Senoko Energy Reviews and Comparison - Seedly
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  • Made 2 referrals successfully and will be making a 3rd referral. Rewards for me, $20 rebates. Does SP give you rebates all these years? NO. Only increase of electricity, water and gas charges. Dun let SP take away more money with excuses of oil charges increase.
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  • Switched over to senoko early this year and it’s probably the best decision. The switch was easy and smooth, no impact or troubles to manage. Since then I have recommended my family and friends to do the same.
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  • Definitely one of the lowest fixed price plan! Fuss free and seamless transition! Highly recommended
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  • The application process was easy and straightforward. Even gotten my parents to switch to Senoko. On top of that the invoice is clear with every details. Thumb up!
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  • I got my bill quite late after sp bill until I thought what was going on. Credit card also don't know when will be deducted.
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  • Being on senoko since April, so far no issue. There was some confusion on the credit card promotion when I signed up as the instructions wasn't clear on how to get those rebates. But it was sorted out by their kind agent. If you can get good signup rebate, just go for it.
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  • After the launch of OEM, Senoko is my only choice and thereafter is history. It is a reputable and reliable company as it has its own generation plant. Secondly rate is competitive. Lastly change is no hassel at all. What are you waiting for? Go for OEM, go for Senoko!
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  • Made the switch to Senoko Energy based on the following reasons: 1) Strong history & reliability Senoko Energy is a local brand with a good track record since 1976. Very stable and they have their own power plant too. 2) Competitive plans I signed up with them in May when they were offering 17.78¢/kWh for 24-month fixed rate plan. It was the lowest 24-mth fixed rate plan then and I got to enjoy a $60 bill rebate. 3) No hidden fees No security deposit, transmission loss charges or carbon tax. 17.78cents all inclusive. 4) Bank promo Was able to link my OCBC card to enjoy a $40 cashback and additional 3% monthly rebate with OCBC 365 credit card. 5) Extra friend referral rebate I was referred in by a friend so I got to enjoy an additional $20 bill rebate (my friend enjoy an extra $20 too) Switch early and don't let yourself be susceptible to SP's fluctuating electricity prices! 💡
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Nicholas Tan Yi Da
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Well prices are similar, the only thing u can do is to weigh the pros and cons of other stuff, such as whether its same bill, hidden fees, promotions, trustworthiness of the company transparency of billing, etc. Hope that helps :)

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My general rule of thumb is to choose companies that are 1)big well established companies(e.g. companies with their own power generation factories like tuas, keppel etc. 2)trustworthy 3) transparent in their billing/fees and also for some who wish more convinience , maybe choose ones that are the same SP bill. Hope that helps:)

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Huang Shuxian
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It is easy to indentify, under the fact sheet there is a column stating ->Direct Billing . If it states yes then it will be seperate billing and if it states no then SP will bill you instead .

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Randy Chai
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Hi there! If you've been following our community you would probably find that we've already covered the cheapest electricity retailer and the terms & conditions you should consider when it comes to choosing the ideal retailer. If you've yet to do so, do click on the respective links and read for your own good :) A couple of considerations beyond prices and promotions would be, services, usability and how environmentally friendly theses retailers are. So which electricity retailers are actually environmentally friendly? ! Carbon Neutral Electricity Retailers iSwitch - All of iSwitch's electricity plans are 100% green. They have this iSwitch2Green Carbon Credit Offset scheme that is applicable for both businesses and residential households. These carbon credits are issued with the aim of reducing the equivalent emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Households can use these credits to offset their use of electricity to become carbon neutral, helping you do your part for the environment! Do note that iSwitch has six electricity plans to choose from, 3 Fixed Price Plans and 3 Discount-Off-Tariff (DOT) Plan. Source: https://iswitch.com.sg/green-electricity-iswitch-online-price-plans/ Geneco - Geneco has a plan (Get It Green Plan) that produces zero carbon footprint for a one-year period. However, do note that all users can purchase carbon credits with Geneco at an additional cost of S$0.005 per kWh, which will be reflected on your monthly bill. Which represents that If your household consumes 500 kWh per month, and you have signed up with us for a 24-month fixed rate plan at S$0.1620 per kWh, your electricity bill would be S$81 per month. If you choose to purchase the carbon credits to offset your electricity consumption at a cost of S$0.005 per kWh, you would only be paying an additional S$2.50 per month. Which is not too steep of a price to pay to reduce your carbon footprint! Do note that Geneco has a total of seven electricity plans to choose from, 4 Fixed Price Plans, 1 Discount-Off-Tariff (DOT) Plan and 2 Non-Standard Fixed Price Plan. Source: https://www.geneco.sg/reduce-carbon-footprint/ Sembcorp Power - All Semcorp Power's regular plans provide carbon offset 50 kWh of electricity per month. P.S. For every successful contract sign-up with Sembcorp Power, they claim to pledge $5 to selected charities to offset their electricity bills. Wow! Solar Energy Plans/Retailers Geneco - 100% clean solar energy plan (Get Sunny) for 18 months. However, do note that your contract will be renewed under a standard 24 months Fixed Plan. View fact sheet here Sembcorp - Unique non-standard solar energy price plan (Sunshine Plan) that provides you with green energy from 7am to 7pm only and regular energy after this period. Do note that the prices vary as well. You will pay 21.40c/kWh from 7am to 7pm and 18.65c/kWh after. View fact sheet here Sunseap has three Fixed-Price Plans and three Discount off Tariff Plans that you can choose from which runs on 1%, 50% and 100% solar energy respectively View source: https://www.sunseap.com/residential/electricity-plans/ P.S. You can also check out and compare reviews of all 12 electricity retailers here: https://seedly.sg/reviews/electricity-market I hope this will help!
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About Senoko Energy
Plan Types and PriceLifePower24: 17.7 cents/KWH LifePower12: 18.45cents/KWH LifeSave Plan24: 19% Discount off Regulated tariff rate LifeSave Plan12: 17% Discount off Regulated tariff rate
Contract Length/ Supply TermLifePower Plans: 12/24 Months LiveSave Plan: 12/24 Months
Termination FeesEarly termination fee will be charged.
PerksCash rebate with specific credit cards available. No security Deposit and administrative fee.

About Senoko Energy

As Part of the Open Energy Market (OEM), Senoko offers both fixed rate and discount tariff plans. Commissioned in 1976, the Senoko Power Station is the largest power station in Singapore. Senoko Energy also participates in sustainability efforts and believes in having a responsibility towards the environment and community. Part of their sustainability efforts include bring an early adopter of energy efficient plant equipment and much more.

FAQs

How do I switch to Senoko Energy?

You can sign up online here, or call 1800 688 8888. Please prepare an electricity bill from SP Group and a scanned copy of the registered SP Group account holder’s NRIC (front and back).

Will my electricity be disrupted when I do decide to switch Senoko Energy?

No, as you will be switching retailers and not energy providers.

Is there a service charge?

No, there are no administrative fees.

Does Senoko Energy require a security deposit?

No, currently Senoko Energy does not require a security deposit.

How will I be billed?

Senoko Energy offers direct billing. This means you will receive an energy bill directly from Senoko Energy. The rest of your utilities (water and gas supply) will continue to be billed by SP Group.

Do I have to change my meter if I switch to Senoko Energy?

No, a change of meter is not necessary.

For more info, you can visit Senoko energy’s FAQ here.

Contact Info

Phone: 1800 688 8888

For contact from overseas: +65 6750 0333

Address: 31 Senoko Rd,

              Singapore, 758103