Guidelines for submission of application for services-based operations licence

The Singapore telecommunication services market was fully liberalised from 1 April 2000. As required under the Telecommunications Act (Cap. 323), any person operating and providing telecommunication systems and services in Singapore has to be licensed. 1.2 The Info-communications Media Development Authority (the “Authority”) has adopted a two-pronged licensing approach that differentiates between licensees based on the nature of their operations i.e. whether facilities-based or services-based type of operations.


许可证的条款和条件各不相同,取决于是否是发电、传输、配电和供电的许可证。在大多数情况下,许可证将包含以下几个部分:技术条件、财务要求、许可持有人的权利和义务、环境标准、客户服务标准、投诉和争议程序、以及罚款和处罚。 本节提供有关能源许可证的资源和信息,因为它们涉及到电力领域潜在的政府和社会资本合作。

Water Regulation: Separate Regulatory Body with Licensing Regime


Under this model, an agency separate from the water service providers issues licenses to them and sets the terms of supply. Traditionally used to regulate private providers (such as in England and Wales and the United States), it features increasingly in the regulation of public service providers (such as some states in Australia and the United States). Regulatory agencies may be at national or regional levels (as in England and in the United States and Australia, respectively) or they may be local.

Energy Licenses and Licensing Procedures

The terms and conditions of licenses will vary depending on whether it is a license for generation, transmission, distribution or supply. In most instances, a license will contain the following sections: Technical Conditions, Financial Requirements, Rights and Obligations of Licensees, Environmental Standards, Customer Service Standards, Complaint and Dispute Procedures and Fines and Penalties. This section offers resources and information about energy licenses as they relate to potential public-private partnerships in the power sectors.