22,000 households will stay cool from a central air-conditioning system.
The centralised cooling system for residential Housing Development Board projects aims to optimise the energy consumption for air-conditioning needs and reduce the urban heat island effect, said Daikin in a media release.
Under the memorandum of understanding signed 9 November, Daikin will deploy its Building Management System to monitor and control Tengah's centralised cooling system.
Approximately 22,000 households are expected to benefit from the initiative, and Tengah will be the model for low-carbon smart energy towns in Singapore.
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