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  1. Singapore plans a carbon tax on facilities such as petrochemical plants

    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 ...
  3. Power meter

    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 ...
  4. stock pix of HDB flats

    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 ...
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    Entrepreneur building up Cambodia with 'Lego-like' bricks

    A Cambodian social entrepreneur has won plaudits for his "My Dream Home" project, which aims to provide affordable and environmentally-friendly ...
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    StarHub, partners invest S$200m to support Singapore's cybersecurity sector

    As it launches its Cyber Security Centre of Excellence, the local telco also touts its "first-of-its-kind" approach to scan threats before they ...
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    Sembcorp Industries reports 25% drop in Q1 earnings

    Sembcorp reported net profits of S$107 million in the first three months of 2016. Overall, turnover came in at S$1.9 billion, down 19 per cent ...
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    Consumer prices extend fall in March led by private road transport costs

    Singapore’s consumer prices fell 1.0 per cent last month, with steep declines in the cost of fuel and utilities and private road transport.
  10. smart homes yuhua 2

    Smart devices trial extended to 3,200 households in Yuhua

    The devices include a Utilities Management System to monitor energy and water usage as well as an Elderly Monitoring System to provide caregivers ...