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Keppel Infrastructure partners Perennial to introduce sustainable energy-as-a-service concept

Jovi Ho
Jovi Ho10/27/2021 7:22 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Keppel Infrastructure partners Perennial to introduce sustainable energy-as-a-service concept
Perennial Business City is expected to reduce its total building consumption by more than 40% when it opens from 2022.
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Keppel Infrastructure has partnered Perennial to roll out Singapore’s first-of-its-kind energy-as-a-service (EaaS) concept at Perennial Business City at a contract sum of $50 million.

Keppel Infrastructure’s sustainable EaaS concept includes the installation and operation of super-efficient chiller systems and photovoltaic solar panels, offering zero carbon electricity long-term, as well as the setting up of smart electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, among others.

Perennial Business City, which is majority-owned and managed by Perennial, is an upcoming business park located in the Jurong Lake District.

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