Case study: Singapore’s complex microgrid projects demonstrate progressive thinking about how to power an island

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Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) is one of the top technical universities in Asia. Through its Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator-Singapore (REIDS) initiative, NTU recently announced the commissioning of the first of four microgrids that will allow it to build...

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