5 Easy Ways to Embrace a Sustainable Lifestyle in Singapore

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As Singapore continues to focus on sustainable development, it is important for individuals to make greener choices in their everyday lives. Here are five ways to green up your life in Singapore, with a focus on EV charging:

Switch to an Electric Vehicle: One of the most impactful steps you can take to reduce your carbon footprint in Singapore is to switch to an electric vehicle (EV). Not only do EVs emit fewer greenhouse gases than traditional gas-powered cars, they can also be powered by renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power. Charging your EV with clean energy is an important step towards greening up your life in Singapore.

Install a Home Charging Station: If you have an EV in Singapore, consider installing a home charging station. This not only saves you time and money compared to charging at public charging stations, but it also makes it easier to ensure that your car is charged with clean energy from renewable sources. Check with your local utility company to see if they offer incentives for installing a home charging station.

Choose Renewable Energy: If you don’t own an EV in Singapore, you can still choose to power your home with renewable energy. Many utility companies now offer the option to purchase renewable energy credits or subscribe to a community solar program. This ensures that your electricity is generated from renewable sources such as solar or wind power.

Practice Energy Efficiency: In addition to choosing renewable energy, you can also reduce your energy consumption by practicing energy efficiency. This includes simple steps such as turning off lights when you leave a room, using energy-efficient appliances, and sealing air leaks in your home in Singapore. The less energy you use, the less you need to generate, which ultimately reduces your carbon footprint.

Reduce Single-Use Plastics: Another way to green up your life in Singapore is to reduce your use of single-use plastics. This can include using a reusable water bottle instead of disposable plastic bottles, bringing your own reusable bags to the grocery store, and avoiding plastic straws. Singapore has implemented a ban on certain single-use plastics, so be sure to stay up to date with the regulations in your area.

By incorporating these simple steps into your daily routine in Singapore, you can take important steps towards a more sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. Remember that every small action counts, and together we can make a big impact in protecting our planet for future generations in Singapore.

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Cost for each cost component50% co-funding on each cost componentTotal co-funding amount
Example 1:
Charging system = $3,000
LEW fees = $2,000
Cabling and installation cost = $1,500
= $1,500
= $1,000
= $750
= $3,250
Example 2:
Charging system = $5,000
LEW fees = $3,000
Cabling and installation cost = $2,500
= $2,500
= $1,500
= $1,000 (sub-cap of $1,000 on cabling and installation cost)
= $4,000 (overall cap of $4,000 per charger)
Example 3 (2 chargers):
Charging system = $9,000
Average per charger = $4,500

Total LEW fees = $4,000
Average per charger = $2,000

Total cabling and installation cost = $5,500
Average per charger = $2,750
= $2,500 per charger
= $1,000 per charger
= $1,000 (sub-cap of $1,000 on cabling and installation cost)
= $4,000 x 2 (overall cap of $4,000 per charger)
= $8,000

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