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EnergyCents- Ep 137: Electron exports: Singapore looks to its neighbors for lower-carbon power

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Singapore, which relies on natural gas to fire nearly all of its power generation, has plans to increase to about 30% the share of renewables in its electricity mix by 2035. The island city-state lacks available landmass for large-scale solar and wind installations and intends to rely on neighboring countries to generate renewable power and export it to Singapore via undersea cables.  Vince Heo and Hui Min Foong join EnergyCents with hosts Hill Vaden and Sam Humphreys to discuss Singapore’s Low-Carbon Import Project and consider some of the plan’s technical, commercial, and political challenges.

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