Tenaga Nasional Berhad (200866-W) http://www.tnb.com.my/ RSS includes Announcements, Highlights, Changes in Shareholdings and Announcement to Bursa Malaysia en-gb tnbwebadmin@tnb.com.my Copyright 2015 Electrical Safety Guide During School Holiday https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/electrical-safety-guide-during-school-holiday

In conjunction with the school term holidays, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) would like to advise parents to prohibit their children from breaking into the TNB  forbidden areas to avoid any untoward incident.

People are advised to comply with the notice regarding the potential risk of electric shock should they trespass the TNB substation. Children are banned from playing in areas where the notice is posted.

They are also advised to avoid swimming or fishing in the lake near high-voltage lines, and avoid throwing metal utensils from nearby installations or electrical line towers.

Parents are advised to prohibit their children from approaching or holding broken cables due to fallen trees, especially when it rains.
TNB will always perform continuous electrical safety campaign to reduce accidents related to electricity.

28/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/electrical-safety-guide-during-school-holiday
TNB Repairs The Home Of Gopal And His 100- Year- Old Mother https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-repairs-the-home-of-gopal-and-his-100-year-old-mother

Life of Mr. Gopal a / l Munusamy is more comfortable now, after Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) helped to repair  his home in Kg.Baru, Slim River, Perak through Project Mesra Rakyat at Perak State Level 2016. Mr. Gopal a / l Munusamy, 72 years old, lives with his 100-year old mother and 60-year-old brother  who suffered health problems and has no regular income.

Through TNB Mesra Rakyat Project, the run-down house had been renovated with new walls, new ceilings, new toilet and kitchen. The newly-repaired home was inaugurated today by the Chairman of the Committee of Women, Family, Social Welfare, Housing and Local Government, YB Dato 'Kassim Rusnah who is also a Member of the Legislative Assembly (Behrang).

General Manager of State (Perak), Dato 'Mohd Zahir Md. Nagor  said in his speech that Mesra Rakyat project follows the government's call for government-linked companies (GLCs) to play a role in helping the government to repair the targeted homes especially those who are underprivileged.

27/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-repairs-the-home-of-gopal-and-his-100-year-old-mother
Thanks to TNB Baiti Jannati, Fatimah’s Ramadan and Aildilfitri are brighter. https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/thanks-to-tnb-baiti-jannati-fatimahs-ramadan-and-aildilfitri-are-brighter

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) today had completed the donation of a house under Project Baiti Jannati to Fatimah Binti Samsudin in Kampung Prik, Enggar, Perak. This year, TNB allocated nine Baiti Jannati houses in Perak. According to General Manager of State (Perak), TNB Distribution Division, Dato 'Haji Mohd Zahir Md. Nagor, in 2015, as many as 37 houses have been repaired since 2008, costing a total of RM1.132 million.

He added, in 2015 for the national level, as much as 228 houses have been repaired since 2007 at a cost of RM7.113 million. Mohd. Zahir also stressed that the Project Baiti Jannati is one of TNB's Corporate Responsibility program to build houses for the underprivileged such as people with disabilities, single mothers, the elderly and poor people living in rural areas.

The house was worth RM50, 000.00. In addition, several electrical equipment were given to Fatimah and family.

23/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/thanks-to-tnb-baiti-jannati-fatimahs-ramadan-and-aildilfitri-are-brighter
TNB Mesra Rakyat Project 2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-mesra-rakyat-project-2016

The life of Bee Chong @ Chen Chan Ken is now brighter, after Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) contributed to repair his house in Kampung Cina, Kuala Kemaman, Kemaman, and Terengganu through Mesra Rakyat Project at the state level. Bee Chong, 72, is a single father and works as a shop assistant.

He also received monetary support from the Social Welfare Department (SWD). Through TNB Mesra Rakyat Project, the old house was completely refurbished. Aside from refurbishment, the kitchen, bathroom and toilet were also fixed.

The newly-repaired home was inaugurated today by the State Coordinating Officer (Chukai), Ahmad Fikry bin Haji Ibrahim. General Manager of(Terengganu), Ir. Saharenam Mukhtar said in his speech Mesra Rakyat project follows the government's call for government-linked companies (GLCs) to play a role in helping the government to repair  targeted homes especially those who are underprivileged.

19/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-mesra-rakyat-project-2016
TNB Baiti Jannati Donation Helps Aziz https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-baiti-jannati-donation-helps-aziz

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) today completed the donation of a house under Project Baiti Jannati to Aziz bin Salleh, in Kampung Mengkuang Mosque, Kuala Pegang, Baling, and Kedah. For 2016, TNB had allocated 10 Baiti Jannati houses in Kedah.

According to General Manager of State (Kedah), TNB Distribution Division, Zubir Hashim, a total of 25 houses have been repaired since 2008 at a cost of RM976, 000.He added, for the national level, as much as 228 houses have been repaired since 2007 at a cost of RM7.113 million.

Zubir also said that the project Baiti Jannati is one of TNB's Corporate Responsibility program to build houses for the underprivileged people such as people with disabilities, single mothers, the elderly and poor people living in rural areas.

17/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-baiti-jannati-donation-helps-aziz
TNB Mesra Rakyat Project At State Level https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-mesra-rakyat-project-at-state-level

Toh Ehi Ghim is living happier now, thanks to Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) as the company had contributed to assist in fixing her house in Kampung Pengkalan Arang, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu.

Toh Ehi Ghim, 58 years old, a single mother with no regular income. He has two grown children. A child is disabled (OKU). Through TNB Mesra Rakyat Project, the run-down house that has been completely refurbished.

The newly-repaired home was inaugurated today by the Bukit Tunggal Coordinating Officer, Tuan Arif Sahibu Fadilah Tuan Ahmad.

17/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-mesra-rakyat-project-at-state-level
TNB Organises Kehidupan Lestari Campaign https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-organises-kehidupan-lestari-campaign

Recognizing the need to expose the awareness on electrical safety, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) conducted Kehidupan Lestari Campaign in Perak today which was officiated by Assistant District Education Officer Hilir Perak, Mohamad Suhaimi Mansor. The program is held annually since 2008 by targeting teachers and primary school pupils as participants.

General Manager (Asset Management) TNB Transmission Division, Ir. Jeslee Mohamed said in his welcoming speech that the campaign involves lectures, exhibitions, and events related to electrical safety awareness.

The implementation of this campaign is a long-term effort to help reduce TNB electrical accidents due to negligence.

14/05/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-organises-kehidupan-lestari-campaign
TNB Records Highest Electricity Demand at 17,175 MW https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-records-highest-electricity-demand-at-17175-mw
  •  dry spell pushes electricity consumption
  •  supply reliability unaffected

The exceptionally hot weather in the past few days pushed electricity consumption to its highest in peninsular Malaysia, with Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) recording an all time high peak demand of 17,175 megawatt (MW) on Wednesday.

The heatwave, due to the El Nino weather phenomenon, has seen the consumer demand for energy climbing since Monday, breaching the 17,000 MW peak demand threshold. This broke the previous record in peak demand of 16,901 MW registered on June 6, 2014.

With the sufficient electricity generation in place, the higher demand projected will not have any impact on the reliability of power supply.

The peninsula's current totalled installed capacity stands at 22,220 MW, out of which 11,818 MW is TNB's own capacity while the balance is the total installed capacity of the Independent Power Producers.

In line with the government's call for efficient use of energy, electricity customers are encouraged to adopt the following measures during peak hours of energy consumption (2-5 PM):

1. Setting air conditioners at 23-25 degree Celcius
2. Ironing and washing their cloths at night
3. Boiling water during off peak hours
4. Operating their machines or factories at night (large power users like cement manufacturers and steel millers).

For more information on energy efficiency tips, please refer to www.tnb.com.my

11/03/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/tnb-records-highest-electricity-demand-at-17175-mw
Earthquake: No Signs of Structural Damage To Kenyir Dam https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/earthquake-no-signs-of-structural-damage-to-kenyir-dam

A preliminary inspection of the Sultan Mahmud Hydro Electric Power Station in Kenyir (Kenyir Dam) reveals that there is no physical impact or signs of structural damage that may affect the dam’s integrity and stability.

During the earthquake (at 9.25pm, 23rd February 2016 as reported by the Malaysian Metrological Department), the dam’s instrumentation detected a very low seismic activity, well below the safe dam design limit. Due to the incident, a thorough inspection of the dam and its associated facilities is being carried out.

All the dams built by TNB are designed to withstand low to moderate seismic activity in accordance with international standard.

24/02/2016 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/earthquake-no-signs-of-structural-damage-to-kenyir-dam
Court of Appeal Sets Aside Orders of Contempt Against TNB https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/court-of-appeal-sets-aside-orders-of-contempt-against-tnb

The Court of Appeal recently set aside orders made by the Johor Bahru High Court against Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) last year in contempt proceedings that arose out of a suit commenced by Bukit Lenang Development Sdn. Bhd. (Bukit Lenang).
 
This was upon Bukit Lenang, informing the Court of Appeal that it did not wish to contest TNB’s appeals against the said orders of the High Court.
 
Earlier in 2014, Bukit Lenang had filed a suit against TNB and two other parties for trespass in the Johore Bahru High Court. TNB was found liable in contempt of court and a fine of RM100,000.00 was imposed upon it, while the surveyor that TNB had called as its witness was also found liable in contempt and was thereafter reprimanded.
 
In setting aside the orders of the High Court against TNB, the Court of Appeal also set aside the order that found the surveyor liable for contempt as well as the order that reprimanded him.
 
Bukit Lenang also informed the Court of Appeal that it would not object to TNB’s application (to the High Court) for the refund of the RM100,000.00 fine.

21/12/2015 https://www.tnb.com.my/highlights/court-of-appeal-sets-aside-orders-of-contempt-against-tnb