Singapore Electricity Tariff Revision for Q1 (2012)

The electricity tariff for households will increase by 0.61 cents per kWh or 2.3% to 27.59 cents per kWh for the quarter 1 Jan to 31 Mar 12. Households in 4-room HDB flats will pay, on average, about $2.30 more in monthly electricity bills. Electricity tariffs are reviewed quarterly based on guidelines set by the Energy Market Authority (EMA).


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