My green creditsTM - Get renewable energy certificates
Offsetting brown energy with green
Going green is now certifiable
Want to go green, but don't know where to start? Try green credits! Everyone can contribute to a low-carbon, smart energy Singapore by purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) on the SP app.
Your new way to support renewable energy
Purchasing RECs signals a demand for green energy, and this encourages more supply of renewable energy. My Green Credits, a feature on the SP app, makes it convenient to purchase green credits to reduce your carbon footprint.
Turn your brown energy to green
You can "green" any amount of your monthly electricity consumption (starting with $1). Select an affiliated project that generates green energy and purchase My Green Credits. You'll be closer to reaching your personal environmental goals.
Embracing a greener future
My Green Credits supports projects that are generating green energy. From a solar farm in Vietnam, to a wind farm in Thailand, to a solar rooftop system in Singapore, the RECs help reduce emissions and our impact on the environment.
Choose the green energy project you'd like to support
Krong Pa Solar Farm
Vintage Year 2022
Krong Pa Solar Farm [KRONGPA1], Vietnam
One of the first large scale grid-connected solar farms to be developed under Vietnam's new solar policy. The farm provides clean energy and infrastructure development like water piping and roads to and within surrounding villages, bringing about sustainable development and employment.
Wayu Wind Farm
Vintage Year 2021
Subplu Wayu Windfarm [SUBPLUS13], Thailand
Located in Thailand's Nakhon Ratchasima province, the Wayu Wind Farm adds clean energy to the grid, creating local jobs for its construction, operations and maintenance.
Katoen Natie Singapore Rooftop Solar
Vintage Year 2021
Katoen Natie - Jurong Logistics Terminal [SGCKNS01], Singapore
One of the largest grid-connected solar on rooftop systems in Singapore. This project shows how clean energy can be injected into the oil and gas hub of Singapore. It also shows how logistics processes can be made green, while supporting Singapore's push for a more liveable city.