06/02/2018 — SINGAPORE — (BUSINESS WIRE) HES Energy Systems, the leading Fuel Cell Systems developer from Singapore has formed an Alliance with three French Clean Energy and Aerospace Tech companies. […]
Shares updates about joint development activities to advance product, production and performance “digital twins” 10/10/2017 — SINGAPORE — (BUSINESS WIRE) In his keynote at Bentley’s annual event for sharing thought […]
Acquires Spacemob to Accelerate Growth in Southeast Asia Turochas “T” Fuad, Spacemob Founder and CEO, appointed Managing Director, Southeast Asia; Matt Shampine appointed General Manager, Korea 07/08/2017 — NEW YORK […]
The Mori Memorial Foundation’s Report Unveiling the World’s Most Attractive Cities 18/10/2016 — TOKYO — (BUSINESS WIRE) The Mori Memorial Foundation’s Institute for Urban Strategies, a research institute established by […]
Skyblade 360 UAV and its fuel cell are on display at ongoing Singapore Airshow (ST Engineering booth) 300km flight represents a new world record for solid chemical hydrogen on demand […]
A consortium of Singaporean institutions and private sector companies including HES Energy Systems, ST Aerospace, DSO National Laboratories, and the Future Systems and Technology Directorate of Singapore’s Ministry of Defense, have worked jointly to achieve a record 6 hour endurance, 300km flight on the Skyblade 360 UAV built in Singapore by ST Aerospace. Besides achieving a significant technical and performance milestone for hydrogen-on-demand enabled fuel cells, it is also the first time in the world that a fuel cell moves beyond the prototype stage and enters the standard products list of a UAV manufacturer. The Skyblade 360 UAV and its fuel cell system are currently on display on ST Engineering’s booth at the 2016 Singapore Air Show.
Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) and Wilmar International Limited (SGX: F34) announced today that they have entered into an agreement whereby Olenex, their partnership to market oils and fats in Europe, will become a full-function joint venture with its own assets. As part of the agreement, ADM will transfer two sites—a specialty oils and fats facility and a palm refining plant in Hamburg, Germany—to the new joint venture. Wilmar will transfer its tropical oils processing plants in Brake, Germany and Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In addition to processing, the joint venture will also integrate raw materials sourcing, trading, and sales and marketing operations. The agreement also stipulates that refined oils and fats from ADM’s other plants in the Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and the U.K. will be marketed by Olenex.
American Express (NYSE:AXP) announced today that Apple Pay™ will be available in key global markets allowing American Express® Card Members to pay on the go with an iPhone, Apple Watch or iPad. Apple Pay is expected to be available for Card Members in Canada and Australia this year and in Spain, Singapore and Hong Kong in 2016. With Apple Pay, Card Members in these countries will have the ability to seamlessly add their eligible consumer, small business and corporate American Express® Cards(i) and pay with iPhone or Apple Watch in stores where contactless payments and American Express are accepted. Card Members will also be able to use their iPhone or iPad to pay within participating merchant apps.
Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies (HFCT) has launched the world’s lightest and most compact reformer based fuel cell system. Enabled by the company’s low-cost methanol reformer technology, the MFC Mini opens new commercial possibilities so far unpractical for any type of fuel cell system.
The Mori Memorial Foundation’s Institute for Urban Strategies, a research institute established by Mori Building, unveiled today the results of its Global Power City Index (GPCI) 2015 report, which ranks 40 global metropolises according to their “magnetism,” or power to attract creative individuals and enterprises from around the world and mobilize their assets for economic and social development. Like last year, London, New York, Paris and Tokyo took the top four spots, in that order, while Los Angeles, San Francisco and Hong Kong showed significant improvement.