Solar energy is one of Singapore's most promising renewable energy sources. Our aim is to achieve at least 2 gigawatt-peak (GWp) of solar energy by 2030—enough to power around 350,000 households for a year.
Regional Power Grids
Singapore is exploring the potential of being plugged into a regional power grid. This will allow us to further diversify our sources of energy.
To further reduce Singapore's carbon footprint, we are studying emerging technologies such as hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation & storage.
Natural gas is our main fuel for generating electricity. We import natural gas from Malaysia and Indonesia through piped networks, and also in a liquefied state from around the world via the Singapore LNG Terminal.