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COVID-19 circuit breaker, hotter weather led to higher electricity usage in May: EMA, SP Group | Video

The COVID-19 “circuit breaker” period and hotter weather led to higher electricity usage for most households last month. An average increase of 22 per cent in daily household electricity consumption was noted in May compared to February this year, said the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and SP Group on Tuesday (Jun 16). Isabelle Lim reports.

COVID-19 circuit breaker, hotter weather led to higher electricity usage in May: EMA, SP Group | Video

16 Jun 2020 10:41pm
The COVID-19 “circuit breaker” period and hotter weather led to higher electricity usage for most households last month. An average increase of 22 per cent in daily household electricity consumption was noted in May compared to February this year, said the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and SP Group on Tuesday (Jun 16). Isabelle Lim reports.

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