Industry collaborations key to unlocking S'pore's carbon neutral ambitions

Floating solar panel arrays that have been assembled at Tengeh Reservoir. The project will be able to generate sufficient clean energy to power PUB's local water treatment plants. PHOTO: SEMBCORP INDUSTRIES
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SINGAPORE - Industry players are tackling Singapore's ambition to reduce carbon emissions in a range of ways, from calling on innovators to conjure up sustainability solutions to setting up incubation labs to help develop start-ups with an eco-friendly bent.

Investment company Temasek and developer CapitaLand are at the forefront of the campaign as they search for think-outside-the-box ideas to drive the creation of a greener built environment.

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