Power your home F&B business with additional $300 bill rebate!

Power your home F&B business with additional $300 bill rebate!

Own a F&B business from home? Enjoy additional $300 rebate when you switch & power your home business with Senoko Energy.

Running a home kitchen is no easy feat, and that's why we want to help power your savings and business! Simply let us know that you are a home-based chef, switch to Senoko Energy, and enjoy a $300 bill rebate on top of our prevailing promotions! Remember to enter a promo code & referral code during sign-up to enjoy more savings.

This exclusive promotion is limited to the first 100 home chefs and is valid till 31 May 2021.

Terms and conditions apply.

How To Qualify:

Step 1

Send us (@senokoenergy) a private message using your business' social handle (Facebook or Instagram). Your business social account should be active for at least the last 3 months.

Step 2

Wait for a confirmation reply from us as we verify your business.

Step 3

Upon confirmation, make the switch to any Senoko Energy 12-month or 24-month plan and we will credit a one-time $300 bill rebate into your electricity account by the 6th month of your service with us.

Recommended Plans

Switch and save over 30% on your bills. Enjoy rates as low as 18.65¢/kWh vs SP regulated tariff of 24.13¢/kWh. No security deposit or monthly service fees!


12 months plan



Lock in our super low 12-month fixed rate


24 months plan



Lock in our super low 24-month fixed rate


12 months plan


25% Discount

Enjoy a 25% discount on the regulated tariff for 12 months

Why Senoko Energy?

Get the most out of your energy supply. Live smart & save smart when you choose to power your home with Senoko Energy.

No Hidden Fees Ever

No security deposit, no hidden fees. You only pay based on the rate you signed up for

Free Monthly E-Vouchers

Redeem GrabFood, RedMart & Lazada e-vouchers every month, and enjoy lifestyle discounts from Smart Rewards programme

Applicable with U-Save Rebate

Offset electricity bills with your remainder U-Save GST Vouchers (Credits will be first used to offset your gas and water bills with SP Services)

Tips from other home chefs on how to keep your electricity bills low

Lily from @brilyskitchen

"As a home chef, I have a lot of ingredients to store and I'm using the stove, oven, and fridge, more times than the average household. To keep my electricity bills low, I make my rempah in batches and keep my fridge as organised as possible."

Sylvia from @superbloom.sg

"My normal working days are 12-14 hours, so my electricity did go up a bit when I started this home business. To bring this down, I make sure I prepare all my ingredients first before I turn on the stove."

Joanne from @bakerslab20

"12 hours in the kitchen means there's a tremendous increase in my home electricity consumption. Instead of baking one batch at a time, I tend to put in two batches in the oven so as to minimize overall energy usage."