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Singapore Government sets aside S$49 million for low-carbon energy research | Video

The Singapore Government has set aside S$49 million to fund low-carbon energy research and test-bedding efforts in hydrogen and carbon capture utilisation and storage. Making his opening remarks at the Singapore International Energy Week on Monday (Oct 26), Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said Singapore hopes its green initiatives and energy management system can be "an inspiration to the urban societies across the world". Isabelle Lim reports.

Singapore Government sets aside S$49 million for low-carbon energy research | Video

26 Oct 2020 10:59pm
The Singapore Government has set aside S$49 million to fund low-carbon energy research and test-bedding efforts in hydrogen and carbon capture utilisation and storage. Making his opening remarks at the Singapore International Energy Week on Monday (Oct 26), Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said Singapore hopes its green initiatives and energy management system can be "an inspiration to the urban societies across the world". Isabelle Lim reports.

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