Phones & Utilities

Save With Certainty On Senoko Energy LifePower24 Fixed Rate Plan

The Open Electricity Market (OEM) has allowed households to switch from SP Group to other retailers to trim their electricity bills. While this has been a fantastic ride so far, it would be even better if households can make the switch with certainty on the following: Knowing the unit rate to be paid across the entire duration of the contract Enjoying the highest saving rate across the type of plans available With so many fixed rate plans being offered in

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Daily Living, Phones & Utilities

iSwitch: Stand A Chance To Win 1 Year Free Electricity For Your Household While Paying Less For Your Electricity Bill When You Switch To iSwitch.

With the first phase of the Open Electricity Market (OEM) rolled-out on 1st November, households with postal codes that begin from 58 – 78 now have the opportunity to switch electricity providers. This means that you can now choose plans from electricity retailers like iSwitch instead of getting your power supply from SP Group alone, very much like choosing a mobile phone plan. However, with the many retailers that debuted with the launch of OEM, it may be very confusing

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Be An Informed Consumer When Choosing Your Electricity Price Plan

Currently, residential consumers (like you and I) can buy electricity only from SP Group. This will gradually change as the Energy Market Authority (EMA) sets its sights on further opening up of the electricity market. This will allow households to buy electricity from a retailer at a price plan that best meets their needs. Since the soft launch of the Open Electricity Market (OEM) in April 2018, those staying in Jurong enjoy more choices and flexibility when it comes to

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7 Painless Ways To Curb Your Energy Bills

1. ROLL DOWN THE BLINDS During summer and hot days, roll down the blinds to prevent extra heat from coming in and prevent your air conditioner from running more on energy. Do the opposite during the cold weather to keep your home naturally warm. 2. INVEST ON WINDOW FILM If the blinds are still inferior with the Singapore heat, consider investing on window film or window tint. Believe it or not, window film eliminates as much as 90% of the

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Phones & Utilities

How to save on your electricity bills

How to save on your electricity bills?

Before we go into the various methods on how to save electricity bills, let us find out what are the appliances that consume the MOST electricity. According to the National Environment Agency (NEA), the three appliances that consumed the most energy are air-conditioner, water heater and refrigerator – with the former consuming the most electricity. If that is really the case, what should be done to reduce the consumption? Lets find out! 1. Set your air-conditioner thermostat to 25°C or

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