Some Singapore households taking steps to slash energy use amid spike in electricity prices

Some are worried more electricity retailers will exit the market, after iSwitch, Ohm Energy and Best Electricity left in the past week. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - Some households in Singapore are taking steps to cut down on energy consumption, amid a spike in electricity prices here.

These include limiting the use of air conditioners, with one family saying they would try to gather in a room to minimise the use of electricity.

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