainability/green-your-electricity-consumption-for-a-cleaner-and-healthier-world
SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Green your electricity consumption for a cleaner and healthier world SUSTAINABILITY So, you want to live greener, and in a way that makes a difference to the world we live in. You want to know that your lifestyle choices can make a positive impact – and you need to be able to do it affordably. SP Group’s newly launched My Green Credits™ may just be the answer. My Green Credits, a new feature on the SP Utilities app, lets you purchase “green credits” from local and overseas renewable energy projects to counter the carbon emissions from your electricity consumption. Here are three reasons why you should consider greening your electricity consumption with My Green Credits: 1) Reduce your carbon footprint, your way With My Green Credits, you get to decide how much of your energy consumption you want to green. Simply click on the “My Green Credits” feature on the SP Utilities app, select the renewable energy project, then purchase the amount of “green credits”[1] in the form of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). RECs are internationally-recognised instruments that validate the amount of green energy produced from renewable energy sources. When you purchase green credits in the form of RECs, the amount of energy you choose to green is matched by an equivalent amount of energy produced at a verified and credible renewable energy source. You can also view the approximate reduction in your carbon emissions as a result of the purchase. This means you can measure your actual contribution towards lowering carbon emissions. Click here to find out how RECs work. 2) Help generate demand for renewable energy When you purchase RECs, you are creating demand for renewable energy. You are also sending a clear signal to the market that you care about where your energy comes from. We’ve seen a growing demand for RECs from companies seeking to reduce their carbon footprint and prioritise their sustainability goals. Studies have shown that more people are buying RECs and supporting the growth of renewable energy projects. With more green energy generated, our reliance on fossil fuels will decrease as a result. Now Singapore households can do the same, and play their part in creating a low carbon, smart energy Singapore by purchasing My Green Credits. 3) Support local and global green energy projects With My Green Credits, you can choose to purchase RECs from local or international renewable energy projects. In Singapore, the government has announced that we are on track to ramp up solar capacity by more than seven times in the next decade. The increased capacity will produce enough solar energy to power up 350,000 households annually[2] by 2030.  My Green Credits also lets you purchase RECs from green projects beyond Singapore’s borders. This spurs more renewable energy generation to surface globally and brings about social benefits such as job creation and infrastructure development to local communities. A low carbon future is critical – and SP is committed to making it happen and empowering everyone to do the same. With My Green Credits, anyone with a utilities account in Singapore can make a difference, conveniently and affordably.  Purchase My Green Credits on the SP Utilities App here. [1] The cost of purchasing My Green Credits is in addition to electricity bill charges. [2] https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/environment/solar-panels-on-rooftops-or-floating-on-water-may-be-a-common-sight-soon TAGS MY GREEN CREDITSSUSTAINABILITYRECS YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ SP to design, build and operate a district cooling and heating system for the new international sports park city in Chengdu, China SP partners Capitaland to deploy distributed district cooling network at the new Geneo life sciences and innovation cluster at Singapore Science Park SP invests and builds 90-megawatt aquavoltaic farm in Shandong China
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[20220329] Media Release - SP and CJ ONS Partnershiphttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/dbc59a4f-1e6a-4fe0-be77-14392f44b58c/%5B20220329%5D+Media+Release+-+SP+and+CJ+ONS+Partnership.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID=
SP GROUP PARTNERS CJ OLIVENETWORKS VINA CO. TO EXPAND VIETNAM ROOFTOP SOLAR PORTFOLIO • The partnership targets to develop up to 50MWp of rooftop solar projects across Vietnam over the next two years • Partnership secures its first project to install and operate 2.5MWp of rooftop solar for CJ Vina Agri Singapore, Vietnam, March 28 th , 2022 — SP Group (SP) and CJ OliveNetworks Vina Co. (CJ ONS) today announced a partnership to boost Vietnam’s clean energy transformation through the development of rooftop solar projects. SP, a leading utilities group and sustainable energy solutions provider in Singapore and the Asia Pacific, and CJ ONS, a subsidiary of South Korea's CJ OliveNetworks in Vietnam, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly invest, build, and develop up to 50 Megawatt-peak (MWp) of rooftop solar projects across Vietnam over the next two years. The partnership has secured its first project to install and operate 2.5MWp of rooftop solar for a CJ Vina Agri Co Ltd (CJ Agri) manufacturing plant by June 2022. The agreements were signed by Mr Phat Nguyen, Managing Director of Vietnam, SP Group, Mr Jang Myung Soo, Chief Executive Officer, CJ ONS, and Mr Nam Ki Don, General Director, CJ Vina Agri. Through this partnership, SP and CJ ONS will combine their expertise, experience and resources in sustainable energy solutions to explore solar projects for CJ ONS’ affiliates and other commercial and industrial customers in Vietnam. CJ ONS will take on the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) functions for all joint solar projects with SP. The partnership supports Vietnam’s green ambitions to achieve carbon emission neutrality by 2050, and target to double the country’s existing wind and solar power generation capacity by 2030. 1 CJ Vina Agri, a subsidiary of South Korea's CJ Group, specialises in the production of high-quality livestock, poultry, and aquaculture feed. The deployment of 2.5MWp of rooftop solar solutions for CJ Vina Agri’s manufacturing plant marks the company’s first large-scale injection of solar power into its energy mix. The rooftop solar solution is expected to be operational by June 2022 and can deliver up to 3,577 Megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity annually. It will effectively provide 20 per cent of electricity consumed by the facility at peak load and will avoid carbon emissions of more than 3,500 tons annually, equivalent to taking approximately 1,100 cars off the road. Mr. Jang Myung Soo, CEO of CJ ONS, said, “We are honoured to partner with SP to support Vietnam’s roadmap towards a cleaner, greener energy mix. SP's sustainable energy solutions will be pivotal in enhancing energy-efficient plant operations for manufacturing facilities across all sectors and scales. We look forward to collaborating with SP to accelerate the renewable energy sector and meet growing demand in the industry by leveraging upon our combined strengths, network, expertise, and experience.” 1 Source: Vietnam targeting carbon emission neutrality by 2050, minister says | Reuters Mr. Brandon Chia, Managing Director, Southeast Asia & Australia, SP Group, said, “This partnership with CJ ONS is a significant milestone that will enhance market access to our range of renewable energy solutions and accelerate the decarbonisation of the industrial and manufacturing sector in Vietnam. Our goal is to enable the sustainable transformation of our local customers by increasing the share of renewables in both energy production and consumption for their facilities. Together with our digital and sustainable energy solutions expertise, we aim to continue growing our sustainability footprint in Vietnam and to empower the country’s green energy transition for a carbon-neutral future.” This partnership is aligned with SP’s ambitions to leverage its capabilities in sustainable energy and digital solutions to create value-added solutions for its customers in Vietnam and establish SP’s position as a leading sustainable energy solutions player in the Asia Pacific. ### About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with lowcarbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, as well as sustainable energy solutions in Singapore, China and Vietnam. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective worldwide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast-charging stations and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG. About CJ Olivenetworks Vina Co. Since its foundation in 1995, CJ OliveNetworks has achieved utmost customer satisfaction and value via the successful offering of lifestyle-based IT services such as manufacturing, distribution, logistics and media, leveraging steady growth of the company with customer trust and support. Based on numerous experiences and capabilities accumulated from building and providing IT systems and services, CJ OliveNetworks answers to needs of the market by leading the development of new technologies which corresponds to the latest IT trends including open source, big data, Internet of things(IoT), cloud computing, security, and many others. CJ OliveNetworks promises to grow into a global ICT company through consistent challenges and innovations. We also provide an end-to-end energy solution to our clients, delivering clean energy for the long term with zero effort from customers while ensuring significant savings. Our in-house design and engineering team ensures a best-in-a-class solar solution tailored to client needs and local Vietnam requirements.
SP Group Partners CJ Olivenetworks Vina Co. To Expand Vietnam Rooftop Solar Portfoliohttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/news-and-media-releases/SP-Group-Partners-Cj-Olivenetworks-Vina-Co.-To-Expand-Vietnam-Rooftop-Solar-Portfolio
Media Release SP Group Partners CJ Olivenetworks Vina Co. To Expand Vietnam Rooftop Solar Portfolio The partnership targets to develop up to 50MWp of rooftop solar projects across Vietnam over the next two years Partnership secures its first project to install and operate 2.5MWp of rooftop solar for CJ Vina Agri Singapore, Vietnam, March 28th, 2022 — SP Group (SP) and CJ OliveNetworks Vina Co. (CJ ONS) today announced a partnership to boost Vietnam’s clean energy transformation through the development of rooftop solar projects. SP, a leading utilities group and sustainable energy solutions provider in Singapore and the Asia Pacific, and CJ ONS, a subsidiary of South Korea's CJ OliveNetworks in Vietnam, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly invest, build, and develop up to 50 Megawatt-peak (MWp) of rooftop solar projects across Vietnam over the next two years. The partnership has secured its first project to install and operate 2.5MWp of rooftop solar for a CJ Vina Agri Co Ltd (CJ Agri) manufacturing plant by June 2022. The agreements were signed by Mr Phat Nguyen, Managing Director of Vietnam, SP Group, Mr Jang Myung Soo, Chief Executive Officer, CJ ONS, and Mr Nam Ki Don, General Director, CJ Vina Agri. gri. Through this partnership, SP and CJ ONS will combine their expertise, experience and resources in sustainable energy solutions to explore solar projects for CJ ONS’ affiliates and other commercial and industrial customers in Vietnam. CJ ONS will take on the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) functions for all joint solar projects with SP. The partnership supports Vietnam’s green ambitions to achieve carbon emission neutrality by 2050, and target to double the country’s existing wind and solar power generation capacity by 2030.1 CJ Vina Agri, a subsidiary of South Korea's CJ Group, specialises in the production of high-quality livestock, poultry, and aquaculture feed. The deployment of 2.5MWp of rooftop solar solutions for CJ Vina Agri’s manufacturing plant marks the company’s first large-scale injection of solar power into its energy mix. The rooftop solar solution is expected to be operational by June 2022 and can deliver up to 3,577 Megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity annually. It will effectively provide 20 per cent of electricity consumed by the facility at peak load and will avoid carbon emissions of more than 3,500 tons annually, equivalent to taking approximately 1,100 cars off the road. Mr. Jang Myung Soo, CEO of CJ ONS, said, “We are honoured to partner with SP to support Vietnam’s roadmap towards a cleaner, greener energy mix. SP's sustainable energy solutions will be pivotal in enhancing energy-efficient plant operations for manufacturing facilities across all sectors and scales. We look forward to collaborating with SP to accelerate the renewable energy sector and meet growing demand in the industry by leveraging upon our combined strengths, network, expertise, and experience.” 1Source: Vietnam targeting carbon emission neutrality by 2050, minister says | Reuters Mr. Brandon Chia, Managing Director, Southeast Asia & Australia, SP Group, said, “This partnership with CJ ONS is a significant milestone that will enhance market access to our range of renewable energy solutions and accelerate the decarbonisation of the industrial and manufacturing sector in Vietnam. Our goal is to enable the sustainable transformation of our local customers by increasing the share of renewables in both energy production and consumption for their facilities. Together with our digital and sustainable energy solutions expertise, we aim to continue growing our sustainability footprint in Vietnam and to empower the country’s green energy transition for a carbon-neutral future.” This partnership is aligned with SP’s ambitions to leverage its capabilities in sustainable energy and digital solutions to create value-added solutions for its customers in Vietnam and establish SP’s position as a leading sustainable energy solutions player in the Asia Pacific. ### About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with lowcarbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, as well as sustainable energy solutions in Singapore, China and Vietnam. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective worldwide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast-charging stations and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG. About CJ Olivenetworks Vina Co. Since its foundation in 1995, CJ OliveNetworks has achieved utmost customer satisfaction and value via the successful offering of lifestyle-based IT services such as manufacturing, distribution, logistics and media, leveraging steady growth of the company with customer trust and support. Based on numerous experiences and capabilities accumulated from building and providing IT systems and services, CJ OliveNetworks answers to needs of the market by leading the development of new technologies which corresponds to the latest IT trends including open source, big data, Internet of things(IoT), cloud computing, security, and many others. CJ OliveNetworks promises to grow into a global ICT company through consistent challenges and innovations. We also provide an end-to-end energy solution to our clients, delivering clean energy for the long term with zero effort from customers while ensuring significant savings. Our in-house design and engineering team ensures a best-in-a-class solar solution tailored to client needs and local Vietnam requirements.
[20201105] The Business Times Online - CapitaLand, SP Group and Sembcorp to explore green data centreshttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:7f38cca9-bf70-4ebb-8ce4-740f024dec2a
COMPANIES & MARKETS CapitaLand, SP Group and Sembcorp to explore green data centres � THU, NOV 05, 2020 - 8:52 AM RACHEL MUI � rachmui@sph.com.sg � @RachelMuiBT The study will initially focus on developing solutions to power CapitaLand's agship data centre at 9 Tai Seng Drive with green energy. PHOTO: CAPITALAND CAPITALAND, SP Group and Sembcorp Industries have tied up to jointly study the use of integrated energy solutions to power data centres. The integrated energy solutions will potentially include a combination of solar photovoltaic, green hydrogen and energy storage among others, the companies said on Thursday. These will be further enhanced with smart technologies to increase energy e ciency and e ectiveness, they added. The study covered under a memorandum of understanding inked among the parties will initially focus on developing solutions to power CapitaLand's agship data centre at 9 Tai Seng Drive with green energy. Results from the feasibility study expected in the second half of next year could potentially bene t other data centres in Singapore, the companies noted. Said Kelvin Fong, CapitaLand's managing director, data centre: "CapitaLand is partnering SP and Sembcorp to further enhance the sustainability of our data centres to support the growth of a clean digital economy. "The ability to leverage smart energy solutions and tap renewable energy sources at our data centres will extend CapitaLand's competitive advantage within the data centre industry while meeting our commitments towards global sustainability." The latest collaboration is the rst under SP's energy partnership programme, which aims to "help corporates meet their green ambitions and overcome energy-related business challenges using integrated energy solutions", the companies said. Research and testing will be done at SP's concept lab. Chuah Kee Heng, SP's chief executive o cer of sustainable energy solutions, said the group will provide "expertise and a conducive environment to help corporates solve their energy challenges and contribute to a low carbon, smart energy Singapore". Meanwhile, one of the targeted outcomes for Sembcorp in this partnership is to determine how green hydrogen fuel cell technologies can be most e ciently deployed in Singapore to reduce the carbon footprint of data centres, the companies noted. Said Lim Yeow Keong, Sembcorp's senior vice-president for Singapore and South-east Asia (energy): "A key goal of this project is to nd the most e cient way to lower the carbon footprint of data centres without compromising their operational resilience. With growing demand for data centres, nding carbon e cient solutions to power them is key to enable a sustainable future." CapitaLand shares closed at S$2.56 on Wednesday, down S$0.01 or 0.4 per cent, while Sembcorp shares nished at S$1.64, down S$0.02 or 1.2 per cent. BT is now on Telegram! For daily updates on weekdays and specially selected content for the weekend. Subscribe to t.me/BizTimes CAPITALAND SP GROUP SEMBCORP INDUSTRIES DATA CENTRES
[20201105] The Straits Times Online - CapitaLand, SP Group and Sembcorp to explore green data centreshttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:70df20c8-17e4-461a-977f-9254919fe2c4
THE STRAITS TIMES CapitaLand, SP Group and Sembcorp to explore green data centres CapitaLand's flagship data centre at 9 Tai Seng Drive. PHOTO: CAPITALAND PUBLISHED 1 HOUR AGO SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - CapitaLand, SP Group and Sembcorp Industries have tied up to jointly study the use of integrated energy solutions to power data centres. The integrated energy solutions will potentially include a combination of solar photovoltaic, green hydrogen and energy storage among others, the companies said on Thursday (Nov 5). These will be further enhanced with smart technologies to increase energy efficiency and effectiveness, they added. The study covered under a memorandum of understanding inked among the parties will initially focus on developing solutions to power CapitaLand's flagship data centre at 9 Tai Seng Drive with green energy. Results from the feasibility study expected in the second half of next year could potentially benefit other data centres in Singapore, the companies noted. Said Kelvin Fong, CapitaLand's managing director, data centre: "CapitaLand is partnering SP and Sembcorp to further enhance the sustainability of our data centres to support the growth of a clean digital economy. "The ability to leverage smart energy solutions and tap renewable energy sources at our data centres will extend CapitaLand's competitive advantage within the data centre industry while meeting our commitments towards global sustainability." The latest collaboration is the first under SP's energy partnership programme, which aims to "help corporates meet their green ambitions and overcome energy-related business challenges using integrated energy solutions", the companies said. Research and testing will be done at SP's concept lab. Chuah Kee Heng, SP's chief executive officer of sustainable energy solutions, said the group will provide "expertise and a conducive environment to help corporates solve their energy challenges and contribute to a low carbon, smart energy Singapore". Meanwhile, one of the targeted outcomes for Sembcorp in this partnership is to determine how green hydrogen fuel cell technologies can be most efficiently deployed in Singapore to reduce the carbon footprint of data centres, the companies noted. Said Lim Yeow Keong, Sembcorp's senior vice-president for Singapore and South-east Asia (energy): "A key goal of this project is to find the most efficient way to lower the carbon footprint of data centres without compromising their operational resilience. With growing demand for data centres, finding carbon efficient solutions to power them is key to enable a sustainable future." CapitaLand shares closed at $2.56 on Wednesday, down one cent or 0.4 per cent, while Sembcorp shares finished at $1.64, down two cents or 1.2 per cent.
SP Group to Invest and Build 90-Megawatt Aquavoltaic Farm in Shandong, Chinahttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/news-and-media-releases/SP-Group-to-Invest-and-Build-90-Megawatt-Aquavoltaic-Farm--in-Shandong--China
Media Release SP Group to Invest and Build 90-Megawatt Aquavoltaic Farm in Shandong, China China and Singapore, 23 May 2024 – SP Group (SP) is partnering Qingdao Daneng Environmental Protection Equipment Co. Ltd. (‘Qingda Environment’), a leading local provider of environmental technology solutions, to invest and build a 90-Megawatt (MW) aquavoltaic farm. The project will be connected with a hydrogen production facility to sustainably power Shandong’s first green hydrogen production plant in Qingdao City. At an investment value of over S$76 million (RMB 400 million), the project will deploy solar photovoltaic (PV) panels across 300 acres (around the size of 161 soccer fields) of an aquafarm and is on track to be connected to the grid by the end of the year. It is projected to produce 162 million kilowatt-hour of green electricity annually, while reducing carbon emissions by 160,000 tons. Combining solar power generation with aquaculture enables land use optimisation and unlocks symbiotic benefits such as reducing evaporation rates at the water surface and ecosystem restoration. The operational model will incorporate renewable energy generation, grid integration, demand-side management, and energy storage. This energy management system will maximise efficiency and energy utilisation rate through balancing demand and supply across the entire green energy generation value chain. “There is a growing need for green energy solutions as China's industrial sector embarks on a green energy transformation. This presents unique challenges and resourcing needs in each region. Leveraging our technical expertise and investment resources, SP Group welcomes the opportunity to work alongside leading industry peers such as Qingda Environment to further explore innovative applications of renewable energy, to accelerate China’s overall energy transition,” said Michael Zhong, Managing Director, China, SP Group. Upon completion, the project will supply solar power to Shandong’s first green hydrogen production plant. This will support the development of green hydrogen as a clean energy source in Shandong, advancing the province’s decarbonisation and clean energy transition. SP has a total of 1.3 Gigawatt of solar projects secured in China, with a solar investment footprint across 18 provinces and municipalities, targeting commercial estates and industrial parks. We have adopted a versatile investment approach on projects in China, ranging from greenfield developments to acquisitions. Our capabilities encompass PV installations, including  utility scale solar farms, ground-distributed and rooftop systems, as well as solutions designed for on-site consumption and demand-side energy storage. These projects specifically target regions with substantial commercial and industrial electricity needs, including Shandong, Guangdong, Jiangsu, and Zhejiang. About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, as well as sustainable energy solutions in Singapore, China, Thailand and Vietnam.  As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective worldwide.  Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast-charging stations and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region.  For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at spgrp.sg/facebook, LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and Instagram at spgrp.sg/Instagram.