There are many solar panels across the island to power devices such as closed-circuit television cameras in public areas and gadgets to monitor water levels in drains.
Such panels rely on exposure to direct sunlight for maximum utility.
Singapore has abundantly strong sunshine, but I have noticed that many of these solar panels are located near trees or next to tall buildings.
These panels need to be in open areas with maximum and direct exposure to sunlight, and not next to buildings or trees, otherwise, a lot of money would be wasted if we cannot derive optimal returns from the investment in solar panels.
Tio Ngee Huan