As Singapore’s electricity market opens up to greater competition, solar company Sunseap and infocomm giant StarHub partner to power households with up to 100 per cent clean and renewable energy.
Consumers in Singapore who want to lower their environmental footprint and switch to cleaner energy can now do so without buying their own solar power installations.
Solar energy provider Sunseap and infocomm company StarHub have together rolled out a new service that allows Singapore residents to buy solar energy at current electricity prices, thanks to an increasingly liberalised energy market in the city-state.
The new service marks StarHub’s entry into Singapore’s open electricity market and offers consumers a choice of two subscription plans: Green Life and Green Save.
Green Life provides 100 per cent renewable energy at the same price of electricity produced by SP Group, which generates electricity from natural gas and powers the majority of households here. This means there will be no cost difference for consumers who switch to renewable energy.
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