23 Jan 2019
EMA replied to writer Albert Tang's query which explained how retailers could offer rates that are lower than the regulated tariff.
14 Jan 2019
EMA explained that the Open Electricity Market aims to give consumers more choices when buying electricity. It is not compulsory for consumers to switch and there is no deadline for switching. Those who had switched pay an electricity rate which is on average about 20 per cent lower than the regulated tariff.
12 Jan 2019
ST carried replies by both EMA and Senoko Energy on a separate forum letter asking that electricity retailers comply with the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA). EMA’s reply highlighted that it has reminded all electricity retailers to comply with the PDPA.
01 Oct 2018
The Open Electricity Market will provide consumers with more choices when buying electricity. We recognise that not everyone may wish to switch to a retailer. Hence it is not compulsory to switch and there is no deadline.
20 Apr 2018
The Open Electricity Market gives consumers more choices and flexibility in their electricity purchases. This will incentivise the electricity retailers to offer more competitive pricing and innovative offers.
12 Apr 2018
EMA regulates the energy sector to protect the interests of Singapore consumers. EMA also safeguards reliable energy supply to Singapore consumers and promotes effective competition in the energy market.
16 Nov 2017
EMA's and NEA's joint reply on raising greater public awareness on the environmental impact of excessive electricity consumption
19 Mar 2017
EMA's response to ST's forum letter on ways to produce cheaper electricity
13 Mar 2017
EMA's response to Today's forum letter on Fast-track launch of meter giving real-time water data
03 Nov 2016
EMA's response to ST forum letters on full retail competition and smart meter
30 Jun 2016
EMA replied to Mr Darren Chan's letter highlighting that theft of utilities will not be tolerated
28 Oct 2014
EMA replied to Mr Narayana Narayana's letter in Today explaining the methodology for setting the electricity tariff.
08 Oct 2014
EMA replied to Mr Narayana Narayana's letter in Today explaining that this quarter’s fuel cost component is taken from the average daily gas prices from 1 July to 15 September.