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Tag: Energy Commission

No power rate hike from July 1 to Dec 31

The Energy Commission says the current average base tariff rate will remain unchanged at 39.45 sen per kilowatt hour (kWh).

Energy Commission gets new boss

The government also announces Abdul Razib Dawood as the commission's COO.

Brace for possible electricity surcharge, says Energy Commission

Consumers need to be mindful that electricity rebates will not continue forever and must brace for possible imposition of a surcharge, says Energy Commission acting CEO Azhar Omar.

Electricity tariffs maintained for peninsula, Sabah, Labuan

Minister Maximus Ongkili says the government will absorb rising costs of power supply caused by increasing gas prices.

Rebate only given if consumer faces four power outages a year

The Energy Commission has clarified that consumers are only entitled to rebates if they experience power outages four or five times a year, and not four or five times a month as reported by Bernama earlier.

Govt on TNB’s delay in signing PPA

TNB has yet to sign a power purchase agreement with YTL due to certain preconditions TNB has laid down, says ministry.

Tenaga Nasional takes minister to court

Power provider applies to commence a judicial review of directives from the Energy Commission and minister in charge of energy.

Use only original phone chargers, says Energy Commission

It also advises against using handphones while they are being charged following recent electrocution of policeman’s wife.

Archived: Rafizi to push for debate on ‘new move to save...

He alleges that the government has decided to abolish the limit on foreign ownership of power producing companies.

Archived: Tenaga mulls phase 5 expansion of Manjung plant

By Bhupinder Singh KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has plans to increase thermal power generated from coal with further expansion of the generation capacity...

Archived: Consumer ‘drills’ for justice

Despite filing a RM400,000 lawsuit against Carrefour for injuries sustained due to a faulty drill, the High Court only awarded V Sundrum RM10,000 with no costs.