BUYING ELECTRICITY
It is easier than you think

Who can buy?

Any person or entity with Unique Entity Number (UEN) who has one or more electricity accounts with Singapore registered address.

Check your eligibility here

How to be contestable?

A commercial or industrial (C&I) consumer with an average monthly electricity consumption of at least 2,000 kWh (~$400) is eligible to become contestable.

Apply for contestability status here

IN THE MARKET

Users can choose their preferred retailer

Generation Companies

Generate electricity into the electricity wholesale market.

Retailers

Buy electricity from the wholesale market and sell them to contestable consumers.

Consumers

Choose their preferred electricity plan from licensed retailers.

READY TO GET STARTED?

Users can choose their preferred retailer

Sign up with us

Create a Power Bersama account.

Post a request

Post a request based on your consumption profile.

Select preferred offer

Select your preferred offer from a retailer.

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The latest updates

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For the period from 1 July to 30 September 2019, electricity tariffs (before 7% GST) will increase by an average of 6.4% or 1.43 cents per kWh compared with the previous quarter.

Lights out for five Singapore power retailers amid fierce competition

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5 myths about the Open Electricity Market

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Electricity Tariff Revision for the Period 1 April to 30 June 2019

For the period from 1 April to 30 June 2019, electricity tariffs (before 7% GST) will decrease by an average of 4.7%