Dr Amy Khor, Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Environment and Water Resources attended the Sustainergy ground breaking ceremony as Guest of Honour. The Sustainergy project, located at REC Solar’s factory at Tuas, is one of Singapore’s largest-ever rooftop solar installations with a total expected capacity of 2.37MW. The PacificLight Sustainergy Programme combines solar and conventional power under a bundled electricity supply plan.
PacificLight received the Energy Efficiency National Partnership Award for Excellence in Energy Management in recognition of the company’s continuous pursuit of energy efficiency.
Organised by the National Environment Agency (NEA), Energy Market Authority (EMA) and the Economic Development Board (EDB), the EENP Awards aims to foster a culture of sustained energy efficiency improvement in industry, especially amongst major energy consuming industries. The EENP Awards also aims to encourage companies to adopt a proactive approach towards energy management by identifying and sharing best practices.
Launch of the World Energy Council Singapore Chapter, with PacificLight as one of the six founding members of this prestigious global organisation.
The World Energy Council is a United Nations-accredited energy body with over 3,000 members in over 90 countries across the global energy community. The Singapore chapter provides a platform in an evolving energy landscape to ensure the security, accessibility and sustainability of Singapore’s energy sector and to enhance the quality of life for consumers. For more information on the World Energy Council visit: https://www.worldenergy.org
PacificLight received commendation for our Variable Speed Drive (VSD) efficiency project from the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) at the IChemE Singapore Awards 2016.
PacificLight Power Pte Ltd received the SME100 Fast Moving Company Award 2016.
PacificLight Power Pte Ltd was awarded the global standard for occupational health and safety management systems, namely BS OHSAS 18001:2007 in additional to the Singapore Standard (SS) 506 Part 1:2009 certification
PacificLight Energy Pte Ltd clinched the SME of the Year 2015 award in recognition of outstanding customer service and the Revolutionary Award for entrepreneurship and continuous process improvements.
PacificLight Energy Pte Ltd received an award under Singapore’s Outstanding Enterprise Awards 2015 for excellent customer service.
PacificLight Power Pte Ltd registered as a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project under the United Nations Framework for Climate Change, becoming the largest CDM project in Singapore to date.
PacificLight received an award under the Asian Power Gas Power Plant of the Year category. The Asian Power Awards recognises top achievers, best practices and innovations in the region's power industry and is judged by an independent panel of experts.
PacificLight obtained the Green Mark Award from the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) for achieving high sustainability standards for our 800MW power plant.
The BCA Green Mark Scheme was launched in January 2005 as an initiative to drive Singapore's construction industry towards more environment-friendly buildings. During the design and construction of PacificLight's S$1.2 billion project on Jurong Island, an ISO 14000 certified mechanical and electrical consultant was engaged to maximise the benefits of the energy and water efficiency measures, as part of the company's commitment to social responsibility.
Commenced commercial operations, making PacificLight’s 800MW power plant the first in Singapore to be completely fuelled by liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Granted the SHARP award under the Workplace Safety and Health Awards 2013 in recognition of 6,500,000 man hours completed during construction without a lost time incident.
Electricity was first exported to the Singapore grid from PacificLight’s 800MW power plant.
FPM Power Holdings Ltd acquired a 70% stake in PacificLight.
Petronas Power Sdn Bhd acquired a 30% stake in PacificLight.
Groundbreaking of PacificLight’s 800MW power plant on Jurong Island