Renewable Energy

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Renewable Energy

At Sembcorp, we are committed to transforming our portfolio from brown to green to support the global energy transition. We aim to quadruple our gross installed renewable energy capacity to 10GW by 2025, up from 2.6GW at the end of 2020.

With a renewable energy capacity of more than 3,300MW, our renewable energy portfolio comprises wind, solar and energy storage in key markets such as Singapore, Vietnam, China, India and the UK, and we continue to target growth in this sector.

Present in: China and India       Capacity: 2,419MW

We began our renewables journey with our first wind power acquisition in China in 2012. Our wind power assets in China are spread across the vast regions of Hebei and Inner Mongolia, supplying clean energy to China’s grid. In India, we are the first developer to complete and deliver 800MW of wind power from the first three tenders by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI). Through a focus on technology and building assets for long-term deployment, we also achieved the highest wind capacity under self-operations of any independent power producer in India.

Present in: Singapore, India and Vietnam      Capacity: 784MW

In 2015, Sembcorp acquired our first solar energy asset in India. We have since entered the solar energy space in Singapore and Vietnam. Today, we are a leading solar energy provider in Singapore. Sembcorp offers a full suite of solutions including ground-mounted, rooftop and floating solar PV systems.

In July 2021, we completed one of the world’s largest inland floating solar farms in Singapore, the 60MWp Sembcorp Tengeh Floating Solar Farm. In India, we are building a 400MW solar power project in Rajasthan, to support the nation’s clean energy mission.

Present in: UK      Capacity: 120MW

We are developing one of UK’s largest battery energy storage projects to support the UK’s net zero target. This solution provides frequency and stability support to the grid, thus enabling markets like the UK to have a greater uptake of renewable energy.

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