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Turning reservoirs into 'energy batteries'

Renewable energy is the next big thing powering Singapore and Asean, according to Erwin Maspolim, head of Utilities, Power & Renewables, Asia Pacific, ING.

Worker on rooftop installing solar panels

In Asia, renewable energy is increasingly gaining traction as governments across the region recognise the potential of alternative energy sources to stimulate economic growth, drive technological innovation and cut pollution levels.

ING is playing an active role in (sustainable) financing several companies and projects in the region.


Read the full article on businesstimes.com.