As a statutory board, it gives NEA greater administrative autonomy to be more nimble in the protection of the environment.
Singapore’s electricity tariff is one of the most expensive in the world?
Why is price of electricity not decreasing when Singapore is heading towards Energy Efficiency, and economies of scale?
The EENP is an industry outreach programme by NEA, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and the Economic Development Board (EDB).
What policy has been implemented to curb haze problems over the decades?
Is there any emergency plan to stop outdoor work?
Centralised dishwashing in hawker centres?
What new technologies will be used?
Will Singaporeans be paying more or less for food in hawker centres?
How much is it going to cost and will the statistics be announced to the public?
Is NEA being used as a political tool?
Since NEA knows when the haze will come – then why did it take about 60 hours (from the time the PSI exceeded 300) to distribute the face masks to the retailers for sale to the public as well as the one million masks for free distribution to 200,000 needy families?
Why was there a shortage of masks in Singapore?
Can the NEA announce and prepare Singaporeans as to exactly what they should do and can expect from the NEA, if the haze returns?
BY: Han Hui Hui and Leong Sze Hian