Monthly Archives: April 2019

How You Can Get Cheaper Electricity in Singapore

The current electricity tariff, as of writing (April 2019) is 24.39 cents per kWh, inclusive of GST. However, with the introduction of the Open Electricity Market (OEM), it is now possible to get a cheaper rate than this tariff.

Having the OEM in place means that there are now 13 retailers providing the nation with electricity; increasing competition in the marketplace and trying to increase market share by providing a range of innovative offers and plans to consumers.

Let us look at how tariffs – which are regulated by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) – are derived, and look at alternative options available in the OEM.

Regulated Residential Tariffs

By default, Singapore households buy electricity from SP Group, an EMA-regulated market support services company. SP Services’ tariffs are reviewed on a quarterly basis and are regulated by the EMA to reflect the actual electricity costs. This tariff includes two key …

Top 4 Common Mistakes to Avoid in an Interstate Move

People under a lot of stress tend to make mistakes. This is why before you can even feel the strain of adjusting to an entirely new environment, you would still have to face the pressures of preparing for your move.

This is particularly true when moving interstate. It is quite challenging to keep your cool if you’re faced with a mountain of tasks, not to mention what can be a costly change in your life. Because of this, it is important that you be prepared by coming up with measures to prevent problems from cropping up along the way.

To do so, you must first know the four most common mistakes people who are relocating to another state tend to make.

1.   Not Shopping Around for Professional Movers

The number of moving companies offering assistance in relocation continues to increase, which is why it can be daunting to shop …