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Going for broke?

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad continues to cause ripples with his comments and accusations about the Abdullah administration. Is there a limit to how far he will go? JOCELINE TAN reports.


Ani: TNB got a raw deal

Lending a historical perspective to the issue of IPPs is former TNB executive chairman Tan Sri Ani Arope, who headed the national utility from 1990 to 1996. It was during his tenure that the first generation IPPs were created.


Power failure rebates

Tenaga Nasional Bhd will have to give rebates to consumers who suffer losses due to power failure.


IPPs seek extension of concessions

I>StarBiz/Ispeaks to officials of IPPs for their views on possible supplementary agreements with TNB and takes a look at the set-up of IPPs in the country.


Analysts: IPPs face uncertain prospects

Independent power producers (IPPs) may face uncertain prospects as a result of negotiations leading to accords supplementary to their present power purchase agreements (PPAs).


Comments from various sectors on the raise in electricity rates

One has to understand the hike in electricity rates, inflation will worsen, there will be an increase in manufacturing costs, it is unacceptable, these are some of the comments from various sectors.


Pak Lah: Accept electricity tariff increase

The electricity tariff increase is fair and should be accepted by all, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.


TNB will talk to IPPs on capacity payments

Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) got the tariff hike it was asking for but not the quantum, and the company is now looking at negotiations with independent power producers (IPPs) to cap its capacity payments as a further boost to the utility company's cashflow and profit.


Electricity up by 12%

Electricity tariff in the peninsula will go up by 12% from June 1.


TNB shares, warrants to see strong buying

Tenaga Nasional Bhd's (TNB) share price and its call warrants are expected to see strong buying interest today after the government announced the long-waited electricity tariff increase yesterday.