We are also exploring other energy technologies such as Carbon Capture, Utlitisation and Storage (CCUS).
CCUS involves capturing carbon dioxide emitted by sources like power plants and transforming it into useful products or storing it to prevent atmospheric release.
There are challenges in implementing CCUS technologies domestically as Singapore lacks suitable underground storage options for carbon dioxide. In addition, these technologies are still in early stages of development and are costly.
Hence, we have commissioned studies to better understand the potential for CCUS pathways to reduce Singapore’s carbon emissions in the longer term.