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Executive Office

Toh Seong Wah

Toh Seong Wah

Chief Executive Officer

As CEO of EMC, Toh Seong Wah drives the efficient management Singapore’s wholesale electricity market operations. 

A change catalyst with commercial foresight, he has put EMC on a steady growth trajectory by developing organizational capabilities and expanding into new geographical and service markets.

Under his leadership, EMC has launched and executed key initiatives such as the Market Advisory Panel, electricity procurement portal PowerSelect, and a landmark demand response programme, all of which helped propel Singapore’s energy landscape to new heights in market efficiency and competitiveness. He has also taken EMC beyond local shores with well-received electricity consulting projects in the Middle East.

Prior to this, Seong Wah held a dual portfolio as Senior Vice President of Market Operations and Information Technology, with notable achievements in operational excellence, compliance assurance and customer responsiveness.

He brings with him 20 years’ experience in the public sector—as IT Director at the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, he led whole-of-government technology projects valued at up to $1.3B.

Seong Wah leads a high-performing team with first-hand market operator expertise to envision transformative growth and chart actionable roadmaps for successful, sustainable energy markets.

Tan Liang Ching

Tan Liang Ching

Senior Vice President, Business Development

Tan Liang Ching heads the Business Development Unit, which spearheads the identification, prospecting, management and maximization of various ventures, partnerships, programmes and products/services to support the business growth objectives of EMC. Prior to this, he was in the Market Administration Unit, which advises the Rules Change Panel through economic analysis and proposals to enhance efficiency in the electricity market. Before joining EMC in 2007, he worked in the Planning and Research Department of the Ministry of National Development, and the Housing Market Analysis Unit of the Housing and Development Board. Liang Ching holds double degrees (high honors) in Electrical Engineering and Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Social Sciences degree in Applied Economics (Lim Chong Yah Gold Medal) from the National University of Singapore.