Published on 06 Apr 2022

Commentary: Energy realism and the implications for Singapore

The Business Times, page 24

In a joint commentary, Tilak Doshi, Managing director of Doshi Consulting and a Forbes contributor on energy issues and Euston Quah, Albert Winsemius Chair Professor of Economics at NTU Singapore, and the director of the Economic Growth Centre at NTU discussed energy security for Singapore post-Ukraine invasion.

After Russia's shock invasion of Ukraine, Singapore’s recent moves to ramp up its carbon tax need to proceed with some caution, they said. Now that Germany and the UK have begun moving away from their focus on climate-change issues towards energy realism where energy security is once again a key policy target, Singapore needs to also weigh its long-run plans for green energy.

Read the article (for subscribers) here.

If you are an NTU/NIE staff or student, you can access paid content (e.g., SPH publications) through NTU Library. Under Quick Links, go to My Account » Find Databases

Photo: Kylle Pangan / Unsplash