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Individuals have a part to play in using electricity in smarter and more efficient ways.
As individuals, we can do our part by practising energy-saving habits such as:
Setting the temperature to at least 25°C when using the air-conditioner
Air-drying clothes in the sun instead of using a dryer
Skipping the use of water heater when the weather is hot and sunny
Switching off appliances at the socket when not in use
Advanced Electricity Meters
Advanced electricity meters allow residential consumers to easily monitor their half-hourly electricity usage through the SP app. This enables them to make more informed choices on saving energy and reduce their electricity bills.
EMA, together, with SP Group, will be piloting the Residential Demand-Response Programme to empower households to actively reduce their electricity consumption during peak demand periods.
Under the pilot programme to be launched by the second half of 2024, participating households with advanced electricity meters installed will receive alerts via their SP app to temporarily reduce or defer their electricity consumption in return for financial incentives.