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Solar Panels in Tengah HDB Town, Singapore
SP Group operates large-scale rooftop solar panel systems and will deploy conventional and vertical solar panels for a Singapore HDB town, Tengah, contributing to the nation's goal to achieve 2 gigawatt-peak solar capacity by 2030. The solar energy generated in Tengah will be used to power Centralised Cooling, coupled with renewable energy from other sources in Singapore. Residents can play a part in mitigating climate change by subscribing to Centralised Cooling.
Helping Singapore Mitigate Climate Change
SP is deploying both conventional and vertical solar panels (known as building-integrated photovoltaics, BIPV) in Tengah. Tengah will likely have the largest aggregated installation of BIPV in Singapore when fully developed.
Renewable energy from the solar panels is used to offset energy consumption, resulting in annual energy savings of 5,178MWh* for Tengah.
Carbon Emissions Reduced
Based on energy savings of 5,178MWh for Tengah, the annual carbon emissions reduced, 2,115 tonCO2 is equivalent to carbon absorbed by 105,757 trees for one year*
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*Based on local study done by Building System & Diagnostics (2021), "Tengah Town".