What is TNB?
TNB refers to Tenaga Nasional Berhad. This company is situated in Southeast Asia which boasts of its 69.9 billion MYR worth of overall assets. Moreover, it is considered the largest electric and utility company in Malaysia.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad or TNB primarily serves up to 7 million electric consumers ranging from the Peninsular Malaysia throughout the entire Sabah east via the Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd.
TNB delivers innumerable functions and activities. It is the responsible component, which provides and generates electricity. It also functions for the transmission and distribution of electricity to all its covered areas. Other functions it delivers include the maintenance, testing and repair of the power plants. It provides engineering services, construction along with the procurement of salient services in relation to power plants. It also helps in the construction and assembly of the high voltage switch gears such as trading and coal mining.
The Tenaga Nasional Berhad operates and serves other countries including Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Pakistan and Mauritius.
TNB is currently equipped with a comprehensive power supply scheme. This includes the National Grid that provides up to 500 kV or kilovolt. The Kerinchi Pylon, situated near Menara Telecom in Kuala Lumpur, is considered the tallest electricity pylon that the TNB group owns in Malaysia and the entire Southeast Asia.
The TNB group is operated by subsidiaries oversees and is accountable for the production of high voltage transformers cables and switchgears, architectural, electrical, and civil engineering labors and services. They also provide preservation and refurbish services, consultation services, project management, research and development and development of related property.
The General committee of the Tenaga Nasional Berhad is the owner and plays managerial roles for the process of thermal resources as well as hydroelectric generation system in Peninsular Malaysia. It also has the Independent Power Producer, which services Pakistan.