A consortium comprising Siemens Mobility and Concord Corporation have secured a contract from the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) to deliver the power supply system for the upcoming Jurong Region Line (JRL). The consortium will undertake the design, supply, testing, and commissioning of the complete power supply system for the mass rapid transit (MRT) line.

Siemens Mobility will deliver two high-voltage systems comprising gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) and Intake Transformers (66kV). This will include a medium voltage system with 22kV Switchgear Panels and service transformers, as well as a 750V DC system along with track side equipment.

Additionally, in order to measure equipment performance, the consortium will also provide condition monitoring systems.

The JRL is scheduled to open in three stages starting from 2027, with complete operations slated for 2029. The 24km long fully elevated MRT line will have 24 stations.