Battery units to reduce noise, air pollution at building sites

One of Ampd Energy's Enertainer battery system units, which is deployed at the One Holland Village Residences construction site. PHOTO: AMPD ENERGY
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SINGAPORE - Start-up Ampd Energy is tackling the long-standing problem of air and noise pollution arising from construction sites by using battery systems instead of traditional diesel generators.

The Hong Kong-based firm's lithium-ion battery energy storage system the Enertainer will be deployed at five building sites here.

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