Innovation Challenges

Challenge Owner(s)
Energy Market Authority (EMA), Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning
Organiser(s)
Energy Market Authority (EMA), Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning
Industry Type(s) Energy & Chemicals
Application Start Date 8 May 2020
Application End Date 8 July 2020
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About Challenge

Under Singapore’s ongoing collaboration with the Republic of Korea to pursue and promote partnerships in the areas of smart grids and energy technologies, EMA and KETEP have launched the second EMA-KETEP Joint Grant Call. The problem statements under this grant call are:

Each proposal should address one problem statement only.

 

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Challenge Owner(s)
Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning, Energy Market Authority (EMA)
Industry Types(s)
Energy & Chemicals, Environmental Services, Logistics

EMA, KETEP

EMA and KETEP are seeking innovative solutions to enable the use of hydrogen for power generation. While alternative energy carriers such as hydrogen could decarbonise the power sector, there are currently significant economic and technical challenges facing the use of hydrogen for power generation. The proposed solution, where applicable, shall address one or more of the following sub-problem statements:

i. Safe and cost-effective technologies for storage, transportation and/or fuel delivery of hydrogen gas; and/or
ii. Energy-efficient emissions-free pathways for hydrogen production, e.g. methane pyrolysis and water electrolysis.

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Challenge Owner(s)
Energy Market Authority (EMA), Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning
Industry Types(s)
Energy & Chemicals, Environmental Services

EMA, KETEP

EMA and KETEP are seeking innovative solutions to facilitate the deployment of solar PV. This is aligned with the goal to increase the adoption of solar in both countries. The proposed solution, where applicable, shall address one or more of the following sub-problem statements:

i. Cost-effective grid integrated solar PV systems, e.g. portable PV;
and/or
ii. Creative deployment of solar PV in an urbanised context, e.g. building-integrated/building-applied PV.

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