$$$ KPO and CZM $$$: Cheapest Electricity Plan - SP Group Wholesale Electricity Part 2

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Cheapest Electricity Plan - SP Group Wholesale Electricity Part 2

In my previous article, I shared my last 3 months of electricity bills then (Feb, Mar and Apr 2020) to show that the SP Group Wholesale Electricity plan is probably the cheapest electricity plan available. This is a continuation of that article by sharing the more recent statements too.

May 2020


298.45 kWh - $35.90 which translate to 12.02 cents/kWh

June 2020


274.86 kWh - $33.59 which translate to 12.22 cents/kWh

July 2020


253.32 kWh - $31.62 which translate to 12.48 cents/kWh

August 2020


307.68 kWh - $42.10 which translate to 13.68 cents/kWh

September 2020


268.71 kWh - $36.73 which translate to 13.67 cents/kWh

October 2020


269.73 kWh - $39.01 which translate to 14.46 cents/kWh

November 2020

288.19 kWh - $43.43 which translate to 15.07 cents/kWh

December 2020

223.58 kWh - $36.42 which translate to 16.29 cents/kWh

Again, the above are just rough estimates as I included other fees such as GST, meter reading, etc. The more accurate way is to remove them and compute but it is already lower even when I included those miscellaneous fees. You can decide for yourself :)

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7 comments:

  1. i'm with iswitch now. my contract end at end Dec 2020. Any idea need to give advance notice to Iswitch like 1 or 2 months before my contract due?

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    1. Hi Xersion,

      I have no idea man. Best to check with them directly.

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  2. Hope you can continue to post the monthly rate at least untill end of this year as the electricity rate for this quarter has increased, curious to see the % increase for whole sale rate too.

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi tcs,

      Sure, I can try to do that. Just updated the post with the latest September bill :)

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  3. Hello are you using the new meter or still on old meter? Wondering if it is necessary to change to new meter if we switch to wholesale plan. Thanks!

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    1. Hi waikuan,

      I am still using the old/default meter. If I remember correctly, there's some additional cost to switch the meter so I didn't do that.

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