Ampotech and Keppel DHCS Win ASEAN Energy Award for Smart Energy Management | Press Releases | Asia


A multi-year collaboration between Ampotech Pte Ltd and Keppel DHCS Pte Ltd to simplify the process of energy auditing and estimating the efficiency of cold production systems has resulted in a 2022 ASEAN Energy Efficiency and Conservation Award.

The award-winning Energy Management System (EMS) combines artificial intelligence software from energy technology startup Ampotech and low-cost Internet of Things sensors, as well as extensive operational experience from Keppel DHCS, as the first and largest developer and service of district heating and cooling systems. supplier in Singapore.

EMS improves the performance and maintenance of cold production facilities. Easy to install, the EMS will help reduce the deployment time and cost of implementing an EMS in older buildings, such as Sim Lim Square in Singapore, which served as a pilot site.

“We are honored to receive this award and to see our energy management technology recognized on the regional stage,” said Ampotech CEO and Co-Founder William Temple. “The track record we have built with Keppel in Singapore will serve us well as we continue to grow in Southeast Asia and contribute to the decarbonization of the built environment.”

The ASEAN Energy Awards are Southeast Asia’s highest honor to encourage and recognize private sector participation in the energy development of the ASEAN region in partnership with the public sector. The award ceremony was held on September 15, 2022 in conjunction with the 40th ASEAN Energy Ministers’ Meeting and the 2022 ASEAN Energy Business Forum.

Mr. Chua Yong Hwee, Director of Keppel DHCS, said, “Energy efficiency for cooling services has recently moved to the forefront of sustainable building management. We believe that KHCS, together with like-minded partners, is able to harness the recent wave of digitization to enhance our service offerings. The award is an affirmation of our efforts to raise the bar and provide greater value to our cooling customers.

The ASEAN Energy Center (ACE) has selected the project – Intelligent energy management system to measure electrical consumptions of cooling installations using advanced data analysis and machine learning, reducing the need to install sub-meters – from a field of international submissions nominated by public sector agencies in the respective countries.


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