Singapore’s power plants should have the ability to be retrofitted to become 100% hydrogen-ready in future, according to the Energy Market Authority (EMA).
“This will ensure that Singapore’s new power generation units can further reduce their emissions when hydrogen becomes more commercially viable,” it states.
Tier 1 encompasses the entry of lower-carbon intensive generation units, such as more efficient Combined Cycle Gas Turbines (CCGTs) that provide baseload electricity capacity. They need to keep within a 0.355 tCO2e/MWh emission intensity limit, around 10% more carbon-efficient than the existing generation units in Singapore.
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