Singapore aims to deploy at least 2 GWp of solar energy by 2030. This would correspond to 10 per cent of the current electricity demand. The government will support the development through the SolarNova programme and promote roof-top-based solar deployment. The HDB plans to install solar panels on half of its rooftops in the coming years. The country also plans to double the floating solar capacity from current plans of around 160 MW peak and deploy 200 MW of energy storage systems by 2025. This will help in managing grid resilience and offering peak shaving services. Natural gas will, however, continue to be the dominant fuel for Singapore in the near future due to the time needed to scale up alternative sources of power generation.