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Tenaga Q1 results ahead of forecast, Maybank Research says

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional’s first quarter (Q1 FY19) results were ahead of expectations but this could be due to timing, Maybank Kim Eng research says.


How tariffs are determined for energy consumers

KUALA LUMPUR: As the next six-month deadline (June 30) draws nearer for the Energy Commission (EC) to reflect changes in fuel and generation costs in electricity tariffs, some quarters expect to see electricity tariffs being reduced to match the international pricing of gas and coal.


Drop in coal, gas prices unlikely to affect electricity tariff

KUALA LUMPUR: The recent drop in global coal and gas prices would not likely affect the electricity tariff in Malaysia as they are still higher than the base prices set during the three-year revision in 2018, says Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB).


Balancing energy cost and sustainability

KUALA LUMPUR: There has been some discussion in the media recently on electricity tariff and how the downward movement of international coal and gas prices in recent months should be reflected in lower tariffs. This has been suggested by various bodies representing both domestic and non-domestic consumers.

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ICPT: An electrifying issue

How will the government deal with rising energy prices?


TNB in focus due to high coal prices

PETALING JAYA: The profitability of Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) hinges on what the government decides on the imbalance cost pass-through (ICPT) mechanism in the next tariff review.

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Fitch upgrades TNB credit rating a notch

KUALA LUMPUR: Fitch Ratings has upgraded Tenaga Nasional Bhd standalone credit profile to ‘BBB+’ from ‘BBB’ and affirmed its long-term foreign and local currency issuer default ratings and senior unsecured rating at ‘A’.


Maybank IB Research upgrades TNB to ‘buy’

PETALING JAYA: Maybank IB Research has upgraded its call on Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) from “hold” to “buy”, citing improved earnings stability for the power company.


Misif: Stop continuous increase in electricity prices

PETALING JAYA: The steel industry is expected to see a rise of 17.3% in annual electricity cost to RM1bil if the new tariff surcharge as announced by the government recently was implemented in March next year.

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Malaysia sees soft power sector growth in 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: Due to adequate reserve margin at 30 per cent and flat economic fundamentals, the power sector does not see much growth in 2018 even though the distribution side is still keeping pace with supply connections to new areas and new demands.