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Singapore Happy to Be `Goldilocks’ for Energy Usage Experiments

As the world tries to curb carbon emissions, Singapore could be a testing ground for new ideas on how to reduce energy use through data and urban design, according to Chan Chun Sing, its trade and industry minister. Singapore is using data on how different industries and segments of the population use energy to optimize […]

Ensuring energy security also vital: Tan Wu Meng

Singaporeans may know how crucial water security is to the Republic’s survival, but they also need to keep an eye on its energy security. After all, the country’s water facilities such as Newater and desalination plants require large amounts of energy to operate, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Trade and Industry and Foreign Affairs Tan Wu […]

Singapore consumers can choose electricity provider from November

SINGAPORE: From November, all 1.4 million electricity consumers in Singapore will have the option of choosing their preferred electricity price plans from as many as 12 providers. With the nationwide roll-out of the Open Electricity Market, consumers will no longer have to buy electricity from SP Group at a regulated tariff that is reviewed quarterly. This option, […]

Despite Tuesday’s blackout, SIngapore’s power backup procedures are in place: Chan Chun Sing

SINGAPORE: Preliminary investigations following this week’s power outages across multiple estates in Singapore suggest that the country’s backup procedures are in place and working fine, said Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Sing on Friday (Sep 21). This is illustrated by how it took just 15 minutes for the system to be restarted when two […]

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