In new energy world, S'pore finds itself between a rock and a hard place

Electricity challenges go far beyond war in Ukraine or extreme weather conditions

Post-pandemic demand for energy, a lack of investment in fossil fuel generators by power companies and extreme weather conditions have all combined to cause the current energy crunch. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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The world we live in gets stranger by the day and one of the strangest has to do with the electricity that flows into your home.

On the surface, it is still the same old current that powers your appliances.

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