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Energy

Provided by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), the national electricity provider operated by the private- sector. It is the largest in the industry with more than RM60.0 billion assets, serving over six million customers throughout all sate in Malaysia.

As reported on Oct. 31, 2012, TNB has posted a higher net profit of RM 1 billion in the fourth quarter compared to RM600 million in the third quarter of 2012. By 2013 the company targeted to expand its power resource from solely depending on fuel and coal to LNG. As reported by TNB their LNG based power plant could be ready by the first quarter of 2013.

 

Electricity Rates

Commercial Tariffs - for offices, shops and hotels

per kWh

(sen)

(US cents)

Tariff B (Low Voltage, supply not exceeding 1000 volts)
For the first 200 kWh (1-200 kWh) per month
43.5
13.1
For the next kWh (201 kWh onwards) per month
50.9
15.3
 

The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 (US$2.25)

 

Tariff C1 (Medium Voltage General, 6.6kV - 66kV supply)

 

For all kWh

36.5

11

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month: RM30.30 (US$9.14)

 
 

The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)

Tariff C2 (Medium Voltage Peak / Off-Peak 6.6kV - 66kV supply)

 

For all kWh during the peak period (0800 - 2200 hours)

36.5

11

 

For all kWh during the off-peak period (2200 - 0800 hours)

22.4

6.8

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM45.10 (US$13.60)

 
  The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)  
Industrial Tariffs - for factories

per kWh

(sen)

(US cents)

Tariff D (Low Voltage, supply voltage not exceeding 1000 volts)

For the first 200 kWh (1-200 kWh) per month
38
11.5
For the next kWh (201 kWh onwards) per month
44.1
13.3
  The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20(US$2.25)  
Tariff Ds (Special Industrial Tariff - for eligible consumers)
 

For all kWh

42.7

12.9

 

The minimum monthly charge is RM7.20 (US$2.25)

 

Tariff E1 (Medium Voltage General, 6.6kV - 66kV supply)

 

For all kWh

33.7

10.2

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month: RM29.60 (US$8.92)

 
 

The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)

Tariff E1s (Special Industrial Tariff - for eligible consumers)
 

For all kWh

33.6

10.1

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month: RM23.70 (US$7.15)

 
 

The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)

 

Tariff E2 (Medium Voltage Peak / Off-Peak, 6.6kV-66kV supply)

 

For all kWh during the peak period (0800 - 2200 hours)

35.5

10.7

 

For all kWh during the off-peak period (2200 - 0800 hours)

21.9

6.6

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM37.00 (US$11.15)

 
 

The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)

 
Tariff E2s (Special Industrial Tariff - for eligible consumers)
 

For all kWh during the peak period (0800 - 2200 hours)

33.6

10.1

 

For all kWh during the off-peak period (2200 - 0800 hours)

19.1

5.8

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM32.90 (US$9.92)

 
 

The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)

 

Tariff E3 (High Voltage Peak / Off-Peak, 132kV and above supply)

 

For all kWh during the peak period (0800 - 2200 hours)

33.7

10.2

 

For all kWh during the off-peak period (2200 - 0800 hours)

20.2

6.1

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM35.50 (US$)

 
  The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)  

Tariff E3s (Special Industrial Tariff - for eligible consumers)

 

For all kWh during the peak period (0800 - 2200 hours)

31.7

9.6

 

For all kWh during the off-peak period (2200 - 0800 hours)

17.5

5.3

 

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM29.00 (US$8.74)

 
  The minimum monthly charge is RM600.00 (US$187.50)  

 

 

Water

Water supply is provided by Syarikat Air Johor Berhad (SAJ), a semi-government enterprise. As reported by SAJ, at March 2009, they already have 895,383 customers registered with them (743,5003 domestic and 111,880 non-domestic customers).

SAJ always comitted to provide an outstanding services to their clients through their own mission statement "We Shall Continously Satisfy Our Customers And Stakeholder, Delivering Quality Services To Become A World Class Water Utility provider".

 

 

 

 

Telecomunication

There are currently four fixed-line operators, three public telephone operators, six mobile-phone operators, two Internet Service Providers (ISP) and various operators for paging services. Two companies are providing sewerage-treating services in the corridor.

On the Information Technology sector, the state government has initiated the Johor Information Infrastructure (JII) project. This project will not only upgrade the physical telecommunication and networking infrastructure in the state, but will also provide networking services for the public in the future. Under the project, the public will be able to acquire government and commercial services and information on a broadband multimedia network. JII is already operational within the state government's various departments and has made the State Government the first paperless government in Malaysia.

Follow the link below to get more information on current major telecommunication service provider available in Malaysia:

 

 

 



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