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Gentari and Keppel to expand sustainable energy solutions

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Molly Cooper

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Clean energy solutions provider Gentari has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Singaporean conglomerate, Keppel’s infrastructure division.

Through the MoU, the parties are looking to unlock synergies in renewable and low-carbon energy projects.

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Sushil Purohit, CEO of Gentari says: ‘We are excited to collaborate with Keppel via this MoU, as it represents a significant step in growing the application of sustainable energy solutions across Southeast Asia…Together, we are committed to reshaping the energy landscape and creating a greener future for Southeast Asia.’

‘The MoU is a testament to Gentari and Keppel’s shared commitment towards helping the region get closer to net zero. Through collaborating on sustainable infrastructure projects and energy-as-a-service with Gentari, we aim to leverage each other’s strengths to improve urban environments and enhance access to e-mobility,’ adds Cindy Lim, CEO of Keppel’s infrastructure division.

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