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Sembcorp Net Zero Solutions

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Digitally-enabled

Make a difference towards a sustainable future.

Your trusted carbon

management platform

Buy or sell high-quality Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and other Environmental Attributes (EAs). Accelerate your journey towards Net Zero emissions with an enabling collaborative platform.

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High quality Environmental Attributes (EAs)

Trusted, third party verified and traceable RE100-recognised RECs and carbon offsets.

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Convenient digital portfolio management tool

Efficient management and reporting of targets and portfolio.

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Powered by blockchain technology, API-enabled

Secure, transparent, digitally-enabled.

Our renewable energy solutions

Your one-stop renewable energy partner. Trusted solutions backed by the operational and technical expertise of a leading renewable energy player.

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Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPAs)

Green Electricity

Onsite Renewable Energy Systems

Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)

Sembcorp’s renewable energy track record

Sembcorp is committed to being a leading force in global energy transition, with plans to quadruple our gross installed renewable capacity to 10 GW by 2025 from 2.6 GW at the end of 2020. With a current gross renewable energy capacity of 7.0 GW, our renewable energy portfolio comprises wind, solar and energy storage in key markets such as Singapore, Vietnam, China, India and the UK.

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  • We began our renewables journey with our first wind power acquisition in China in 2012. In India, we are the first developer to complete and deliver 800 MW of wind power from the first three tenders by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI). Through a focus on technology and building assets for long-term deployment, we also achieved the highest wind capacity under self-operations of any independent power producer in India.

  • In 2015, Sembcorp acquired our first solar energy asset in India. We have since entered the solar energy space in Singapore and Vietnam. Today, we are a leading solar energy provider in Singapore. Sembcorp offers a full suite of solutions including ground-mounted, rooftop and floating solar PV systems. In July 2021, we completed one of the world’s largest inland floating solar farms in Singapore, the 60 MWp Sembcorp Tengeh Floating Solar Farm. In India, we are building a 400 MW solar power project in Rajasthan, to support the nation’s clean energy mission.

  • We are developing one of the UK’s largest battery energy storage projects to support the UK’s net zero target. This solution provides frequency and stability support to the grid, thus enabling markets like the UK to have a greater uptake of renewable energy.

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Join our ecosystem for climate action

Explore how you can use the Sembcorp Carbon Management Platform. Let us help you with your climate journey.

Corporate buyer

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Our platform enables you to browse, purchase and retire the highest quality, third party verified RECs and carbon credits across the globe. In addition, you can utilise the platform to efficiently track and report against your sustainability goals.

Renewable energy generator

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Our platform enables you to register, generate and sell RECs and carbon credits to our global suite of buyers.

Aggregator or Trader

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Our platform enables you to offer your customers a range of RECs and carbon credits at competitive prices. In addition, you can leverage our platform to monetise the RECs and carbon credits for your generators.

Ready for action?

Start your Net Zero journey

  • Start by measuring your carbon footprint and understanding your risks and opportunities.

    What are scope 1,2,3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions?

    There are three categories of GHG emissions:

    Scope 1 encompasses direct emissions from sources that are owned or controlled by a company.

    Scope 2 are indirect emissions resulting from the generation of electricity, heat, steam, or cooling purchased by a company.

    Scope 3 are all indirect emissions (not included in Scope 2) that occur in the value chain of the company.

  • Commit to reach Net Zero GHGs as soon as possible in line with global efforts to limit warming to 1.5℃. Set interim targets and define the strategy needed to achieve both the interim and longer-term targets.

    What is Net Zero?

    Net Zero refers to a state in which the GHGs going into the atmosphere are balanced by removal out of the atmosphere. It is international scientific consensus that in order to mitigate global warming, global net human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide need to fall by about 45% from 2010 levels by 2030 and reach Net Zero around 2050.

  • The avoidance or reduction of GHG emissions should be prioritised in the journey towards Net Zero.

    What is the role of renewable energy and Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

    Renewable sources including solar, wind and geothermal play a critical role in climate action as they do not emit GHG into the atmosphere when generating energy. A REC is a market-based instrument that certifies the bearer owns one megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity generated from a renewable energy resource. Companies can reduce emissions by generating or purchasing power from renewable sources, or by purchasing RECs to offset the power generated from non-renewable energy sources.

  • Offsetting is a widespread tool used in efforts to achieve Net Zero emissions. Use high quality offsets that are verifiable and correctly accounted for, and have a low risk of non-additionality, reversal, and the creation of negative unintended social or environmental harms.

    What are carbon offsets and credits?

    A carbon offset broadly refers to a reduction in GHG emissions – or an increase in carbon storage – that is used to compensate for emissions that occur elsewhere. A carbon credit is a transferable instrument certified by an independent certification body, that represents an emission reduction of one metric tonne of carbon dioxide (or GHG equivalent).

  • Engage stakeholders on your Net Zero journey. Communicate transparently your current emissions, targets and the strategy needed to achieve your goals. Share actions taken so that progress can be tracked and leadership demonstrated.

    How to communicate transparently about your carbon footprint?

    The organisational, geographical and emissions scope of your carbon footprint should be clearly specified, and standardised and internationally-recognised calculation methodologies used. Disclose the breakdown by scope of your emissions and by category of emissions.

  • Start by measuring your carbon footprint and understanding your risks and opportunities.

    What are scope 1,2,3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions?

    There are three categories of GHG emissions:

    Scope 1 encompasses direct emissions from sources that are owned or controlled by a company.

    Scope 2 are indirect emissions resulting from the generation of electricity, heat, steam, or cooling purchased by a company.

    Scope 3 are all indirect emissions (not included in Scope 2) that occur in the value chain of the company.

  • Commit to reach Net Zero GHGs as soon as possible in line with global efforts to limit warming to 1.5℃. Set interim targets and define the strategy needed to achieve both the interim and longer-term targets.

    What is Net Zero?

    Net Zero refers to a state in which the GHGs going into the atmosphere are balanced by removal out of the atmosphere. It is international scientific consensus that in order to mitigate global warming, global net human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide need to fall by about 45% from 2010 levels by 2030 and reach Net Zero around 2050.

  • The avoidance or reduction of GHG emissions should be prioritised in the journey towards Net Zero.

    What is the role of renewable energy and Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

    Renewable sources including solar, wind and geothermal play a critical role in climate action as they do not emit GHG into the atmosphere when generating energy. A REC is a market-based instrument that certifies the bearer owns one megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity generated from a renewable energy resource. Companies can reduce emissions by generating or purchasing power from renewable sources, or by purchasing RECs to offset the power generated from non-renewable energy sources.

  • Offsetting is a widespread tool used in efforts to achieve Net Zero emissions. Use high quality offsets that are verifiable and correctly accounted for, and have a low risk of non-additionality, reversal, and the creation of negative unintended social or environmental harms.

    What are carbon offsets and credits?

    A carbon offset broadly refers to a reduction in GHG emissions – or an increase in carbon storage – that is used to compensate for emissions that occur elsewhere. A carbon credit is a transferable instrument certified by an independent certification body, that represents an emission reduction of one metric tonne of carbon dioxide (or GHG equivalent).

  • Engage stakeholders on your Net Zero journey. Communicate transparently your current emissions, targets and the strategy needed to achieve your goals. Share actions taken so that progress can be tracked and leadership demonstrated.

    How to communicate transparently about your carbon footprint?

    The organisational, geographical and emissions scope of your carbon footprint should be clearly specified, and standardised and internationally-recognised calculation methodologies used. Disclose the breakdown by scope of your emissions and by category of emissions.

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Accelerate your journey towards Net Zero


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