EMA-Shell Partnership

Nurturing Local Energy Start-ups

EMA and Shell Singapore signed a Memorandum of Understanding at EMA's Energy Innovation 2019 event to nurture local energy start-ups. This would help them build capabilities in areas such as renewable energy, distributed power generation, and Energy Storage Systems (ESS).

EMA and Shell will jointly provide support through the Shell Startup Engine. It is an entrepreneurial development programme to incubate promising local start-ups and help refine their energy-related solutions to meet market needs. Participating start-ups also have the opportunity to work alongside EMA and Shell to develop and testbed their solutions. More information on the programme and application details can be found at the Shell Startup Engine website.


EMA-Shell Joint Request for Proposal

EMA and Shell launched a Joint Request for Proposal (RFP) on 17 July 2020 to design and deploy battery energy storage systems (BESS) with improved cooling and fire safety technologies, fast electric vehicle chargers (EVCs), and implementation of a smart energy management system that integrates distributed energy resources at three Shell service stations.

The solution will be the first-of-its-kind to be deployed in service stations in Singapore. The Joint RFP provides opportunities for the industry, especially Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs), to work alongside Shell to testbed their solutions at Shell service stations and build track records to enhance their competitiveness.

The call closed on 6 August 2020 and submitted applications are currently under evaluation. 

Grant Call   Aim Details
EMA-Shell Joint RFP To design and deploy battery energy storage systems (BESS) with improved cooling and fire safety technologies, fast electric vehicle chargers (EVCs), and a smart energy management system that integrates distributed energy resources at three Shell service stations.
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