Mitsubishi Power in Singapore
Mitsubishi Power supports Singapore’s decarbonization goals with our advanced energy solutions including gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) power plants, hydrogen co-firing gas turbines, battery energy storage solutions, TOMONI™, and long-term service agreements. As the country pursues even cleaner energy, we are dedicated to innovation that will help meet electricity demand and build a future of sustainable energy.
Our regional headquarters in Singapore also empower Mitsubishi Power teams across Asia Pacific in their work of delivering technologies and services, enabling the energy transition in their respective markets.
For over 50 years, we have played a crucial role in evolving Singapore’s energy sector, offering world-class energy solutions to power the development of the country.
Since then, we have established and maintained a strong track record in Singapore, collaborating with local partners to ensure that growing power demands are met with increased efficiency and reduced carbon emissions, while revitalizing ageing power plants to ensure operability, reliability and efficiency in the long run.
Our industry-leading product lineup includes gas turbine combine cycle power plants, gas turbines that can co-fire hydrogen and ammonia, and digital solutions that can support Singapore’s net-zero emissions goal. We also have a team of experts who provide quality service and maintenance support to address energy security needs.
Moving forward, we remain committed to helping Singapore achieve cleaner power generation in line with the national vision for a greener and more sustainable future.
Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Mitsubishi Power Asia Pacific
Gas Turbine Combined Cycle (GTCC) Power PlantsOur innovation in hydrogen combustion technologies can be applied to a wide range of gas turbines, creating significant potential for carbon emissions reduction. To date, our large-frame gas turbines are capable of 30% hydrogen co-firing, and we are working toward the commercialization of gas turbines that are capable of 100% hydrogen firing by 2025.
Hydrogen Co-Firing Our innovation in hydrogen combustion technologies can be applied to a wide range of gas turbines, creating significant potential for carbon emissions reduction. To date, our large-frame gas turbines are capable of 30% hydrogen co-firing, and we are working toward the commercialization of gas turbines that are capable of 100% hydrogen firing by 2025.
TOMONI TMThis suite of intelligent digital solutions leverages advanced controls, artificial intelligence and machine learning to make energy systems smarter and more efficient. TOMONI helps to optimize power plant operations, prolong equipment lifespan and save costs. By pair cutting-edge technology with strong customer and partner collaboration, we are making the future of power smarter and more sustainable.
Services: Long Term Service Agreement (LTSA)We provide tailored coverage and risk management plans for power plants and energy solutions by tapping on our wide network of experts and decades of technical expertise. We support our customers with LTSAs which help maximize the value of their power plants by identifying and addressing potential faults and further enhancing their efficient operation.
Services: Energy Efficiency Optimization, CO2 Reduction and Rejuvenation ProjectsWith our strong innovation and engineering capabilities, we can optimize and extend the lives of existing power plants. Our decades of expertise help us provide both short- and long-term maintenance plans and make existing assets more competitive. In December 2021, we completed upgrade works for two GTCC units at Senoko Power Station, improving energy efficiency and reducing annual carbon emissions by 15,000 tons. We also participated in the rejuvenation of a boiler at Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore, extending the life of the unit and ensuring more reliable operation.
Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS)Our BESS solutions support the adoption of renewables and help stabilize the grid, by enabling storage and future deployment of excess energy. With flexible resource capacity, power producers will be able to better adapt to intermittences and changes in energy demand, mitigating risks in power supply and strengthening energy security.
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