Singapore’s largest solar farm can power up 16,000 four-room HDB flats for one year

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To reduce its carbon footprint, Singapore is turning to renewable energy. And that means creating one of the world’s largest floating solar farms at Tengeh Reservoir.

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SINGAPORE - Covid-19 may have caused delays to shipments of key equipment, but that has not derailed the timeline set out for building Singapore's largest solar photovoltaic (PV) system to date.

Spread across 10 solar-panel islands - equivalent in size to 45 football fields - on the surface of Tengeh Reservoir, it is also one of the world's largest inland floating solar PV systems.

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