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Tenaga beat Teachers to win Div 1 title in ice hockey league

FANS of ice hockey enjoyed an energetic and fast-paced game during the finals of the Dexion Ice Hockey League at the Pyramid Ice in Bandar Sunway recently.

Community

Tenaga must improve corporate image first

From DR SATUAN SINGH of Klang

Nation

Petronas not giving out cash to IPPs or Tenaga

Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in the country have enjoyed gas subsidies totalling some RM35.7bil between May 1997 and March this year.

Nation

IPPs draining Tenaga revenues, says CAP

GEORGE TOWN: The Consumers Asso­ciation of Penang (CAP) has urged the Government to end the outsourcing of power generation to independent power producers (IPPs).

Community

Subsidy is from the Government, not Tenaga

KUANTAN: About 100,000 consumers in Pahang are benefiting from a Government subsidy provided for people who use less than RM20 of electricity a month.

Nation

Ex-Tenaga exec claims trial to 15 corruption charges

A former Tenaga Nasional Bhd executive accused of having an interest in a computer company that carries out jobs for the national energy corporation claimed trial to 15 corruption charges.

Community

Tenaga lights up senior citizen’s life

COFFEE shop waiter S. Supramani and his family had to place pails around the house to collect rain water dripping down due to bad roofing during the rainy days.

Nation

Green energy options

TENAGA Nasional Berhad (TNB)’s green solutions were showcased at the recent Asean Super Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Show at the Malaysian International Trade and Exhibitions Centre (Mitec) in Kuala Lumpur.

Nation

TNB shares at a 20-year high

PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s share price surged to a 20-year high a day after the Government announced an increase in electricity tariffs from next year.

Community

Varsity gives out 10,000 free papers to motorists

SOME 10,000 copies of The Star was distributed at three highway toll plazas as part of University Tenaga Nasional’s (Uniten) corporate initiative to promote the reading habit among the public.