Stolthaven Singapore is implementing several sustainability initiatives as part of its core company philosophy to reduce its impact on the environment
Several sustainability initiatives to generate more renewable forms of energy to power Stolthaven Singapore are being developed to reduce the terminal’s carbon footprint.
A project to harness the potential of renewable energy has involved solar panels being installed to the administration and substation buildings at the terminal located in the Tembusu Cluster on Jurong Island. The company entered into a power purchase agreement with the Renewables Energy Corporation (now known as Sembcorp Solar) in April 2015, where 501 TwinPeak series panels were installed, making it one of the first bulk storage terminals in the world to
use solar energy. These panels have the capability of generating 138-kilowatt peak (kWp), and the energy generated is used to provide electricity for general appliances in the administrative building.