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Land-starved Singapore gets creative with solar in clean energy push
by Rina Chandran
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
1 May 2021
On 1 May 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Singapore is betting on floating solar farms and vertical panels to increase its clean-energy supplies and cut carbon emissions, a model that could work in other densely populated cities, urban experts said. The clean-energy push is part of Singapore's Green Plan, unveiled last month, that also includes measures such as planting more trees, adding electric vehicle charge points, and ceasing new registrations of diesel cars and taxis from 2025.
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