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Old 20-03-2018, 04:27 PM   #46
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when will mature estates be eligible?

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Old 20-03-2018, 04:30 PM   #47
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when will mature estates be eligible?

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It will be rolled out in phases in second-half 2018 after Jurong.

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Old 20-03-2018, 04:39 PM   #48
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Signed up with Ohm using my brother's referral code... $20 bill credit for both parties. Price wise buay pai lah 22% of SP tariff... but key consideration is third party charges - they explicitly say that it is included. Their FAQ also very detailed and comprehensive. No obligations 3 month trial... take referral credit and zao also can haha

Don't know about all the other providers... only got a very convenient footnote say "The electricity retailer may require you to pay other fees and charges, including one or more of the prevailing market-related."

Anybody want to use my referral code drop me a PM.

Refer to the table below. Should be around 6 cts/kWh of hidden charges. No way to determine carbon tax tho.

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Old 20-03-2018, 04:44 PM   #50
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Signed up with Ohm using my brother's referral code... $20 bill credit for both parties. Price wise buay pai lah 22% of SP tariff... but key consideration is third party charges - they explicitly say that it is included. Their FAQ also very detailed and comprehensive.

Don't know about all the other providers... only got a very convenient footnote say "The electricity retailer may require you to pay other fees and charges, including one or more of the prevailing market-related."

Anybody want to use my referral code drop me a PM.

Refer to the table below. Should be around 6 cts/kWh of hidden charges. No way to determine carbon tax tho.

Wah, i saw this too. Lots of hidden charges, which i lazy to read. Sounds very intersting especially the wholesale plan.

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Nothing will be sent to you, you have to source the best providers for yourself. There is one upcoming roadshow from Best Electricity this coming sunday at SAFRA Jurong.
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Old 20-03-2018, 04:44 PM   #51
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Geneco plan seems the best....
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Old 20-03-2018, 04:46 PM   #52
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Just Compiled some

Tuas Power
1) Fixed @ $0.194/kwh
2) 10% off
3) [Peak Periods (7am-7pm)20.2 cents/kWh] [Off-Peak Periods (7pm-7am)
19.0 cents/KWh]

Sunseap-Starhub
1) Same but 100% solar power
2) 20% off

Best Electricity (Prime)
1) Cash rebate (3mths avg usage*$1.07). Price same
2) 20% off
3) Fixed $0.168/kwh

Geneco by Seraya Energy
1) Fixed $0.1683/kwh
2) 20% off
3) [Peak Periods (6am-12am) 10% off ($0.194/kwh)]
[Off-Peak Periods (12am-6am) 50% off ($0.1078/KWh)]

Keppel Electric
1) 21% off
2) Fixed $0.165 ~ $0.1707/kwh
3) [Peak Periods (7am-11pm) ($0.1880/kwh)]
[Off-Peak Periods (11pm-7am)($0.1538KWh)]

Here are some of the best options i've detailed out.

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Old 20-03-2018, 04:52 PM   #53
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Geneco plan seems the best....
This is what i think of too. Called their customer service, not bad. They are the only one that offers free AMI Meter replacement. Others need pay $40. The new meter can track your usage in half-hourly basis.

I tried tabulating the offers using past month's total kwh used. End up i get most cheapest price with Geneco, taking the off-peak and peak plan.

Second up is the Geneco's fixed $0.16 and thirdly is Keppel 21% off.
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holy smokes moving my computers to jurong now
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Old 20-03-2018, 04:57 PM   #56
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Not a western sinkie but I tot I might just come in with some tots. I think in consideration of the pricing and such, it might actually be better to think a couple of years ahead.

The price might be super attractive now but will there be a nasty turn of policy a couple of years down the road? Is the cheapest plan gonna be 100% low price forever? What will happen if oil prices suddenly shoot up due to XXX or YYY factors, how will it affect the pricing. Is there fine prints that allow these company to up the price as and when they like it?


Imho, it would perhaps be wiser to find out all you guys could, before committing to one of them.
Why would u care about what happens few years down the road? U get the cheapest plan now and switch when the plan changes...
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Old 20-03-2018, 05:01 PM   #57
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discount is better than fixed i think ... sp will most probably respond with lower tariff and you may end up paying even lesser
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Old 20-03-2018, 05:05 PM   #58
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Why would u care about what happens few years down the road? U get the cheapest plan now and switch when the plan changes...
yeah. Agree, Take what benefits us. We are not investing in oil, unless you are investing in oil, then care much more.
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Am wondering why these providers, which have arguable less economies of scale and less market share and capital than SP, are able to offer better deals than SP.

Any insight?
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got 2 year contract before u can change?
whats the terms and conditions? and its only electric? Water and gas still via SP?
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