Singapore targets solar projects


Further to the news that Singapore would be hosting its annual SEMI Singapore, the Singapore government has released a blueprint for improving the use of sustainable resources, such as solar energy.

The Singapore government’s IMCSD (Inter-Ministerial Committee for Sustainable Development) recently released its Sustainable Development Blueprint, outlining key initiatives for sustainable development through to 2030.

One of the new initiatives for building eco-friendly public housing requires that solar technology will be used in roof-top solar panels in 30 public housing precincts nationwide, a decision valued at approximately $21m.

Installing the panels and equipment for the predicted 3.1 MW of solar power is scheduled over a five-year period, according to the plan, as reported by Semiconductor International.

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