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Electricity Tariff in Malaysia

Electricity tariff in Malaysia will be reviewed under the incentive-based regulation (IBR) framework biannually since 2013. However this only applicable to Peninsular Malaysia under TNB. We have prepared a table for Electricity Tariff in Peninsular, Sabah and Sarawak for your information following water tariff.

 

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

Peninsular Malaysia Tariff / kWh
1 – 200 kWh RM 0.218
201 – 300 kWh RM 0.334
301 – 600 kWh RM 0.516
601 – 900 kWh RM 0.546
> 900 kWh RM 0.571
Minimum Charges RM 3
SST (6%) On usage > 600 kWh

 

Sabah Electricity Sdn. Bhd.

Sabah & Labuan Tariff / kWh
1 – 100 kWh RM 0.175
101 – 200 kWh RM 0.185
201 – 300 kWh RM 0.330
301 – 500 kWh RM 0.445
501 – 1,000 kWh RM 0.450
> 1,000 kWh RM 0.470
Minimum Charges RM 5
SST (6%) On usage > 600 kWh

 

Sarawak Energy Berhad

Sarawak Tariff / kWh
1 – 150 kWh RM 0.180
1 – 200 kWh RM 0.220
1 – 300 kWh RM 0.250
1 – 400 kWh RM 0.270
1 – 500 kWh RM 0.295
1 – 700 kWh RM 0.300
1 – 800 kWh RM 0.305
1 – 1,300 kWh RM 0.310
> 1,300 kWh RM 0.315
Minimum Charges RM 5
SST (6%) On usage > 600 kWh

Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah are under tier traffic, but Sarawak is based on total monthly usage. The higher you use, the more you pay for Sarawak users.

 

Sources:

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) (Effective 1st January 2018)

Sabah Electricity Sdn. Bhd. (Effective 1st January 2014)

Sarawak Energy Berhad (Since 1992)

Water Tariff in Malaysia

Sadly, water tariff will be reviewed and most probably will be increasing in 2019. In the beginning of January 2019, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar hinted water tariff will be increased. The reason given was to protect the consumer’s interest in getting good water quality and ensuring the industry’s services.

Despite his guaranteed will not burden the people, but when we look at the current economy crisis, it does not seems to be a good time to talk about this.

Before the new tariff announce, we have compile a list of  water tariff for residential (individual meter) title for all States in Malaysia.

States Individual Meter
  Tier 1
0 – 20 m³
Tier 2
> 20 – 35 m³
Tier 3
> 35 m³

Minimum
Charges

Johor RM0.80/m³ RM2.00/m³ RM3.00/m³ RM 7
Kedah RM0.50/m³ RM0.90/m³ RM1.30/m³ RM 6
Kelantan RM0.45/m³ RM0.97/m³ RM1.42/m³ RM 4.50
Malacca RM0.60/m³ RM0.95/m³ RM1.45/m³ RM 6
Negeri Sembilan RM0.55/m³ RM0.85/m³ RM1.40/m³ RM 5
Selangor RM0.57/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM 6
Kuala Lumpur RM0.57/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM 6
Labuan RM0.70/m³ RM1.20/m³ RM1.70/m³ RM 7
Putrajaya RM0.57/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM 6
  Tier 1
0 – 18 m³
Tier 2
> 18 – 45 m³
Tier 3
> 45 m³

Minimum
Charges

Pahang RM0.37/m³ RM0.79/m³ RM0.99/m³ RM 3
  Tier 1
0 – 10 m³
Tier 2
> 10 – 20 m³
Tier 3
> 20 m³

Minimum
Charges

Perak RM0.30/m³ RM0.70/m³ RM1.03/m³ RM 3
  Tier 1
0 – 15 m³
Tier 2
> 15 – 40 m³
Tier 3
> 40 m³

Minimum
Charges

Perlis RM0.40/m³ RM0.70/m³ RM1.10/m³ RM 4
  Tier 1
0 – 20 m³
Tier 2
> 20 – 40 m³
Tier 3
> 40 – 60 m³

Tier 4
60 – 200 m³

Penang RM0.22/m³ RM0.46/m³ RM0.68/m³ RM1.17/m³
Tier 5
> 200 m³

Minimum
Charges

Surcharge
> 35 m³
RM1.30/m³ RM 2.50 RM0.48/m³ for water
consumption exceeding
35m³ a month
  Tier 1
0 – 10 m³
Tier 2
> 10 – 20 m³
Tier 3
> 20 – 35 m³

Tier 4
35 – 60 m³

Sabah RM0.30/m³ RM0.60/m³ RM1.10/m³ RM1.30/m³
Tier 5
> 60 m³

Minimum
Charges

Surcharge

RM1.80/m³ RM 3
  Tier 1
0 – 20 m³
Tier 2
> 20 – 40 m³
Tier 3
> 40 – 60 m³

Tier 4
> 60 m³

Terengganu RM0.42/m³ RM0.65/m³ RM0.90/m³ RM1.00/m³
Minimum
Charges
Surcharge
RM 4
Sarawak Tier 1
0 – 14 m³
Tier 2
> 14 – 45 m³
Tier 3
> 45 m³

Minimum
Charges

Bintulu RM 6.60 RM0.61/m³ RM0.66/m³ RM 6.60
  Tier 1
0 – 15 m³
Tier 2
> 15 – 50 m³
Tier 3
> 50 m³

Minimum
Charges

Kapit RM0.48/m³ RM0.72/m³ RM0.76/m³ RM 4.40
Kuching
Limbang
Miri
Sarikei
Sibu
Sri Aman
Other Parts RM0.44/m³ RM0.65/m³ RM0.69/m³ RM 4

Good news is Negeri Sembilan has decided to maintain the current tariff until next revision.

Source: https://www.span.gov.my/document/upload/AtBz79IrBNcxpXRh9R2SXYAcr1cAZ5oK.pdf

Stop Supporting Older Internet Explorer to RMvalues

Internet Explorer 11 Microsoft has stopped to support their older browser Internet Explorer (IE) on 12th January 2016, and only support IE 11. After nearly 2 and half years of supporting them in RMvalues, today onwards we will only support IE 11, older browser users may not able to visit RMvalues by using older version.

We always encourage users to use the latest version of internet browser due to its stability and security enhancement that can protect them from malicious harm.

Some Supported and Recommended Browsers:

  • Microsoft Edge
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Opera