Green Mobility

As a leader in the energy revolution, ENGIE offers a comprehensive range of clean mobility solutions that transform the way energy is used. The Group has developed a systems-based approach that combines its skills and expertise in alternative fuels, transport infrastructures, smart transit systems, and upstream design and planning. Improving air quality, reducing noise pollution, keeping traffic flowing and optimizing transit networks: here are some of the key measures of ENGIE’s green mobility program, Better Mobility TODAY.

Improving the quality of life and developing smarter mobility: public transport infrastructure, intelligent transportation systems, refueling infrastructure for green fuels.

How to fight against pollution and global warming in cities? How to improve traffic flow and safety? The challenges of green mobility, to which ENGIE provides solutions, are lowering CO2 emissions, reducing noise and developing accessibility. Cleaner fuels such as electricity, gas and hydrogen offer greener, more cost-effective and more convenient transportation solutions for users. Intelligent transportation systems optimize existing infrastructure to help communities develop in the light of their region’s needs and resources. Innovative solutions for harmonious urbanization.

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With 30 years of experience, ENGIE Singapore’s rail division is recognized as the industry leader in the installation, testing and commissioning of rail signaling systems in Singapore.

ENGIE’s rail systems division was first established in 1984, in tandem with the commencement of the construction works for the first section in Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) system. Since then, it has grown together with Singapore’s mass transit network and gone on to complete works for the North-South line, the East-West line, the Bukit Panjang Light Rail Transit (LRT) system and the North East line.

Through the years, ENGIE’s rail division built up the deep expertise and specialized experience required to install rail signaling systems with an exceptionally high acceptance rate. To date, the rail division has an unblemished record of delivering projects ahead of schedule, within budget and safely. Other than signaling, ENGIE’s scope also covers Mechanical and Electrical and other rail systems works.

Project Management Installation, Testing & Commissioning Designing & Building operations & Maintenance
  • Project Management
  • Contract Services
  • Interface and Coordination
  • Drafting Services
  • QA/QC Services
  • Procurement and Logistics
  • Material Management
  • Safety Management
Rail Systems Works
  • Communication Systems
  • Traction Power Cables, Power Rails
  • Automatic Train Control
  • Signaling Systems
  • Platform Screen Doors
  • Automatic Fare Collection (AFC)
  • Supervisors Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
  • Maintenance Management System (MMS)
M&E Works
  • HT Cables, Switchgears
  • Mechanical Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems
  • 600V Switchboards
  • 22KV Distribution System
  • 600V Traction Power System
  • Communication Systems
  • Mechanical Ventilation and Air-conditioning Systems
  • Operations and Maintenance of Automated People Mover (APM) system

Other Track Record

Years Projects Description
1984 - 1990 MRT Phase 1 & 2 NS & EW Lines
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning for Signalling System, Platform Screen Door System and Automatic Fare Collection System
  • 42 stations, 3 depots, OCC, 66 EMUs train, 17 underground stations PSD and 42 stations AFC system
1987 - 1990 Singapore Changi Airport Skytrain System (APM System)
  • Adtranz-Keppel Consortium
  • Design, supply and installation of all electrical & mechanical works
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning for APM system
  • Including Automatic Train Control, Signalling Systems, OCC equipments
1990 - 2006 Singapore Changi Airport Skytrain System (APM system)
  • Provide comprehensive operation and maintenance of the Changi Skytrain system
  • Modification work to the existing signaling system for the installation of the New Terminal 3 PMS at Changi International Airport.
  • Decommissioning and Demobilization of Skytrain and existing system for the installation of the New Terminal 3 PMS at Changi International Airport.
1994 - 1996 MRT Phase 1 & 2 & Transit Link Offices for NS & EW Lines
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning for Ticket Vending Machines.
  • Machines for all 42 stations and Transit Link Offices
1994 - 1996 MRT Woodlands Extension
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning for Signalling System
  • 6 stations, upgrade depots and OCC, 19 EMUs train
1996 - 2000 Bukit Panjang Light Rail Transit System
  • Adtranz-Gammon-Keppel Consortium
  • Design & Build – Singapore’s 1st Light Rail Transit System
  • Responsible for the design and build of all Mechanical, Electrical (including of HT, switchgear & Traction Power) and GEALOC system
  • Installation, testing and commissioning of Mechanical Ventilation and Air-conditioning Systems, Communications Systems, Signalling Systems
1997 - 1998 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur International Airport PMS (APM System)
  • Supply and Install all Power Distribution Equipment
  • Installation of all Signalling Equipment
  • Testing and Commissioning of all equipment
1998 - 2002 MRT Changi Airport Line Extension
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning for Signalling System, PSD System, Changi Airport MRT Station
  • 3 stations, upgrade depots and OCC, 21 EMUs trains
1998 - 2002 North East Line Maintenance Management System
  • Design and Built Maintenance Management System for NEL
  • Driverless trains consist of 6 cars train
1999 - 2002 SMRT Automatic Train Supervisory System Upgrade of NS/EW Lines
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning of ATS System
  • 48 stations, 3 depots, OCC and Standby OCC
2005 - 2009 Boon Lay MRT Extension
  • Installation, Testing & Commissioning for Signalling System
  • 2 elevated stations, 3.8km
2009 - 2012 MRT Signalling Interface for Half Height Platform Screen Door for NS/EW Lines
  • Installation and modification of signalling equipment
  • Testing & Commissioning of all 36 elevated stations HHPSD.
2009 - 2014 Signalling Installation for Jurong East Modification Project and North-South Line Extension
  • Installation, modification and upgrading of existing signalling systems for JEMP & NSLE
  • Testing & Commissioning of 22 new EMUs trains for JEMP
  • Testing & Commissioning of additional 13 trains for NSLE
2011 - 2014 Bishan and Ulu Pandan Depot A&A Upgrading Work
  • Cable diversion to accommodate new track,
  • Installation of new cables, signals, track circuits, etc
  • Testing and commissioning of all diverted / new cables and trackside equipment.
2012 - 2013 Downtown Line Stage 1 – Testing & Commissioning of new trains & locomotives
  • Testing & Commissioning supports for the new trains at ChangChun, China & Singapore
  • Testing & Commissioning & Modification works for new locomotives at Singapore.
2012 - 2019 C1652A – NSEW Resignalling
  • Installation, testing & commissioning and decommissioning of existing Signaling System for North-South and East-West (NSEW) MRT lines (for Trainborne equipment only)