Singapore’s energy sector is evolving, driven by technological advancements and climate change. Declining costs of clean energy have spurred investments, altering the way we generate, distribute and use energy. To enable a sustainable energy future for Singapore, EMA will continue to work with the industry and research community to: 

  • Catalyse Research & Innovation: To enable the integration of more clean energy into our power system, help reduce energy demand and strengthen grid resilience in support of the Singapore Energy Transition.
  • Support Enterprise Development: To strengthen the translation of ideas into new market opportunities and nurture a vibrant energy ecosystem.
  • Facilitate Deployment of Promising Solutions: To address industry-relevant challenges, and help our local enterprises build track records and international competitiveness through strategic partnerships.

Watch two videos on how EMA has been working with industry and the research community to co-create innovative energy storage systems (ESS) and digital solutions to achieve the Singapore Energy Transition. The Project Showcase also provides a list of R&D projects that EMA has supported. 

 

New Energy Opportunities

EMA rolls out competitive grant calls to catalyse applied R&D of innovative technologies and solutions. This aims to address industry-relevant challenges and opportunities in the energy sector that lead to long-term solutions for Singapore's energy challenges. Over the past few years, EMA has awarded over $100 million in grants, benefitting over 60 companies and 20 Institutes of Higher Learning/Research Institutes.

The grant calls below are open for application. For enquiries, please email us at EMA_Enterprise_Development@ema.gov.sg.

 Grant Calls Aim  Downloads 
2nd EMA-SIT Exploiting Distributed GEneration (EDGE) Grant Call SIT invites submission of proposals for RD&D projects that will strengthen and develop new capabilities in the areas of distributed generation to prepare Singapore for a decentralised energy system, through electrical power engineering. There are two domain areas for this grant call:
  • Interconnection and Management of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) with Utility Grid to Provide Non-Homogeneous Power Quality.
  • Asset Management with Computational Intelligence Based Predictive Maintenance that can manage Large Number of DERs including Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) Technologies.
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3rd EMA-KETEP Joint Grant Call EMA and KETEP are seeking proposals for industry-led R&D projects in the field of Cybersecurity to (i) develop innovative solutions to better secure our power systems; and (ii) promote productive partnerships and capability exchanges between Singapore and the Republic of Korea. Please refer to the Request-for-Proposal documents for more details.

Interested applicants may fill up the Partnership Development Information Exchange Form linked here. Information collected from the form will be updated periodically in the document linked here for interested South Korean organisations to refer to. Interested applicants may also refer to KETEP’s website linked here for the list of interested South Korean applicants.
Request-for-Proposal Documents

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