Solar power may have a major impact on Singapore’s energy mix over the coming years, eroding the dominance of gas in the country’s electricity generation even as it vies to become a regional LNG trading hub.
Gas generated 95% of Singapore’s electricity in Q1 2017, but solar energy could supply 25% of projected peak electricity demand by 2025, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean said on Monday at Singapore International Energy Week.
“While natural gas will remain a key component of our energy mix, there...
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