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Terrenus Energy, LONGi bring nearly 20MWp solar modules to Changi Airport

This is expected to generate some 23.9GWh of clean energy annually.

Terrenus Energy, together with LONGi, delivered 19.2-megawatt-peak (MWp) high-efficiency solar modules to Singapore’s Changi Airport. 

Terrenus Energy was earlier awarded the SolarLand Phase 2 by the JTC Corporation. The original capacity, as awarded, stood at 12MWp, which was later raised by 60%to 19.2MWp. 

The project is now projected to generate some 23.9 gigawatt-hour of clean energy per year, which translates to around 10,000 tonnes of carbon emission reduction. 

"Terrenus Energy is proud to complete such a landmark project in Singapore – currently the largest ground-mounted solar energy site in Singapore,” Charles Wong, CEO of Terrenus Energy, said.

“Its inventive design optimizes clean energy generation, resulting in steeper cost savings and project returns."

Read also: Singapore zooms in on renewable energy amidst energy insecurity

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