Sembcorp Industries Ltd








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Company Profile

Sembcorp Industries Ltd is a Singapore-based energy and urban solutions provider. The Company delivers solutions that support the energy transition and sustainable development. Its Renewables segment is engaged in the provision of electricity from solar and wind resources, energy storage, trading of energy attribute certificates, and the provision of system services that support the integration of renewables into the grid. It also includes the development and provision of installation, operation and maintenance of solar, wind and energy storage assets. The Integrated Urban Solutions segment supports sustainable development through its suite of urban, water as well as waste and waste-to-resource solutions. It also includes decarbonization solutions like carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) projects. The Conventional Energy segment includes the sale of energy molecules, including natural gas, steam and electricity from a diversity of fossil fuels, such as natural gas and coal.