Singapore Telco Company Starhub set to offer electricity for sale in conjunction with local solar energy firm Sunseap. The program will be officially soft-launched next month at the Open Electricity Market in Jurong.
From April 2018 onwards, households & businesses can opt to buy electricity from a retailer with flexible price planning. The surge of electricity is courtesy of the companies’ new clean energy souces and options. The Energy Market Authority(EMA) has been progessively offering alternative plans to consumers’ since 2001. Mr Howie Lau, chief marketing officer at StarHub, expressed jovially in the press release: “Working together with Sunseap, we are excited to offer households a compelling way to live a lower carbon footprint lifestyle using the sun’s energy.
“Leveraging each other’s expertise, we will bundle essential services from mobile, pay TV, broadband and electricity in attractive packages for customers, who are becoming more environmentally aware.”
The rest of Singapore’s electric consumers’ will have this option extended to them in the second half of the year 2018.
More information at www.ema.gov.sg.
Sourced from ChannelNewsAsia.com
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Article written by Yoji Amashiro