When a lithium-ion battery is being charged, the ions move from the positive to the negative electrode at a fairly high voltage of 3.7 volts - much higher than the 1.5 volts in a typical alkaline battery. These ions move through a liquid electrolyte which is highly flammable – and that is why [...]
NUS and NTU will set up a Singapore Energy Centre with ExxonMobil in 2019 to meet future energy needs in Asia Pacific.
The sustainABLE NUS Showcase was NUS’ inaugural event to highlight actions that the University is taking to transform NUS into a greener campus sand to meet sustainability challenges of today and the future.
National University of Singapore Centre for Energy Research and Technology (NUS-CERT) is partnering Clean Energy Research Centre (TP-CERC) of Temasek Polytechnic.
Asst Prof. Praveen Linga, Co-Lead for Natural Gas got interviewed by the Straits Time, Channel News Asia and Lian He Zaobao
Energy Market Authority (EMA) announced it had awarded $15 million in research grants to six projects on cost-effective energy storage innovations.
In May 2015, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) has launched a $15 million grant call to all Institute of Higher Learnings (IHLs) to look at enabling the deployment of energy storage under Singapore’s hot, humid and urbanised environment.
The Energy Efficiency in Process Industry Workshop was held on 17th October 2016 in Fusionopolis MPSH1. This is a jointly organized workshop by CERT, NUS and Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences, A-STAR.
Led by Associate Professor PS Lee, deputy director of Centre for Energy Research and Technology, a Joint Workshop on SITES for Low Carbon District was held in NUS on 4thAugust 2016.
Lloyd’s Register and NUS Engineering join forces to develop solidified natural gas (SNG) technology for natural gas storage
A research contract agreement has been signed between researchers from NUS Engineering and Lloyd’s Register Global Technology Centre Pte Ltd.