Keppel-led consortium starts work on hydrogen plant in Singapore

A consortium comprising Keppel Corporation, Mitsubishi Power Asia-Pacific and Jurong Engineering have commenced works on a hydrogen-ready co-generation plant in Singapore.

This is the first such facility in the country as well as the first power plant to be announced in the last seven years. The Keppel Sakra Cogen (KSC) Plant, with a capacity of 600 MW, will be situated in the Sakra sector of Jurong Island and will operate as a combined-cycle gas-turbine power plant. The project is expected to be completed in 2026 and is expected to cost around USD750 million. Keppel is an investor in the power generation project and has awarded the engineering, procurement, and construction contract to Mitsubishi Power Asia-Pacific and Jurong Engineering for the construction of the plant.