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Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has fully restored electricity supply in flood-hit Penang due to the relentless efforts of its staff.

09/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/electricity-supply-fully-restored
Electricity Almost Fully Restored https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/electricity-almost-fully-restored

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) managed to almost fully restore electricity supply in Penang by recovering 105 of 113 substations which were shut down when floods hit the state.

08/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/electricity-almost-fully-restored
TNB Continues With Supply Recovery https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/tnb-continues-with-supply-recovery

"Our technical employees with a total of 160 people, including those from outside Penang have worked tirelessly to resume supplies since Sunday," said Senior General Manager (Distribution Network) TNB, Wan Nazmy Wan Mahmood.

07/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/tnb-continues-with-supply-recovery
Power Supply For 44 Relief Centres https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/power-supply-for-44-relief-centres

Power supply has been supplied to 44 flood relief centres in Penang through substations which are located nearby the relief centres.

07/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/power-supply-for-44-relief-centres
Dam Water at The Safe Level https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/dam-water-levels-at-the-safe-level

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) announced today that the water level in the dam across the peninsula at a safe level despite heavy rains in the northern part of the country.


"We have been releasing water in accordance with existing procedures. This is to ensure the operation of the dam is safe and at the normal level," said senior general manager (operations Assets) TNB Generation Division, Ir. Roslan Abd Rahman.

06/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/dam-water-levels-at-the-safe-level
Announcement https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/announcement

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06/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/announcement
TNB Supplies 30 Sets of Mobile Generators to Penang https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/banjir-di-pulau-pinang-tnb-bekal-30-set-janakuasa-bergerak

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has supplied 30 mobile generator sets to the flooded areas in Penang.

TNB Senior General Manager (Distribution Network) Wan Nazmy Wan Mahmood said as at 10pm, 12 of the mobile generators had already been set up and the TNB had temporarily stopped the functions of 38 out of the 4,852 electric substations in the state for safety reasons.

06/11/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/banjir-di-pulau-pinang-tnb-bekal-30-set-janakuasa-bergerak
TNB CEO:Adopt Technology That Suits Your Customers https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/tnb-ceoadopt-technology-that-suits-your-customers

Power utilities should be technology agnostic, as there are no single technology that fits all the needs of different customers or can solve all problems, said Tenaga Nasional Berhad President/Chief Executive Datuk Seri Ir. Azman Mohd.

“We should be technology agnostic. We should be thinking what will benefit the customers,” he said during panel discussion of Heads and CEOs of Utilities at the AESIEAP CEO Conference 2017.

Different segment of the customers may require different technology, based upon their location and spending power, said Azman who is also President of AESIEAP for 2017-2018.

AESIEAP or Association of the Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia and Western Pacific was founded in 1975 to allow members to foster cooperation and exchange expertise and technology.

“We should reflect how we are relevant to the customers’ needs and expectations,” he told  power industry leaders, experts and futurists from East Asia and  Western Pacific attending the conference yesterday.

The AESIEAP CEO Conference, held in Penang was attended by approximately 130 foreign delegates  from over 30 countries and over 80 from host country, Malaysia.

Azman also suggested that before opting for any technology, power utilities should reflect back on the reason behind their existence and on the need to give the best value to the customers and stakeholders.

For TNB, he said as a national electric corporation, its responsibility is not only in ‘keeping the lights on’ for the nation,  but also to provide competitive return to its shareholders.

Azman also called on AESIEAP members to work together to take advantage of the growth potential in Asia’s power sector.

“There is a lot that we can collaborate here. Not only in terms of talents and knowledge but also innovation that we can do for this region,” he added.

24/10/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/tnb-ceoadopt-technology-that-suits-your-customers
Signifcant Progress in Malaysia’s Sustainable Energy Deployment https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/signifcant-progress-in-malaysias-sustainable-energy-deployment

The Malaysian Government has made major strides in the deployment of sustainable energy which involves renewable energy (RE), energy efficiency (EE) and addressing climate change, said Deputy Secretary General (Energy and Green Technology), Malaysia's Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Datin Badriyah Abd. Malek.

Several measures have been introduced like the Malaysian Green Technology Master Plan (GTMP), the Green Technology Financing Scheme (GTFS), the Energy Performance Contracting Fund and the Renewable Energy Act 2011., she said in her keynote address at AESIEAP CEO Conference 2017 in Penang yesterday.

AESIEAP or Association of the Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia and Western Pacific was founded in 1975 to allow members to foster cooperation and exchange expertise and technology.

Datin Badriyah said wth Net Energy Metering (NEM), Large Scale Solar (LSS), Green Sukuk Financing Scheme and Feed-in Tariff (Fit) mechanisms, Malaysia is expected to surpass the renewable energy (RE) target by 2020.

Under the target, 2,080MW of overall installed capacity will be from RE, of which the current installed capacity - around 500 MW comes from FiT. This (2,080MW) can be translated into more than 7.13 million tonnes Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission avoidance.

Badriyah also said that the Ministry is collaborating with TNB on sustainable energy efforts including EE to empower customers on ways to reduce their energy consumption through the Home Energy Report programme.

The report contains detailed information on how their consumption compares to other similar efficient homes, energy efficiency tips, home energy analysis and trending of their consumption pattern.

“Under the Grid-of-the-Future initiatives, the Ministry together with TNB have set the foundation for a more resilient and efficient grid besides enabling the integration of renewable energy under the Government Green Agenda. 

To date, Malaysia has reached 22.5% installed capacity from RE. This has paved the way for Malaysia to achieve ASEAN target in 2025 of 23% RE in total primary energy supply.

Badriyah also congratulated TNB for successfully hosting the AESIEAP CEO Conference. The conference was attended by approximately 130 foreign delegates  from over 30 countries and over 80 from host country, Malaysia.
 

24/10/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/signifcant-progress-in-malaysias-sustainable-energy-deployment
Power Industry’ Experts & Leaders in Penang for Biennial Conference https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/power-industry-experts-leaders-in-penang-for-biennial-conference

More than 200 experts, leaders and futurists of the power industry from East Asia and Western Pacific are in Penang to deliberate on megatrends (big shifts), affecting the electricity supply industry.

They gathered here since Sunday for the three-day AESIEAP CEO Conference, held biannually for member utilities to leverage as a platform to forge stronger ties and discuss substantial issues and challenges.

AESIEAP or Association of the Electricity Supply Industry of East Asia and Western Pacific was founded in 1975 to allow members to foster cooperation and exchange expertise and technology.

President of AESIEAP 2017-2018, Datuk Seri Ir. Azman Mohd in his welcome speech said utilities are compelled to undergo transformation as the the electricity supply industry (ESI) becomes more competitive.

Utilities, he said are shifting towards a sustainable, innovative and smarter future to take advantage of the growth in this region and to face the challenges from higher stakeholder expectations, disruptive technology and changing customers’ needs.

The President/Chief Executive of TNB said if AESIEAP’s members can collaborate and commit towards innovations, smart technology and energy sustainability, they can make an impact in the ESI globally.

“I believe, with your valuable support and commitment, we can materialise the aspirations into action plans which can positively impact the power industry of each member country.

“Let us use the AESIEAP platform to exchange knowledge and information, and tap into each other’s experience and best practices that will benefit member countrries and eventually the AESIEAP fraternity,” he added.

The last time TNB hosted the AESIEAP CEO Conference was in Kuala Lumpur in 1995.

23/10/2017 https://www.tnb.com.my/announcements/power-industry-experts-leaders-in-penang-for-biennial-conference