EMA and Shell Singapore have signed a Memorandum of
Understanding during Energy Innovation 2019 to formalise a partnership to nurture local start-ups in the energy sector and help them build
capacity in areas such as renewable energy, distributed power
generation, and energy storage systems. EMA and Shell will jointly provide support through the Shell IdeaRefinery, a entrepreneurial development programme, to incubate promising local
start-ups, and help translate their solutions to meet market needs.
Participating start-ups could also have the opportunity to work alongside Shell
and EMA to develop and test-bed their solutions. Application details for the
initiatives will be released at a later date.
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Inaugural EMA-Enterprise Singapore Joint Grant Call for Local Enterprises to Develop Energy Solutions
During Energy Innovation on 20 Sep 2018, EMA and Enterprise Singapore jointly launched a Grant Call for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to develop solutions for deploying solar energy and optimising energy consumption. This is in line with EMA’s efforts to catalyse R&D initiatives to keep Singapore’s energy options open and strengthen the resilience of the power system.
The inaugural joint grant call seeks to build up SMEs’ capabilities and intellectual properties in the energy industry, while supporting the growth and the internationalisation of their businesses. More information on the Grant Call and application process can be found at the Gov-PACT portal. All proposals must be submitted by 8 January 2019, 12pm (UTC+8).
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