Bioenergy

Bioenergy can be segmented into biomass and biogas. Biomass fuel is created from horticultural waste and wood waste. These materials are burned in incinerators which generate heat and steam to drive turbines, providing energy. Biogas is generated from anaerobic digestions, which is the breakdown of organic matter such as food waste and animal waste by microorganisms in the absence of oxygen. This gas then provides energy. The potential for bioenergy in Southeast Asia is fuelled by the agricultural industry, presents many business opportunities.

In Singapore, bioenergy currently makes up a small percentage of Singapore’s energy mix, but it has recently been established as an economically viable solution to increasing energy demands, thus it is set to grow further.

Training Courses

The robust agricultural industry in Southeast Asia has presented great opportunities for Bio Renewable Energy. Utilizing biomass, biofuels and biogas ...

Case Studies

Bioenergy is a growing industry in Singapore and in this section you can view some examples of bioenergy applications.

Business Directory

From planning to finance, engineering, designing, installation and maintenance, the SEAS Business Directory lists the firms in Singapore in this secto...