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Partnership in Green Innovation in Singapore Electricity Market. KokChan Kwong 官国田 Senoko Energy Private Limited 圣诺哥能源私营有限公司 22 October 2011. ASEAN-China Environmental Cooperation Forum 2011 Nanning, Guangxi, China. Content. National Electricity Market, Singapore

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Partnership in green innovation in singapore electricity market

Partnership in Green Innovation in Singapore Electricity Market

KokChan Kwong

官国田

Senoko Energy Private Limited

圣诺哥能源私营有限公司

22 October 2011

ASEAN-China Environmental Cooperation Forum 2011

Nanning, Guangxi, China


Content

Content

  • National Electricity Market, Singapore

  • Greenhouse gas reduction

  • Carbon ranking by CARMA.org

  • Conserving water

  • Community engagement

  • Concluding remark


Partnership in green innovation in singapore electricity market

National Electricity Market Singapore 2010

  • Market transactions = US$5.7 billion(GDP ≈ US$200 billion)

  • Installed capacity = 10.4 GW

  • New capacity (2012-2014) ≈ 3 GW

  • Peak demand = 6.3 GW

  • Gas-fired Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) capacity = 6.2 GW

  • Piped-gas import moratorium until arrival of LNG supply in 2013

  • 10-year demand growth = 4%/yr

Power Generation Companies

SP PowerGrid

SINGAPORE

POWER GROUP

SP Services

Electricity Retailers

EMA

Industry

Regulator

Industry

Promoter &

Developer

System Operator

Consumers

NON-CONTESTABLE

<10,000 kWh

(mainly households)

CONTESTABLE (two-third)

≥10,000 kWh

(Industrial/commercial users)

EMC

Wholesale Market

Operator


Greenhouse gas reduction

Greenhouse Gas Reduction


Senoko repowering reduce re use recycle

Senoko Repowering – Reduce, Re-use & Recycle

360MW oil plants

750MW oil plants

1095MW CCGT

Repower 860MW

500MW oil/gas steam plants

850MW CCGT

Before 2000

2005-2009

  • Reduction of GHG by 2,500,000 tonnes per year by repowering the ageing 3x120MW oil-fired steam plants into gas-fired 3x365MW CCGT in 2000-2004.

  • When completed in 2012, the new 2x430MW CCGT at Stage 2 will have 2% higher efficiency than the current best F-class fleet in Singapore. GHG will be reduced by another 1,000,000 tonnes per year.


Partnership in green innovation in singapore electricity market

Carbon Dioxide Generated in kg/MWh in 1990s to 2007(ASEAN)

2007 Electricity TWh

2007 CO2 mm tonnes

Source: Data from CARMA (www.carma.org)

0.29

1.70

2.74

7.20

13.15

33.40

25.31

61.40

0.70

0.16

1.38

2.78

31.38

61.10

69.84

124.00

59.23

94.60

82.72

125.00

Dirty >794 kg/MWh

Clean

<113 kg/MWh


Conserving water

Conserving Water


Cost comparison water is affordable in singapore

Cost comparison – Water is affordable in Singapore

National Geographic April 2010

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What get measured what get done

Desalination Plant

What get measured what get done

Management buy-in

Certified water efficient building

Awareness training

Report leak immediately


Annual water consumption

Annual Water Consumption

Cost savings over 2 years

= NeWater savings + Potable water savings

= [(653,959-522,717)*1.67] + [(248,108-80,669)*2.23)]

=S$592,563 (US$420k)

Leakage Control

Efficiency gain +40%

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External capacity building

External Capacity Building

Community Engagement

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Collaboration with agencies ngos

Collaboration with agencies & NGOs

The National Weather Study Project Competition (now renamed as Senoko Climate Change Challenge) was launched in 2005 with support from eight agencies including MOE, MEWR, NEA and NParks. Its aim is to raise the awareness among the school going children of the impacts of climate change on the environment. Students are encouraged to undertake hands-on environmental related projects beyond the textbooks and through learning by doing. In this way, they learn to think globally and act locally.

The adoption of SungeiSembawang entails working with PUB, Waterway Watch Society and neighbourhood schools to pick up litters along the park connectors and edges of the waterway. The aim is to inculcate environmental conservation and marine preservation among the young. Over 3,000 students have participated and learnt to appreciate our waterways through this community involvement programme since 2008.


Collaboration with agencies

Collaboration with agencies

Among the pioneer batch of electric vehicles to be on trial in a compact road system in Singapore under the auspices of Land Transport Authority and Energy Market Authority. The vehicle is also offered to academic institutions for project studies.

Together with PUB and Defence HQ to promote energy efficiency and water conservation, hold regular utilities seminars to NS men in the depots of Republic of Singapore Air Force and Singapore Arm Forces. Over 2,000 NS men and defence personnel had attended the seminars.


Energy challenges

Energy Challenges

SAFE, SECURE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY GAS & ELECTRICITY SUPPLIES AT COMPETITIVE PRICES

THE PRIME ENERGY CHALLENGE

  • Alignment of Three Es essential pre-requisite

  • Economic Policy

  • Energy Policy

  • Environmental Policy

FUEL SUPPLY

ENVIRONMENT

MARKET DEVELOPMENT

STRATEGIC ISSUES & CHALLENGE

  • Emissions reduction

  • Post-Kyoto Carbon economy

  • Internal & external capacity building

  • Liberalisation process

  • Diversity

  • Reliability

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Concluding remarks

Concluding Remarks

Rising fossil fuel prices and Singapore dependence on imported energy

Coherent energy policies & incentives from regulating agencies for businesses to invest in new and emerging technologies

Senoko embraces triple bottomline business philosophy. We are NOT the problem. We are the solutions provider.

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Partnership in green innovation in singapore electricity market

Mr. Kwong Kok Chan

GM

Senoko Energy Pte Ltd

111 Somerset Road #05-06

Singapore 238164

Tel: (65) 6750 0218

Fax: (65) 6754 7101

Email: [email protected]

www.senokoenergy.com

Thank You

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