‘Grid of the future’ determines energy transition


Therefore, under the Incentive Based Regulation (IBR) framework, TNB planned to invest RM9bil annually from 2021 to 2024, subject to government approval, to continue its efforts in developing the grid of the future to be a key enabler of energy transition by connecting the entire value chain from generation to delivery and distribution all the way to the customer’s premises.

PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) will continue to give priority to investing in modernising the national grid into the “grid of the future”, a smart grid that remains dependable, resilient to disruption, smart with digital technology and flexible in meeting the nation’s energy transition needs.

In line with the energy transition from using fuel to 31% renewable energy (RE) by 2025, the national grid needed to be equipped with the capability to receive RE to support the dynamic two-way energy flow and at the same time maintained voltage stability.

In line with the energy transition from using fuel to 31% renewable energy (RE) by 2025, the national grid needed to be equipped with the capability to receive RE to support the dynamic two-way energy flow and at the same time maintained voltage stability.In line with the energy transition from using fuel to 31% renewable energy (RE) by 2025, the national grid needed to be equipped with the capability to receive RE to support the dynamic two-way energy flow and at the same time maintained voltage stability.

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