Wholesaler (Generation)

A company is required to hold a Wholesaler (Generation) Licence issued by the EMA if it generates electricity by means of one or more generating units of 1 MW or more but less than 10 MW and the generating unit(s) is connected to the power grid.


For generating units of less than 1 MW that wish to be paid for the electricity it exports to the power grid, the generating unit(s) must be registered with the Energy Market Company and may have to compete to secure dispatch in the National Electricity Market of Singapore. If the aggregate capacity of the generating units owned by the company in a single location exceeds 10 MW in total, these generating units will have to bid in the electricity market to secure dispatch.

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. 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. Sembcorp Solar Singapore Pte Ltd (Formerly known as Solar C&I Holdings Pte Ltd)
  14. Wah & Hua Pte Ltd
  15. Sun Electric Energy Assets Pte Ltd
  16. Changi Mega Solar 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 


Generating Units

  • Please refer to Energy Market Company's website

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