Keppel Land may save up to $30 million a year by going green
Published on Jul 9, 2014 8:44 PM
SINGAPORE - Going green could help Singapore-based property developer Keppel Land save as much as $30 million a year in energy costs, it said in a statement on Wednesday.
The firm released that figure as part of its latest sustainability report, which is its sixth.
It said that the total energy savings from its 43 Green Mark-certified projects in Singapore and overseas will be about 120 million kilowatt-hours per year when those projects are fully completed.
That amount works out to enough energy to power over 21,000 homes in Singapore for a year, and will also save an estimated $30 million, Keppel Land said.
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