First Request for Proposal (RFP1)

EMA has issued the first Request for Proposal (RFP1) on 12 November 2021, for the import of up to 1.2 GW of electricity to begin by 2027.

Potential importers will have to demonstrate their supply reliability, credibility and track record, cost-competitiveness, and ability to supply and manage the carbon output of generation supply. Proposals for electricity imported from coal-fired generation will not be accepted.

Submissions for the Initial Bids of the RFP1 closed on 14 Apr 2022, 3pm. EMA received a total of 20 proposals to import electricity from four countries - Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia and Thailand. 

The submission deadline for Final Bids of the RFP1 is on 14 Jun 2022, 3pm (Singapore time). The results are expected to be announced in Q4 of 2022. Please refer to the following documents for more details.

As an indication of interest, Participants are required to fill in their contact details in Form A of the RFP document and email it to Regional_Grids@ema.gov.sg as soon as possible. This is to provide an official contact point between each Participant and EMA. All official information and notifications on the RFP will be disseminated through the official contact points.

Clarifications

No. Description Date
1 Clarification 1 17 December 2021
2 Clarification 2 19 January 2022
3 Clarification 3 25 February 2022

More information on SP Group's involvement in electricity imports can be found on this page.


Contacts of Potential Importers

Parties who are interested to purchase electricity from import projects may contact the potential importers in the table below.

Note: This list is non-exhaustive and for informational purposes only. EMA does not endorse any of the companies listed and reserves the right to amend and update the list.

Potential Importer Name of Contact Point Email
Annica Holdings Limited / Industrial Engineering Systems Pte Ltd Ms Sandra Liz Hon, Mr Steve Phuah sandralizhon@annica.com.sg; projects@htenergy.co
China Energy Green Technology Pte Ltd
Mr James Kho
james@chinaenergy.sg
China Southern Power Grid International (HK) Co., Limited
Mr Wu Fang, Mr Chen Wu
wufang4@csgihk.cn;
chenwu@csgihk.cn
Diamond Electric Pte. Ltd Mr Dallon Kay dekay@diamond-energy.com.sg
Fresh Air Energy VII Pte. Ltd.
Mr Tawfique Roseli
troseli@ecoplexus.com
Hero Future Energies Asia Pte Ltd
Mr Oman Singh
oman.singh@herofutureenergies.com
Jinko Power (HK) Company Limited
Mr Kartikeya Singh
kartikeya.singh@jinkopower.com
ib vogt (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. Mr Joost van Acht  Electricity.Import.SG@ibvogt.com 
Keppel Electric Pte Ltd
Mr Tan Jian Hui
jianhui.TAN@kepinfra.com
Keppel Renewable Energy Pte Ltd
Mr Kenny Tan
kenny.tan@keppelgroup.com
LS Electric Co., Ltd (Singapore Branch)
Mr Lee Changkee
cklee1@ls-electric.com
Megawind
Ms Adeline Lee
adeline@megawind.my
Neuto Pte Ltd
Mr Andy Low
andy.low@neutogroup.com
Newon Energies Pte Ltd
Mr Vijay Sirse
vijay.sirse@newonenergies.com
PacificLight Power Pte Ltd
Ms Clare Savereux
solar@pacificlight.com.sg
Sembcorp Utilities Pte. Ltd.
Ms Kristine Lee
kristine.lee@sembcorp.com
Senoko Energy Pte Ltd
Mr Marcus Tan
marcustan@senokoenergy.com
Sientratek Energy
Mr Han Fook Kwang
han.fk@unchartedpower.sg
State Grid International Development Co., Ltd
Mr Li Xinglei
Mr Li Shuang
lixinglei@stategrid.com.cn; 
lishuang@stategrid.com.cn
Sun Cable (Singapore) Assets Pte Ltd
Mr Mitesh Patel
greenpower@suncable.sg
Sunseap Batam Pte Ltd
Mr Lim Meng Yang
mengyang.lim@sunseap.com
Total Energies Renewables DG
Mr Lorenzo Mancini
lorenzo.mancini@totalenergies.com
Trina Solar Co., Ltd
Mr Tommy Tang
meng.tang02@trinasolar.com
Tuas Power Generation Pte Ltd
Mr Gerald Ng
geraldng@tuaspower.com.sg
Union Energy Corporation Pte Ltd
Mr Dylan Ng
dylan.ng@unionenergy.com.sg
YTL Renewables Pte Ltd
Mr Lim Han Kwang,
Mr Kenneth Yong
hankwang.lim@geneco.sg; 
kenneth.yong@geneco.sg
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