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Sponsoring BSF Indonesia in the Boccia Challenge

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In the season of giving, The RCMA Group & iSwitch sponsored 3 athletes from Indonesia to travel to Singapore to participate on the 1st International Boccia Challenge between Singapore and Indonesian Team. The competition took place in Millenia Walk in participation of the Giving Week 2017 on Friday 1st December. Giving Week was the perfect setting for this event as it is a national movement that encourages people to give back by donating and participating in events.  On the boccia court, the youngest player from Bali Sport Foundation (BSF) Indonesia Karmen won the BC4 competition, Ketut was 3rd, and Nyoman 4th. Singapore international player Sharizan won the BC5 competition. Overall, Singapore Team won in the competition, but the game was very close with each team winning 2 ends.

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Dulwich College (Singapore) Commits To 100% Carbon Neutral Electricity

Dulwich College (Singapore) commits to 100% carbon neutral electricity Equivalent carbon offset of planting more than 35,000 trees Sets an example for the next generation

SINGAPORE, December 2017 – Dulwich College (Singapore) identifies that leading by example is the way of the future for environmental sustainability. Climate Change and Sustainable Development have become an important part of the teaching curriculum across Singapore. The Ministry of Education (MOE) encourages both government and private institutions, from primary to tertiary levels, to include environmental content in their academic studies and extra-curricular learning programs.

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First Hotel in Singapore to be Carbon Neutral

SINGAPORE, July 2017 – hôtel vagabond Singapore has recently become the first carbon neutral hotel in Singapore, since April 2017. The hotel is one of the first few commercial consumers to take up iSwitch Electricity Retail’s newly launched product with Carbon Credits under the “iSwitch2Green” program. This program aims to look beyond just electricity costs savings, as it brings about environmental sustainability and efficiency of a business.

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iSwitch Received Recognition at SGX Electricity Futures 2nd Anniversary Celebration

iSwitch Received Recognition at SGX Electricity Futures 2nd Anniversary Celebration

On 21st June, iSwitch attended the SGX Electricity Futures 2nd Anniversary Drinks event in celebration of one more year of successful electricity futures trading. The event was well graced by the presence of prestige guests from the industry – other electricity retailers, traders, power generators and banks.

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Climate Change Policies – Yes or No?

Carbon exchanges, taxes and tariff subsidies have been used all over the world to incentivise investment in renewables and other greenhouse gas abatement projects. Yet, pricing in the cost of greenhouse gas emissions has led to regulatory uncertainty in developing and developed countries alike, as the politics overtake the policy imperatives.

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iSwitch Featured in French Corporate Film Documentary

Born Global Concept is the first French producer of corporate films based in the modern metropolitan city, Paris. It is the only entity which assembles the ability of a strategy consulting firm, a communication agency and an influencer. Born Global Concept works with big companies in the field of energy on a regular basis, with the aim to raise awareness and interests for the public by works.

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Powering Singapore’s Full Liberalisation of the Electricity Market

On Wednesday 17 May, members of the Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA) attended a sharing session jointly organised with the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on how electricity futures and the liberalisation of Singapore’s electricity market can benefit the semiconductor industry. Being one of the prominent electricity retailers, iSwitch was excited to support this event as a lead sponsor and addressed to an auditorium of 100 keen attendees.

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