Hyflux completed the construction of the 411 MW combined cycle power plant co-located with Tuaspring Desalination Plant in Singapore. This development marked the company’s expansion into a new business that would complement and enhance its competitiveness in its core water business. The power plant is expected to be fully operational in 2016.
In 2015, Hyflux and its consortium partner Mitsubishi Heavy Industries was named the preferred bidder by the National Environment Agency to design, build, own and operate Singapore’s largest waste-to-energy plant. The company’s first waste-to-energy project will have one of the best land utilisation factors in terms of incineration capacity per unit floor area and will also be one of the most efficient in terms of energy recovery per unit waste incinerated in the world. With this win, Hyflux will add energy recovery from waste to its range of environmental solutions as the company focuses on contributing to resource optimisation and sustainable growth for communities and industries.