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Singapore Budget 2018: S$250m set aside for sustainability projects

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Singapore has also begun work on a "Closing the Waste Loop" project, using technology to minimise the environmental impact of the waste generated.

THE government will launch an Energy Grid 2.0 to develop next-generation energy grid architectures that can respond quickly and reliably to changes in energy demand and supply, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat said on Monday.

Singapore has also begun work on a "Closing the Waste Loop" project, using technology to minimise the environmental impact of the waste generated.

Meanwhile, the Cities of Tomorrow R&D programme was launched last year to drive innovation in urban development.

These three programmes will cost S$250 million.

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