Energy-intensive, carbon-heavy industrial ports rarely receive praise for their emissions reduction efforts, but it can be done, and Singapore’s Jurong Port is showing its peers how.

The port of entry for a wide range of non-container goods and cargo ranging from steel, concrete and cement coming into Singapore, energy-hungry Jurong Port moved to build Singapore’s largest single-site solar energy facility in 2016 to power its on-land operations in sustainable, non-polluting ways.

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