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REC to invest S$250m to scale up its solar capacity (Amended)

It will expand its Tuas South plant and work with an NUS research body to build a next-generation solar panel

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Minister of Trade and Industry S Iswaran at the inauguration of REC's S$200 million expanded solar-energy manufacturing facility in Tuas South on Wednesday. REC employs more than 2,000 people and exported over 4.5 million solar panels last year.

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SINGAPORE'S largest cleantech player, REC, has unveiled S$250 million in investments in the form of an expanded solar-energy manufacturing facility, and a joint research and development (R&D) project to develop the next-generation solar panel.

REC is pumping in S$200

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