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The Sembcorp energy storage system is South-east Asia’s largest and the fastest in the world of its size to be deployed. PHOTO: SEMBCORP INDUSTRIES
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SINGAPORE - South-east Asia’s largest energy storage system on Jurong Island, built by Singapore’s Sembcorp Industries and launched in February, may well have a link to a little-known industrial area in Britain.

The company had earlier worked on a similar project at a manufacturing site in Teesside, in the north of England, allowing it to bring back to Singapore its learnings from there.

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