Open Electricity Market (OEM) [NO SHARING/REQUEST OF CODES] - Part 5

Did you switch? Who did you sign up for?

  • Best Electricity

    Votes: 13 1.1%
  • Diamond Electric

    Votes: 3 0.2%
  • ES Power Singapore

    Votes: 1 0.1%
  • Geneco

    Votes: 311 25.7%
  • iSwitch

    Votes: 44 3.6%
  • Keppel Electric

    Votes: 88 7.3%
  • Ohm Energy

    Votes: 195 16.1%
  • PacificLight

    Votes: 15 1.2%
  • Sembcorp Power

    Votes: 68 5.6%
  • Senoko Energy

    Votes: 105 8.7%
  • Sunseap

    Votes: 18 1.5%
  • Tuas Power

    Votes: 149 12.3%
  • Union Power

    Votes: 17 1.4%
  • No - I'm not switching

    Votes: 183 15.1%

  • Total voters


Arch-Supremacy Member
Mar 22, 2011
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Open Electricity Market (OEM) is now open for registration for whole Singapore

Please read the following Facts
㊀ It is not compulsory for you to switch to a retailer. You can remain with SP Group to buy electricity at the regulated tariff if you prefer to do so.

㊁ Electricity is produced by the power generation companies. SP Group then transmits and distributes it to consumers through the national power grid. Your electricity supply stays the same whether you switch to a retailer or not. This is because SP Group will continue to operate the national power grid and deliver electricity to everyone.

㊂ Read the fine prints before signing up, some retailers charge miscellaneous fees such as retail service fee or paper bill fee. Please DO read very carefully before signing up and read the fine prints!

㊄ Before you decide on which retailer, first ask yourself do you want to receive the same SP paper bill even after switching to a retailer? Some retailers has SP integrated paper bill while the rest uses own e-billing. Retailers that use SP integrated billing are Ohm, Tuas Power, Red Dot Power and Best Electricity.

Keppel Electric
Tuas Power
Sembcorp Power
Senoko Energy
Union Power
Diamond Electric

Retailers that exited the residential market
Red Dot Power
Hyflux Energy
ES Power
Sun Electric
Ohm Energy
Best Electricity


Final warning to all: No sharing of codes, asking for codes via here or PM.

And also no quarreling or insulting each other.

Failure to do so will receive warnings and infractions, and thread will be permanently closed.

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Arch-Supremacy Member
Mar 22, 2011
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Welcome to Part 5 of my OEM thread. It had came so far .. 😉

Still the switching rates are low at 34%.
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Jan 29, 2006
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Signed up for both Geneco and Sembcorb.

Sembcorb's sign up is a lot simpler, can integrate with SP bill iirc and has own app. :o
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