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Green Mark Incentive Scheme for Existing Buildings and Premises (GMIS-EBP)

The scheme expired in Apr 2019.

Scheme details

Cash incentive

$50 million incentive scheme encourages Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to undertake energy improvement works for their buildings or tenanted spaces.

Up to 50% of qualifying costs incurred solely for the purpose of energy efficiency improvements in existing buildings and premises.

All applications must be lodged before starting energy improvement works.

Refer to the application guidelines for the list of commonly approved energy efficiency equipment and energy improvement works.

Types of buildings and premises

  1. Existing private commercial and business parks’ buildings such as:

    a. Shopping malls
    b. Hotels
    c. Office buildings
    d. Other approved buildings

  2. Existing non-governmental organisations (NGOs), voluntary welfare organisations (VWOs) and religious organisation buildings
  3. Tenanted premises such as:

    a. Offices
    b. Retail spaces
    c. Restaurants
    d. Supermarkets

Eligibility  
  • Building owners that are SMEs*
  • Building owners with at least 10% of tenants that are SMEs
  • Tenants that are SMEs
*SMEs are defined by SPRING Singapore as companies with:
  • Minimum 30% local shareholding
  • Group annual sales turnover of not more than S$100 million or group employment size of not more than 200 workers

Scheme validity

The fund is now fully committed and has expired

More resources

Pilot User-Centric Green Mark Feasibility Assessment

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