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Lessons from Singapore: How to generate solar power in a city without much space

Solar energy would only be able to produce 10%-20% of Singapore's power supply mix because of land constraints. Image: REUTERS/Laurence SiMeng Tan

Rina Chandran

Correspondent, Reuters

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