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Space-tight SMEs tap solar power under new programme

Tuesday, March 1, 2016 - 05:50

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Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) without their own rooftop space are now jumping on the solar power bandwagon, after local solar firm Sun Electric introduced a new business model separating the generation of solar power from its consumption.

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SMALL and medium enterprises (SMEs) without their own rooftop space are now jumping on the solar power bandwagon, after local solar firm Sun Electric introduced a new business model separating the generation of solar power from its consumption.

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