Tenaga Nasional

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) had its early beginnings in 1949 when the Central Electricity Board (CEB) was set up in the then Malaya for generating and distributing electricity.

Subsequently renamed National Electricity Board (NEB) in 1965 to form Malaysia’s sole provider of electricity generation, transmission and distribution. Following a corporatisation and privatisation exercise by the Malaysian Government in September 1990, Tenaga Nasional was successfully listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) in one of the prominent listing exercises on the local bourse.

TNB today is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia with almost USD33.24Billion in assets. We’re listed on the main board of Bursa Malaysia and employ 35,009 people Group-wide to serve an estimated 9.08 million customers in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Labuan. With our core business of providing electricity to the country’s businesses, homes and industries, we are a key contributor to nation building. Our activities represent the entire electricity production and supply value chain.

Expanding the growth of the conglomerate through the company’s subsidiaries, which segmented into four (4) main categories; Manufacturing, Maintenance & Services, Education & Training, Green & Renewables. These engines of growth complete the value chain of offerings to our customers in and beyond Malaysia. 

While our roots are firmly consolidated with numerous accomplishments within Malaysia, we have also made inroads into the international arena and our growth has already gained footholds in overseas markets, which include Pakistan, India, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom. We will continue to grow, move economies and drive the energy industry by transcending borders whilst shaping a better brighter future for us and the generations to come.

As part of a 20-year strategic plan to become one of the world’s leading power companies by 2025, TNB has also committed itself to implementing green initiatives and developing renewable sources of energy, which complements Malaysia’s target of lowering overall carbon emission by 40 percent by 2020, in line with most of the mature economies in Europe.

As an organization that powers the nation, our reach extends throughout the country. And one of our primary business principles is to enrich the lives of our surrounding communities through our sustainability efforts. Categorized into three (3) pillars of Economy & Social, Education and Environment, our efforts are in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals to transform our world.

TNB continues its efforts to brighten the lives of people that leads to a better future for the nation and its people. 

*Figures as per TNB’s 2017 Annual Report

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