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Energy Optimisation Strategies for Businesses in Singapore

More businesses in Singapore are becoming increasingly aware of their carbon footprint and the environmental impacts of their daily operations. This has stimulated new initiatives which focus on achieving energy efficiency and sustainability.

Onsite optimisation strategies include upgrading infrastructure and targeted system retrofits designed to help increase overall energy efficiency and operating performance through a system-based building analysis and approach. This approach will allow businesses to better optimise their energy consumption, manage costs, and achieve sustainability goals.

Despite the Singapore government’s best efforts to reduce emissions from as early as 1970 by

There are numerous reasons why your business can benefit from implementing energy optimisation strategies such as:

  • Addressing proactive renewal of all building systems by applying an integrated, life cycle approach
  • Meeting internal sustainability and decarbonisation targets
  • Mitigating any underlying losses, both economical and operational, associated with equipment failure and downtime
  • Introducing cost-saving efforts to overall building maintenance and operations spending

While these energy optimisation strategies do require extensive and coordinated planning, it can provide greater savings to your business in the long run. These efforts can also put your facility on the net-zero path.

Net zero is in reference to the balance between how much greenhouse gas is released into and removed from the atmosphere. In a previous article, we explained the meaning of carbon neutral, whereby the emissions produced from fueling your business with natural gas are balanced by carbon offset projects such as forestry preservation and renewable energy projects. This is part of what it takes to achieve a net-zero goal of climate neutrality.

 What Upgrades Can Your Business Make? 

Some upgrades that your business can make as part of your business’s energy optimisation strategies include:

  • Installing the right-sized heating and cooling systems
  • Implementing enhanced building automation systems and technologies, and advanced monitoring and metering to align the overall systems with your facility’s occupancy (i.e., dynamic scheduling, load sensing, occupancy sensors for lighting, etc.)
  • Installing intelligent lighting systems and incorporating daylight harvesting and advanced control strategies
  • Building envelope upgrades (i.e. roof insulation, radiant barrier, cool roof, wall insulation, etc.)

Switching your business’s power source to a renewable energy source (i.e. Liquefied Natural Gas)

Consider the Use of Technologies to Find Opportunities 

It’s imperative that businesses looking to implement an energy optimisation strategy understand their daily energy consumption, which includes understanding where and when energy is being utilised by what end-use systems. Deploying the right automated technologies for your business can support the gathering of data for further analysis to better pinpoint areas where energy consumption can be reduced.

 Switch to LNG 

Consider switching to GasHub’s Liquefied Natural Gas to power your daily operations. LNG is a colourless, non-toxic liquid natural gas. When cooled to -162℃, it shrinks by 600 times, and will not ignite below 540℃. This type of gas emits almost no environmentally-damaging sulphur dioxide, 30% less carbon dioxide as compared to fuel, and 45% less than coal. Furthermore, it also has a proven twofold reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions. LNG vaporises; therefore, it leaves no ground or water residue, and is harmless to aquatic life and waterways.

At GasHub, sustainability is our utmost priority. As the leading gas player in Singapore, we specialise in LNG-centric gas distribution and engineering. Our solution enables a path toward a cleaner and greener environment and helps businesses reduce energy costs and carbon emissions while increasing profit. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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Impacts of Climate Change on Businesses in Singapore 

Singaporeans are no strangers to year-round warm weather, but we are not shielded from the impending impacts of climate change that is the cause of recently increased temperatures. According to the National Climate Change Secretariat, reports from 1980 to 2020 have shown an increase in annual mean temperature from 26.9℃ to 28.0℃.

Climate change raises concerns in numerous areas such as:

  • rising sea levels;
  • difficulty in water resource management;
  • effects on biodiversity and greenery;
  • effects on public health;
  • urban heat island effect;
  • and food security.

Despite the Singapore government’s best efforts to reduce emissions from as early as 1970 by establishing the Anti-Pollution Unit to tackle air pollution, Singapore’s constraints as a small, highly urbanized city-state with a population of over 5 million have made all endeavors following this a challenge.

How Bad Can It Be?

Climate change doesn’t just affect the public but businesses in Singapore as well.  Business activities in Singapore can be severely affected by the occurrence of irregular, but frequent weather extremes, leading to disruptions of business supply chains and volatile food prices as more than 90% of food resources in Singapore are imported.

More regulators, banks, financial institutions, and institutional investors in Singapore are taking the initiative to establish practices through internal systems and operational frameworks to identify, set timelines for improvements, and tighten controls for carbon-intensive industries as part of the global consensus in the “change of climate.”

According to Business Times, businesses that are not willing to improve their carbon footprint will eventually be renounced by financial institutions and private equity. These businesses may also be avoided by regulators of financial and capital markets.

Besides, the most obvious shift is in the mindset of retail investors, notably in their preferences to invest in sustainable and eco-conscious public-listed businesses. This can heavily impact businesses in Singapore that are not on board with the global Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) movement.

Ways To Reduce The Impact

Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Teo Chee Hean, spoke at the most recent Ecosperity Week. He highlighted, “To remain competitive in the long term, businesses will need to incorporate decarbonisation and climate risks into their strategies.

He spoke directly about the impact climate change will have on businesses, especially when it comes to disruptions of operating models and supply chains.

Companies looking to avoid the risk of being written off by financial regulators and investors or even potentially losing customers can consider switching to a cleaner source of energy such as GasHub’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to power their businesses.

LNG is a colourless and non-toxic liquid natural gas. When cooled to -162℃, it shrinks by 600 times and will not ignite below 540℃. It emits almost no environmentally-damaging sulphur dioxide, 30% less carbon dioxide as compared to fuel, and 45% less compared to coal. Not to mention, it also has a proven twofold reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions. LNG vaporises, leaving no ground or water residue, and is harmless to aquatic life and waterways.

At GasHub, sustainability is our utmost priority. As the leading gas player in Singapore, we specialise in LNG-centric gas distribution and engineering. Our solution enables a path toward a cleaner and greener environment and helps businesses reduce energy costs and carbon emissions while increasing profit. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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Grow Your Business with a Sustainability Agenda

Whether you’re a small business or a large organisation, we can all do our part to be more conscious of our business decisions. While there is no international standard to benchmark a sustainable economy, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore fell short with only a ‘B’ grade when it came to sustainability in areas such as decarbonization, environmental stewardship, and labor conditions.

Even with the Singapore Green Plan 2030 and the government hiking carbon taxes, businesses in Singapore can take action with a sustainability agenda.

What is a Sustainability Agenda?  

Simply put, it is a plan set in place by a business to achieve goals around financial, social, and environmental sustainability. The agenda should be in the best interest of the environment, consumers, and the business. As a matter of fact, a sustainable business can be both environmentally friendly and profitable.

Decreasing your business’s negative impacts on the environment can be profitable, and numerous companies worldwide have been shown to generate USD 1 billion a year in revenue. Small businesses can also incorporate sustainable practices into their long-term goals and get a head start with a sustainability agenda.

Steps to Develop a Sustainability Agenda

Here are four easy steps your business can follow to develop a sustainability agenda that will yield positive results for both the environment and your bottom line.

1. Assess Your Business 

It’s time to assess your business for areas of improvement. Sometimes, to increase revenue and profit, it’s good practice to do regular audits. Is your business aligned with the Singapore government’s sustainable development agenda? When was the last time your business checked compliance?

Keeping abreast of global issues such as global warming and energy crises can offer insights into your business on this front, allowing you the opportunity to close the gap.

2.  Seek Opportunities and Innovate

A successful sustainable business identifies opportunities to improve and innovate. Inspect your business and seek opportunities for enhancements. Once these opportunities are spotted, work towards creating innovative solutions with sustainability in minds such as reducing carbon footprint and energy consumption.

3. Create a Vision

Your business’s vision for sustainability should be what makes it tick. Choose a cause as the driving passion of your efforts, create a clear vision for each division or department, and be specific about your business’s sustainability model. With all of these in place, your organisation, top to bottom, can strive towards this shared vision.

 4.  Implementation

Once you’re all set, it’s time to execute your plans. Clearly communicate your company’s new sustainability agenda to your employees. The collective effort of a team will ensure the successful implementation of these new initiatives. Policies can be set in place for specific departments or divisions to make the transition easier in this new direction.

At GasHub, sustainability is our utmost priority. As a leading gas player in Singapore, we specialise in LNG-centric gas supply and technology solutions. Our solutions enable paths toward a cleaner and greener environment and help businesses reduce energy costs and carbon emissions while increasing profit. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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5 Reasons for Businesses in Singapore to Switch to Carbon-Neutral LNG 

As we’ve explained in our previous article, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is a natural gas source that boast to reduce carbon emissions by up to 30% and is a great alternative source of energy for Singapore. 

What exactly is Carbon-Neutral LNG? 

To put it simply, carbon neutral means that the emissions produced from fueling your business in Singapore with natural gas are balanced by carbon offset projects. It refers to the purchase of carbon credits in order to offset emissions that are produced from LNG supply chains. These carbon credits are used to fund various offset projects such as reforestation, afforestation, and even renewable energy projects. Some of these projects can directly benefit the environment, such as removing carbon from the atmosphere through reforestation and afforestation. 

Why Your Business Should Switch to Carbon-Neutral LNG 

So why has the rest of the world been considering the switch to LNG? Here are the top 3 benefits of LNG that you should know if energy costs and sustainability are your business’s top concerns:

 1. Reduces Carbon Footprint 

Your business can be a part of a growing movement in Singapore to reduce its carbon footprint. While LNG still emits up to 70% CO2 compared to hydrocarbon fuel, it has almost no environmentally-damaging Sulphur dioxide emissions and releases 45% less carbon dioxide than coal. There is also a twofold reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions.

2. Reduces Industrial Energy Costs

This reason is almost a no-brainer if you have a business in Singapore. You will be able to run daily operations and focus on increasing profits by simply switching to a greener alternative for your source of energy. GasHub’s LNG solution offers you greater savings at 20% off your current Town Gas or LPG bill. By saving on your energy bill, your business will be able to invest in upgrading equipment or other solutions for a more efficient workflow.

3. Versatile & Reliable Source of Energy 

Businesses who have already jumped on the bandwagon of this cost-effective source of energy will know that LNG is extremely versatile. It can be easily transported to users that are either far away from the source of natural gas or do not have access to the natural gas pipe network. LNG, when reverted to its gaseous state, has many uses as a fuel for heating, power generation and industrial processes. With an abundantly proven reserve of natural gas, it is safe to say that LNG will be able to reliably last for more than 200 years.

4. Safe for Everyday Use

LNG is a safe alternative source of energy with narrow flammability limits which only combusts in air-to-fuel proportions of 5-14%. Auto-ignition is also only possible at approximately 540℃. Thus, LNG is a great solution to be used by industrial manufacturers, hotels and restaurants, transportation, and even heating, cooling and cooking at home.

5. Clean Source of Energy 

When cooled to -162℃, LNG shrinks in volume 600 times which then forms into a clear, colourless, odourless, non-toxic, and non-corrosive liquid. In this state, it vaporizes and leaves no ground or water residue, making it safe for the environment as it will not harm Singapore’s aquatic life or damage waterways. LNG will also not ignite, which makes it easier and safer to transport and store.

Although carbon-neutral LNG and the offset projects do prevent a rise in emissions, it is a step in the right direction for businesses in Singapore who are looking for a more sustainable source of energy to power their daily operations.

GasHub provides solutions for many industries in Singapore. If you are looking for efficient and cost-effective cleaner energy, GasHub can help reduce your energy costs and lower your carbon emissions while increasing profit. To learn more about GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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Environmental Benefits of LNG and Why It’s Time to Make the Switch  

Gas is Singapore’s main source of energy with 95% of electricity being generated using natural gas. Piped natural gas has been imported from neighbouring countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia; however, Singapore started diversifying its energy sources by importing Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) since 2013.

What is Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)? 

LNG is natural gas that is cooled to -162ºC. This cooling process shrinks the volume by 600 times and forms a clear, colourless, and non-toxic liquid. In its liquid state, LNG is clear, colourless, non-toxic, and will not ignite — thus making it easier and safer to store and transport.

LNG can be used for a variety of purposes, both commercially and privately, such as:

  • heating, cooling and cooking at home
  • industrial manufacturers
  • hotels, and restaurants
  • transportation
  • utilities and power producers, generating reliable and low-emission energy

Due to the versatility of LNG’s, there has been a steady demand for LNG in Asia and Europe, with the global LNG market reaching 372.3 million tons imported* in 2021.

* GIIGNL Annual Report 2022

Benefits of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG ) 

So why has the rest of the world been considering the switch to LNG? Here are the top 3 benefits of LNG that you should know if energy costs and sustainability are your business’s top concerns:

1. Friendlier to the environment

LNG is a cleaner alternative to power homes and across business sectors such as industrial, commercial marine, and road transport. It generates 30% less carbon dioxide compared to fuel oil and 45% less compared to coal. A twofold reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions is also evident in the use of LNG. It is clean, colourless, non-toxic, and non-corrosive due to it mainly producing heat and water vapor. This means that LNG leaves no water residue, soot, dust, or fumes, resulting in a cleaner environment with no harm to the fauna. Auto-ignition is only possible for LNG at approximately 540ºC, making it not only better for the environment but also safer to use.

2. Cheaper source of energy

Due to LNG being a simpler and more economical form of energy to produce, its price is, therefore, more stable compared to other fuels. GasHub LNG can provide greater savings of 20% off your current Town Gas or LPG bill.

3. Plenty to go around 

Even at the current global consumption rate, there is an estimated 7,257 trillion cubic feet (TcF) of proved reserves of gross natural gas worldwide as of 2020. This is enough to last for at least another 200 years and makes for a great source of energy for the foreseeable future.

Although LNG does have its environmental impacts, carbon emissions are much lower and remain to be a great alternative source of energy for Singapore, making up 95% of Singapore’s energy mix.

Established in 1991, GasHub is Singapore’s Gas Industry Leader, aiming to bring cleaner energy solutions to businesses with our LNG-centric gas distribution solution. With GasHub, you can enjoy greater savings on your utility bills and reduce carbon emissions by 30% for a better and brighter Singapore. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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Singapore Businesses Need to Reduce Their Carbon Footprint – Here is the Practical and Affordable Approach  

The movement in carbon control, sustainability, and going green in Singapore has consistently increased over the years. With the Singapore Government’s Green Plan 2030 well underway, more businesses are expected to not only take note of their carbon footprint but also work towards reducing it.

In 2018, the National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) reported that Singapore’s total emissions are 51.6 MtCO2e, with the industrial sector contributing 45.1% in primary emissions and 15.3% in secondary emissions. Primary emissions refer to pollutants that are emitted from a direct source. Secondary emissions are not emitted directly from the source but are formed in the atmosphere by chemical reactions.

What are Carbon Emissions?  

A type of greenhouse gas, carbon emissions, refers to the release of carbon dioxide that filters into our atmosphere both naturally and from daily human activities such as electricity consumption, industrial manufacturing, and deforestation. Trapping of heat in the atmosphere then leads to climate changes, such as global warming, deterioration of the ozone layer, and destruction of ecosystems.

How Carbon Emissions Affect Singapore 

Sunny Singapore could be affected in three unsurprising ways: 1) rising temperatures, 2) rising sea levels, and 3) extreme weather patterns, which we are currently experiencing. According to My Carbon Footprint, it is estimated that daily temperatures could reach an average high of 35 to 37 Celsius in Singapore by 2100. Likewise, sea levels are also estimated to rise by half to one meter by 2100. Singapore may even start experiencing more extreme weather patterns throughout the year with frequent dry months or possible flash floods due to intense and frequent rainfall during wet months. It is never too late for your business to start reducing carbon emissions to lessen the effect of climate change. Here are 5 practical and affordable ways your business can reduce its carbon footprint:

1. Keep track of your business’s energy usage 

Green-conscious businesses know that it’s key to keep track of and understand how much energy is being used. This is made easier by using an effective, sustainable energy strategy to collect data over time. This will reduce environmental impacts while increasing your company’s profitability simultaneously. We have a list of steps on how your business can create a sustainable energy strategy in our previous article here.

2. Power your business with greener energy sources 

Many industries rely heavily on powering their businesses with fossil fuels such as diesel. Unless you are using some form of carbon offset, diesel emits a considerable amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Switching to a greener fuel such as GasHub’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) not only helps your business save on energy costs, but it emits 30% lesser CO2 than diesel and leaves no ground or water residue even if spilled.

3. Install low-cost solar panels 

Taking it up a notch, another way your business can make a positive impact on the environment is to consider self-generated energy with low-cost solar panels. It’s an affordable way for your business to save money in the long run and can also store energy for when peak demands increase electricity bills. With an estimated life span of 20 – 25 years, these solar panels require minimal maintenance, further reducing costs for your business.

4. Digitise your documents

During the pandemic, we saw many businesses adapt to remote work arrangements. Companies found themselves embracing digital transformations to ensure business continuity. As such, documents which would have been printed, now have to be digitised for ease of sharing between co-workers online, drastically reducing carbon emissions with lower energy usage.

5. Improve energy efficiency 

According to Singapore National Environment Agency (NEA), the industrial sector makes up the majority in terms of energy consumption. Companies that focus their efforts on improving energy efficiency have been shown to minimize energy wastage, cut energy costs, and help to increase profits. Something as simple as switching to LED sensor lights in infrequently used areas has proven to reduce energy use significantly. Besides such a simple solution, Gashub’s Combined Heat & Power (Cogen) or Combined Cooling Heat & Power (Trigen) solutions further enhance energy efficiency and cost savings in industrial manufacturing plants.  NEA’s Energy Efficiency Fund (E2F) scheme is designed specifically for businesses looking to improve their energy efficiency.

Just as nobody is perfect, there is no gold-standard organization in Singapore. However, we can always strive to improve our ethics and practices to reduce carbon emissions without compromising our business’s objectives. By understanding where your business can improve, it can create a better future for generations to come.

At GasHub, we aim to bring cleaner energy solutions to businesses with our LNG-centric gas distribution solution. From consultation and installation to maintenance and after-sales support, your business is in good hands with Singapore’s leading Green Energy Enablers. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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How You Can Create a Sustainable Energy Strategy for Your Business 

 In October 2021, Singapore announced plans for 30% of its energy to come from low-carbon sources by 2035. According to the Energy Authority Market, Singapore has slowly moved from oil to natural gas in the last 50 years in its efforts to generate cleaner energy. Due to economic development, demand for energy continues to rise year on year. 

However, what exactly is cleaner energy? The terms green energy, clean energy, renewable energy, and sustainable energy are often used interchangeably, but they each actually have distinct meanings. For instance, green energy refers to energy generated from natural resources, while clean energy refers to energy with zero emissions of pollutants into the air. 

Having a sustainable energy strategy for your business not only reduces the environmental impacts of your operations, but could also increase the profitability of your business. Below are 4 steps you can take to build a sustainable energy strategy for your business today: 

 4 Steps to Create a Sustainable Energy Strategy for Your Business 

 1. Understanding Your Business’s Energy Needs 

Taking account of your business’s energy needs and how much power it is consuming is a great first step to creating an energy strategy. This step is especially important if you do plan to expand your company in the future so that you will be able to accurately gauge how much power is needed moving forward. To reduce your carbon footprint, assessing where your energy source comes from will help you better evaluate the environmental impacts of your business. 

2. Setting Sustainable Energy Targets 

Now that you know how much energy your business is using, it is time to implement that data to set some targets. These targets should not only benefit your business’s short- and long-term goals but also align with the mission of becoming a carbon-positive business as a whole. It does not matter if your targets extend out to five, ten years, or decades into the future, as long as they are realistic and your business can work on achieving them. 

3. Have a Plan for Sustainable Energy Targets 

How can you meet your targets without first having a plan? An essential part of moving towards a greener business is by planning out your budget, risks, and costs of certain changes, and even changes in your company policy to accommodate a sustainable work environment. With a good plan in place, your team will be able to better see how things are progressing or what changes are needed for further improvements. 

4. Assess Results 

With your plan in motion, have you been documenting the progress you have made? What results has your business yielded from the changes you have made? If certain things in your plan have not worked out, how are you addressing them? Comparing your results to your targets is a great way to evaluate the effectiveness of the changes you have implemented. Each business varies in its goals and ways of operation, so it should come as no surprise if certain implementations do not work out at the start. In the grand scheme of things, the end goal is to create, execute, test, and update your sustainable energy strategy for better results. 

A sustainable energy strategy is only effective when a business can identify issues at hand, resolve them, and yield the right results. This, in turn, helps create a better future for the company as well as the future generations of Singapore. Include GasHub as part of your sustainable energy strategy to lower carbon emissions whilst increasing profit. 

Known as the Green Energy Enablers in Singapore, GasHub is a leading renewable energy solutions provider specialising in LNG-centric gas distribution. Gashub’s solutions can potentially provide 30% less carbon emission and greater savings off your current town gas bill. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today

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How Manufacturers in Singapore Can Reduce Industrial Energy Costs

According to Energy Market Authority, the largest consumer of energy in Singapore is the Industrial sector at 41.3% with natural gas as the main source of energy at 90.3%, consuming a total of 21.0 TWh in 2020. In the first half of 2021, the total energy consumption is 10.8 TWh.

Should this trend continue to rise, Singapore’s Industrial sector will see a growth of up to 2% each year. A report from the Ministry of Trade and Industry stated that manufacturers in Singapore saw an increase in energy costs in 2021, and is likely going to continue to rise from 2022 onwards.

With these numbers in mind, is your manufacturing facility taking the right steps to be more energy- and cost-efficient? Here are 5 ways your industrial business can save on energy consumption and cost.

5 Ways to Save On Energy Costs for Manufacturers in Singapore

1. Switch to Energy-Efficient Lighting

Aside from best practices such as turning off lights when not in use or removing lights in areas that are not necessary, consider switching to energy-efficient lighting such as Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs). This form of lighting technology is the most energy-efficient, using 90% less energy compared to traditional incandescent and High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting.

2. Power Down your Equipment

Something that can easily be overlooked is shutting down equipment or basic office essentials such as computers and printers. Encouraging employees to be aware of the power mode of all equipment in the facility is another way businesses can lower energy consumption and utility bills. If a total power shutdown in your facility is not feasible, GasHub offers efficient and cost-saving solutions with clean energy to help reduce your overall energy cost and carbon footprint.

3. Conduct Regular Energy Audits

Energy audits by a professional can help to quantify how much energy each department is consuming in your facility by identifying peak consumption times throughout the day. It is recommended for energy audits to be performed by an energy specialist, but this is also doable, in-house, with the use of an energy audit guidebook by your facility experts. Through these audits, you will be able to make informed decisions on the best energy-efficient upgrades for your facility moving forward.

4. Proactive Maintenance Strategy

Just like regular servicing of vehicles, equipment maintenance is vital for a smooth business operation. Equipment upgrades are not always necessary, and in that case, taking good care, along with regular maintenance of your equipment can help your business save costs and energy too. Poorly maintained equipment, on the contrary, may sometimes consume more energy to function, and they generally do not perform at their maximum efficiency.

5. Get Everyone Involved

The combined efforts of employees will benefit businesses looking to reduce their energy bills. As a business owner or facility manager, you can frequently emphasise the importance of savvy energy usage in the workplace, and let your employees know that the money saved will be utilised for equipment upgrades to simplify their jobs and increase productivity. As a bonus, reward your employees for joining in this effort.

At GasHub, sustainability is our utmost priority. As the leading gas player in Singapore, we specialise in LNG-centric gas distribution and gas engineering. Our solution not only enables a path toward a cleaner and greener environment, but it also helps businesses to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions while increasing profit. To learn more about how GasHub can help your business, talk to us today!

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How SMEs in Singapore Can Start Greening Their Efforts Now

GasHubUnited Utility presented Dr.Stephen Riady with a Token of Appreciation for his continuing support of GasHub’s vision for supplying clean energy in Singapore.

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An Advocator for Green Energy; Dr. Stephen Riady

GasHubUnited Utility presented Dr.Stephen Riady with a Token of Appreciation for his continuing support of GasHub’s vision for supplying clean energy in Singapore.