Energy-efficiency is the goal
Singapore aims to have 80% of all its buildings meet its minimum ‘Green Mark Certified’ energy efficiency standards by 2030.
90% to 95% of electricity generated from natural gas Smart grid systems installed in more than 30% of the households
Integrated health information system across Singapore Cloud computing models used in most healthcare organisations
100% broadband penetration rate Initialisation of 4G LTE service 50% of households to have smart home solutions
80% of buildings to meet its ‘Green Mark Certified’ energy efficiency standards by 2030 Zero energy buildings in the next five years
70% of traffic to be public transport by 2020 Availability of real-time travel information on internet and mobile phones 40% rebate on purchases of green vehicles, such as hybrid, electric cars, etc India can utilise Singapore’s expertise in urban planning, especially for the smart cities project.
The Chinese government has used Singapore’s skills to create smart and sustainable satellite towns that also have had the potential to generate employment. It has created a model business park-cum-city in a joint venture with Singapore at Suzhou.
Other examples include an eco city in Tianjin and Knowledge City in Guangzhou.