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Singapore sets 2030 target for sustainable energy supply

It aims for solar energy to make up about 10% of peak daily electricity demand by then

Besides improving its energy supply, Singapore must manage energy demand, particularly for cooling, Mr Chan said. He was speaking at the opening of the Singapore International Energy Week on Tuesday.


IN ITS bid to build energy supplies in a "sustainable, reliable and affordable" way for the next 50 years, Singapore aims to deploy at least two gigawatt-peak (GWp) of solar energy, or roughly 10 per cent of peak daily electricity demand, by 2030.

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