Sembawang hot spring could be source of energy

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SINGAPORE - The only hot spring park in Sembawang could open up a new renewable energy source for Singapore.

The Straits Times has learnt that research is under way to determine if harnessing the underground heat there for applications such as electricity generation, cooling or water desalination is feasible.

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