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Sustainable Strategy

Blue Print for Success

In 2016, we launched Reimagining TNB (RT), a 10-year strategic plan to help us become a leading global electricity utility.

Paving the Way Forward

Our sustainability strategy is founded on four pillars:

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Governance

Reinforcing ethical business practices and a forward-looking culture

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Economic

● Providing dependable and efficient energy for our customers
● Supplying electricity domestically and internationally

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Environmental

● Transitioning to a low-carbon economy
● Reducing environmental impact

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Social

● Empowering our people
● Creating a culture of safety
● Bringing joy to our communities

Strategic Pillars

TNB’s Sustainability Development Committee integrates our sustainability strategy with TNB’s strategic pillars

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Future Generation Sources

Renewable and low-carbon sources of energy are the way forward to mitigate climate change.

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Grid of the Future

The next generation of grids will be fully automated and digitalised, thus enabling self generation and greater energy efficiency amongst consumers.

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Winning the Customer

Our customer-centric approach ensures that we offer a meaningful experience and the best service delivery to all our clients.

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Future-Proof Regulations

Protecting the interests of our stakeholders is vital as our nation transitions to a more sustainable energy model.

ACHIEVING OUR SUSTAINABILITY GOALS

The United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (UNSDGs) are a global agenda that encourage nations, communities, and organisations to bring about positive social, economic, and environmental change. TNB directly contributes to four of these directives.

Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

Achieving this goal will contribute to economic, environmental, social development and well-being. We are focused on this goal by prioritising energy efficiency, clean energy technology, and related infrastructure

Equivalent Availability Factor (EAF) 83.35% Performance for wholly-owned power plants in Peninsular Malaysia System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) in Peninsular Malaysia at;

48.13 minutes/ customer/year

System Availability:

99.78%

Domestic renewable energy generation capacity:

85.39MW

Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all

We have always placed great importance in creating employment opportunities that value and respect human rights. We also strongly believe that this is the backbone of positive business performances across our value chain

Total number of new hires in FY2019 by TNB:

1,398

Employability rate within six (6) months upon graduation for UNITEN graduates:

94%

Revenue for FY2019:

RM50,939.70 million

Total training hours (general and leadership):

1.09 million hours

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

We support Malaysia’s commitment to the Paris Climate Change Agreement signed at COP 21, recognising the increasing importance of mitigating and adapting to climate change. In this regard, we seek to reduce our Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions intensity and the environmental impacts resulting from our operations

Total GHG emissions mitigation:

5.38 million tCO2e

Energy savings from TNB buildings:

1,325,323kWh

GHG emissions intensity:

0.56 tCO2e/MWh

TNB’s target to grow renewable energy capacity to

1,700 MW

both domestically and internationally by 2025

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalise the global partnership for sustainable development

We will continue to form partnerships with all stakeholders including Government agencies, industry experts, businesses, and NGOs, both within and outside the energy sector. This is to meet future electricity demands in a sustainable manner, as well as to give back to the community

Total contribution to community development programmes:

RM40.25 million

  • TNB’s partnership with Yayasan Kebajikan Nasional (YKN) and Institut Jantung Negara Foundation (IJNF) for Better Brighter Shelter programme focusing on upgrading the dormitories and transit homes for hospitals

TNB’s partnership with telecommunications companies for the

  • National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan

29 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations

have been installed nationwide by TNB Energy Services Sdn. Bhd. (TNBES) in partnership with Malaysian Green Technology and Climate Change Centre (MGTC)