A company is required to hold a Wholesaler Licence issued by the EMA if it:
(i) generates electricity by means of a generating unit which has a name-plate rating of 1 MW or more but less than 10 MW and the generating unit(s) is connected to the power grid;

(ii) provides ancillary services or any electricity-related product or service through a load reduction;

(iii) supplies, sells or offers to sell electricity generated at specified premises by the Licensee by means of a generating unit described in (i) to a non-residential consumer at the same specified premises.

For generating units of less than 10 MW that wish to be paid for the electricity it exports to the power grid, the generating unit(s) must be registered with the Market Company or the Market Support Services Licensee under the Enhanced Central Intermediary Scheme (ECIS).

Consumers can participate in the wholesale electricity market through reducing their load during times of high wholesale electricity price or system supply shortage under the Demand Response Programme and Interruptible Load Scheme respectively. For consumers who wish to offer either individual load facility or aggregated load facilities of multiple contestable consumers within the same specific zone to be reduced, the minimum load reduction of the individual or aggregated load facilities is 0.1 MW.

A company with a Wholesaler Licence can supply, sell or offer to sell electricity generated at a Specified Premises to a non-residential consumer at the same Specified Premises. Specified Premises are defined as any premises that: (a) are lawfully used or occupied by the Licensee for the purpose of generating electricity through a generating unit on the premises for supply and sale by the Licensee of the electricity to one or more consumers who lawfully use or occupy the premises for non-residential purposes; and (b) are also supplied electricity from a transmission system. These premises can include: (i) a single building; and (ii) a cluster of buildings under a single master-sub metering arrangement.

View existing licensees

  1. Biofuel Industries Pte Ltd
  2. Pfizer Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  3. Air Liquide Singapore Pte Ltd (Formerly known as Singapore Oxygen Air Liquide Pte Ltd)
  4. MSD International GmbH
  5. Green Power Asia Pte Ltd
  6. Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd
  7. JE Green Solutions Pte Ltd (Formerly known as CGNPC Solar-Biofuel Power (Singapore) Pte Ltd)
  8. Glaxo Wellcome Manufacturing Pte Ltd, trading as GlaxoSmithkline Biologicals
  9. Sunseap Leasing Pte Ltd
  10. LYS Genco Beta Pte Ltd
  11. REC Solar Pte Ltd
  12. Nanyang Technological University
  13. Singapore District Cooling Pte Ltd
  14. Sembcorp Solar Singapore Pte Ltd (Formerly known as Solar C&I Holdings Pte Ltd)
  15. Wah & Hua Pte Ltd
  16. Sun Electric Energy Assets Pte Ltd
  17. Cleantech Solar Asia Pte Ltd
  18. Sunseap Leasing Beta Pte Ltd
  19. National University of Singapore
  20. SolarNova Phase 1 Pte Ltd
  21. Sunseap Commercial Assets Pte Ltd
  22. Singapore Institute of Technology
  23. Public Utilities Board
  24. Katoen Natie Singapore (Jurong) Pte Ltd
  25. Veolia ES Singapore Industrial Pte Ltd
  26. Terrenus Energy Pte Ltd
  27. Sembcorp Marine Integrated Yard Pte Ltd
  28. Kimberly-Clark Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  29. Land Transport Authority
  30. LYS Genco Theta Pte Ltd
  31. Enel X Singapore Pte Ltd
  32. Sunseap Vpower Pte Ltd
  33. LYS Genco Phi Pte Ltd
  34. SMRT TEL Pte. Ltd.
  35. Sunstep Global Pte. Ltd.
  36. Mapletree Logistics Trust Management Ltd.
  37. Golden Solar Pte. Ltd.
  38. Agilent Technologies Singapore Pte Ltd
  39. Sunseap Energy Ventures Pte. Ltd.
  40. PSA Corporation Limited
  41. Terrenus Energy SL2 Pte. Ltd.
  42. SolarNova 4 Beta Assets Pte. Ltd.
  43. LYS Genco XI Pte. Ltd.
  44. Hua Ying (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
  45. SolarLand Alpha Assets Pte. Ltd.
  46. Kim Hock Corporation Pte. Ltd.
  47. SBS Transit DTL Pte. Ltd.

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