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  1. A truck burns during a protest of the Yellow vests (Gilets jaunes) against rising oil prices and

    Commentary: Cheap oil is blocking progress on climate change

    Drivers drive less frequently when filling up the tank burns holes in their wallets, say one energy lecturer.
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    Commentary: Think outside of the box to tackle water scarcity

    To truly tackle water scarcity, we need to rethink the different aspects of water management, says one observer.
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    10 ways to slash your bill as water and electricity prices rise

    From recycling water from the washing machine, to switching to LEDs, Talking Point gets expert tips to help three households reduce their ...
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    Commentary: Carbon tax a conscientious approach for a sustainable future

    Where the announced carbon tax rate at Budget 2018 has seen a downward revision from a previously mentioned range, two experts discuss the merits ...
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    Utilities bill redesigned to help Singaporeans conserve water, electricity

    The new layout allows consumers to view utility usage at a glance, compare the average consumption of neighbours living in similar housing types ...
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    SP Services warns of scam calls

    Some SP Services customers say they have received phone calls claiming that their utilities accounts are in arrears or that their electricity ...
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    840,000 HDB households to receive GST U-Save rebate in July

    Eligible Singaporean households will each receive a GST Voucher-Utilities-Save rebate of up to S$65, depending on their flat type, says the ...
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    Paradise Group fined S$530,000 for tampering with gas meters

    The restaurant chain had tampered with the gas meters at its outlets, and used more than S$600,000 of gas without paying for it, the Energy Market ...