Insight - Tenaga Nasional plans energy transition


Ramping up investments: TNB is hoping to increase its renewable energy capacity to 8,300MW locally and internationally by 2025.

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is preparing infrastructure support for energy transition and hopes the government and regulator will ensure fair returns in their base tariff review.

It is investing into sources of future generation, smart grid technology and enhancing of customer experience.

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