Singapore to tap more green energy with JTC's solar push

JTC said its SolarRoof programme can make solar adoption easier and more accessible for firms. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's drive to tap more clean energy from the sun is being accelerated by a policy from industrial developer JTC Corporation that will increase the installation of solar panels at its facilities.

The Straits Times has learnt that JTC now requires solar panels to be installed for new land and land-based facility allocations, lease renewals, land launches and tenders in all its estates.

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