Managing A Condominium or a Commercial Property?

Secure Electricity Savings On Your Common Area With DAS (Demand Aggregation Scheme).

One of the biggest operating cost of any MCST is the electricity needed to keep the common areas running for the tenants and residents. For condominiums the common area facilities such as clubhouses, swimming pools and corridor lighting, as well as the air-conditioning and elevators for malls & office buildings, require constant electricity to function, adding substantially to the management cost of running the property.

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Will Rising Oil Prices Affect My Electricity Bill?

Flip a switch and it’s there for you – electricity is a core necessity in our lives and as a result, we often just pay our electric bill without much thought…until electricity tariff suddenly goes up without us knowing! The thing is, most of our household electric consumption tends to stay relatively constant over a long period of time and the moment we see an increase in our bill, blaming the retailers, electricity generators or even the government seems to be the knee-jerk reaction. However, that isn’t always true and there is a factor that dictates how high or low your electric bill will be: the oil price. Huh? What does the oil price have to do with our utility bill? Quite a lot in fact!

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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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New Electricity Retailer – iSwitch Helps to Lower Your Business Costs

Electricity Market News
Singapore Manufacturing Federation

Issue 3 2016
Industry Focus
Published Oct 2016

Electricity consumption is inevitable when operating a business; it is definitely an area that any management would be looking into towards cost reduction. And that is iSwitch’s goal: to help businesses reduce on their energy costs.

Stacy Gan, Sales Manager at iSwitch said, “While a company can adopt energy-saving methods to reduce energy consumption, there are also alternative and more competitive pricing options available in the market to reduce cost more effectively. We are proud to be working with SMF to offer low cost electricity plans.” Read more

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Balancing Risk Management with Technology in Singapore’s Energy Market

Energy and Technology
APAC CIO Outlook
CXO Insights
Published 15 Sep 2016

By Andrew Koscharsky, General Manager, Wholesale and Trading, iSwitch and Director, Energy, RCMA Group

Balancing Risk Management with Technology in Singapore’s Energy Market

Singapore’s electricity market liberalisation efforts are paying off, with contestable customers now being able to choose their power supply from twice the amount of retailers as before.

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Is Singapore’s Power Sector Finally Ripe For A Liberalised Market?

Market Development News
Asian Power Magazine
In Focus
by Karen Mesina, Singapore
Published 02 Sep 2016

Is Singapore’s Power Sector Finally Ripe For A Liberalised Market?

It’s been over a decade since the country started progressively opening the market.

When electricity retailer iSwitch received queries from corporate clients asking if they could sign up with the firm for their individual homes, managing director David Maher knew that it is a concrete sign that Singapore is ready for energy liberalisation.

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