ExxonMobil has committed US$10 million in funding over five years as founding partner of the new Singapore Energy Centre (SgEC) led by Nanyang Technology University and National University of Singapore.
This is the first research centre partnership for the supermajor outside the US, and will focus on scaling up new energy solutions. It aims to overcome the dilemma of fuelling economic expansion and mitigating risks of climate change especially in fast-growing Asia.
The SgEC is a consortium funded by industry members which leverages the combined expertise and capabilities of the two universities to co-develop early stage and near-term energy solutions for the manufacturing sector.
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