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SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF POWER AND GAS TRAINING CALENDAR JUL - SEP 2023 No. Course Code Course Title Duration (hr) Mode of Delivery Course Fee (1) Course Fee (after Funding) (2) (3) PDU (6) Click to download outline Upcoming Schedule 1 ECL06 Low Voltage Distribution Cables, Joints & Terminations 21 Face-to-Face $1,400 $420 19 Download 11 - 13 Jul 2 EFD08 Singapore Electricity Network and Market 14 Face-to-Face $720 N.A. Pending Download 19 - 20 Sep 3 ENO39 Electrical Testing and Inspection for Non-Licensed Electrical Installation 7 Face-to-Face $700 N.A. 7 Download 24 Aug 4 ENO51 Distribution Switchboard Maintenance for Commercial and Industrial Low Voltage Installation 7 Face-to-Face $800 N.A. 7 Download 28 Sep 5 ENO63 Condition Monitoring Techniques for Distribution Switchgear & Transformer 14 Face-to-Face $1,400 $420 Pending Download 13 - 14 Sep 6 EPG01 Overview of Power Generation Plants 7 Face-to-Face $700 $210 6 Download 3 Aug 7 EPG04 Power Plant Maintenance Principles & Strategies 14 Face-to-Face $1,400 $420 Pending Download 5 - 6 Sep 8 EPG07 Requirements for Installation & Commissioning of Grid-Tied Photovoltaic System 21 Face-to-Face $1,925 N.A. 13 Download 17 - 18, 21 Jul 9 EPG09 Control and Protection of Generator and Turbines (NEW COURSE) 14 Face-to-Face $1,400 $420 Pending Download 27 - 28 Sep 10 EPG10 Mid-Life Plant Management for Plant Optimisation (NEW COURSE) 14 Face-to-Face $1,400 N.A. Pending Pending Sep * 11 ERG01 SS638 Code of Practice for Electrical Installations 14 Face-to-Face $700 $210 13 Download 19 - 20 Jul 12 ERG05 Lightning and Lightning Protection 14 Face-to-Face $700 $210 13 Download 11 - 12 Jul 13 ESG06 Design, Installation & Testing of Electrical Switchboard & Supply Turn-On 14 Face-to-Face $1,600 N.A. 12 Download 16 - 17 Aug 14 ESG08 Installation & Commissioning of Distribution Switchgear 10.5 Face-to-Face $1,050 $315 9 Download 22 - 23 Aug 15 ETF02 Operation & Maintenance of Distribution Transformer 14 Face-to-Face $1,400 $420 14 Download 7 - 8 Aug 16 ETF12 Installation & Commissioning of Distribution Transformer 10.5 Face-to-Face $1,200 N.A. Pending Download 14 - 15 Sep 17 GRG02 Gas Market Structure & Gas Network Code 7 Face-to-Face $800 N.A. 6 Download 30 Aug *To be confirmed, please contact SIPG. Enterprise Transformation Project (NEW) SIPG offers implementation-led training and consultancy programme on Lean Methodologies that help enterprises strengthen business capabilities under the SkillsFuture Singapore Enterprise Transformation Project (ETP) initiative. Participating enterprises will enjoy programme fee funding of 90% for Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and 70% for Non-SMEs. Please contact SIPG at training-institute@spgroup.com.sg if you are interested to learn more. Important Notes: (1) Course fees are subject to prevailing GST. (2) Only Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents & Long-Term Visit Pass Plus (LTVP+) Holders are eligible for Course Fee Funding (if any). (3) Funding grant is subject to funding agency's approval. (4) SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy only applicable for Singapore Citizens 40 years old and above. (5) Blended classes include online and face-to-face classes for practical hands-on training. (6) PDU: Professional Development Unit awarded by Professional Engineers Board; PEB reserves the right to reject or adjust the PDUs awarded for each run. (7) Minimim class size is required to be met to start the class. Updated: 04 Aug 2023 SINGAPORE INSTITUTE OF POWER AND GAS TRAINING CALENDAR OCT - DEC 2023 No. Course Code Course Title Duration (hr) Mode of Delivery Course Fee (1) Course Fee (after Funding) (2) (3) PDU (6) Click to download outline Upcoming Schedule UPCOMING COURSES 1 ERG01 SS638 Code of Practice for Electrical Installations 14 Face-to-Face $700 $210 13 Download 17 - 18 Oct 2 ERG04 An Overview of Transmission Code 7 Face-to-Face $800 N.A. 7 Download 17 Oct 3 ERG06 Electrical Earthing Principles and Practices 7 Face-to-Face $350 N.A. 6 Download 8 Nov 4 ESG04 Operation & Maintenance of High Voltage Switchgear 14 Face-to-Face $1,400 N.A. 13 Download 15 - 16 Nov 5 NEV03 Requirements and Implementation of Electric Vehicle Charging System 7 Face-to-Face $700 N.A. Pending Download 14 Nov 6 NGD03 Introduction to Microgrid Systems 7 Face-to-Face $700 $210 4 Download 16 Nov 7 NGD04 Introduction to Energy Storage Systems 7 Face-to-Face $700 N.A. 6 Download 15 Nov 8 PDC208 Hydrogen Industry Masterclass 14 Face-to-Face $2,200 $660 13 Download Nov * *To be confirmed, please contact SIPG. Enterprise Transformation Project (NEW) SIPG offers implementation-led training and consultancy programme on Lean Methodologies that help enterprises strengthen business capabilities under the SkillsFuture Singapore Enterprise Transformation Project (ETP) initiative. Participating enterprises will enjoy programme fee funding of 90% for Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and 70% for Non-SMEs. Please contact SIPG at training-institute@spgroup.com.sg if you are interested to learn more. Important Notes: (1) Course fees are subject to prevailing GST. (2) Only Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents & Long-Term Visit Pass Plus (LTVP+) Holders are eligible for Course Fee Funding (if any). (3) Funding grant is subject to funding agency's approval. (4) SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy only applicable for Singapore Citizens 40 years old and above. (5) Blended classes include online and face-to-face classes for practical hands-on training. (6) PDU: Professional Development Unit awarded by Professional Engineers Board; PEB reserves the right to reject or adjust the PDUs awarded for each run. (7) Minimim class size is required to be met to start the class. Updated: 04 Aug 2023
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Comforthttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:83a544a8-9512-4382-a383-facaed65f244 [Info] SP Mobility’s First Year Anniversary Celebration - Free One-month Charging Promotionhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:9e5ea5ee-af95-4f95-8a0f-8219834a4673/SP%20Mobility%E2%80%99s%20First%20Year%20Anniversary%20Celebration%20-%20Free%20One-month%20Charging%20Promotion.pdf SP Mobility’s First Year Anniversary Celebration - Free One-month Charging Promotion SP Mobility Pte. Ltd. (part of SP Group), Singapore’s fastest public electric vehicle (“EV”) charging network, is celebrating our first anniversary and is offering 1 month of free EV charging to new private EV owners! Anyone who purchases a new EV (only fully battery EVs are eligible) at the Singapore Motor Show 2020 or from any authorized car dealer in Singapore from 9 – 19 January 2020 (both dates inclusive) is eligible for this special promotion! To register, an eligible EV owner need to: 1. Install and sign up for the SP Utilities app; and 2. Submit the following documents to SP Mobility at emobility@spgroup.com.sg, for verification after collection of EV: a. Proof that the car was purchased for private use: vehicle Log Card (without NRIC No.); b. Proof of purchase: original invoice from authorised dealers, indicating the date of sale; and c. Proof of sign up for app: Screenshot of their SP Utilities app user details. Please submit all the documents by 30 June 2020. All late submissions will not be applicable for the promotion. The 1-month free EV charging will commence upon the date of notification to the successfully registered EV owners. Please allow up to 7 working days for processing, verification and registration of application. Terms and conditions apply. If you have any queries, please email / call SP Mobility at: - email: emobility@spgroup.com.sg - hotline: +65 6916 7799 during operational hours: Mon to Fri 9am to 11pm, Sat/Sun 9am to 1pm (closed on Public Holidays). SP Mobility (“SP”) First Year Anniversary Celebration - Free One-month Charging Promotion (“Promotion”) Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) By participating in the Promotion and/or using the Benefits, each applicant (including each User) agrees to the following: 1. This Promotion applies to anyone who: (a) purchases a new electric vehicle (“EV”) for private use between 9 January 2020 00:00 hours to 19 January 2020 23:59 hours, either at the Singapore Motor Show 2020 or from any authorised car dealers in Singapore; and (b) signs up for the SP Utilities app and registers him or herself in accordance with the registration instructions before 30 June 2020 23:59 hours. 2. Each applicant gives his or her consent to SP and its affiliates (“SP Group”) to collect, use and disclose his or her personal data for the sole purpose of the Promotion and Benefits. Each applicant has read and agrees with SP’s Personal Data Protection Policy. 3. A successful applicant (“User”) will receive a notice from SP (“Notice”) that he or she is entitled to the 1-month (31 consecutive calendar days) free EV charging benefit (“Benefit”) subject to these Terms and the terms of SP Utilities app. SP reserves the right to reject any applications which do not comply with the registration instructions and/or these Terms. 4. The Benefit will commence on the date of the Notice and cease upon the earlier occurrence of: (a) 1 month from the date of Notice, or (b) the utilisation of maximum aggregate charge amount of 380 kWh (regardless of power rating of charger used). 5. Users may use the Benefit at any available charger in SP EV charging public network (“SP Network”). SP does not represent or warrant that its chargers are available for use by Users at any or all times. 6. The Benefit covers only the charging session fees when charging an EV at the SP Network and excludes any other costs including, without limitation, parking charges which may apply at locations where SP chargers are located. 7. The Benefit (or part thereof including expired and unutilized Benefit) may not be transferred, exchanged or refunded for cash or any other benefits. 8. SP reserves the sole and absolute right to do any of the following without incurring any liability or compensation to the applicants (including Users): (a) terminate the Benefit granted to any User who is in breach of these Terms and SP Utilities app terms; (b) suspend, withdraw or terminate the Promotion and/or Benefit for any reason; and (c) amend or alter these Terms or any terms of the Promotion without prior notice. 9. To the extent permitted by law, SP Group is not liable to applicants (including Users) for any and all losses including special, indirect and consequential losses for any losses, damages, rights, claims and actions of any kind suffered by applicants (including Users) resulting from the Promotion and use of Benefits. 10. These Terms are governed by the laws of Singapore. In event of disputes, the decision of SP will be final, conclusive and binding. [20130821] The Business Times - Work On Ultra-Deep Power Tunnels To Start Next Yearhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/ce2c6f7b-f74a-4272-888c-eb66190f9d38/%5B20130821%5D+The+Business+Times+-+Work+On+Ultra-Deep+Power+Tunnels+To+Start+Next+Year.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= The Business Times, Wednesday, August 21, 2013 one taps, Net anti-graft war llow phone tapping itoring as it steps up rate and government the country as much year, a minister said. ONESIA, PAGE 10 Q2 earnings HK$3.02b nment Group, the rator founded by e Woo, reported s above analyst ese tourists boosted A/INDIA, PAGE 12 ie to recognise s Freddie Mac are billions of dollars in the level of loans they carry, a said, adding that the immediately be nise the costs of some CH, PAGE 13 t shortcomings s test responses rve described some omings in banks’ stress tests. It said not taking into bility of falling house ing certain Work on ultra-deep power tunnels to start next year The $2b project to carry high-voltage power cables is on schedule, says SP By RONNIE LIM ronnie@sph.com.sg [SINGAPORE] Work on Singapore’s $2 billion next-generation power network is “on track and on schedule”, says Singapore Power (SP), nine months after starting on the mega project. Two cross-island, ultra-deep tunnels, each to house extra-high voltage power transmission cables, are to be built. Work on them will start in the first quarter of next year, an SP spokesman told BT. But first, work on their Seafront project upper and lower shafts must be completed. In response to BT queries, the spokesman said work on most of the 18 upper shafts will be done by the end of next month; this will be followed by drilling and blasting of the hard rock to build the lower shafts. The tunnels will not encroach on any private properties. An Integrated Data Monitoring System (IDMS) will track the effects of the excavation and tunnelling on the surrounding ground. This is the first time an IDMS of this scale is being used in a construction project here, said the spokesman. Tunnel boring machines, the main components of which are from Japan and Germany, are expected to arrive here from December, in time for the actual tunnelling work from early next year. SP simultaneously started work on the 16.5 km east-west tunnel and the 18.6 km north-south tunnel last December. It carved out the work into six contracts and handed these out only to contractors experienced in tunnel-boring because of the expected complications in building the tunnels. The contractors are Obayashi Corporation, Nishimatsu Construction-KTC Civil Engineering and Construction, Hyundai Engineering & Construction, Samsung C&T Corporation and SK Engineering & Construction. Apart from the depth at which the work will take place, the space down there will offer a tight turning radius of only 75 metres at some points – narrower than the 200 metres in MRT tunnels. Another challenge will come from the varying types of rock below ground. The IDMS will integrate all instrumentation and monitoring data from various sources into a single web-based platform and enable easy access and review of data as construction progresses. The SP spokesman said: “This will ensure that ground settlements, movements and vibrations caused by various underground tunnelling construction activities are monitored to ensure minimal impact on existing adjacent buildings, structures and utilities. It is a proactive approach that will detect problems before they escalate into bigger issues, she added. Measuring 6 metres wide and up to 60 metres deep, the tunnels will accommodate 400 kV power circuits, which can carry the volume of electricity being generated and transmitted today. Singapore had started out with 66 kV high-voltage power circuits, and subsequently upgraded to the current 230 kV ones. The east-west tunnel, running from Ayer Rajah to Paya Lebar, is expected to be completed by 2017; the north-south tunnel, stretching from Gambas to May Road, will be done the following year. 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THE STRAITS TIMES BRANDED CONTENT He connects the nation to Singapore’s electricity grid From the NCCS building to the MCE tunnel, he and his team at SP Group power up new developments across the country Mr Abdul Latiff Muhamed Abdullah is the Principal Technical Officer involved in providing electricity connection for key infrastructural projects such as the Marina Coastal Expressway and the National Cancer Centre Singapore's new building. PHOTO: SP GROUP PUBLISHED JAN 6, 2023, 4:00 AM SGT Most of us can’t imagine a world without power. It lights up streets, warms our showers and charges our digital devices. It is also crucial to sustaining life, as SP Group (SP) Principal Technical Officer Abdul Latiff Muhamed Abdullah would tell you. The SP employee still remembers his heart swelling with pride when he switched on the power for the National Cancer Centre Singapore’s (NCCS) new building, which began operations in December 2022. Located in Singapore General Hospital’s campus, the new building is four times larger than the old one and is able to handle 200,000 patient visits a year. The grid powers the centre’s lifesaving medical equipment that the patients need for their cancer treatment. “I feel a sense of happiness and fulfilment each time I pass by the building, having been part of the team to lay the power cables and the privilege of switching the lights on for the first time,” says Mr Abdul Latiff. The 38-year-old oversees the commissioning of new substations, which connect new properties to the electricity grid maintained by SP. He is part of a team that links 1.6 million commercial, industrial and residential customers to SP’s grid. From hospitals to HDB flats and factories, Mr Latiff has commissioned them all in his 14- year career with SP. Get tips to grow your investments and career in weekly newsletter Enter your e-mail Sign up By signing up, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions. Keeping the electricity flowing Last year, customers experienced a record low average of 6.6 seconds of electricity interruption, one of the lowest in the world. A typical day for Mr Abdul Latiff involves careful planning and managing the deployment of resources. “For areas with critical power dependency, such as data centres and hospitals, we need to be on high alert to respond to unexpected situations efficiently,” he says. As new projects come on stream, Mr Abdul Latiff and his team also take charge of linking up new substations to the grid through cable connections. Excavation is typically involved, which can be a tricky situation for the team. For instance, if the excavation takes place near the entrance of a hospital, the team has to make provisions for ambulances and other emergency vehicles to enter swiftly, while ensuring safety for his team and the successful connection of substations. “If we close one lane of the road for excavation, the ambulance may take a few more minutes than usual to enter the hospital. It could be a matter of life and death for emergency cases,” explains Mr Abdul Latiff. “These are critical details that I have to consider in minimising impact,” he adds. As new projects come on stream, Mr Abdul Latiff and his team commission new substations, integrating them into the grid. PHOTO: SP GROUP Safety is always paramount, even in the race against time Mr Abdul Latiff has had to work within some extremely tight deadlines, without compromising on safety and quality. His most challenging projects include powering the whole of the Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE), as well as setting up additional workers’ dormitories that were used as quarantine facilities when Singapore responded to the Covid-19 outbreak in 2020. For the latter, with close coordination from multiple agencies and clients to expedite infrastructural works, he managed to set up power in two weeks, instead of the usual 10 weeks a similar-sized project would take. Till today, he counts those two projects as some of his most memorable moments. “I started my career at SP from the ground up as a technician, working my way up to become a principal technical officer and learning as I go. Leading a team of technicians and technical officers to power through different challenges has been truly fulfilling,” says Mr Abdul Latiff. “The experience I’ve gained is something that money can’t buy,” he adds. Upskilling for the integration of renewable energy Beyond its role as the national grid operator, SP Group actively pursues sustainability initiatives as a key part of Singapore’s climate strategy. Its climate initiatives include a nationwide electric vehicle (EV) charging network, deploying renewable energy generation, and smart electricity metering to monitor and reduce usage. Mr Abdul Latiff, who graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic with an electrical engineering diploma in 2010, is now pursuing an electrical power engineering degree at the Singapore Institute of Technology, sponsored by SP. The modules cover topics including sustainable generation, renewable energy, smart grids, as well as electric vehicles and charging infrastructure so as to prepare the power sector workforce to meet the growing demand for cleaner, more sustainable energy options. The Tengah project is an example of SP’s clean energy efforts. It operates large-scale solar panel systems to power the Tengah HDB estate (including some public areas like the community centre), contributing to Singapore’s goal of achieving two gigawatt-peak solar capacity by 2030. The solar panels, coupled with other sources of renewable energy, will power centralised cooling, a climate-friendly home cooling option that Tengah residents can subscribe to. Based on energy savings of 5,178MWh for Tengah, the solar power project will reduce 2,115 tonnes of carbon emissions, equivalent to carbon absorbed by 105,757 trees for one year. SP is deploying both conventional and vertical solar panels (known as building-integrated photovoltaics, or BIPVs) in Tengah. When fully developed, Tengah will have one of the largest aggregated installations of BIPVs in Singapore. Mr Abdul Latiff and his team played a crucial role in the planning stages prior to connecting Tengah’s solar panels to the grid, ensuring that these panels deliver power optimally. Another emerging trend is the adoption of electric vehicles (EV). SP currently operates Singapore’s largest EV charging network, with 658 charging points across close to 160 locations. SP aims to scale up charging facilities at residential, commercial and industrial locations in tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030. Mr Abdul Latiff, who is upskilling his technical know-how, is already taking necessary steps to keep pace with emerging energy demands, such as the one needed to support Singapore’s electrification goals. 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Website+Data+Feb21+to+Jan23+(Elect).xlsxhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/c2015bca-ac4f-4fa2-80f6-a977ce5d2f14/Website+Data+Feb21+to+Jan23+(Elect).xlsx?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=ROOTWORKSPACE.Z18_M1IEHBK0MOUJ20ABQK7Q593U32-c2015bca-ac4f-4fa2-80f6-a977ce5d2f14-ooGzkTV Consumption_Elect Average consumption of Electricity (kWh) Premises Types Feb-21 Mar-21 Apr-21 May-21 Jun-21 Jul-21 Aug-21 Sep-21 Oct-21 Nov-21 Dec-21 Jan-22 Feb-22 Mar-22 Apr-22 May-22 Jun-22 Jul-22 Aug-22 Sep-22 Oct-22 Nov-22 Dec-22 Jan-23 HDB 1-Room 121 116 130 142 154 149 153 143 140 144 146 137 135 128 140 145 150 139 143 139 132 130 127 125 HDB 2-Room 159 158 177 187 204 198 204 193 184 190 191 183 182 169 183 189 199 186 186 184 172 171 165 166 HDB 3-Room 227 229 256 269 292 279 283 265 260 261 267 253 253 239 259 268 276 259 264 257 245 245 235 233 HDB 4-Room 314 310 349 367 400 431 340 362 352 354 369 351 349 329 354 370 380 356 361 354 333 334 320 318 HDB 5-Room 364 356 401 425 465 450 456 422 407 410 433 406 408 382 411 431 445 414 420 416 388 389 373 369 HDB Executive 441 437 495 515 574 542 553 519 499 495 525 497 498 470 500 527 543 506 514 504 472 476 448 453 Apartment 447 451 517 561 609 590 588 529 512 540 548 497 503 488 533 573 576 527 523 519 498 496 469 450 Terrace 724 722 778 835 891 843 853 801 772 768 828 789 811 771 816 873 865 817 833 815 781 785 752 748 Semi-Detached 973 990 1,084 1,127 1,225 1,137 1,157 1,079 1,030 1,049 1,133 1,078 1,099 1,029 1,090 1,196 1,174 1,092 1,097 1,091 1,030 1,054 995 997 Bungalow 1,930 2,017 2,242 2,270 2,433 2,246 2,330 2,189 2,041 2,186 2,210 2,194 2,141 2,063 2,218 2,365 2,403 2,168 2,144 2,146 2,004 2,182 1,986 2,073 Operation and Maintenance of Distribution Transformer.pdfhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:c0b9d32e-4ea2-4087-9a2b-c0aa7064ed4e/Operation%20and%20Maintenance%20of%20Distribution%20Transformer.pdf Singapore Institute of Power and Gas Operation and Maintenance of Distribution Transformer Course Code: ETF02 SFC-Eligible | Course Reference Number: TGS-2020501072 COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: • Gain knowledge on the operation and maintenance of distribution transformer • Apply the recommended process to operate and maintain the distribution transformer MAIN CONTENTS • Elementary principles of transformer • Construction and design of transformer • Basic design, construction and functions of transformer accessories • Voltage regulation • Paralleling of transformers • Transformer protection • Procedures for inspection and maintenance of transformer METHODOLOGY Lecture and practical session TARGET AUDIENCE Engineering and technical staff who are required to carry out operation and maintenance work on distribution transformers COURSE DETAILS Duration : 14 hours Mode of Delivery : Face-to-face or Blended (Face-to-face and Synchronous E-learning) Certification : SIPG Certificate of Completion PDU by PE Board : 14 Additional Requirement/s : Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) must be worn during practical session. PPE includes: • Safety Shoes • Safety Helmet • Fire Retardant Clothing (FRC) COURSE FEES Full Course Fee : S$1,400 (before GST) For Singapore Citizens/PR/LTVP+* : S$420 (before GST) For Singapore Citizens (40 years old and above) : S$140 (before GST) Singapore Institute of Power and Gas Pte Ltd UEN: 201427065Z 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277 Ver 3.1_0922 Singapore Institute of Power and Gas ADDITIONAL REMARKS • Trainee must attain at least 75% attendance rate and pass the assessment to receive Certificate of Completion and funding grant (if applicable). • Subsidy of up to 70% is applicable for Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents or Long-Term Visitor Pass Plus (LTVP+) Holders, subject to funding agency’s approval. • Enhanced subsidy of up to 90% is applicable for Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above, subject to funding agency’s approval. Note that GST payable will be computed from fee after 70% funding. • Professional Development Unit (PDU) is applicable for Professional Engineers registered under the Professional Engineers (PE) Board only. • All published fees are subject to prevailing GST. CONTACT US For more information, please contact SIPG at +65 6916 7930 or email training-institute@spgroup.com.sg. OTHER SIPG COURSES For more courses, visit our website at: https://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/training or Scan the QR code below: Singapore Institute of Power and Gas Pte Ltd UEN: 201427065Z 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277 Ver 3.1_0922 SP Group launches complete suite of carbon solutions capabilities, leveraging new partnership with Turnkeyhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/news-and-media-releases/SP-Group-launches-complete-suite-of-carbon-solutions-capabilities--leveraging-new-partnership-with-Turnkey News Release SP Group launches complete suite of carbon solutions capabilities, leveraging new partnership with Turnkey The partnership will expand SP Group’s carbon solutions with ESG analytics, carbon accounting and climate advisory services to help regional companies across diverse industries scale to meet their unique ESG requirements. Integration of SP’s Green Energy Tech (GET™) with Turnkey’s ESG Cloud Solution will provide ease of building emissions tracking and management to enable green building transition. Singapore, March 14, 2023 – SP Group (SP), a leading energy utilities group and sustainable energy solutions provider and Turnkey, a global ESG data solutions company, announced a partnership to offer ESG analytics, carbon accounting and climate advisory services to key countries in the region including Singapore, China, Vietnam and Thailand. These services will augment SP’s carbon solutions to provide a one-stop carbon service ecosystem to help customers simplify their ESG measurement and reporting, identify opportunities to be more sustainable, manage risks and offset carbon emissions. This expands SP’s portfolio of carbon solutions to support Singapore’s development as a carbon services and trading hub, facilitating the growth of the carbon services ecosystem in Singapore and positioning the country as a regional gateway for carbon services. SP will offer Turnkey’s flagship ESG cloud solution Sustainion™ – a scalable ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) risk and sustainability cloud solution that helps companies manage their ESG data, providing localised ESG metrics, analytical trends and effective risk management to support their ESG strategy. This technology platform is designed to help customers meet the full spectrum of ESG requirements, empowering them to improve their business performance and to identify and focus on implementing climate-positive impact actions. With Singapore and countries across the region announcing their commitment to net-zero targets, carbon abatement, consultancy, measurement, and reporting have become a top-of-mind agenda for most companies and businesses. Mr Luke Tang, Head of Strategy and Sustainability, SP Group said: “We believe effective carbon services and sustainability tools must be accessible to all companies to drive positive climate impact at scale. Partnering Turnkey to offer the Sustainion™ ESG Cloud Solution will enable companies to measure, track, and audit emissions conveniently. When integrated with SP’s inhouse Green Energy Tech (GET™) and digital energy management solutions, it will make it even easier for companies to take sustainable action towards a low-carbon future.” Tony Wines, CEO, Turnkey, said: “We are delighted to partner with SP Group to help companies effectively combat climate change by leveraging the power of ESG data. Together our insights will help organizations make decisions that positively impact business and the planet both now and in the future.” SP currently enables customers to achieve their sustainability ambitions by reducing and offsetting their carbon emissions with renewable energy certificates and carbon credits along with other sustainable energy solutions that help to save energy and reduce carbon emissions. SP also offers a suite of Green Energy Tech (GET™) building energy management tools, that leverages digital insights to enable businesses to optimise energy efficiency, enhance occupant experience, and advance sustainability efforts. The partnership with Turnkey will provide customers with the complete suite of sustainability solutions to identify, take action to reduce their carbon footprint, and accurately report their sustainability outcomes and initiatives. Both SP and Turnkey will also explore more collaborations to develop innovative, customer-centric and cost-effective solutions that will accelerate the region’s transition to Net Zero. -Ends- About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with lowcarbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, as well as sustainable energy solutions in Singapore, China, Thailand and Vietnam. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective worldwide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast-charging stations and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or follow us on Facebook at spgrp.sg/facebook, LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and Instagram at spgrp.sg/instagram. About Turnkey Turnkey was established in 2016 by our CEO and Founder Tony Wines, a technology, ESG and supply chain expert with over 25 years’ experience. Its deep expertise and years of industry experience have since seen it recognised as one of the leading software providers in sustainability, with a particular emphasis on ESG and risk management. Today, Turnkey has a diverse team of experienced professionals dedicated to linking environmental and social impacts to business performance for clients in over 7000 locations across 46 countries. This team provides key areas of support – including data collection and reporting, consultancy and analysis of ESG metrics, and framework reporting – to ensure risk management is as simple, effective and rewarding as possible. Combining the latest technology with Turnkey’s expert team means it can provide actionable insights that can make a real impact. For more information, please contact us at enquire@turnkey.tech, visit our website at www.turnkey.tech and follow us on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/3646025/.   2021-42.pdfhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/pdf/media-coverage/2021/2021-42.pdf SP Group donates S$1m to Community Chest � THU, JUN 24, 2021 - 5:50 AM | UPDATED THU, JUN 24, 2021 - 5:50 AM SAMANTHA HEO � samheo@sph.com.sg Above: Shari ah Dayana and Andri Panusunan Sagala with their sons, three-year-old Rumi (2nd from left) and one-year old Aria. PHOTO: SP GROUP Singapore SP GROUP (SP) donated S$1 million to Community Chest to kickstart an initiative supporting children from low-income families on Wednesd The initiative, called SP Kids at Heart, will bene t about 2,000 KidSTART children for a year and provide them with educational tools, books a Mohd Hassan Marican, chairman of SP said: "We are expanding our community outreach to help children, who are the future of Singapore." The initiative will complement SP's existing programmes for seniors through the SP Heartware Fund. "Through SP Kids at Heart, we can give them the best possible start in their formative years," he added. Community Chest which will also put the donation towards other electronic devices such as Internet routers and tablets in these learning an development packs. SP said in a press release that it will provide additional grocery vouchers, nancial assistance packages, and other tools and equipment that create more conducive home learning environments for bene ciaries. Minister for Social and Family Development, Masagos Zulki i, said: "SP has shown us how corporates can play their part in building a society opportunities together even amid a pandemic." Mr Masagos is also the chairman of the Growing Together with KidSTART Council. SP will tap into its pool of sta volunteers, known as SP Heart Workers, to assemble, deliver and install the packages for families. They will also produce instructional videos, or engage in on-site activities with bene ciaries when social restrictions lift. SP GROUP CSR Reliabilityhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/about-us/media-resources/energy-hub/reliability/electricitys-first-responders SP Energy HubAnnual ReportReliabilitySustainabilityInnovation Electricity’s First Responders RELIABILITY SP Group’s Principal Engineer Jerome Choong is one of the first at the scene should an electricity disruption happen. Five-year-old Jovan thinks his father Jerome Choong, an SP Group Principal Engineer, is a cross between an electrician and a magician. “He thinks that when people have no electricity, they call me, and I make it appear,” laughs the 35-year-old, who takes care of the electricity distribution network in the north zone, which spans the area stretching from Boon Lay to Punggol. “Jovan used to get annoyed when I left abruptly during family gatherings. Now, he is proud of what I do,” says Jerome who also has a two-year-old son. Principal Engineer Jerome Choong (right) and son Jovan Jerome has been with SP for seven years and leads a unit of 30. He is one of the first on site when an outage happens. His priority is to work with his unit to quickly and safely get supply back up. While prevention is key and every effort is made to keep trouble at bay, it is important to be prepared for the unexpected. It helps the team spring into action without delay should something happen. His car boot is testimony to his commitment – half holds a stroller for his two-year-old, and the other half, the tools he needs, from cable insulation testing equipment to multi-meters. His iPad stores documents, schematic drawings and operations manuals. His network of fellow engineers is a Whatsapp message away. Always on the alert, Jerome forms his recovery plan as he drives to the site where an incident has occurred, helped by information on the location, number of customers affected, and the substations and breakers he should zoom in on. This is provided by the Electricity Service Centre and Distribution Control Centre, which he works closely with. Principal Engineer Jerome Choong checking on switchgears in a substation. For every incident, he and his colleagues investigate what went down, isolate and test the equipment, and start on repairs or replacements. “We explore every what-if scenario,” Jerome says, “and have back-ups to the back-up plans.” While the control centre can remotely resolve some issues, manual intervention by Jerome’s team is sometimes required, and checks are always done before supply sources are switched to ensure safety. Replacement parts are also tested before being connected and energised. Only then is the power transferred back on to customers. Work does not end when an issue is resolved, and even a late-night activation often sees him back on duty the next morning. In the day, Jerome oversees the maintenance of the switchgears and transformers of the high-voltage network. He also regularly engages commercial and industrial customers with higher electricity consumption requirements. The job keeps him on his toes, he says, as does the need to evolve with his role. The rise of renewables, for one, has meant having to integrate non-traditional sources of electricity onto the grid. “I love solving problems, and we seldom encounter two situations that are exactly the same. We’re constantly learning, and re-learning. That’s what keeps the job interesting.” (From left) Principal Engineer Jerome Choong with Service Technicians Hasly Bin Hashim and Mohammad Iskandar bin Sapari attending to an incident at an affected substation. (From left) Principal Engineer Jerome Choong and Senior Engineer Ren Zhiping using an equipment to diagnose where an issue lies. (From right) Principal Engineer Jerome Choong supervising Technical Officer Arif Tham during the checking of a Low Voltage (LV) board, to maintain substation equipment. — 29 May 2019 TAGS PEOPLE OF SPRELIABILITY YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED TO READ Underground wonders Hasinah leads in the coordination between LTA and SP Group on island-wide projects such the Thomson-East Coast Line and the integrated North South Corridor. Guardians of the Grid Executive Engineer Mohamad Elmi Sha Bin Mohamad Nasir and his colleagues at SP Group's Distribution Control Centre are part of the unit that oversees Singapore’s electricity grid round the clock. Empowering talent Benjamin Festin describes how SP is constantly designing programmes for employees to grow and upskill, while Muhammad Ariff Bin Ramli shares how he feels empowered to assume greater responsibilities in his job role. Category: Reliability [20220630] Media Release - Q3 2022 Tariffhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/wcm/connect/spgrp/26005f14-916e-4fd8-8dd0-60aac5b24b6d/%5B20220630%5D+Media+Release+-+Q3+2022+Tariff.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CVID= MEDIA RELEASE ELECTRICITY TARIFF REVISION FOR THE PERIOD 1 JULY TO 30 SEPTEMBER 2022 Singapore, 30 June 2022 – For the period from 1 July to 30 September 2022, electricity tariff (before 7% GST) will increase by an average of 8.1% or 2.21 cents per kWh compared with the previous quarter. The increase is mainly due to higher energy cost driven by rising global gas and oil prices exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine. For details on the components of the electricity tariff, please refer to Appendix 1: Breakdown of Electricity Tariff. For households, the electricity tariff (before 7% GST) will increase from 27.94 to 30.17 cents per kWh for 1 July to 30 September 2022. The average monthly electricity bill for families living in HDB four-room flats will increase by $8.25 (before 7% GST) (Appendix 3: Average monthly electricity bills of domestic consumers). *before 7% GST SP Group reviews the electricity tariffs every quarter based on guidelines set by the electricity industry regulator, Energy Market Authority (EMA). The tariffs shown in Appendix 2 have been approved by EMA. Appendix 1 BREAKDOWN OF ELECTRICITY TARIFF 1. The electricity tariff consists of the following four components: a) Energy costs (paid to the generation companies): This component is adjusted quarterly to reflect changes in the cost of fuel and power generation. The fuel cost is the cost of imported natural gas, which is tied to oil prices by commercial contracts. The cost of power generation covers mainly the costs of operating the power stations, such as the manpower and maintenance costs, as well as the capital cost of the stations. b) Network costs (paid to SP Group): This is to recover the cost of transporting electricity through the power grid. c) Market Support Services Fee (paid to SP Group): This is to recover the costs of billing and meter reading, data management, retail market systems as well as market development initiatives. d) Market Administration and Power System Operation Fee (paid to Energy Market Company and Power System Operator): This fee is reviewed annually to recover the costs of operating the electricity wholesale market and power system. Q3 2022 TARIFF (before 7% GST) Market Admin & PSO Fee (No change) 0.06¢/kWh (<1%) MSS Fee (No Change) 0.40¢/kWh (1.3%) Network Costs (Increase by 0.17¢/kWh) 5.94¢/kWh (19.7%) Energy Costs (Increase by 2.06¢/kWh) 23.77¢/kWh (78.8%) ELECTRICITY TARIFFS FROM 1 JULY 2022 LOW TENSION SUPPLIES, DOMESTIC All units, ¢/kWh LOW TENSION SUPPLIES, NON-DOMESTIC All units, ¢/kWh HIGH TENSION SMALL (HTS) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am) Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh HIGH TENSION LARGE (HTL) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am) Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh EXTRA HIGH TENSION (EHT) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am) Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh Existing Tariff (without GST) New Tariff (without GST) Appendix 2 New Tariff (with 7% GST) 27.94 30.17 32.28 27.94 30.17 32.28 10.90 11.95 12.79 16.35 17.93 19.19 25.71 27.81 29.76 14.54 16.49 17.64 0.59 0.59 0.63 10.90 11.95 12.79 16.35 17.93 19.19 25.49 27.59 29.52 14.53 16.48 17.63 0.59 0.59 0.63 9.33 10.09 10.80 14.00 15.14 16.20 24.48 26.57 28.43 14.40 16.35 17.49 0.48 0.48 0.51 AVERAGE MONTHLY ELECTRICITY BILLS OF DOMESTIC CUSTOMERS TARIFF WEF 1 JULY 2022 (before 7% GST) Appendix 3 Type of Premises Average monthly consumption per Customer Average Monthly Bill New Average Monthly Bill Average Change in Monthly Bill kWh $(a) $(b) $(b-a) % HDB 1 Room 144.64 40.41 43.64 3.23 8.0 HDB 2 Room 188.99 52.80 57.02 4.22 8.0 HDB 3 Room 268.09 74.90 80.88 5.98 8.0 HDB 4 Room 370.00 103.38 111.63 8.25 8.0 HDB 5 Room 430.74 120.35 129.95 9.60 8.0 HDB Executive 527.47 147.38 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#Name of Customer: #MSS A/C No: #Name of Retailer Tax Invoice/Receipt will be sent to this email: Name: Address: Tax invoice will not be provided unless requested. To: 1 I, the undersigned LEW for the above installation, wish to apply for a *de-energisation/reenergisation at the time stated above. My work, after the de-energisation, will involve the following: Routine Servicing Others (Please specify): 2 * I / or __________________________ (Name / Licence No of appointee approved by Regulation Division of EMA) will attend to the *de-energisation / re-energisation PERSONALLY. 3 I understand that: - (a) No work is to be carried out on the service cable until both SPPG officer and myself have signed the SDRE (“Statement for De-energisation and Re-energisation”) after we have safely isolated the service cable at both ends. (b) I am required to be on time on the approved date of de-energisation or re-energisation, failing which the SPPG officer may cancel any appointment made. Signature: Name: Licence No: Notes: Telephone / HP No.: Date: Grade: (a) All requested date and time are subject to SPPG’s approval. (b) This form shall reach SPPG 7 business days before the requested date. (c) For urgent work on Sundays / Public Holidays and after office hours, LEW is required to co-ordinate with SPPG personally. (d) All ADRE charges are to be made prior to the shutdown date and proof of payment are to be submitted to the SPPG site officer of respective section. (e) * Delete whichever not applicable. (f) # To be filled in for contestable customer DN1 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5728 Email: dn1adre@spgroup.com.sg DN2 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5635 Email: dn2adre@spgroup.com.sg DN3 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5398 Email: dn3adre@spgroup.com.sg DN4(22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5048 Email: dn4adre@spgroup.com.sg DN5 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5717/ 5015 Email: dn5adre@spgroup.com.sg DN6 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 7472 Email: dn6adre@spgroup.com.sg RNE (66kV) Tel: 6916 5226 Email: puiyee@spgroup.com.sg RNW (66kV) Tel: 6916 5253 Email: syafikah@spgroup.com.sg CPE (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 7920 Email: cpe@spgroup.com.sg CPW (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5020 Email: cpwest@spgroup.com.sg DP I (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6487 Email: bengchoong@spgroup.com.sg DP II (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6423 Email: marina@spgroup.com.sg DP III (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6968 Email: weiliching@spgroup.com.sg EHVN(230kV&400kV)Tel: 6916 5488 Email: neohuili@spgroup.com.sg NRP ( 22kV/6.6kV/LV)Tel: 6916 7640 Email: simpeiyun@spgroup.com.sg Version - July 2023 SP Powergrid Ltd, 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Co. Registration No. 200306959Z FOR OFFICIAL USE Date: To: Number of pages including this sheet: From: Tel: Hp: Tel: Fax: Fax: APPLICATION FOR DE-ENERGISATION/RE-ENERGISATION AT 1 I am pleased to inform you that your application is acceptable to us. The officer-in-charge of the deenergisation/re-energisation on is who can be contacted at . Should you have any difficulty in con tacting our officer, you may call our service hotline at 1800-778-8888. 2 This service is free of charge. The total fee payable is $ /-(inclusive of GST) . Please make payment via internet banking. The reference number is Please include the given reference number in your internet banking transfer. 3 LEWs are reminded to submit duly completed CS1 application form via SP eBusiness Portal and apply turn-on appointment via largeinstall@spgroup.com.sg before carry out switchboard replacement work. Yours Faithfully, SPPA UOB bank details: Bank Name: United Overseas Bank Ltd Bank Account number: 4513029777 Bank Address: 80 Raffles Place, UOB Plaza1, Singapore 048624 Bank code: 7375. Branch Code: 001. Swift Code: UOVBSGSG. For HEAD OF SECTION SP PowerGrid Limited as agent for and on behalf of SP PowerAssets Limited : HOS – FYI SP Services Limited, Attn:Meter_Config - Please attend. Version - July 2023 Application for De-Energisation-Re-Energisation (ADRE).pdfhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:bd90cb90-23a3-429c-9629-f54422fb04dc/Application%20for%20De-Energisation-Re-Energisation%20(ADRE).pdf APPLICATION FOR DE-ENERGISATION / RE-ENERGISATION (ADRE) Licensed Installation No Service No Voltage Name of Installation: Address of Installation: Requested De-energisation Requested Re-energisation Date: Time: Date: Time: Contestable Customer: #Name of Customer: #MSS A/C No: #Name of Retailer Tax Invoice/Receipt will be sent to this email: Name: Address: Tax invoice will not be provided unless requested. To: 1 I, the undersigned LEW for the above installation, wish to apply for a *de-energisation/reenergisation at the time stated above. My work, after the de-energisation, will involve the following: Routine Servicing Others (Please specify): 2 * I / or __________________________ (Name / Licence No of appointee approved by Regulation Division of EMA) will attend to the *de-energisation / re-energisation PERSONALLY. 3 I understand that: - (a) No work is to be carried out on the service cable until both SPPG officer and myself have signed the SDRE (“Statement for De-energisation and Re-energisation”) after we have safely isolated the service cable at both ends. (b) I am required to be on time on the approved date of de-energisation or re-energisation, failing which the SPPG officer may cancel any appointment made. Signature: Name: Licence No: Notes: Telephone / HP No.: Date: Grade: (a) All requested date and time are subject to SPPG’s approval. (b) This form shall reach SPPG 7 business days before the requested date. (c) For urgent work on Sundays / Public Holidays and after office hours, LEW is required to co-ordinate with SPPG personally. (d) All ADRE charges are to be made prior to the shutdown date and proof of payment are to be submitted to the SPPG site officer of respective section. (e) * Delete whichever not applicable. (f) # To be filled in for contestable customer DN1 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5728 Email: dn1adre@spgroup.com.sg DN2 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5635 Email: dn2adre@spgroup.com.sg DN3 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5398 Email: dn3adre@spgroup.com.sg DN4(22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5048 Email: dn4adre@spgroup.com.sg DN5 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5717/ 5015 Email: dn5adre@spgroup.com.sg DN6 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 7472 Email: dn6adre@spgroup.com.sg RNE (66kV) Tel: 6916 5226 Email: puiyee@spgroup.com.sg RNW (66kV) Tel: 6916 5253 Email: syafikah@spgroup.com.sg CPE (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 7920 Email: cpe@spgroup.com.sg CPW (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5020 Email: cpwest@spgroup.com.sg DP I (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6487 Email: bengchoong@spgroup.com.sg DP II (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6423 Email: marina@spgroup.com.sg DP III (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6968 Email: weiliching@spgroup.com.sg EHVN(230kV&400kV)Tel: 6916 5488 Email: neohuili@spgroup.com.sg NRP ( 22kV/6.6kV/LV)Tel: 6916 7640 Email: simpeiyun@spgroup.com.sg Version - July 2023 SP Powergrid Ltd, 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Co. Registration No. 200306959Z FOR OFFICIAL USE Date: To: Number of pages including this sheet: From: Tel: Hp: Tel: Fax: Fax: APPLICATION FOR DE-ENERGISATION/RE-ENERGISATION AT 1 I am pleased to inform you that your application is acceptable to us. The officer-in-charge of the deenergisation/re-energisation on is who can be contacted at . Should you have any difficulty in con tacting our officer, you may call our service hotline at 1800-778-8888. 2 This service is free of charge. The total fee payable is $ /-(inclusive of GST) . Please make payment via internet banking. The reference number is Please include the given reference number in your internet banking transfer. 3 LEWs are reminded to submit duly completed CS1 application form via SP eBusiness Portal and apply turn-on appointment via largeinstall@spgroup.com.sg before carry out switchboard replacement work. Yours Faithfully, SPPA UOB bank details: Bank Name: United Overseas Bank Ltd Bank Account number: 4513029777 Bank Address: 80 Raffles Place, UOB Plaza1, Singapore 048624 Bank code: 7375. Branch Code: 001. Swift Code: UOVBSGSG. For HEAD OF SECTION SP PowerGrid Limited as agent for and on behalf of SP PowerAssets Limited : HOS – FYI SP Services Limited, Attn:Meter_Config - Please attend. Version - July 2023 Application+for+De-Energisation+Re-Energisation+(ADRE).pdfhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:4ba028f0-9d0c-4ae2-8b80-d7eb5f7f1232/Application+for+De-Energisation+Re-Energisation+(ADRE).pdf APPLICATION FOR DE-ENERGISATION / RE-ENERGISATION (ADRE) Licensed Installation No Service No Voltage Name of Installation: Address of Installation: Requested De-energisation Requested Re-energisation Date: Time: Date: Time: Contestable Customer: #Name of Customer: #MSS A/C No: #Name of Retailer Tax Invoice/Receipt will be sent to this email: Name: Address: Tax invoice will not be provided unless requested. To: 1 I, the undersigned LEW for the above installation, wish to apply for a *de-energisation/reenergisation at the time stated above. My work, after the de-energisation, will involve the following: Routine Servicing Others (Please specify): 2 * I / or __________________________ (Name / Licence No of appointee approved by Regulation Division of EMA) will attend to the *de-energisation / re-energisation PERSONALLY. 3 I understand that: - (a) No work is to be carried out on the service cable until both SPPG officer and myself have signed the SDRE (“Statement for De-energisation and Re-energisation”) after we have safely isolated the service cable at both ends. (b) I am required to be on time on the approved date of de-energisation or re-energisation, failing which the SPPG officer may cancel any appointment made. Signature: Name: Licence No: Notes: Telephone / HP No.: Date: Grade: (a) All requested date and time are subject to SPPG’s approval. (b) This form shall reach SPPG 7 business days before the requested date. (c) For urgent work on Sundays / Public Holidays and after office hours, LEW is required to co-ordinate with SPPG personally. (d) All ADRE charges are to be made prior to the shutdown date and proof of payment are to be submitted to the SPPG site officer of respective section. (e) * Delete whichever not applicable. (f) # To be filled in for contestable customer DN1 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5728 Email: dn1adre@spgroup.com.sg DN2 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5635 Email: dn2adre@spgroup.com.sg DN3 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5398 Email: dn3adre@spgroup.com.sg DN4(22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5048 Email: dn4adre@spgroup.com.sg DN5 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5717/ 5015 Email: dn5adre@spgroup.com.sg DN6 (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 7472 Email: dn6adre@spgroup.com.sg RNE (66kV) Tel: 6916 5226 Email: puiyee@spgroup.com.sg RNW (66kV) Tel: 6916 5253 Email: syafikah@spgroup.com.sg CPE (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 7920 Email: cpe@spgroup.com.sg CPW (22kV/6.6kV/LV) Tel: 6916 5020 Email: cpwest@spgroup.com.sg DP I (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6487 Email: bengchoong@spgroup.com.sg DP II (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6423 Email: marina@spgroup.com.sg DP III (22kV/6.6kV) Tel: 6916 6968 Email: weiliching@spgroup.com.sg EHVN(230kV&400kV)Tel: 6916 5488 Email: neohuili@spgroup.com.sg NRP ( 22kV/6.6kV/LV)Tel: 6916 7640 Email: simpeiyun@spgroup.com.sg Version - July 2023 SP Powergrid Ltd, 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Co. Registration No. 200306959Z FOR OFFICIAL USE Date: To: Number of pages including this sheet: From: Tel: Hp: Tel: Fax: Fax: APPLICATION FOR DE-ENERGISATION/RE-ENERGISATION AT 1 I am pleased to inform you that your application is acceptable to us. The officer-in-charge of the deenergisation/re-energisation on is who can be contacted at . Should you have any difficulty in con tacting our officer, you may call our service hotline at 1800-778-8888. 2 This service is free of charge. The total fee payable is $ /-(inclusive of GST) . Please make payment via internet banking. The reference number is Please include the given reference number in your internet banking transfer. 3 LEWs are reminded to submit duly completed CS1 application form via SP eBusiness Portal and apply turn-on appointment via largeinstall@spgroup.com.sg before carry out switchboard replacement work. Yours Faithfully, SPPA UOB bank details: Bank Name: United Overseas Bank Ltd Bank Account number: 4513029777 Bank Address: 80 Raffles Place, UOB Plaza1, Singapore 048624 Bank code: 7375. Branch Code: 001. Swift Code: UOVBSGSG. For HEAD OF SECTION SP PowerGrid Limited as agent for and on behalf of SP PowerAssets Limited : HOS – FYI SP Services Limited, Attn:Meter_Config - Please attend. Version - July 2023 [Info] Letter of Requirements for Gas (Low Pressure)https://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/jcr:88c44424-1f7b-4f2b-84fd-6daefbd5cf8e/%20Letter%20of%20Requirements%20for%20Gas%20(Low%20Pressure).pdf [●insert name of contractor●] Date: [●] [●insert address of contractor●] Co. Registration No.: [●] Your Ref: [●] Our Ref: [●] Dear Sir REQUIREMENTS FOR EARTHWORKS AT [●insert location●] 1. We refer to your Notice for Commencement of Earthworks (“NCE”) at the above-mentioned location ("Worksite") dated [●] and note that you will commence earthworks (as defined in Section 2 of the Gas Act (Cap. 116A) (the “Act”)) ("Earthworks") from [●]to [●]. 2. Pursuant to Section 32(3)(a) of the Act, you are required to comply with the following requirements when carrying out the Earthworks: 2.1. Trial Holes 2.1.1. As the gas plan obtained from SP PowerGrid Limited (“SPPG”) (which shows the necessary information on the location of the gas plant (as defined in Section 2 of the Act) ("Gas Plant") and gas pipes (conveying gas in a gas pipeline network as defined in Section 2 of the Act) ("Gas Pipes")) ("SPPG Gas Plans") only indicate the approximate location of Gas Pipes, you shall dig an adequate number of appropriate trial holes by manual means to determine the exact location of medium pressure (“MP”) Gas Pipes and low pressure (“LP”) Gas Pipes prior to the carrying out of any Earthworks. 2.1.2. When working in the vicinity of a MP Gas Pipe or a LP Gas Pipe you shall only use powered mechanical equipment for the initial breaking of the surface layer of hardcore/premix. You shall not use powered mechanical equipment below the surface layer of hard-core/premix and shall only use manual excavation with hand tools. 2.1.3. You shall contact Distribution Pipelines Operations and Maintenance section, SPPG (“DPOM”) if you are unable to locate the MP Gas Pipe and/or the LP Gas Pipe by digging the trial holes. 2.1.4. You shall not dig any trial holes in the vicinity of gas transmission pipeline (as defined in Section 2 of the Act) (“GTP”) without the written consent from Transmission Pipelines Operations and Maintenance section, SPPG (“TPOM”). You shall comply with any additional requirements that may be imposed by SPPG. Page 1 of 9 2.1.5. After the trial holes have been dug, you shall ensure that photographs of the trial holes are taken showing the dimensions of trial holes and their location. You shall make these photographs available to SPPG upon request. 2.2. Marking of Gas Pipes, Engagement of Surveyor and Purchase of Surveyed Drawings 2.2.1. Prior to the carrying out of any Earthworks when working in the vicinity of a GTP, you are required to schedule a meeting with TPOM officers to present the details of the Earthworks to be carried out and to purchase the as-surveyed drawing from the Mapping & Earthworks Administration section, SPPG (“MEA”). 2.2.2. After purchasing the as-surveyed drawing, you shall engage a registered land surveyor to peg out the Gas Pipe positions for GTP and provide adequate and prominent markings to show the Gas Pipe positions. You shall ensure that all Gas Pipe markings are durable and prominent and are not disturbed, removed or tampered with. You shall also ensure that the Gas Pipe markings are reapplied from time to time to ensure that they remain conspicuous. 2.3. Risk Management (For MP & GTP) 2.3.1. You shall assess the impact of carrying out the intended Earthworks on any Gas Plant or Gas Pipe and prepare a report detailing such assessment. 2.3.2. If there are changes to the schedule for the carrying out of the Earthworks or changes in Earthworks work methods, you shall study the implications, review the earlier assessment that had been carried out and promptly notify SPPG in writing if there are any changes to the earlier assessment. 2.3.3. The report of such assessment shall be made available to SPPG on request. Such report shall also be made known to all personnel of all working levels in the team handling the project in which the Earthworks are or are to be carried out ("Project"), including sub-contractors and any third party who are involved in any way with any part of the intended Earthworks. 2.4. Worksite Management 2.4.1. You shall provide a full-time site supervisor to monitor the site operations for the entire duration of any Earthworks. You shall ensure that the site supervisor is familiar with these requirements. 2.4.2. You shall ensure that daily site briefings with site workers are conducted (in languages that are understood by all workers) to remind them about the location of the Gas Pipes and the measures to be taken to prevent damage to the Gas Pipes. You Page 2 of 9 shall keep records of such daily briefings (which shall include but are not limited to date and time, venue and person conducting the briefings, contents of briefings and the list of site workers who have attended such briefings). You shall also disallow any site worker who has not attended such briefings from being involved with any part of the intended Earthworks. New staff must be briefed before they start work. 2.4.3. You shall inform Earthworks Surveillance & Patrolling section, SPPG (“ESP”) officers of the identity of the site management / Registered Excavator Operator (“REO”), the proposed methods of carrying out of the Earthworks and/or location of the proposed Earthworks. You shall also inform the ESP officers if there are any changes to the above. 2.4.4. You shall ensure that information on the presence of Gas Pipes in the vicinity of the Worksite and all mitigating measures that can be taken to prevent damage to such Gas Pipes, have been communicated and adhered to by all personnel of all working levels in the Project team, including sub-contractors and any third party who are in any way involved with any part of the intended Earthworks. 2.4.5. SPPG may, from time to time and at its sole discretion, deploy its officers to the Worksite to inspect and monitor the status of your works. Notwithstanding the deployment of SPPG’s officers at the worksite, you shall continue to be responsible for discharging your obligations under this Letter of Requirements (“LRe”) and for the performance of your works. SPPG shall not assume any liability for any noncompliance by you of any such obligation or non-performance of your works. 2.5. Seek Consultation with SPPG: Gas Operations (DPOM and TPOM sections) 2.5.1. You shall contact and consult TPOM and/or DPOM section(s) when the proposed Earthworks are within 5 metres of any GTP and/or 3 metres of any MP Gas Pipes respectively. You shall only carry out any Earthworks within the vicinity of Gas Pipes after seeking advice and obtaining approval from SPPG. 2.5.2. You shall contact DPOM or our 24-hour Customer Service Centre if you find any live or abandoned Gas Pipes in the course of carrying out any Earthworks at the Worksite which have not been shown in the SPPG Gas Plan. 2.5.3. You shall also contact and consult with SPPG in the following circumstances: 2.5.3.1. If it is reasonable to expect that the Earthworks could cause ground vibrations or ground movements; and/or Page 3 of 9 2.5.3.2. If there is a need for Earthworks to be carried out below Gas Pipe slabs. 2.6. Protection of Gas Pipe and Gas Pipe Diversion 2.6.1. You shall take all steps to ascertain the presence of any Gas Pipe within the boundary and/or the vicinity of the Worksite prior to the carrying out of any Earthworks. You shall take all necessary measures and due care to prevent damage to the Gas Pipes. 2.6.2. You shall relocate your intended Earthworks away from any gas pipeline or submit an official request to SPPG to divert out of the Worksite any Gas Pipe that will be affected by the intended Earthworks and bear any and all costs incurred from such diversion. 2.6.3. If the proposed Earthworks involve overcrossing, undercrossing, exposing of, or diversion of Gas Pipes, you shall, prior to the carrying out of any Earthworks: 2.6.3.1. Contact and consult SPPG; 2.6.3.2. Provide SPPG with a detailed work method statement and proposed measures to protect the Gas Pipes; 2.6.3.3. Assess the risk of damage to the Gas Pipes and submit the report of such assessment to SPPG; and 2.6.3.4. Comply with any further and additional requirements that may be imposed by SPPG. 2.6.4. You shall not construct any structure (temporary, permanent, or otherwise) over any Gas Pipe. 2.6.5. You shall not place any heavy equipment or stock pile above any Gas Pipe. 2.6.6. You shall not allow any heavy machinery or vehicular movement above any Gas Pipe. 2.6.7. You shall backfill with quarry dust during reinstatement and do not dump any debris / concrete trash / sharp objects or place any heavy object on top of the Gas Pipe corridor. 2.6.8. You shall ensure proper and adequate shoring and shuttering to prevent soil movement and/or soil subsidence which may affect any Gas Pipe. 2.6.9. You shall carefully select positions for the sinking and driving of earth rod, sheet piling, bore piling, diaphragm walling, installing of reinforced concrete/steel piles by Page 4 of 9 percussion or jack-in method, bore piling casing, installing of ground anchors, pressure grouting, installing of tubes, installing of poles, hand augering, pipe jacking, shoring, soil investigating, bore drilling and horizontal directional drilling, in order to avoid damage to any Gas Pipes. You shall do this by, amongst other things: 2.6.9.1. Referring to the SPPG Gas Plan and digging appropriate trial holes by manual means, to confirm the presence or absence of any Gas Pipe prior to the carrying out of any Earthworks. For trial hole to be dug in the vicinity of GTP, you shall obtain written consent from TPOM. 2.6.9.2. For pipe jacking and horizontal directional drilling, you shall consider additional factors such as loading from the construction plants, ground conditions, bore diameter, possible deviation of the drilling. You shall ensure that there is a minimum clearance of 2m between the path of drilling/boring device and any Gas Pipe that is in the vicinity of the Earthworks. 2.6.10. You shall provide adequate protection to unexposed or reinstated Gas Pipes that are within the work area when carrying out of any Earthworks. 2.6.11. You shall ensure that all surface boxes are accessible at all times and are not covered by tarmac, earth, landscape, equipment, stock pile or any other material. 2.6.12. You shall ensure that no static loads (i.e. loads that do not change in magnitude or position with time) are placed above the surface boxes. 2.6.13. You shall exercise due care and diligence when removing any rock, boulder, wood, metal rod, sharp object or other obstacles which are in the vicinity of Gas Pipes. 2.6.14. You shall ensure that gas free tests are carried out by a competent person along the Gas Pipe route at regular intervals throughout the duration of the Project. You shall not carry out any processes that may be a source of ignition in the vicinity of any Gas Pipes. You shall also take all other necessary mitigating measures to prevent ignition of escaped gas, if any. 2.6.15. You shall ensure that a clearance of at least 5 metres is maintained between the external wall of LP Gas Pipe and any piles and/or diaphragm wall and a clearance of at least 0.3 metres is maintained between the external wall of LP Gas Pipe and other services when working in the vicinity of LP Gas Pipe. You shall also ensure that no services are laid directly on top and parallel to any existing Gas Pipes. 2.6.16. You shall not expose, suspend and/or otherwise interfere with any Gas Pipes, without the written consent of SPPG. Page 5 of 9 2.6.17. You shall stop all Earthworks and call SPPG for advice whenever in doubt. 2.6.18. You shall stop work immediately and report to the 24-hour Customer Service Centre upon any damage or suspected damage to any Gas Pipe (including surface damage without gas escaping) or the discovery of any gas leak. You and/or your workers shall not attempt to repair or modify damaged Gas Pipes. 2.6.19. Damaging a Gas Plant or a Gas Pipe(s) may cause a delay in the completion of the Project as SPPG will need time to investigate and carry out repair work as necessary. Any repair costs may have to be borne by you. 2.6.20. SPPG shall be entitled to ask you to stop work with immediate effect in the event of non-compliance to this LRe. SPPG shall not be liable to you in any way for any losses, claims or damages arising from or in connection with such stop work requests. 2.6.21. You shall comply with any requirements as reasonably prescribed by SPPG in SPPG’s review and endorsement of the relevant method statement and any other documents submitted by you in relation thereto for the Earthworks. 2.7. NCE Submission by Sub-Contractor(s), NCE Extension and Site Meeting 2.7.1. You and/or your representatives shall attend meetings with SPPG officers as and when required. 2.7.2. When working in the vicinity of a GTP or MP Gas Pipe, you shall carry out a site visit jointly with SPPG officers before carrying out any Earthworks specified under the submitted NCE. 2.7.3. In the event that you engage a sub-contractor to carry out any Earthworks within the vicinity of any Gas Pipes, you shall ensure that such sub-contractor submits the appropriate NCE prior to the carrying out of any Earthworks in the vicinity of any Gas Pipes. 2.7.4. If, at any stage of your Project, there is a likelihood that the Earthworks may continue beyond the anticipated completion date and/or beyond the work boundary as declared in the NCE which you have submitted to SPPG, you shall notify SPPG in writing of the new date of completion and/or the new work boundary (as applicable) by submitting a new NCE. 2.7.5. You shall obtain a new SPPG Gas Plan from SPPG prior to submitting the new NCE. Prior to carrying out any Earthworks
Average-Electricity-Consumption--kWh-_May-23-to-Apr-24.xlsxhttps://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/docs/our-services/utilities/tariff-information/Average-Electricity-Consumption--kWh-_May-23-to-Apr-24.xlsx
Consumption_Elect Average consumption of Electricity (kWh) Premises Types May-23 Jun-23 Jul-23 Aug-23 Sep-23 Oct-23 Nov-23 Dec-23 Jan-24 Feb-24 Mar-24 Apr-24 HDB 1-Room 142 152 147 145 143 146 144 135 126 126 132 150 HDB 2-Room 185 202 190 190 189 190 188 176 164 167 173 199 HDB 3-Room 270 288 271 272 269 274 269 247 236 241 250 292 HDB 4-Room 367 391 371 371 367 374 370 342 321 330 342 398 HDB 5-Room 428 456 437 434 427 437 436 401 367 381 399 463 HDB Executive 528 561 531 536 528 541 530 478 456 474 489 575 Apartment 543 585 546 514 515 537 541 483 430 435 486 578 Terrace 867 902 868 866 859 890 881 804 740 794 821 957 Semi-Detached 1,182 1,233 1,159 1,134 1,150 1,187 1,174 1,065 1,019 1,038 1,109 1,254 Bungalow 2,303 2,482 2,320 2,219 2,298 2,308 2,358 2,075 2,106 1,951 2,146 2,432
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SPWebsite (without GST) Electricity Tariff (2014 - 2024) Rates are not inclusive of GST Jul-24 Apr-24 Jan-24 Oct-23 Jul-23 Apr-23 Jan-23 Oct-22 Jul-22 Apr-22 Jan-22 Oct-21 Jul-21 Apr-21 Jan-21 Oct-20 Jul-20 Apr-20 Jan-20 Oct-19 Jul-19 Apr-19 Jan-19 Oct-18 Jul-18 Apr-18 Jan-18 Oct-17 Jul-17 Apr-17 Jan-17 Oct-16 Jul-16 Apr-16 Jan-16 Oct-15 Jul-15 Apr-15 Jan-15 Oct-14 Jul-14 Apr-14 Jan-14 LOW TENSION SUPPLIES, DOMESTIC All units, ¢/kWh                    29.88 29.79 29.89 28.70 27.74 27.43 28.95 29.74 30.17 27.94 25.44 24.11 23.38 22.55 20.76 21.43 19.60 23.02 24.24 23.43 24.22 22.79 23.85 24.13 23.65 22.15 21.56 20.30 20.72 21.39 20.20 19.13 19.27 17.68 19.50 20.35 22.41 20.87 23.29 25.28 25.68 25.73 25.65 LOW TENSION SUPPLIES, NON-DOMESTIC All units, ¢/kWh                    29.88 29.79 29.89 28.70 27.74 27.43 28.95 29.74 30.17 27.94 25.44 24.11 23.38 22.55 20.76 21.43 19.60 23.02 24.24 23.43 24.22 22.79 23.85 24.13 23.65 22.15 21.56 20.30 20.72 21.39 20.20 19.13 19.27 17.68 19.50 20.35 22.41 20.87 23.29 25.28 25.68 25.73 25.65 HIGH TENSION SMALL (HTS) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month               16.37 16.37 15.12 14.25 13.44 12.67 11.95 11.95 11.95 10.90 10.90 10.90 10.90 10.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.58 8.58 8.58 8.58 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.15 8.15 8.15 8.15 7.49 7.49 7.49 7.49 7.49 Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month               24.56 24.56 22.68 21.38 20.16 19.01 17.93 17.93 17.93 16.35 16.35 16.35 16.35 16.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 12.87 12.87 12.87 12.87 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.23 12.23 12.23 12.23 11.24 11.24 11.24 11.24 11.24 kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) 27.05 27.31 27.44 26.98 25.13 24.77 26.37 27.17 27.81 25.71 22.77 21.24 20.44 19.54 17.88 18.63 16.52 20.51 21.76 20.85 21.74 20.15 21.40 21.71 21.27 19.56 18.88 17.47 17.94 18.68 17.27 16.07 16.22 14.50 16.59 17.40 19.72 18.20 21.05 23.22 23.67 23.75 23.67 Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am)               17.38 16.49 16.92 13.98 15.15 14.96 15.92 16.69 16.49 14.54 13.77 13.01 12.51 11.85 11.20 11.67 10.55 12.50 13.28 12.71 13.26 12.28 13.09 13.27 12.65 11.77 11.37 10.55 10.84 11.3 10.51 9.84 9.93 8.78 10.08 11.04 12.29 10.72 12.71 14.19 14.40 14.35 14.45 Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh               0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 HIGH TENSION LARGE (HTL) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month                    16.37 16.37 15.12 14.25 13.44 12.67 11.95 11.95 11.95 10.90 10.90 10.90 10.90 10.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.58 8.58 8.58 8.58 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.36 8.15 8.15 8.15 8.15 7.49 7.49 7.49 7.49 7.49 Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month                24.56 24.56 22.68 21.38 20.16 19.01 17.93 17.93 17.93 16.35 16.35 16.35 16.35 16.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 13.35 12.87 12.87 12.87 12.87 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.54 12.23 12.23 12.23 12.23 11.24 11.24 11.24 11.24 11.24 kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) 26.83 27.09 27.22 26.76 24.91 24.55 26.15 26.95 27.59 25.49 22.55 21.02 20.22 19.32 17.66 18.41 16.30 20.29 21.54 20.63 21.52 19.93 21.18 21.49 21.05 19.34 18.66 17.25 17.72 18.46 17.05 15.85 16.00 14.28 16.37 17.18 19.50 17.98 20.83 23.00 23.45 23.53 23.45 Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am)        17.37 16.48 16.91 13.97 15.14 14.95 15.91 16.68 16.48 14.53 13.76 13.00 12.50 11.84 11.19 11.66 10.54 12.49 13.27 12.70 13.25 12.27 13.08 13.26 12.64 11.76 11.36 10.54 10.83 11.29 10.50 9.83 9.92 8.77 10.07 11.03 12.28 10.71 12.70 14.18 14.39 14.34 14.44 Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh                0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 0.59 EXTRA HIGH TENSION (EHT) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month                    12.90 12.90 12.12 11.58 11.06 10.56 10.09 10.09 10.09 9.33 9.33 9.33 9.33 9.33 7.87 7.87 7.87 7.87 7.87 7.87 7.87 7.87 7.68 7.68 7.68 7.68 7.54 7.54 7.54 7.54 7.54 7.54 7.54 7.54 7.38 7.38 7.38 7.38 6.90 6.90 6.90 6.90 6.90 Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month               19.35 19.35 18.18 17.37 16.59 15.84 15.14 15.14 15.14 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 14.00 11.81 11.81 11.81 11.81 11.81 11.81 11.81 11.81 11.52 11.52 11.52 11.52 11.31 11.31 11.31 11.31 11.31 11.31 11.31 11.31 11.07 11.07 11.07 11.07 10.35 10.35 10.35 10.35 10.35 kWh charge, ¢/kWh                                Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) 25.88 26.11 26.25 25.71 23.96 23.61 25.16 25.96 26.57 24.48 21.61 20.11 19.31 18.42 16.81 17.54 15.47 19.39 20.62 19.72 20.6 19.03 20.26 20.57 20.12 18.44 17.77 16.38 16.84 17.57 16.18 15.01 15.16 13.45 15.52 16.33 18.62 17.1 19.91 22.06 22.50 22.58 22.50 Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am)           17.27 16.38 16.80 13.85 15.04 14.85 15.79 16.56 16.35 14.40 13.65 12.90 12.40 11.74 11.11 11.57 10.46 12.39 13.16 12.6 13.15 12.17 12.97 13.15 12.54 11.66 11.26 10.45 10.74 11.19 10.41 9.74 9.83 8.69 9.99 10.94 12.18 10.62 12.60 14.08 14.28 14.23 14.34 Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh               0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 0.48 SPWebsite (with GST) Electricity Tariff (2014 - 2024) Rates are inclusive of GST Jul-24 Apr-24 Jan-24 Oct-23 Jul-23 Apr-23 Jan-23 Oct-22 Jul-22 Apr-22 Jan-22 Oct-21 Jul-21 Apr-21 Jan-21 Oct-20 Jul-20 Apr-20 Jan-20 Oct-19 Jul-19 Apr-19 Jan-19 Oct-18 Jul-18 Apr-18 Jan-18 Oct-17 Jul-17 Apr-17 Jan-17 Oct-16 Jul-16 Apr-16 Jan-16 Oct-15 Jul-15 Apr-15 Jan-15 Oct-14 Jul-14 Apr-14 Jan-14 LOW TENSION SUPPLIES, DOMESTIC All units, ¢/kWh                    32.57 32.47 32.58 31.00 29.96 29.62 31.27 31.82 32.28 29.90 27.22 25.80 25.02 24.13 22.21 22.93 20.97 24.63 25.94 25.07 25.92 24.39 25.52 25.82 25.31 23.70 23.07 21.72 22.17 22.89 21.61 20.47 20.62 18.92 20.87 21.77 23.98 22.33 24.92 27.05 27.48 27.53 27.45 LOW TENSION SUPPLIES, NON-DOMESTIC All units, ¢/kWh                    32.57 32.47 32.58 31.00 29.96 29.62 31.27 31.82 32.28 29.90 27.22 25.80 25.02 24.13 22.21 22.93 20.97 24.63 25.94 25.07 25.92 24.39 25.52 25.82 25.31 23.70 23.07 21.72 22.17 22.89 21.61 20.47 20.62 18.92 20.87 21.77 23.98 22.33 24.92 27.05 27.48 27.53 27.45 HIGH TENSION SMALL (HTS) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month               17.84 17.84 16.48 15.39 14.52 13.68 12.91 12.79 12.79 11.66 11.66 11.66 11.66 11.66 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.18 9.18 9.18 9.18 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.72 8.72 8.72 8.72 8.01 8.01 8.01 8.01 8.01 Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month               26.77 26.77 24.72 23.09 21.77 20.53 19.36 19.19 19.19 17.49 17.49 17.49 17.49 17.49 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 13.77 13.77 13.77 13.77 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.09 13.09 13.09 13.09 12.03 12.03 12.03 12.03 12.03 kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) 29.48 29.77 29.91 29.14 27.14 26.75 28.48 29.07 29.76 27.51 24.36 22.73 21.87 20.91 19.13 19.93 17.68 21.95 23.28 22.31 23.26 21.56 22.90 23.23 22.76 20.93 20.20 18.69 19.20 19.99 18.48 17.19 17.36 15.52 17.75 18.62 21.10 19.47 22.52 24.85 25.33 25.41 25.33 Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am)               18.94 17.97 18.44 15.10 16.36 16.16 17.19 17.86 17.64 15.56 14.73 13.92 13.39 12.68 11.98 12.49 11.29 13.38 14.21 13.60 14.28 13.14 14.01 14.20 13.54 12.59 12.17 11.29 11.60 12.09 11.25 10.53 10.63 9.39 10.79 11.81 13.15 11.47 13.60 15.18 15.41 15.35 15.46 Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh               0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 HIGH TENSION LARGE (HTL) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month                    17.84 17.84 16.48 15.39 14.52 13.68 12.91 12.79 12.79 11.66 11.66 11.66 11.66 11.66 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.18 9.18 9.18 9.18 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.95 8.72 8.72 8.72 8.72 8.01 8.01 8.01 8.01 8.01 Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month                26.77 26.77 24.72 23.09 21.77 20.53 19.36 19.19 19.19 17.49 17.49 17.49 17.49 17.49 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 14.28 13.77 13.77 13.77 13.77 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.42 13.09 13.09 13.09 13.09 12.03 12.03 12.03 12.03 12.03 kWh charge, ¢/kWh Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) 29.24 29.53 29.67 28.90 26.90 26.51 28.24 28.84 29.52 27.27 24.13 22.49 21.64 20.67 18.90 19.70 17.44 21.71 23.05 22.07 23.03 21.33 22.66 22.99 22.52 20.69 19.97 18.46 18.96 19.75 18.24 16.96 17.12 15.28 17.52 18.38 20.87 19.24 22.29 24.61 25.09 25.18 25.09 Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am)        18.93 17.96 18.43 15.09 16.35 16.15 17.18 17.85 17.63 15.55 14.72 13.91 13.38 12.67 11.97 12.48 11.28 13.36 14.20 13.59 14.18 13.13 14.00 14.19 13.52 12.58 12.16 11.28 11.59 12.08 11.24 10.52 10.61 9.38 10.77 11.80 13.14 11.46 13.59 15.17 15.40 15.34 15.45 Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh                0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.64 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 0.63 EXTRA HIGH TENSION (EHT) SUPPLIES Contracted Capacity Charge $/kW/month                    14.06 14.06 13.21 12.51 11.94 11.40 10.90 10.80 10.80 9.98 9.98 9.98 9.98 9.98 8.42 8.42 8.42 8.42 8.42 8.42 8.42 8.42 8.22 8.22 8.22 8.22 8.07 8.07 8.07 8.07 8.07 8.07 8.07 8.07 7.90 7.90 7.90 7.90 7.38 7.38 7.38 7.38 7.38 Uncontracted Capacity Charge $/chargeable kW/month               21.09 21.09 19.82 18.76 17.92 17.11 16.35 16.20 16.20 14.98 14.98 14.98 14.98 14.98 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.33 12.33 12.33 12.33 12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10 11.84 11.84 11.84 11.84 11.07 11.07 11.07 11.07 11.07 kWh charge, ¢/kWh                                Peak period (7.00am to 11.00pm) 28.21 28.46 28.61 27.77 25.88 25.50 27.17 27.78 28.43 26.19 23.12 21.52 20.66 19.71 17.99 18.77 16.55 20.75 22.06 21.10 22.04 20.36 21.68 22.01 21.53 19.73 19.01 17.53 18.02 18.80 17.31 16.06 16.22 14.39 16.61 17.47 19.92 18.30 21.30 23.60 24.08 24.16 24.08 Off-peak period (11.00pm to 7.00am)           18.82 17.85 18.31 14.96 16.24 16.04 17.05 17.72 17.49 15.41 14.61 13.80 13.27 12.56 11.89 12.38 11.19 13.26 14.08 13.48 14.07 13.02 13.88 14.07 13.42 12.48 12.05 11.18 11.49 11.97 11.14 10.42 10.52 9.30 10.69 11.71 13.03 11.36 13.48 15.07 15.28 15.23 15.34 Reactive power Charge ¢/chargeable kVARh               0.52 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51 0.51
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THE STRAITS TIMES PUB joins scheme that will reward businesses for lowering electricity usage The new initiative is to reward businesses for lowering their electricity usage as part of efforts to help ease demand for energy on the power grid. PHOTO: PUB Ang Qing UPDATED APR 6, 2023, 8:57 PM SGT SINGAPORE - National water agency PUB will join a new initiative to reward businesses for lowering their electricity usage as part of efforts to help ease demand for energy on the power grid. On Thursday, PUB said it will join the Energy Market Authority’s (EMA) Demand Side Management Sandbox initiative for energy-intensive commercial and industrial firms. This will make it the first government agency to take part in the initiative, which comprises two programmes and runs until January 2025. PUB will partner national grid operator SP Group to participate in both programmes to cut energy usage during peak periods or when supply from renewable energy sources is not consistent. The first is the Demand Response programme, which incentivises companies to reduce their electricity demand voluntarily when wholesale electricity prices spike. The second, the Interruptible Load programme, rewards companies for reducing some electrical load during periods of tight power generation supply. When demand is well managed, said EMA in 2022, businesses and households are expected to benefit, paying lower electricity bills in the long run. PUB chief executive Goh Si Hou said the initiative aligns with the agency’s bid to raise energy efficiency in its operations. This is becoming more important, as more energy-intensive water sources like Newater and desalination are tapped to meet future growth in water demand. He said: “It will provide PUB with greater flexibility in managing energy demand, and allow us to achieve cost savings. At the same time, our participation will support the national effort for energy resilience, and bring system-level benefits to all users.” For a start, the Marina Raw Water Pumping Station at Kallang Basin will participate in the programmes, PUB said on Thursday. Each of the four pumps at the station can transfer 30 million gallons of water daily, and require about 1.3 megawatts of power, or the equivalent of powering about 110 four-room Housing Board flats, said PUB. The station transfers raw water from Marina Reservoir to Upper Peirce Reservoir to maintain optimal water levels in the reservoirs. Its daily energy consumption varies depending on the number of pumps in operation. A deal inked between SP and PUB on Wednesday will ensure that when the electricity load needs to be curtailed, SP will reduce or interrupt demand from its Marina Bay district cooling ice thermal energy storage systems and its partners, including PUB. Once on board, PUB will work closely with SP in the first few months to calibrate the daily operational process. EMA chief executive Ngiam Shih Chun said: “As we transform our energy sector to be more sustainable, it is also important that consumers are empowered to optimise and reduce their electricity consumption, in exchange for a share of the system-wide benefits. We encourage more consumers to come on board the programmes to enjoy these benefits.” Businesses that consume at least 100kW of electricity an hour are eligible for this initiative. The monthly energy consumption of a four-room HDB flat, for instance, is about 360kWh. Businesses will pay a penalty if they under-deliver on the electrical load they promised to reduce. As at the end of March, five buildings have registered for EMA’s Demand Response programme and eight buildings come under its Interruptible Load programme. In October 2022, an EMA spokesman said that if the initiative proves to be successful, it could be made permanent. � E-paper � Facebook � Instagram � Twitter � Youtube � LinkedIn � Podcasts � RSS Feed � Telegram � TikTok About Us Terms & Conditions Need help? Reach us here. Advertise with us Privacy Policy � Sign up for our daily newsletter Enter your e-mail Sign up More newsletters By registering, you agree to our T&C and Privacy Policy. MCI (P) 076/10/2022, MCI (P) 077/10/2022. Published by SPH Media Limited, Co. Regn. No. 202120748H. Copyright © 2023 SPH Media Limited. All rights reserved.
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Terms & Conditions of Use IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ THESE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF USE CAREFULLY. BY ACCESSING THIS PORTAL (“PORTAL”) AND/OR USING ANY OF THE SERVICES (INCLUDING DOWNLOADING, INSTALLING OR USING ANY ASSOCIATED SOFTWARE) BEING OFFERED THROUGH THE PORTAL, THE USER AGREES TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF USE STATED BELOW. IF THE USER DOES NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF USE, THE USER MUST IMMEDIATELY DISCONTINUE THE ACCESS AND USE OF THIS PORTAL AND/OR THE ACCESS AND USE OF ANY OF THE SERVICES. The Services (defined below) on this Portal is provided by SP PowerGrid Ltd (hereinafter called "SPPG"). These Services may only be accessed and/or used by the User (defined below) through the use of the Security Credentials. 1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS These Terms & Conditions of Use shall govern the Services and the access and/or use of this App and the Services by the User. By completing the registration or subscription process and clicking the 'Finish' button (if applicable) or clicking the "I Accept" button, the User agrees to be bound by all of the terms and conditions set out herein. In addition to these Terms & Conditions of Use, the access and/or use of the App and/or Services is also subject to any prevailing or existing terms of conditions that the User has entered into or will enter into with SPPG. If there is any conflict or inconsistency between these Terms & Conditions of Use and any prevailing or existing terms of conditions, these Terms & Conditions of Use will prevail. 2. DEFINITION OF TERMS The following terms and expressions shall have the meaning stated hereunder except where the context otherwise requires: I. “Affiliate” Singapore Power Limited, and any persons or entities that are Controlled directly or indirectly by Singapore Power Limited. II. “Content” all information, text, design, sound recordings, music, Software, photographs, videos, images, graphics, data, messages, links and any other content and materials made available through or provided as part of or for purposes of or in connection with the Portal and/or Services. III. “Control” the beneficial ownership of more than 50% of the issued share capital of a company or the legal power to direct or cause the direction of the general management of the company, and “Controls”, “Controlled” and the expression “change of Control” shall be construed accordingly; IV. “E-Account” a registered account with SPPG for the purposes of using and/or accessing the Portal. V. “Intellectual Property Rights” includes but is not limited to any rights, title and interest in patents (including utility models), designs (whether or not capable of registration), semi-conductor topography rights, rights in layouts of integrated circuits, copyrights, Moral Rights, database rights, trademarks, service marks, trade and business names, domain names, and any rights of goodwill associated therewith, rights to sue for passing off, rights in the nature of unfair competition rights, trade secrets, confidentiality and other proprietary rights including rights to knowhow, rights to technical and other information, rights to apply for registration of any of the foregoing, rights to take action for past, present and future infringements in respect of any of the foregoing, and all rights in the SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg nature of any of the foregoing anywhere in the world whether registered or unregistered, whether subsisting now or in the future. VI. “Malware” any and all forms of malicious, surreptitious, destructive or corrupting code, agent, macro or any other program which is designed to permit unauthorized access, to disable, erase, corrupt or otherwise harm or damage software, hardware or data; or any device, method, or token whose apparent or intended purpose is to allow circumvention of the normal security of software or the system containing the code. VII. “Moral Rights” the rights as described in Article 6bis of the Berne Convention for Protection of Literary and Artistic Works 1886 (as amended and revised from time to time), being "droit moral" or other analogous rights arising under any law, that exist or that may come to exist, anywhere in the world, in relation to any works or other subject matter. VIII. “Personal Data” data, whether true or not, about an individual who can be identified (a) from that data; or (b) from that data and other information to which SPPG has or is likely to have access. IX. “Security Credentials” the E-Account, business registration number, user identification code (“User ID”), and/or passwords and any other devices or information that may be issued by or which may be accepted by SPPG from time to time for use by the User for the purposes of authenticating the User’s access and/or use of the Portal, the Services and/or the Content. X. “Services” any features, functionalities, services or products which SPPG provides to the User through the Portal from time to time including any value-added features (whether online or otherwise). XI. “Software” any software programmes including any upgrades. XII. “User” the user using and accessing the Portal and Services for personal purposes. XIII. “User Content” information, content or materials which the User uploads, submits, stores, sends, receives or makes available to or through the Portal and/or Services and any Intellectual Property Rights subsisting therein, and all other information, content or materials made available for purposes of or in connection with the Portal and/or Services and any Intellectual Property Rights subsisting therein. 3. LICENCE TO USE PORTAL AND CONTENT The User will need to register for an E-Account with SPPG in order to utilise the Portal and the Services, access any information related to the User’s instructions given via the Portal, access the User’s E-Account information and any other records associated with the User’s use of the Portal. The User may only register for one E-Account with SPPG unless SPPG explicitly approves the opening of additional accounts. SPPG may refuse the creation of duplicate accounts for the same User. Where duplicate accounts are detected, SPPG may close or merge these duplicate accounts without notification to the User. The Portal and Content are proprietary to SPPG, its Affiliates and/or its licensors (as may be applicable) and must not be used other than strictly in accordance with these Terms & Conditions of Use. If the User agrees to these Terms & Conditions of Use, the User shall be granted a personal, limited, non-exclusive, nontransferable, non-sublicensable right to use the Portal and the Content. SPPG reserves all rights not granted hereunder. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg The User is permitted to, through SPPG-designated means, print or download extracts of the Content for the User’s personal and non-commercial use only. Any copies of such Content saved to disk or to any other storage medium may only be used for subsequent viewing purpose or to print extracts for personal and noncommercial use. Any other use is strictly prohibited. Without prejudice to the foregoing, the User shall not without the prior written consent of SPPG: (i) remove, delete, augment, add to, copy, store, include in any public or private electronic retrieval system or service, create derivative works from or otherwise exploit in any way the Portal (or any part thereof), the Services (or any part thereof) or the Content (or any part thereof) in any form and by any means; (ii) reproduce, transmit, publish, perform, broadcast, store, adapt, distribute, display, rent, lease, license, export, participate in the transfer or sale of, or hyperlink the Portal (or any part thereof), the Services (or any part thereof)or the Content (or any part thereof) in any form and by any means; (iii) adapt, alter, modify, decompile, disassemble and/or reverse engineer the Portal (or any part thereof), the Services (or any part thereof) or the Content (or any part thereof); (iv) create a database whether in electronic or structured manual form by regularly or systematically downloading or storing all or any part of the Portal and/or Content for any purposes. Any breach of the requirements or restrictions in Paragraphs 5 and 6 shall result in immediate and automatic termination of all rights and licence granted by SPPG under these Terms & Conditions of Use. The User shall (i) abide by all applicable laws and regulations in the User’s access and/or use of the Portal, the Services and/or the Content; (ii) not impersonate any person or entity or to falsely state or otherwise misrepresent his/her affiliation with any person or entity; (iii) not send, distribute or upload, in any way, any Malware; and (iv) not post, promote or transmit through the Portal and/or the Services any unlawful, harassing, libellous, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable material of any kind or nature. SPPG does not endorse nor assume any responsibility for the contents of the User’s transmissions or communications through the Portal and/or Services and the User is solely responsible therefor. The User warrants and represents that the User has the right and authority to submit the contents of the User’s transmissions or communications through the Portal and/or Services. SPPG shall be entitled to, without giving any prior notice, remove any information or materials submitted by the User or posted by the User through the Portal and/or Services. 4. SECURITY CREDENTIALS The User shall be responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the Security Credentials, and agrees to accept responsibility for all activities that are referable to the Security Credentials. SPPG reserves the right to terminate any or all existing accounts the User has with SPPG in their sole discretion. All use and/or access (including any purported use and/or purported access) of the Portal, Services and/or Content referable to any of the Security Credentials (whether such access or use is authorised by the User or not) shall be deemed to be the use and/or access of the Portal, Services and/or Content by the User. SPPG shall be entitled to consider any person who gains access to the Portal, Services and/or the Content using the Security Credentials to be the User or an individual authorised by the User without further inquiry or investigation. Where applicable, references to the User’s use and/or access of the Portal, Services and/or the Content shall be deemed to include the use and/or access of the Portal, Services and/or the Content by an individual authorised by the User. The User is able to transmit instructions through the Portal and/or Services. All instructions referable to any of the Security Credentials shall be deemed to be instructions validly transmitted and issued by the User. Such instructions shall be deemed to be irrevocable and SPPG is entitled to act upon such instructions without requiring further consent. SPPG shall not be obliged to investigate or verify the authenticity, the authority or the identity of any persons effecting any instructions or the authenticity, accuracy and completeness of such instructions. Notwithstanding this, SPPG shall be entitled, at its own discretion, to decline to act or refrain from acting promptly upon any instructions and to investigate or verify the authenticity, the authority or the identity of such persons effecting the instructions or the authenticity, accuracy and completeness of the instruction. SPPG may, in its discretion, refuse to comply with any instruction if the instruction is ambiguous or conflicting, incomplete or inaccurate. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg The User shall be responsible for all actions referable to any of the Security Credentials, whether or not authorised by the User. Therefore, SPPG does not recommend that the User discloses any of the Security Credentials to any third parties. The User shall be responsible for any access and/or use, and any purported access and/or use, of the Portal, Services, Content and/or E-Account, whether or not authorised by the User. If the User loses control of the Security Credentials, the User may lose substantial control over his/her personally identifiable information and may be subject to legally binding actions taken on the User’s behalf. The User shall immediately notify SPPG if it comes to their knowledge that any of the Security Credentials has been compromised (including any loss, theft, breach of security, or unauthorised disclosure or use) and/or there has been unauthorised use of their E-Account, the Portal and/or the Services. SPPG and its Affiliates shall not be liable or responsible for any damage, expense or loss of any kind suffered directly or indirectly by the User as a result of any loss, disclosure, theft and/or unauthorised use of the User’s Security Credentials. 5. ACCESS TO AND USE OF USER CONTENT Subject to Clause 15 of these Terms & Conditions of Use, the User hereby grants to SPPG, a non-exclusive, world-wide, royalty-free, perpetual and irrevocable, right and licence (“Licence”) to use, host, store, reproduce, perform, display, distribute, adapt, modify, re-format and create derivative works of any and all of the User Content, and the right to sublicense or transfer the foregoing rights to its Affiliates and such third parties designated by SPPG. The User represents and warrants to SPPG that it either owns the User Content and/or has valid licenses or other rights in relation to the User Content and has full authority to grant the Licence to SPPG. The User hereby consents to SPPG accessing, collecting and using, and authorises SPPG, to access, collect and use, subject to Clause 15, any and all information relating to the User with any relevant organisation, and all User Content. To the extent applicable or required, the User hereby warrants and confirms that it has done and will do all things necessary to authorise the access to, collection of and/or use by SPPG of (a) any and all information relating to the User with such relevant organisation and (b) all User Content. 6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY All Intellectual Property Rights in the Content, App and/or Services shall be absolutely owned by SPPG for the full duration of all such rights and all throughout the world. No licence or right is granted and the User’s access to and/or use of this Portal, the Content and/or the Services should not be construed as granting, by implication, estoppel or otherwise, any license or right to use any Intellectual Property Rights in the Portal, Content and/or Services without the prior written consent of SPPG or its Licensors. Any and all Intellectual Property Rights in and to the User Content shall vest in SPPG. The User hereby assigns all Intellectual Property Rights in and to the User Content to SPPG. The User warrants and represents that any transmissions or communications made by the User via the Portal and the User Content do not infringe the Intellectual Property Rights or any other rights of any third party. 7. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS When the User accesses and/or uses the Portal or any of the Services or sends e-mails to SPPG’s email address made available through the Portal, the User is communicating with SPPG electronically. The User consents to receive communications from SPPG electronically. SPPG will communicate with the User by e- mail sent to the last updated address made known to SPPG or by posting notices on the Portal. Where the communication is given by SPPG to the User electronically, it will be deemed to have been received upon delivery (and a delivery report received by SPPG will be conclusive evidence of delivery even if the communication is not opened by the User); and where the communication is given to SPPG electronically, it will be deemed to have been received upon being opened by SPPG. The User agrees that all agreements, notices, disclosures and other communications that SPPG provides to the User electronically will satisfy any and all legal requirements that such communications be in writing. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg 8. ELECTRONIC FORM The User agrees that these Terms & Conditions of Use in electronic form constitute a written document and therefore the User undertakes not to dispute or challenge the validity or enforceability of these Terms & Conditions of Use on the grounds that it is not a written document and the User hereby waives any such right that the User may have at law. 9. PAYMENTS The User acknowledges and agrees to carry out a transaction in accordance with these Terms & Conditions of Use and the instructions set out in the Portal, which may be amended from time to time. The User further acknowledges and agrees that in the event the User fails to comply with these Terms & Conditions of Use and/or instructions set out in the Portal and such failure results in a transaction not being executed, SPPG shall not be liable in any way for any loss and liability that the User may incur as a result the non-execution of the transaction. If SPPG is unable to execute the User’s transaction, SPPG will notify the User of the same and, if possible, inform the User of the reasons for such refusal and explain how to remedy the situation. SPPG may, in its sole discretion, delay the execution of the User’s request to carry out a transaction if there is reason to believe that the User’s request to execute a transaction may involve fraud or misconduct, and/or violates any of these Terms & Conditions of Use and/or applicable law. Where the User makes payment through the Portal by debit/credit card, the User acknowledges, agrees and consents that his/her Personal Data may be disclosed to third parties (located within and outside of Singapore) processing such debit/credit card transactions, including debit/credit card companies, banks and payment gateways, and, subject to their respective personal data privacy policies and applicable laws, may be used, processed and stored by such third parties to facilitate payments that the User now or subsequently make. Payment to SPPG of fees, if any, for the provision of any of the Services shall be made in the manner prescribed by SPPG. Where the User makes payment through the Portal for third party services, the User acknowledges and agrees that the User shall be deemed to be the party making such payment directly to the relevant third party service provider. The User may not claim against SPPG or any of its agents, for any failure, disruption or error in connection with the User’s chosen payment method. SPPG reserves the right at any time to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, any payment method without notice to the User or giving any reason. Subject to Paragraph 9 of this clause herein, the User acknowledges and agrees that SPPG’s records and any records of the communications, transactions, instructions or operations made or performed, processed or effected through the Portal and/or Services by the User or any person purporting to be the User (whether or not authorised by the User), or any record of communications, transactions, instructions or operations relating to the operation of the Portal and/or Services and any record of any communications, transactions, instructions or operations maintained by SPPG or by any relevant person authorised by SPPG relating to or connected with the Portal and/or Services shall be binding on the User for all purposes whatsoever and shall be conclusive evidence of such communications, transactions, instructions or operations. The User has a duty to examine and verify the correctness of any and all confirmations, statements, records and any other documents issued by SPPG in relation to the E-Account, Portal and Services. The User further undertakes to promptly inform SPPG in writing of any alleged error, irregularity, discrepancies or omissions in such documents. If no such notice is received by SPPG within 14 days from the date stated in such documents, the User shall be (a) deemed to have conclusively accepted all content contained in such documents; and (b) liable for any and all losses arising from or in connection with any alleged error, irregularity, discrepancies or omissions in such documents. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg 10. OTHER BUSINESSES The Portal may provide links to websites or services of SPPG, SPPG’s Affiliates and certain other businesses and/or third parties. SPPG and its Affiliates are not responsible for examining or evaluating, and do not warrant the offerings of, any of these businesses or individuals or the content of their websites or services. SPPG does not assume any responsibility or liability for the actions, product, and content of all these and any other third parties. The User should carefully review their privacy statements and other conditions of use. 11. FURTHER AGREEMENTS In addition to these Terms & Conditions of Use, the access and/or use of specific aspects of the Portal, Services and/or the Content may be subject to additional terms and conditions that SPPG may prescribe. Access and/or use of additional services of SPPG’s Affiliates or other third parties may be provided through the Portal and/or Services under separate agreements with SPPG’s Affiliates or such other third parties where necessary. Such agreements shall strictly be between the User and such SPPG’s Affiliates or other third parties. Under no circumstances shall it be construed that, in the case of the User’s access to and use of the additional services of SPPG’s Affiliates or any third party, SPPG is a party to any transaction, if any, between the User and such Affiliate or third party, or that SPPG endorses, sponsors, certifies or is involved in the provision of such additional services through the Portal and/or Services. 12. DISCLAIMERS Certain links on the Portal, Content and/or Services may lead to websites or social media channels or apps not operated by or under the control of SPPG or its Affiliates. The User shall access such websites, social media channels or apps at their own risk and SPPG accepts no responsibility or liability for any damage caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of the material or functions contained on those websites, social media channels or app. Some parts of the Portal, Content and/or Services may contain advertising and/or other materials submitted by third parties. SPPG shall not be responsible for any error, omission or inaccuracy in any such advertising or such other materials. Any links to other websites, social media channels, apps or any advertising and/or materials submitted by third parties shall not be considered to be referrals or endorsements of such websites, social media channels, apps, advertising and/or materials and the links are provided purely for convenience or for informational purposes. The User agrees that the access to and/or use of such linked websites, social media channels, apps or advertising and/or materials submitted by third parties is entirely at the User’s own risk. The Portal, Services and the Content are provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis. To the fullest extent permitted by law, SPPG makes no and expressly disclaims all representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied or statutory, including without limitation to warranties of accuracy, adequacy, completeness, timeliness, merchantability, currency, reliability, satisfactory quality, fitness for a general or particular purpose, title, non-infringement of third party rights and authenticity of any material or claim, continued available or compatibility with any other equipment or other software, and to any implied warranty arising from the course of dealing or usage or trade. The Content is only for general information or use. They do not constitute advice and should not be relied upon in making (or refraining from making) any decision. No oral advice or written information given through the Portal and/or the Services or by SPPG or its officers, directors, employees, agents, third party service providers or third party content providers shall create a warranty nor shall the User rely on any such information or advice. SPPG does not warrant that the Portal, Content and/or the Services provided will meet all or any of the User's requirements. In particular, SPPG does not warrant that the Portal, Content and/or the Services will always be available, accessible, complete, uninterrupted, timely, secure or error free. Further, SPPG makes no warranty that the Portal, Content and/or Services are free from Malware or defects which may affect the Portal, Content and/or Services generally. SPPG shall in no event be liable to the User if the User does not have a device which is compatible with the software of the Portal. SPPG reserves the right not to permit the User to access and/or use the Portal, Services and/or Content should the Portal be incompatible with the User’s device. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg To the fullest extent permitted by law, SPPG shall not, in any event, be liable to the User or any other party for any damages, losses, expenses, penalties or costs whatsoever (including without limitation, any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, loss of profits or loss opportunity) arising in connection with the User's use of the Portal, Content and/or Services, or the User’s reliance on any Content and/or Services, regardless of the form of action and even if SPPG had been advised as to the possibility of such damages. Without prejudice to Paragraph 6 of this clause, should any liability be attributed to SPPG, SPPG’s Affiliates, and SPPG’s respective directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors and licensors, the total liability shall not exceed in aggregate the sum of S$200,000. 13. INDEMNIFICATION The User hereby agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless SPPG and its Affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, third party service providers, third party content providers and licensors (“SPPG Indemnitees”) from and against all damages, claims, expenses, penalties and costs (including indemnification of legal costs on a full indemnity basis arising out of the User's use of the Portal, Content and/or the Services) suffered or incurred by SPPG Indemnitees in connection with or arising from (1) the User's access and/or use, or the User’s purported access and/or use of the Portal, Content and/or Services;(2) the User's breach or purported breach of any of these Terms & Conditions of Use; (3) the enforcement of SPPG’s rights under these Terms & Conditions of Use or in acting upon any instructions which the User may give in relation to the Portal, Content and/or Services; or (4) any negligence, fraud and/or misconduct on the User’s part. 14. TERMINATION The User may terminate these Terms & Conditions of Use by giving 30 days’ written notice to SPPG. SPPG shall be entitled to terminate the provision of the Services to the User immediately upon a breach by the User of any of the terms of these Terms & Conditions of Use with or without prior written notice. In the absence of such breach, SPPG may terminate the provision of the Portal, Services and/or Content to the User at any time in writing. For the avoidance of doubt, the User may not evade any legal proceedings or investigations by cancelling the User’s E-Account with SPPG or if the E-Account is terminated by SPPG. The User will remain liable for all obligations related to the User’s E-Account even after the E-Account is cancelled or terminated. Failure to comply with these Terms & Conditions of Use constitutes a material breach and may result in SPPG taking all or any of the following actions: (i) immediate, temporary or permanent withdrawal of the User’s right to use the Portal, Content or Services; (ii) immediate, temporary or permanent removal of any material uploaded by the User to the Portal; (iii) issuance of a warning to the User; (iv) legal proceedings against the User for reimbursement of all costs on an indemnity basis (including, but not limited to, reasonable administrative and legal costs) resulting from the breach; (v) further legal action against the User; and/or (vi) disclosure of such information to law enforcement authorities as SPPG reasonably feel is necessary. SPPG will determine, in its reasonable discretion, whether there has been a breach of these Terms & Conditions of Use through the User’s use of the Portal and/or the Services. When a breach of these Terms & Conditions of Use has occurred, SPPG may take such action as it deems appropriate. SPPG has the right to disable the access of any User at any time, if in its reasonable opinion the User has failed to comply with any of the provisions of these Terms & Conditions of Use. SPPG will notify the User of any suspension or restriction of the User’s E-Account and of the reasons for such suspension or restriction as soon as SPPG can, unless notifying the User would be unlawful or would compromise SPPG’s reasonable security interests. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg SPPG excludes liability for actions taken in response to breaches of these Terms & Conditions of Use. The responses described in these Terms & Conditions of User are not limited, and SPPG may take any other action that it reasonably deems appropriate. 15. APP POLICIES, MODIFICATION, AND SEVERABILITY Please review our other policies, such as the SP Group Personal Data Protection Policy (https://www.spgroup.com.sg/personal-data-protection-policy) which may be updated and/or amended from time to time, which shall be deemed to be incorporated into these Terms & Conditions of Use. By using the Portal and/or the Services, the User agrees that all Personal Data of the User may be collected, used and disclosed by SPPG, its Affiliates and partners in accordance with SP Group Personal Data Protection Policy, as may be updated and/or amended from time to time. In addition to and without prejudice to any other consent which the User provides to SPPG from time to time (for example through the SP Group Personal Data Protection Policy), the User hereby authorises and consents to SPPG, its Affiliates and partners to collect, use and disclose the Personal Data of the User for the following purposes: a. To provide the User with access to and use of the Portal and/or Services; b. To process payments and all other matters in connection with the Portal and/or Services; c. To communicate with the User; d. To update SPPG’s records and to maintain the User’s E-Account; e. To verify the identity and authority of the User; f. To develop new services and products; and g. To carry out analytics, research, planning and statistical assessment. SPPG reserves the right to make such changes to these Terms & Conditions of Use as SPPG may in its discretion deem fit from time to time. SPPG will notify the User of such amendments by posting the changes on the Portal or such other method of notification as may be designated by SPPG (such as via email or other forms of electronic communications), which the User agrees shall be sufficient notice for the purposes of this paragraph. If the User does not agree to be bound by the changes to these Terms & Conditions of Use, the User shall immediately cease all access and/or use of the Portal and Services. The User further agrees that if he/she continues to use and/or access the Portal, Content and/or Services after being notified of such changes to these Terms & Conditions of Use, such use and/or access shall constitute an affirmative: (i) acknowledgement by the User of these Terms & Conditions of Use and its changes; and (ii) agreement by the User to abide and be bound by these Terms &Conditions of Use and its changes. Where any of part these Terms & Conditions of Use is deemed to be invalid, void, illegal or unenforceable, the legality, validity and enforceability of the remaining parts of these Terms & Conditions of Use shall not be affected or impaired thereby and shall continue in force as if such invalid, void, illegal or unenforceable part of these Terms & Conditions of Use was severed from these Terms & Conditions of Use. 16. REVISIONS The Content are subject to change (including, without limitation, modification, deletion or replacement thereof) from time to time at the sole discretion of SPPG and without notice the User. SPPG may upgrade, modify, alter, suspend, discontinue the provision of or remove, whether in whole or in part, this Portal, the Content and/or the Services at any time without notice and without assigning any reason therefore. SPPG shall not be liable if any such upgrade, modification, suspension or alteration prevents the User from accessing this Portal, Content and/or the Services or any part thereof. 17. MISCELLANEOUS The User may not assign any of his/her rights under these Terms & Conditions of Use without SPPG’s prior written consent. SPPG may assign its rights under these Terms & Conditions of Use to any of its Affiliates or any third party. No failure or delay to exercise SPPG’s rights under these Terms & Conditions of Use shall operate as a waiver thereof nor shall such failure or delay affect the right to enforce SPPG rights under these Terms & Conditions of Use. SP Group 2 Kallang Sector, Singapore 349277, Tel: +65 6916 8888, www.spgroup.com.sg A person or entity who is not a party to these Terms & Conditions of Use (other than SPPG’s Affiliates) shall have no right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act (Chapter 53B of Singapore) or any similar legislation in any jurisdiction to enforce any term of these Terms & Conditions of Use. Without prejudice to the generality of the above, SPPG’s right to vary, amend or rescind these Terms & Conditions of Use in accordance with these Terms & Conditions of Use may be exercised without the consent of any person or entity who is not a party to these Terms & Conditions of Use. User agrees and acknowledges that these Terms & Conditions of Use and the Services do not include the provision of Internet access or other telecommunication services by SPPG. 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committed to creating greater value for our customers and empowering the future of energy together.” The past year has been a test of resilience, agility and unity. Reflecting on SP Group’s performance, it has been a remarkable year on several counts. Despite unprecedented challenges and constraints posed by the pandemic, supply chain disruptions and a labour crunch, we concluded the year with a record electricity supply interruption performance, exceeded targets for gas operations and workplace safety, and attained an all-time high employee engagement. As a provider of essential energy services, SP Group has been steadfast in ensuring reliable and secure supply of electricity and gas for our customers, amidst change and transformation around us. With the gradual easing of safe management measures, we have doubled our efforts in asset maintenance and renewal works to ensure long-term network reliability. Recognising climate change imperatives, we have stepped up efforts in developing sustainable energy solutions. We have expanded our low-carbon footprint in Singapore and overseas, providing energy solutions through district cooling, electromobility and renewable energy investments. The difficult operating environment has not deterred us from continued investment in building capabilities as we pursue technology, people development and process innovation, and maintain a strong financial position to meet future needs. MANAGING RELIABLE NETWORKS Our teams work round the clock to run robust operations of the grid, delivering reliable power and gas supply to more than 1.6 million commercial, industrial and residential customers in Singapore. - 2 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 Efforts spanning asset planning, renewal and maintenance have contributed to a record network reliability performance. On average last year, a customer experienced a record low 6.6 seconds of electricity interruption and 11.9 seconds of gas interruption. In the past year, we completed 18 renewal projects, and replaced 140km of cables, 263 transformers and 1,044 switchgear panels in our electricity distribution infrastructure. We invest in infrastructure and technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. This enables us to conduct comprehensive real-time monitoring, trend analysis and diagnostics so as to predict and manage future network problems before they occur. Forty critical distribution substations have been installed with online condition monitoring equipment, with another 99 more in the pipeline. In anticipation of growth in electricity demand, electrification and renewable and distributed energy deployment, there is a need for a - 3 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 high-fidelity digital replica of Singapore’s future electricity grid. SP is developing a Grid Digital Twin, an innovative in-house creation to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling, simulations, condition monitoring and asset health analysis. We draw on up-to-date information from over 12,000 substations across our entire electricity network. As part of our gas asset renewal and maintenance programme, we concluded an open tank inspection for a gas holder and successfully completed the renewal of two town gas offtake stations. Another seven stations are scheduled for completion in the next three years. Our Technical Officer performing condition monitoring of our electricity asset We carried out projects to lay more than 70km of durable polyethylene pipes to replace ageing ductile iron pipelines, thereby reducing the risk of gas leakage. Another key milestone was the completion of the in-line inspection operations for a subsea gas pipeline connecting Indonesia to Singapore to ensure integrity of the pipeline. We have adopted new technologies such as the implementation of a new gas enterprise asset management system. These initiatives will optimise operational effectiveness and enable us to better assess the condition of our assets in order to facilitate timely replacement and minimise unplanned interruption. SP is driving the national rollout of smart meters to help customers optimise their energy efficiency. We have installed 648,000 advanced electricity meters for businesses and households. Under the project awarded by PUB in 2021 to supply, install and manage smart water meters, we are making steady progress in rolling out 309,100 smart water meters under the first phase of PUB’s Smart Water Meter Programme. With these meters, commercial and residential customers can track their electricity and water consumption, better understand their usage patterns and achieve better efficiency. - 4 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 UPHOLDING SAFETY STANDARDS We carried out projects to lay more than 70km of durable polyethylene pipes to replace ageing ductile iron pipelines, thereby reducing the risk of gas leakage. Another key milestone was the completion of the in-line inspection operations for a subsea gas pipeline connecting Indonesia to Singapore to ensure integrity of the pipeline. We have adopted new technologies such as the implementation of a new gas enterprise asset management system. These initiatives will optimise operational effectiveness and enable us to better assess the condition of our assets in order to facilitate timely replacement and minimise unplanned interruption. SP is driving the national rollout of smart meters to help customers optimise their energy efficiency. We have installed 648,000 advanced electricity meters for businesses and households. Under the project awarded by PUB in 2021 to supply, install and manage smart water meters, we are making steady progress in rolling out 309,100 smart water meters under the first phase of PUB’s Smart Water Meter Programme. With these meters, commercial and residential customers can track their electricity and water consumption, better understand their usage patterns and achieve better efficiency. ACHIEVING STRONG FINANCIAL OUTLOOK As with all industries and markets around the world, we have grappled with a challenging and rapidly changing external environment. Despite this, SP has delivered another year of solid financial performance, staying the course in achieving our Strategy 2030 launched two years ago. For the year ended 31 March 2022, the Group recorded a Net Profit After Tax of S$2 billion after a one-time gain of S$1.1 billion (net of tax) due to the divestment of our stake in our investment in AusNet Services, to Brookfields Group. Including a special dividend of S$2 billion arising from the divestment, we will be declaring a record dividend of S$2.47 billion in the next financial year. Moody’s has raised the long-term credit ratings of Singapore Power, SP PowerAssets and SP Group Treasury from Aa2 to Aa1. Together with the upgrade by S&P in July 2021, SP Group is now rated Aa1 by Moody’s and AA+ by S&P. This signals the strong financial position of the SP Group. The updated ratings also represent the highest credit ratings that SP Group has achieved since 2003. - 5 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 TOWARDS A LOW CARBON, SMART ENERGY FUTURE We develop and invest in solutions to enable the integration of more renewable energy sources in Singapore’s energy mix. We are accelerating the development of greener buildings and cities to achieve Singapore’s ambitious sustainability targets. outcomes captured under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 7 and 9 which are to ensure access to affordable, clean and sustainable energy for all, build reliable infrastructure, promote inclusion and industrialisation, and foster innovation. In our Sustainability Review, we outline progress in our Strategy 2030, with initiatives and SP is the largest district cooling solutions provider in Singapore. In the past year, we welcomed five - 6 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 new upcoming developments to our flagship Marina Bay network, expanding our district cooling services to a total of 28 buildings that will benefit from our energy-efficient cooling services by 2026. This will help reduce almost 20,000 tonnes of carbon emissions annually, equivalent to removing 17,672 cars off our roads. SP continues to make progress with the expansion of our district cooling solutions to residential areas including Tampines and the upcoming Tengah housing estate by 2023. We are building Singapore’s largest industrial district cooling system that will serve ST Microelectronics (ST) at its Ang Mo Kio Technopark premises. Built in partnership with Daikin, it will have a cooling capacity of up to 36,000 refrigerant tonnes (RT), reaping 20 per cent savings in cooling-related electricity consumption for ST annually. When operational in 2025, the system will enable ST to reduce carbon emissions by up to 120,000 tonnes a year at the premises, equivalent to taking 109,090 cars off the road. Tampines will be Singapore’s first town centre to be retrofitted with SP’s cooling solution. Seven buildings will be plugged into SP’s distributed district cooling network, which is specially engineered for brownfield developments. The network will be completed and operational in 2025. In collaboration with the Housing and Development Board, we are progressing well in developing Singapore’s first residential centralised - 7 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 cooling system for up to 22,000 households at the upcoming Tengah housing estate by 2023. As at 31 May 2022, there are 7,616 households – 90 per cent of units allocated – that have opted for SP’s centralised cooling solution. When these projects are completed, SP will be operating a total of 158,200 RT of cooling capacity, reinforcing SP’s position as the largest provider of district cooling solutions in Singapore. SP is the operator of Singapore's largest public high-speed EV charging network. SP is making strides in decarbonising Singapore’s transportation system. To accelerate our nation’s transition to electric mobility, we are building an extensive and highly accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging network across Singapore. With 525 EV charging points at over 100 locations as at 31 May 2022, SP is the operator of Singapore's largest public high-speed EV charging network. A first in Southeast Asia, SP rolled out a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology trial in 2021 to test and verify the possibility of tapping energy stored in EVs. This is to enhance grid reliability in order to support more than 600,000 vehicles when Singapore phases out internal combustion engine vehicles by 2040. - 8 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 A first in Southeast Asia, SP rolled out the vehicle-to-grid technology trial to enhance grid reliability as Singapore phases out internal combustion engine vehicles. We are partnering Sembcorp Industries and Sarawak Energy to undertake a feasibility study for the development of cross-border transmission infrastructure for power exchange between Sarawak and Singapore. SP is deploying expertise in renewable energy solutions across several industrial and commercial properties. Last year, we deepened our partnership with Sembcorp Marine to deploy 4 MWp of solar energy across seven rooftops at the Tuas Boulevard Yard. With the additional rooftop solar installation, the yard’s solar power capacity of 8.5 MWp will deliver up to 10,400 MWh of electricity annually – enough to power more than 2,300 four-room flats per year. The solar energy generated will be integrated and optimised via SP’s Green Energy Tech (GETTM) to provide intelligent and reliable energy management to realise significant energy savings. With solutions like GET TenantCare, a smart and automated tenant sub-metering solution powered by SP Digital’s advanced metering infrastructure, we are empowering commercial customers, building owners and landlords to manage tenant utilities consumption efficiently. To date, 31 buildings, including Tampines Town Council, Defence Science and Technology Agency and Mercatus Co-operative Limited (Mercatus), are onboard the GET programme. Mercatus will deploy SP’s GET solutions and more than 700 smart electricity meters at three of its properties, namely AMK Hub, One Marina Boulevard and Jurong Point. Our suite of digital - 9 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 solutions will help building owners enhance their operational efficiency, allowing them to deliver greater value to their tenants while advancing their own sustainability agenda. The SP app is a key enabler for our sustainable energy solutions to be accessible and convenient for consumers. As at 31 May 2022, the app has been downloaded 1.58 million times. Users benefit from tools, developed by SP Digital, that shape green lifestyle practices. Ground-up initiatives like GreenUp encourage users to take up sustainable and practical challenges and earn rewards. LEADING IN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS IN ASIA PACIFIC SP will deploy district cooling and heating, smart metering, energy management and monitoring solutions to transform the city of Wuhou to a smart eco-district. With our established track record in Singapore, there is growing demand for SP’s expertise in sustainable energy solutions in regional markets. In China, SP is partnering the Wuhou district, to transform the largest of five city centre districts in Chengdu, to a smart eco-district. SP will deploy district cooling and heating, smart metering, energy management and monitoring solutions to accelerate the city’s urban renewal masterplan. The project is a testament of SP’s expertise and capabilities in these low-carbon, smart energy solutions. Also underway are distributed solar projects in Shandong and Sichuan provinces. In Vietnam, we established our presence in Ho Chi Minh City and entered into a joint venture with Bamboo Capital Group Energy to develop 500MWp of rooftop solar assets power for - 10 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 commercial and industrial customers. The joint venture has been welcomed by the market, as evidenced by the agreement with Vinamilk – Vietnam’s largest dairy company – for us to install rooftop solar across its nine factories and seven farms. We have inked a memorandum of understanding with Banpu NEXT to develop sustainable energy solutions in Thailand including district cooling, cross-border renewable energy certificates platform and distributed solar projects. EMPOWERING OUR PEOPLE We believe an engaged workforce is one where people are valued and equipped to contribute optimally. Notwithstanding the challenges of working with pandemic restrictions, our all-time high Employee Engagement Survey score of 87 per cent gives confidence of the strong commitment of our workforce to Strategy 2030 and our brand position of empowering the future of energy. We concluded four Collective Agreements with the Union of Power and Gas Employees. Various enhancements have been introduced including salary ranges, medical subsidies, and benefits to promote health, fitness and family bonding. As we develop the capabilities of our people and equip them for transformation in the energy landscape, we invested S$8 million and a total of 179,000 training hours last year. SP appointed seven senior engineers as Technical Experts to groom the next generation of engineers in emerging areas such as High-Pressure Gas Engineering, Condition Monitoring and Power Quality. - 11 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 To deepen engineering knowledge and capabilities, we have introduced a Technical Expert development scheme and appointed seven senior engineers as our initial batch of Technical Experts. Backed by their wealth of knowledge and experience, they are mentors in grooming the next generation of engineers in emerging areas such as High-Pressure Gas Engineering, Condition Monitoring and Power Quality. With growing concerns about mental well-being, we have introduced a holistic series of initiatives under SP’s Workplace Health Programme for our 3,600 strong workforce. An Employee Assistance Programme was set up to offer a counselling channel to help staff deal with personal and work-related issues. Close to 100 of our staff have been trained as Care Ambassadors to render peer support and provide relevant assistance to colleagues who wish to seek professional help. SUPPORTING VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES SP has donated S$1.35 million to the Institute of Technical Education to set up the SP Group Engineering Study Award. We have remained steadfast in giving back to the community, through staff volunteerism, philanthropy and skills-based contributions. Last year, SP’s corporate social responsibility contributions totalled S$4.5 million in donations, sponsorships and volunteer manpower. In our annual SP Power Packs Charity Drive, we have committed a record high S$1.1 million to benefit 10,000 families, many of whom are seniors from low-income household. This five-fold increase from previous years enables us to provide more vulnerable families with essentials and care kits to guard against the pandemic. - 12 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE 2022 SP has extended support to youth by donating S$1.35 million to the Institute of Technical Education to set up the SP Group Engineering Study Award. The funds will provide monthly financial support to 450 engineering school students from low-income families over the next three years. Since the launch of SP Kids at Heart in July 2021, SP Heart Workers – our staff volunteers – have put in time and effort to pack and deliver learning resources to pre-schoolers from low-income families, as part of our ongoing support to KidSTART. With the support of our business associates and the public, we raised S$1.8 million for the SP Heartware Fund towards programmes for seniors and pre-schoolers last year, making it a total of S$18 million since 2005. United in Singapore’s pandemic defence, our team of call agents doubled up as Home Recovery Buddies at MOH’s Case Management Contact Centre, to support those who have tested positive for COVID-19. Our call centre has also served as the public hotline for Temasek Foundation’s Stay Prepared initiatives and handled more than 180,000 phone calls during the provision of free face masks, hand sanitiser, oximeters and mouth gargle to all households in Singapore. IN APPRECIATION I would like to record my appreciation to Mr Ng Kwan Meng, who retired from the Board on 29 July 2022, for his invaluable contributions. I welcome Prof Yaacob bin Ibrahim who joined the Board in September 2021. I am also grateful to all Board members for your guidance and counsel. On behalf of the Board, I would like to express my appreciation to the management and staff for your unwavering efforts, pivoting to seize new opportunities for growth and transformation. I thank our shareholder, business partners, union and regulator for their close collaboration and continuous support. As we rise above the challenges of the past two years and embrace new opportunities, the future remains uncertain. However, I believe that with the strong partnership forged with our stakeholders, we will remain committed to creating greater value for our customers and empowering the future of energy together. Mohd Hassan Marican Chairman August 2022 - 13 - SP GROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2022 Microsoft Word - Info+T_C+for+the+Use+of+SPSRM+System_v2https://www.spgroup.com.sg/dam/spgroup/pdf/about-us/procurement/t-c-for-the-use-of-spsrm-system.pdf TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 Contents 1 Definitions .................................................................................................................................................................... 3 2 Singapore Power Supplier Relationship Management System (SPSRM)............................................. 5 3 Security, Access and Use of SPSRM .................................................................................................................. 6 4 Representations and Warranties ........................................................................................................................ 9 5 Service of Notices Under the Agreement ...................................................................................................... 9 6 Off-line Communication .......................................................................................................................................11 7 Evidence and Validity .............................................................................................................................................11 8. Formation of Contract through SPSRM ...........................................................................................................11 9 Calling of Tender (“COT”) .................................................................................................................................... 12 10 Term Contracts ...................................................................................................................................................... 12 11 Request for Quotation (“RFQ”)........................................................................................................................... 12 12 Termination of Agreement ................................................................................................................................13 13 Revocation of Authorisation of Supplier’s Representative ..................................................................... 15 14 Liability and Indemnity ........................................................................................................................................ 15 15 Confidentiality ........................................................................................................................................................ 17 16 Intellectual Property Rights ................................................................................................................................ 17 17 Waiver ...................................................................................................................................................................... 18 18 Independent Parties ............................................................................................................................................ 18 19 Assignment ............................................................................................................................................................. 18 20 Severance .............................................................................................................................................................. 18 21 Applicable Law and Jurisdiction ..................................................................................................................... 18 22 Variation of Agreement .................................................................................................................................... 19 23 Application ............................................................................................................................................................ 19 24 Third Party Rights ................................................................................................................................................. 19 25 Mediation ............................................................................................................................................................... 19 Page 2 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR USE OF SP SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) 1 Definitions 1.1 For the purposes of this document, the following expressions shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them except where the context otherwise requires: "Agreement" means this Agreement on the Terms and Conditions for use of the SPSRM as amended by SP from time to time. “Authentication Device” means any or any combination of Login ID, password, electronic device with encoded electronic strip and/or chip, digital signature or such other device, method, item or machine prescribed by SP for access and/or use of SPSRM or any part thereof by the Supplier. “Certification Authority” shall have the same meaning as in the Electronic Transactions Act. “Contract(s)” shall unless otherwise specified in this Agreement refer to Contract(s) concluded by Parties through SPSRM. “Contractor” means the person or persons or firm which has a Contract and/or Term Contract with SP, and includes the Contractor’s duly appointed representatives, successors at law and permitted assigns. Where there are references to “Contractor” in SPSRM, this shall be read as referring to “Supplier”. “Designated Place” means the Website Page(s) designated by SP from time to time for the purpose of the Supplier accessing and viewing information transmitted by SP through SPSRM. “Digital Signature” shall have the same meaning as in the Electronic Transactions Act. "SPSRM" means SP Supplier Relationship Management system, a structured electronic system operated by SP via the Internet which facilitates the procurement of goods and/or services by SP through electronic means. "Message(s)" means data structured in accordance with SPSRM and the Website and transmitted electronically through SPSRM between the Parties and/or generated by SPSRM, including where the context admits any part of such data. “Party” means either SP or the Supplier and “Parties” mean both SP and the Supplier. Page 3 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 “Term Contract” means a binding contract between SP and the Supplier for the provision of specified goods and/or services on pre-agreed terms over a fixed period. The Term Contract represents a standing offer by the Supplier to provide the specified goods and/or services to SP on the pre-agreed terms as and when SP issues a Purchase Order to the Supplier for the purchase of the specified goods and/or services. When SP issues a Purchase Order for the purchase of the specified goods and/or services, the resulting contract between SP and the Supplier shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the Term Contract. “Purchase Order” means an order from SP for the purchase of goods and/or services pursuant to a Term Contract in accordance with Clause 10 below, as the case may be. “Representative” means any person authorised by the Supplier in accordance with this Agreement to access and use SPSRM on the Supplier’s behalf. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement, any person who uses and/or enters the correct Authentication Device as prescribed by SP shall be deemed to be a Representative of the Supplier. “Request to Quote” is defined in Clause 11.2. “SP” means Singapore Power Limited and any company that is fully or partially owned by Singapore Power Limited, whether beneficially or otherwise or under its management or control, including all its subsidiaries, affiliates and related companies. “Supplier” means any person who has applied for and granted by SP the right to access and use SPSRM upon the terms and conditions of this Agreement and shall, where the context so admits, include its Representatives. "Website" means the Internet web site of SPSRM maintained by the SP and shall include but not limited to all its pages and all information, text, forms, items, images, links, sound and graphics displayed therein. 1.2 Words importing the singular include the plural and vice versa. 1.3 The headings are for convenient reference only and shall not affect the interpretation of this interpretation. 1.4 Words importing a gender include any other gender. 1.5 A reference to a person includes individuals, partnerships and other bodies, whether corporate or otherwise. Page 4 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 1.6 Any reference to any statute or legislation shall be deemed to be a reference to such statute or legislation as amended from time to time and be deemed to include any subsidiary legislation made thereunder. 1.7 All references to date and time in this Agreement or pursuant to this Agreement (including but not limited to the date and time of delivery of Messages) shall be Singapore date and time. 2 Singapore Power Supplier Relationship Management System (SPSRM) 2.1 SP agrees to grant the Supplier the right to access and use SPSRM on the terms set out herein and such other terms as may be amended by SP from time to time. 2.2 The Supplier agrees to fully comply with and observe all the terms of this Agreement. Without prejudice to the foregoing, the Supplier agrees not to transmit any Message or make any communication to SP under this Agreement which is in any way inconsistent with or derogates from the terms of this Agreement. The Supplier further agrees that if any such Message or communication contains or includes anything which is inconsistent with or derogates from the terms of this Agreement, SP shall be entitled to treat and act on such Message or communication as if it did not contain or include any such inconsistency or derogation and such inconsistency or derogation shall not have any legal effect. 2.3 Where any Contract has been concluded between SP and the Supplier, Parties agree that the terms of this Agreement shall be subject to the terms of the Contract and any inconsistency shall be resolved in favour of the Contract. 2.4 Where SP procures or seeks to procure any goods and/or services from the Trading Partner through SPSRM, Parties agree that, subject to Clause 2.3, the terms of any resulting Contract between SP and the Supplier for the purchase and supply of the specified goods and/or services shall be subject to the terms of this Agreement and any inconsistency between this Agreement and the Contract shall be resolved in favour of the Contract. 2.5 Parties agree that subject to Clause 2.3, the form and contents of Messages shall be subject to this Agreement and any inconsistency between any Message and this Agreement shall be resolved in favour of this Agreement. 2.6 Parties further agree that subject to Clause 2.4 the form and contents of Messages transmitted pursuant to Contracts concluded through SPSRM shall be subject to such Contracts and any inconsistency shall be resolved in favour of such Contracts. Page 5 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 2.7 Where a Message contains any document as an attachment, Parties agree that subject to Clause 2.5 and 2.6, the contents of the attachment shall be subject to the form and contents of the Message and any inconsistency shall be resolved in favour of the Message. 2.8 The Parties agree that, unless otherwise specified in this Agreement or by SP, all transactions pertaining to the formation of contracts between the Parties for the procurement of goods and/or services by SP shall only be conducted through SPSRM by transmission of Messages. 2.9 In the event that SPSRM is unavailable due to reasons solely attributable to the operations of SPSRM and is likely to remain so for a reasonable period of time (which shall be determined solely at the discretion of SP), SP shall notify the Supplier of the unavailability of SPSRM by posting a notice on the Website (which shall constitute sufficient notice to the Trading Partner). In such an event, the Parties may transact with each other in writing through conventional means if SP expressly specifies in its notice that the Parties may do so. However, once SPSRM becomes available, the Parties shall immediately revert to transacting with each other through SPSRM. 3 Security, Access and Use of SPSRM 3.1 The Supplier shall access and use SPSRM in the manner and with the use of such Authentication Device as are or as may be prescribed by SP from time to time. 3.2 SP reserves the right to prescribe different Authentication Devices for accessing and/or using SPSRM or any part thereof, including but not limited to prescribing different Authentication Device(s) for accessing and/or using different parts of SPSRM. SP also reserves the right to vary, from time to time, the Authentication Device(s) and/or the manner of accessing and/or using SPSRM or any part thereof. SP will inform the Supplier by posting a notice on the Website of any change(s) in the Authentication Device(s) and/or the manner of accessing and/or using SPSRM or any part thereof and such posting notice shall constitute sufficient notice to the Supplier. It shall be the sole duty of the Supplier to check the Website for any such change(s). SP shall be under no obligation to furnish any reason for actions or decisions taken under Clause 3.2. 3.3 Without prejudice to Clause 3.2, SP reserves the right to prescribe password(s) and Login ID(s) for the Supplier and its Representatives as well as any combination and/or sequence of letters and/or numerals for the password(s) and Login ID(s). SP shall also have the right to amend such password(s) and Login ID(s) from time to time upon giving the Supplier at least 2 weeks’ notice. SP shall be under no obligation to furnish any reason for actions or decisions taken under Clause 3.3. Page 6 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 3.3 SP shall be entitled to deactivate or revoke: a. passwords and/or Login IDs of the Supplier and its Representatives upon termination of this Agreement; b. passwords and/or Login IDs of Representatives whose authorisation has been revoked; and c. passwords and/or Login IDs which SP knows or suspects to have been compromised. 3.4 The Supplier shall authorise Representative(s) to access and use SPSRM on its behalf. The Supplier shall notify SP in writing of its Representative(s) in the form and manner prescribed by SP from time to time. The Supplier’s Representative(s) shall not be allowed to access and use SPSRM on the Supplier’s behalf until the SP activates the account(s) of the Representative(s) in SPSRM and gives written notice to the Supplier of the same. The effective date of the activation of the account(s) of the Supplier’s Representative(s) shall be the date of SP’s written notice. 3.5 The Supplier shall also immediately notify SP in writing in the form and manner prescribed by SP from time to time of any changes in its particulars or the particulars of its Representative(s). SP shall make the necessary changes in SPSRM and give written notice to the Supplier of the same. The changes shall only take effect on the date of SP’s written notice to the Supplier. The Supplier’s Representative may make changes to his own particulars in SPSRM and the changes shall take effect immediately upon execution of the changes in SPSRM by the Representative. 3.6 The actions, failures, omissions and defaults of the Supplier’s Representative(s) shall be constructed and be given legal effect as if they are the actions, failures, omissions and defaults of the Supplier and the Supplier shall be fully responsible for all such matters. 3.7 The Supplier shall do all things necessary to preserve and maintain the integrity and security of SPSRM, including but not limited to ensuring that there is no unauthorised access and/or use of SPSRM or any Authentication Device and that the Authentication Devices are treated with extreme care and are available to and used by only its authorised Representatives. Each Authentication Device is issued to a specific individual authorised Representative of the Trading Partner and it shall remain confidential and shall not be shared with any other person. 3.8 The Supplier shall ensure that all Messages transmitted by it or its Representative(s) are duly authorised. The Supplier shall in any event be fully responsible for all Messages transmitted by it or by its Representatives(s). 3.9 The Supplier agrees, after taking into account all relevant factors, that the security procedure for SPSRM constitutes a commercially reasonable security procedure. Page 7 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 3.10 The Supplier agrees that SP is entitled to rely on the correct use and/or entry of the prescribed Authentication Device(s) by the Supplier or its Representative(s) as conclusive evidence of the authenticity of the Message and the authority of the originator of such Message. 3.11 Subject to SP’s obligation only to verify that Messages were transmitted by the Supplier or its Representative(s) using the appropriate Authentication Device prescribed by SP, SP shall be entitled to rely on Messages and the Supplier shall be bound by them. 3.12 SP shall be entitled to prescribe such codes and abbreviations for use in SPSRM and may delete, amend or make additions to such codes and abbreviations from time to time. The codes and abbreviations used in SPSRM shall be set out and explained in the Website. 3.13 The Supplier shall provide its own facilities (including but not limited to computer terminals, modem, software, hardware, systems, subscription to services of Certification Authority, subscription to the services of Internet Service Provider and telecommunications facilities) for accessing and using SPSRM and shall be fully responsible for ensuring that such facilities are adequate, suitable, compatible and appropriate for the purposes of accessing and using SPSRM in accordance with this Agreement. 3.14 Where the prescribed Authentication Device is a Digital Signature, the Supplier shall subscribe to public certification services provided by the Certification Authority prescribed by the SP. The Supplier shall fully comply with the directions, instructions and/or requirements of SP and/or the Certification Authority in relation to use of the Authentication Device. 3.15 SP may from time to time upgrade, alter or modify SPSRM or any part thereof. SP will inform the Supplier by posting a notice on the Website of any change(s) in SPSRM and/or any hardware, software or other facilities required to access and/or use SPSRM and such posting notice shall constitute sufficient notice to the Supplier. It shall be the sole duty of the Supplier to check the Website for any such change(s). The Supplier shall also be solely responsible for making the necessary upgrades, alterations or modifications to its systems, hardware, software and other facilities to ensure its continued access and use of SPSRM. SP shall be under no obligation to furnish any reason for actions or decisions taken under Clause 3.16. 3.16 The Supplier shall bear all costs and expenses in relation to its access and use of SPSRM, including but not limited to the costs and expenses incurred in ensuring its continued access and use of SPSRM. Page 8 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM [SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 4 Representations and Warranties 4.1 The Supplier represents and warrants at all times as follows: a. all particulars of the Supplier and its Representatives given and to be given to SP from time to time are accurate; b. the Supplier is validly existing, not insolvent or bankrupt and has the legal capacity and power to enter into, perform and comply with its obligations under this Agreement; and c. all actions, conditions and things required to be taken, fulfilled and done in order to enable the Supplier to enter into, perform and comply with its obligations under this Agreement and to ensure that those obligations are valid, legally binding on the Trading Partner and enforceable against the Supplier have been taken, fulfilled and done. 4.2 The Supplier undertakes to ensure and hereby represents and warrants at all times that Messages and other communications sent to SP using SPSRM and/or pursuant to this Agreement are and shall be a. complete, accurate, true and correct; and b. transmitted or sent by such persons as are duly authorised by the Supplier to transmit or send the Messages and communications. 4.3 The Supplier represents and warrants at all times to be bound by all Messages and other communications transmitted or sent by the Supplier and/or its Representatives. The Supplier further agrees that SP is under no obligation to check any Messages or other communications to ascertain their completeness, veracity and accuracy. 4.4 In the event that there are any changes to the matters represented or warranted under Clause 4.1 above, the Supplier shall within one [1) working day provide written notification to the SP in the manner set out in Clause 5.1 of this Agreement. 5 Service of Notices Under the Agreement 5.1 Unless otherwise expressly provided under this Agreement, any notice which SP is required to give to the Supplier under this Agreement shall only be deemed to have been served on the Supplier if the notice is sent by a. post to the address provided by the Supplier in its SPSRM Supplier Registration Form or such other address as may be specified in writing by the Trading Partner to SP, whichever is the latest in time; b. facsimile transmission to the facsimile number provided by the Supplier in its SPSRM Supplier Registration Form or such other facsimile number as may be specified in writing by the Supplier to SP, whichever is the latest in time; or Page 9 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 c. email to the email address provided by the Supplier in its SPSRM Supplier Registration Form or such other email address as may be specified in writing by the Trading Partner to SP, whichever is the latest in time. 5.2 It shall be the duty of the Supplier to immediately notify SP of any change in its correspondence address, facsimile number and email address and those of its Representatives. 5.3 Unless otherwise expressly provided under this Agreement or unless otherwise specified by the SP pursuant to Clause 5.4, any notice which the Supplier is required to give to SP under this Agreement shall only be deemed to have been served on SP if the notice is sent by post or email to: Procurement Branch SP Group Ltd 2 Kallang Sector Singapore 349277 Email: SPSRM@spgroup.com.sg 5.4 SP may specify from time to time changes in its correspondence address or email for purposes of service of notices under this Agreement. Any such changes shall be posted on the Website and such posting shall constitute sufficient notice to the Supplier of the changes. The changes shall take effect on the date of posting of the changes on the Website. It shall be the sole duty of the Supplier to check the Website for any changes in SP’s corresponding address or facsimile number. 5.5 For the purposes of Clause 5, notices required to be served under this Agreement shall not include Messages. 5.6 Where this Agreement requires SP to serve a notice on the Supplier by posting the notice on the Website, the following shall apply: a. such posting on the Website shall constitute sufficient notice to the Supplier notwithstanding that the Supplier may not have viewed the notice; and b. the notice shall, unless otherwise specified by SP, take effect from the time of posting on the Website. Page 10 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 6 Off-line Communication 6.1 The Supplier may direct queries, comments or difficulties encountered with the access and/or use of SPSRM in the manner specified in Clauses 5.3 and 5.4 or to SP’s Internet e-mail address specified in the Website for the purposes of receiving such off-line communication. 6.2 SP may likewise conduct off-line communication with the Supplier in the manner specified in and in accordance with Clause 5.1. 6.3 Any communication under Clause 6 shall not have any legal effect between the Parties and without prejudice to the foregoing, shall not constitute a Message or evidence of any action, transaction or notice under this Agreement or any contract or performance of any contract concluded through SPSRM. 7 Evidence and Validity 7.1 Information in the form of an electronic record shall be given legal effect, validity and enforceability. 7.2 Messages transmitted and/or generated on the basis of and in accordance with this Agreement shall have, between the Parties, a comparable evidential value to that accorded to written documents. 7.3 Without prejudice to Clause 7.4, the Parties expressly accept and agree that any and all Messages transmitted through and/or generated by SPSRM are final, conclusive and binding for all purposes and shall be relevant and admissible in evidence. The Parties further expressly agree that they shall not dispute the authority, accuracy and/or authenticity of any Message (or any part thereof) on the ground that the Message is transmitted and/or generated electronically. 7.4 The Parties expressly accept that Contracts are validly formed by Message(s) transmitted through and/or generated by SPSRM, and expressly waive any right to bring any action challenging the validity of a Contract concluded between themselves solely on the ground that the Contract was concluded through SPSRM. 8. Formation of Contract through SPSRM 8.1 Unless otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, a Contract may only be formed in the manner specified in this Agreement. Page 11 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 9 Calling of Tender (“COT”) 9.1 SP may at any time invite Suppliers to submit offers in response to a COT for the supply of goods and services through SPSRM. This is referred to hereafter as electronic COT. 9.2 All electronic COTs from SP shall be issued to Suppliers through SPSRM. 9.3 A Supplier may, in response to the COT, submit its offer to SP through SPSRM within the time specified in the COT. The issuance of the Offer Message shall constitute the Supplier’s binding offer to SP. 9.4 If SP decides to accept the Supplier’s offer, it shall convey its acceptance by issuing a letter of award to the Supplier. 9.5 SP reserves the right to disregard any offers which is submitted after the time specified in the COT, regardless of whether the delay in the submission of the tender was occasioned wholly or in part by any unavailability of SPSRM, interruption in the access and/or use of SPSRM or any other factor attributable to the operations of SPSRM, except where the delay is caused solely by mishandling on the part of SP. 10 Term Contracts 10.1 Term Contracts may be concluded between Parties through SPSRM. When there is an existing Term Contract between SP and the Supplier, the Supplier shall be deemed to have made standing offers to SP for the provision of goods and/or services specified in the Term Contract for the price agreed upon in the Term Contract and in accordance with the terms of the Term Contract. 10.2 All Purchase Orders from SP for the purchase of specified goods and/or services under a Term Contract shall be issued to the Supplier through SPSRM. The e-mail constituting a Purchase Order is referred to as “Purchase Order Email”. The issuance of the Purchase Order Email(s) shall constitute SP’s acceptance of the standing offer(s) of the Supplier under the Term Contract. 11 Request for Quotation (“RFQ”) 11.1 SP may at any time invite Suppliers to submit offers in response to an RFQ for specified goods and/or services through SPSRM. For the avoidance of doubt, an RFQ is not pursuant to any existing or underlying Term Contract between the Parties and is referred to hereafter as electronic RFQ Page 12 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM [SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 11.2 All electronic RFQs from SP shall be issued to the Supplier through SPSRM. The RFQ shall not constitute an offer or acceptance by SP but shall only represent an invitation to treat from SP to the Supplier. 11.3 The Supplier may, in response to the RFQ, submit its offer to SP through SPSRM within the time specified by SP. The issuance of the offer shall constitute the Supplier’s binding offer to SP. 11.4 If SP decides to accept the Supplier’s offer, it shall convey its acceptance by issuing a Purchase Order to the Supplier via the Purchase Order Email 11.5 SP reserves the right to disregard any offer which is submitted after the time specified by SP, regardless of whether the delay in the submission of the Quote was occasioned wholly or in part by any unavailability of SPSRM, interruption in the access and/or use of SPSRM or any other factor attributable to the operations of SPSRM, except where the delay is caused solely by mishandling on the part of SP. 12 Termination of Agreement 12.1 Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement and in addition to its other rights and remedies under this Agreement or at law, SP may terminate this Agreement on the occurrence of any of the following events at any time by giving the Supplier at least one [1] working day’s notice in writing: a. if the Supplier breaches anything in this Agreement and neglects or otherwise fails to remedy such breach within seven [7) working days of being required in writing to do so by SP; b. if the Supplier become insolvents or is adjudged bankrupt, wound up or is placed under judicial management, receivership or voluntary arrangement or if a petition for bankruptcy, winding up or appointment of judicial manager has been presented against the Supplier or a resolution is passed for its winding up or if the Supplier enters into any composition or arrangement with its creditors; c. if the Supplier is convicted of fraud or corruption in or outside Singapore or of any offence under the Computer Misuse Act [Cap. 50A); or 12.2 In addition to its rights under Clause 12.1, SP may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving seven [7] working days’ notice in writing to the Supplier. 12.3 SP’s notice of termination shall be sent to the Supplier in accordance with Clause 5.1a or Clause 5.1b and the Supplier shall be deemed to have received the notice of termination on the date it is sent by SP. Page 13 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM [SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 12.4 SP shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement in accordance with Clause 12 without being liable for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation, whether direct or indirect. 12.5 Subject to Clause 12.6, the Supplier may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving seven [7) working days’ notice in writing to SP. The Supplier’s notice of termination shall not take effect except in accordance with Clause 12.8. 12.6 The Supplier shall not be entitled to terminate this Agreement if there is any existing Period Contract or Framework Agreement between SP and the Supplier which has not expired or otherwise been determined. 12.7 The Supplier’s notice of termination shall be sent to SP in accordance with Clause 5.3. 12.8 After receiving the Supplier’s notice of termination, SP shall determine the date on which the Supplier’s notice of termination shall take effect and shall notify the Supplier in accordance with Clause 5.1 of the effective date of termination of this Agreement. The date of termination of this Agreement as determined by SP shall not exceed seven (7) working days from SP’s actual receipt of the Supplier’s notice of termination. 12.9 The following consequences shall immediately follow upon notice of termination being given in accordance with this Clause 12: a. The Supplier may make new offers to SP through SPSRM any time before the termination of this Agreement. b. SP may at any time before the termination of this Agreement, accept through SPSRM any offer made by the Supplier before or after service of the notice of termination and such acceptance shall constitute a binding Contract between the Parties. 12.10 The following consequences shall immediately follow upon termination of this Agreement: a. The Parties shall not be able to transact with each other through SPSRM. b. The Supplier’s obligations under all Contracts concluded through SPSRM before the termination of this Agreement shall continue and shall not be affected in any way by the termination of this Agreement. c. The Supplier’s obligations under existing Period Contracts and Framework Agreements shall continue and shall not be affected in any way by the termination of this Agreement. d. The termination of this Agreement shall not affect any rights and liabilities accruing immediately before the date of termination. Page 14 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 13 Revocation of Authorisation of Supplier’s Representative 13.1 The revocation of the authorisation given by the Supplier to its Representative for the purposes of transacting through SPSRM on the Supplier’s behalf shall be effected in SPSRM in one of the following ways only: a. The Supplier shall notify SP in writing of the revocation of the authorisation given to its specified Authorised Representative. SP shall delete the Supplier’s Representative’s account in SPSRM and shall send a written notice to this effect to the Supplier by post, facsimile or email in accordance with Clause 5. The revocation of the authorisation of the Supplier’s Representative shall only take effect on the date of SP’s written notice; or b. The Supplier’s Representative may delete his account in SPSRM and the revocation of the authorisation of the Supplier’s Representative shall take effect immediately upon the deletion of the account. 13.2 The Supplier shall be fully responsible for the actions, failures, omissions and defaults of its Representative until the effective date of the revocation of the Representative’s authorisation. 13.3 The following consequences shall immediately follow upon the revocation of the authorisation of the Supplier’s Representative: a. The Representative shall not be allowed to access and use SPSRM on the Supplier’s behalf. b. The revocation of the Representative’s authorisation shall not in any way affect the Trading Partner’s obligations under this Agreement, Contracts concluded through SPSRM and existing Period Contracts and Framework Agreements. c. It shall be the sole duty of the Supplier to ensure that it is able to continue to access and use SPSRM and fulfill its obligations under this Agreement, all contracts concluded through SPSRM and existing Period Contracts and Framework Agreements, despite the revocation of its Representative’s authorisation. 13.4 SP shall not be liable in any way for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation, whether direct or indirect, which arise from or are referable in any way to the revocation of the authorisation of the Supplier’s Representative. 14 Liability and Indemnity 14.1 The Supplier acknowledges that there are security, corruption, transmission error and access availability risks associated with using open networks and Internet websites and hereby expressly assumes such risks. 14.2 Without prejudice to the foregoing, SP does not make any warranty or representation that the access and/or use of SPSRM or any part thereof will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, free from virus or Page 15 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 other malicious, destructive or corrupting code, programme or macro, free from transmission errors or otherwise error-free. 14.3 No warranty of any kind, implied, express or statutory, including but not limited to the warranties of non-infringement of third party rights, title, merchantability, satisfactory quality and/or fitness for a particular purpose, is given in conjunction with SPSRM. 14.4 Any hyperlink to any other website or any reference to any website, entity, product or service is not an endorsement or verification by SP of such website, entity, product or service. Any access, use or engagement of or other dealings with such website, entity, product or service shall be solely at the Supplier’s own risks. 14.5 SP shall not be liable in any way for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation, whether direct or indirect, which arise from or are referable to, regardless of the form of action, any breach of security, delay, corruption or destruction of data or systems (including due to but not limited to causes such as virus or other malicious, destructive or corrupting code, programme or macro), transmission error and unavailability of access associated with accessing and/or using SPSRM or any part thereof even if SP is advised as to the possibility. 14.6 SP shall not be liable in any way for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation, whether direct or indirect, which arise from or are referable to, regardless of the form of action, any difficulty whatsoever encountered in accessing and/or using SPSRM or any part thereof arising out of or in connection to the Supplier’s facilities (including but not limited to computer terminals, modem, software, hardware, systems, subscription to services of Certification Authority, subscription to the services of Internet Service Provider and telecommunications facilities). 14.7 SP shall not be liable in any way for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation, whether direct or indirect, which arise from or are referable to, regardless of the form of action, any difficulty whatsoever encountered by the Supplier in accessing and/or using SPSRM or any part thereof or any upgrading, modification or alteration made to SPSRM (including but not limited to changes to Authentication Devices). 14.8 The Supplier shall solely be responsible and liable and shall hold SP free of liability for the acts, failures, omissions and defaults of the Supplier and its Representatives, including but not limited to unauthorised access and/or use of SPSRM or any part thereof, unauthorised disclosure or use of any Authentication Device, access and/or use of SPSRM or any part thereof in a manner inconsistent with this Agreement, doing anything contrary to this Agreement and failing to act in accordance with this Agreement. Page 16 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 14.9 SP shall not be liable in any way, regardless of the form of action for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation, whether direct or indirect, in the event of the termination or suspension of SPSRM (whether notice is given to Supplier or not) due to events beyond SP’s control. 14.10 Without prejudice to the foregoing, SP shall not be liable, regardless of the form of action, for any damages, losses, costs, expenses, liabilities or compensation whatsoever (whether direct, indirect, special or consequential or economic loss and whether foreseeable or not) arising from or in connection with or referable to the access and/or use of SPSRM. 14.11 The Supplier hereby agrees to indemnify and hold SP harmless against all damages, losses, costs (including legal costs), expenses and liabilities suffered or incurred by the SP arising out of or referable to any claims, suits or proceedings brought against the SP by third parties arising out of or in connection to the Supplier’s and/or its Representative’s access and/or use (including but not limited to unauthorised access and/or use) of SPSRM or any part thereof. 14.12 The word “SP” in Clause 14 shall include SP’s servants and agents. 15 Confidentiality 15.1 The Supplier shall ensure that any Message (including part thereof) from SP is maintained in confidence and is not disclosed to any unauthorised person or used by the Supplier other than for the purposes to which the Message relates. Messages or any part thereof shall not be regarded as containing confidential information to the extent that such information is in the public domain. 15.2 Clause 15 shall survive the termination of this Agreement. 16 Intellectual Property Rights 16.1 The copyright in SPSRM and the Website is owned by SP or its licensors. The SPSRM and/or the Website or any part thereof shall not be reproduced, distributed, adapted, modified, republished, displayed, broadcasted, hyperlinked, framed or transmitted in any manner or by any means or stored in an information retrieval system or “mirrored” on any other server without SP’s prior written permission. 16.2 Clause 16 shall survive the termination of this Agreement. Page 17 of 19 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE USE OF SINGAPORE POWER SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SPSRM) REVISED 16 MAY 2018 17 Waiver 17.1 No waiver of any breach shall be effective unless made in writing by the Party granting such waiver and given to the other Party in accordance with Clause 5. 17.2 Unless otherwise expressly provided, the extent of any waiver granted shall be restricted to the specific breach concerned and shall not extend to any further occurrence of such breach or any other breach. 17.3 The rights and remedies provi
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Head Of Section Investigation and Prosecution Section FORM ROD (This form is to be submitted together with cable detection record within 48 hours after damage to cable had occurred) SP Group 2 Kallang Sector Singapore 349277 DID NO: 6916 5115 SP Ltd Co. Registration No.: 199406577N REPORT ON DAMAGE TO CABLE 1. Date of cable damage: _____________________________________________ 2. Date informed of the damage: _____________ Date visited site: ____________ 3. Type of cable damaged: 400kV/230kV/66kV/22kV/6.6kV/LV(M)/LV(S)/Pilot * 4. Depth of cable at point of damage: _______________________________ 5. Location of cable damage: _________________________________________ 6. Contractor: ______________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ 6.1 Particulars of machine operator: _________________________________ Name: ________________________ FIN/NRIC No.: ________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ Type of machine used: ________________________________________ Registered Excavator Operator Registration No.: _________________________ 6.2 Particulars of site engineer/supervisor: _________________________________ Name: __________________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ 7. Principal: ________________________________________________________ 8. Date cable plans obtained: __________________________________________ 9. Date NCD form submitted to ESP: ____________________________________ 10. Date cable detection work carried out: _________________________________ 11. Notice for Commencement of Earthworks (NCE) submitted? YES / NO* NCE Ref No.: ____________________________________ *Delete where not applicable Last updated on 28 Mar 2023 12. Damage was caused by: Mechanical Excavation / Piling / Boring / Drilling / Compacting / Pipe Jacking / Changkol / Landslide / Soil subsidence / Uprooting of tree / Earth rod / Others (to specify) * 13. With reference to the damaged cable, a) Was the cable detected before the damage? YES / NO* If No, Why? ______________________________________________________ b) Was the detected cable route pegged / painted* on site? YES / NO* Other markings (to specify): __________________________________ If No, Why? ______________________________________________________ c) Was the cable exposed prior to the damage? YES / NO* If No, Why? ______________________________________________________ 14. Photographs of detection work enclosed? YES / NO* 15. Was your client instructed, while carrying out mechanized excavation or any ground penetration work, to keep a minimum safety clearance of 6 meters (3 meters on each side) away from the exposed cable corridor? YES / NO* 16. Any instructions to dig trial holes? YES / NO* If yes, distance of recommended trial hole from damaged position. 17. Brief description of damage: ________m I sincerely and solemnly declare that the above information is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. NAME OF LCDW SIGNATURE Date: __________________ License No. ________________________ H/P No.: __________________ Email Address: _______________________ *Delete where not applicable Last updated on 28 Mar 2023
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Please glue and seal here. Do not staple Please glue and seal here. Do not staple APPLICATION FOR INTERBANK GIRO (ORIGINAL COPY REQUIRED) Please tick: New Application Change of Bank Account PART 1: FOR APPLICANT’S COMPLETION (All fields are mandatory) Date: (DD/MM/YY) - - Utilities Account Number (1 account per form) PART 2: FOR BANK ACCOUNT HOLDER’S COMPLETION (All fields are mandatory) a) I/We hereby instruct you to process SP Services Ltd instructions to debit my/our account for the Utilities Account Number indicated in Part 1 above. b) You are entitled to reject SP Services Ltd debit instructions if my/our account does not have sufficient funds and charge me/us a fee for this. You may also at your discretion allow the debit even if this results in an overdraft on the account and impose charges accordingly. c) This authorisation will remain in force until termination by written notice sent to my/our address last known to you or upon receipt of my/our revocation through SP Services Ltd. To: Name of Bank: Bank Branch My/Our Name(s) As in Bank Account: My/Our Bank Account No.: My/Our Contact (Tel/Handphone) No.: (Please DO NOT provide credit card account no) Please remember to sign in this box. My/Our Signature(s)/Thumbprint(s)/Company Stamp (as in bank’s records) Please impress your thumbprint clearly if your bank account is operated by thumbprint. Please verify the thumbprint at bank. Notes to Part 1 and 2: Amendments made on the form must be countersigned by the bank account holder. Use of correction fluid/tape is not allowed. Bank accounts below are solely for GIRO collection. Please DO NOT use the accounts below for payment via Fund Transfer to SP Services Ltd. PART 3: FOR SP SERVICES LTD COMPLETION Bank Branch SP Services Account Number 7 3 7 5 0 0 1 9 0 1 3 4 5 3 3 4 5 7 1 7 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 8 7 5 2 (UOB) (DBS) Bank Branch Account Number To Be Debited Utilities Account Number Please refer to Part 1 above PART 4: FOR BANK’S COMPLETION To: SP Services Ltd This application is hereby REJECTED (Please tick) for the following reason(s): Signature / Thumbprint # differs from Bank’s records Signature / Thumbprint # incomplete / unclear # Account operated by signature / thumbprint # Wrong account number Amendment not countersigned by customer Others:______________________________ ______________________ ___________________________ _____________________________ Name of Approving Officer Authorised Signature Date SP Services Ltd 2 Kallang Sector Singapore 349277 # Please delete where inapplicable UEN : 199504470N 15/2/24 Notes on GIRO application 1. Please continue to arrange for payment for all your bills until your GIRO application is approved. Please check your bill for the effective date. Your GIRO application is only effective when this message “Total Amount Payable will be deducted from your account with XXX Bank on DD/MM/YY” appears in your bill. 2. A deduction will only be made from your bank account on the due date of the bill. Please maintain sufficient funds in your bank account for deduction on the due date. A second attempt at deduction will be made within five days if the first deduction is unsuccessful. 3. All amounts successfully deducted will be reflected in your bank statement. You will continue to receive your monthly bills. 4. You may arrange for another party to pay your bill through GIRO deduction. You will need to state your utilities account number on his or her GIRO form. 5. Some banks levy a surcharge for an unsuccessful deduction for reasons such as insufficient balance in your bank account. Your bank will assist you on enquiries of this nature. 6. Any refund arising from your final bill when you close your utilities account, will be returned to the last bank account that is used to pay your bill through GIRO deduction, even if that bank account may not be in your name. 7. Credits arising from your export of electricity to SP Services Ltd, if any, will be refunded to your approved Giro bank account. 8. Please call SP Group Customer Service Hotline at 1800-2222 333 for any enquiries. 9. SP Services Ltd will not be liable for any loss, expenses, delays, mistakes, neglect or omission in the processing of this Giro application or the transmission of payment / refunds under this Giro arrangement and you shall remain liable for all payments owing to SP Services Ltd as a result of any such event howsoever caused. 10. SP Services Ltd reserves the right to add, amend and/or modify these terms at its sole discretion at any time without giving any reason thereof.
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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO). 3 The SP Group - NTU Joint Lab was established between SP Group and NTU in 2020, to explore energy-related projects in the areas of asset management and network operations. 4 MESMO is one of two primary simulation technologies that is used in the Singapore Integrated Transport Energy Model (SITEM) project. More details on SITEM can be found on A*STAR’s website: www.a-star.edu.sg/News-and-Events/a-star-news/news/press-releases/supporting-singapore-s- transition-to-electric-vehicles. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO). 3 The SP Group - NTU Joint Lab was established between SP Group and NTU in 2020, to explore energy-related projects in the areas of asset management and network operations. 4 MESMO is one of two primary simulation technologies that is used in the Singapore Integrated Transport Energy Model (SITEM) project. More details on SITEM can be found on A*STAR’s website: www.a-star.edu.sg/News-and-Events/a-star-news/news/press-releases/supporting-singapore-s- transition-to-electric-vehicles. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO). 3 The SP Group - NTU Joint Lab was established between SP Group and NTU in 2020, to explore energy-related projects in the areas of asset management and network operations. 4 MESMO is one of two primary simulation technologies that is used in the Singapore Integrated Transport Energy Model (SITEM) project. More details on SITEM can be found on A*STAR’s website: www.a-star.edu.sg/News-and-Events/a-star-news/news/press-releases/supporting-singapore-s- transition-to-electric-vehicles. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO). 3 The SP Group - NTU Joint Lab was established between SP Group and NTU in 2020, to explore energy-related projects in the areas of asset management and network operations. 4 MESMO is one of two primary simulation technologies that is used in the Singapore Integrated Transport Energy Model (SITEM) project. More details on SITEM can be found on A*STAR’s website: www.a-star.edu.sg/News-and-Events/a-star-news/news/press-releases/supporting-singapore-s- transition-to-electric-vehicles. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO). 3 The SP Group - NTU Joint Lab was established between SP Group and NTU in 2020, to explore energy-related projects in the areas of asset management and network operations. 4 MESMO is one of two primary simulation technologies that is used in the Singapore Integrated Transport Energy Model (SITEM) project. More details on SITEM can be found on A*STAR’s website: www.a-star.edu.sg/News-and-Events/a-star-news/news/press-releases/supporting-singapore-s- transition-to-electric-vehicles. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingly. The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to SP and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory3   Network Twin for impact assessment on grid. This uses modelling and simulations to determine the impact of additional loads (such as charging of electric vehicles) and distributed energy resources (such as solar photovoltaics and energy storage systems) on the grid. Using an advanced software framework known as the Multi Energy System Modelling & Optimisation (MESMO)4, the Network Twin is able to provide SP with a high-level assessment of the impact of demands on the grid and any upgrades required for different scenarios. The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO).   Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin are: Enhanced condition monitoring of assets and prioritisation of asset renewal, by having a decision tool that can identify risks and prioritise grid assets renewal plans. The tool will take into account health, utilisation and failure history of the grid assets.   Improvement in carrying out network planning analysis by having a better network utilisation when balancing new or peak electricity loads.   Optimisation of asset investment, by identifying potential synergies between asset renewal and upgrades for load growth without compromising grid resilience.   Grid Digital Twin comprising the Asset Twin and Network Twin (Image Credit: Energy Market Authority) KEY VISUAL FOR ASSET TWIN Overview of Asset Health and Criticality Index for the Distribution Network (Image Credit: SP Group-NTU Joint Laboratory) KEY VISUAL FOR NETWORK TWIN Dashboard for analysing electric vehicle charging impact on the distribution grid using the Network Twin (Image Credit: Institute of High Performance Computing and TUMCREATE) 1 The Asset Twin is underpinned by five research projects awarded by EMA to SP Group and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) under the SP Group - NTU Joint Laboratory. 2 The Network Twin is being developed by the Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), together with its technology partner TUMCREATE Ltd. The project is funded by the Public Sector Science & Technology Policy & Plans Office (S&TPPO). 3 The SP Group - NTU Joint Lab was established between SP Group and NTU in 2020, to explore energy-related projects in the areas of asset management and network operations. 4 MESMO is one of two primary simulation technologies that is used in the Singapore Integrated Transport Energy Model (SITEM) project. More details on SITEM can be found on A*STAR’s website: www.a-star.edu.sg/News-and-Events/a-star-news/news/press-releases/supporting-singapore-s- transition-to-electric-vehicles. 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Supported by the Energy Market Authority (EMA), SP Group (SP) and the Science and Technology Policy and Plans Office (S&TPPO) under the Prime Minister’s Office, the upcoming Grid Digital Twin will serve to enhance Singapore’s grid resilience to ensure grid reliability and support the deployment of cleaner energy sources.   The Grid Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the physical power grid assets and network and operates using real-time and historical data. It comprises two key models: Asset Twin1 for the health management of grid assets (such as substations, transformers, cables); and Network Twin2 for the assessment of impact on the grid when connecting new energy sources or consumers to the grid. The Grid Digital Twin is currently in a prototype stage and is expected to be fully developed over the next few years. When fully deployed, it will enable SP to better plan, operate and maintain the national power grid through modelling and simulations so that the actual works can be carried out in a more effective and efficient way. (Refer to Annex for more information.) Key benefits of the Grid Digital Twin include improving network planning analysis and remote monitoring of asset conditions, thereby saving manpower resources in carrying out extensive physical inspections. As the Grid Digital Twin provides a more holistic model of the grid, it can facilitate planning of infrastructure for different needs (such as installation of electric vehicle chargers, and connection of solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems). Progressive enhancements to the Grid Digital Twin are in place to make it more accurate and efficient, as SP continues to digitise the existing electricity assets under the network.   In tandem with the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore is looking to greener sources of energy and more diversification of energy supply, such as solar deployments, energy storage systems and vehicle-to-grid technologies. In addition, power grid operations will become more complex with increasing electrification and deployment of more distributed energy resources (DERs). Currently, the national power grid comprises over 18,000 transformers, with more than 27,000 km of underground cables interconnecting over 11,000 substations. The Grid Digital Twin will therefore help to future-proof our power grid, to ensure that it is well-equipped to manage such complexities while maintaining reliability of grid operations.   Mr Ngiam Shih Chun, Chief Executive of EMA, said, “The digital twin for our national power grid will help to enhance the reliability of our electricity supply and support our transition towards greater energy sustainability. With the pressing need to tackle climate change, the power grid needs to evolve to support a more complex power system that will connect to more diverse sources of cleaner energy as well as a growing network to meet rising demand.”   Mr Stanley Huang, Group Chief Executive Officer of SP Group, said, “SP Group works closely with EMA to explore measures to improve Singapore’s grid reliability and resilience. Harnessing the power of digitisation, the Grid Digital Twin enables us to monitor and test different scenarios based on a virtual replica of the grid. We can then effectively test potential upgrades and enhancements, and future-ready innovations such as the projects under the SP Group - NTU Joint Lab to support our ambition to empower the future of energy.”   When completed, the Grid Digital Twin will be a key initiative in contributing towards Singapore’s overall efforts for greater sustainability through enhanced grid network planning and operations.   Annex: Factsheet on the Singapore Power Grid Digital Twin -- End -- About Energy Market Authority The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is a statutory board under the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Through our work, we seek to forge a progressive energy landscape for sustained growth. We aim to ensure a reliable and secure energy supply, promote effective competition in the energy market and develop a dynamic energy sector in Singapore. Visit www.ema.gov.sg for more information. Instagram: @EMA_Singapore | Facebook: facebook.com/EnergyMarketAuthority | Twitter: @EMA_sg | LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/energy-market-authority-ema-/ About SP Group SP Group is a leading utilities group in the Asia Pacific, empowering the future of energy with low-carbon, smart energy solutions for its customers. It owns and operates electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and Australia, and sustainable energy solutions in Singapore and China. As Singapore’s national grid operator, about 1.6 million industrial, commercial and residential customers benefit from its world-class transmission, distribution and market support services. These networks are amongst the most reliable and cost-effective world-wide. Beyond traditional utilities services, SP Group provides a suite of sustainable and renewable energy solutions such as microgrids, cooling and heating systems for business districts and residential townships, solar energy solutions, electric vehicle fast charging and digital energy solutions for customers in Singapore and the region. For more information, please visit spgroup.com.sg or for follow us on Facebook at fb.com/SPGroupSG, on LinkedIn at spgrp.sg/linkedin and on Twitter @SPGroupSG.   ANNEX FACTSHEET ON THE SINGAPORE POWER GRID DIGITAL TWIN A digital twin is a virtual model of physical infrastructure, processes and systems that can carry out various functions such as intelligent data analysis, computer modelling and simulation and machine learning to support users in improving planning and decision-making processes. 2. The digital twin of Singapore’s power grid will comprise two key models: Asset Twin to optimise the planning, operations and maintenance of SP’s grid assets (such as substations, transformers, switchgears and cables). The Asset Twin is able to remotely monitor and analyse the condition and performance of assets and identify potential risks in grid operations early. This allows SP Group (SP) to make informed decisions on renewal and maintenance plans accordingl