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UOB, Keppel to offer sustainable and digital solutions to SEA businesses

The primary objective of these solutions is to assist companies in their endeavours to achieve decarbonisation.

UOB and Keppel have signed a memorandums of understanding (MOUs) to  develop and offer a wide range of sustainability and digitalisation solutions to businesses in Southeast Asia. 

These solutions aim to support companies in their efforts to achieve decarbonisation.

The partnership infuses UOB's financing solutions and tools, such as the UOB Sustainability Compass, with Keppel's expertise in energy optimisation, sustainable asset enhancement, connectivity, and digitalisation. 

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The aim of this project is to simplify sustainability efforts for businesses. This marks the first time UOB has partnered with an organisation like Keppel, known for its capabilities and reach, to extend sustainability solutions beyond Singapore and into Southeast Asia.

The collaboration will primarily concentrate on solutions within three key sectors: energy, built environment, and digital connectivity. These solutions will facilitate the implementation of intelligent and sustainable practices.

Both entities set out the solutions within the year.

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