Vishal Tiwari, RepublicWorld |
Singapore is building one of the world's largest floating solar farms off the coast to support the effort against climate change. The 60 megawatt-peak floating solar system, which occupies an area of about 45 football fields, is vital to the Southeast Asian country, where scarcity of land makes it difficult to invest in other types of renewable energy projects, such as wind turbines and hydro-power plant. Singapore is one of the biggest per-capita emitters of greenhouse gases in Asia as it has the second greatest population density in the world.
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