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A sustainable framework to keep electricity affordable

Dr Tan See Leng gave the assurance that eligible households will continue to receive U-Save utilities rebates. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Even if Singapore were to cover all the rooftops of Housing Board flats and other buildings, reservoirs and other large spaces with solar panels, it can generate only up to around 6 per cent of its electricity needs.

And even if it pivots successfully to low-carbon electricity, most of its energy must still be imported due to geographical constraints.

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