Singapore's Durapower teams up with Dutch firm to develop marine battery

Mr Kelvin Lim (right) is CEO of Durapower, a Singapore-based lithium battery storage developer. PHOTO: ENTERPRISE SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE - A Singapore-based company is teaming up with a Dutch energy firm to develop a battery to make it easier for the world shipping fleets to go electric.

The initiative is part of the marine sector's ambitions to hit net-zero targets on emissions.

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