You are here

Ultralight ‘supermaterial’ made using plastic bottle waste

By : editor_2, Nov 5, 2018

Scientists have developed a way to convert plastic bottle waste into flexible and durable aerogels that could be used for heat and sound insulation in buildings, oil spill cleaning, and as a...

Read more..

GIP-led investors group to buy Equis for $5 billion in largest ever clean energy deal

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 26, 2017

A group of investors led by Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) will acquire Equis Energy for $5 billion. The other investors in the largest clean energy deal till date include Canada’s Public...

Read more..

Indian Companies Seek Business-Trust Listings in Singapore

By : Sustainability ..., Oct 3, 2013

 Indian wind-power developers and a toll-road operator are flocking to list in Singapore, but they could be in for a bumpy ride thanks to India's struggles with a weaker currency and an ailing economy.

Companies from the South Asian country seeking to unlock value from...

Read more..

Renewable energy firms explore listing in Singapore

By : Sustainability ..., May 16, 2013

Several Indian renewable energy firms are exploring the option of listing on the Singapore stock exchange (SGX) as they look for better valuations and also seek to benefit from the concept of “business trusts”.

The companies include IL&FS Wind Power Trust, Mytrah...

Read more..

Water Supply, Air Pollution Most Pressing Issues For Cities, Say Participants At Singapore's World Cites Summit

By : Preeti Aggarwal, Jul 5, 2010

Clean and adequate water and clean air rank as among the current top concerns for some cities around the world - with waste management, jobs, housing, and balancing development and the environment identified as the next most pressing issues today. That is the response from a...

Read more..
Subject Tags: Singapore , Technology

Financial Solutions: Singapore’s new carbon credit exchange set to ...

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 28, 2009

A carbon credit exchange is to be up and running in Singapore before next year.

A senior Singapore government official has announced a new commodities exchange to trade carbon credits before the end of the year, Financial Soultions has learned.

The Senior...

Read more..