Around 11,000 MW of gross power capacity and the ability to generate energy from a diversity of fuels
Sembcorp is a developer, owner and operator of energy facilities with a total gross capacity of around 11,000 megawatts. We have the ability to generate energy from a diversity of fuels, including natural gas, coal and renewable sources, and to apply technologies for greater efficiency and lower carbon emissions.
Globally, we are building a balanced portfolio of thermal and renewable assets.
In Singapore, we also import and supply natural gas, and retail electricity.
Sembcorp applies technologies for greater efficiency and lower emissions across our thermal power plants.
Sembcorp’s gas-fired power facilities utilise combined cycle gas turbine, cogeneration, or combined power and desalination technologies for increased efficiency.
Sembcorp's coal-fired facilities utilise efficient supercritical technology, which allows for enhanced efficiency and reduced emissions compared to conventional plants.
Sembcorp is committed to sustainable power generation, with a renewable energy portfolio that includes wind, solar, energy-from-waste and biomass energy assets in Singapore, China, India and the UK. Our renewable energy capacity stands at over 1,400 megawatts of power in operation and under development, as well as 330 tonnes per hour of steam.
Sembcorp has wind power assets in operation and under development in China and India.
Our renewable portfolio also includes solar power assets in India and Singapore.
Energy-from-Waste and Biomass
As part of our drive towards sustainability, Sembcorp harnesses energy from waste, including recycled wood from construction and demolition waste, as well as industrial, commercial and municipal waste. This not only creates value from waste, but helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In Singapore, Sembcorp manages the entire energy-from-waste value chain, from waste collection to the generation of steam to supply to our customers.
Sembcorp is Singapore's first commercial importer and retailer of natural gas, and brings in 431 billion British thermal units of natural gas per day from West Natuna in Indonesia. This gas is supplied to major power generation and petrochemical companies.
Singapore Retail Natural Gas Business
For more information on the procedure for applying for natural gas supply and a gas connection in Singapore, please refer to the Sembcorp Gas Handbook.
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