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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.



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

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

Sarawak Energy Berhad (Since 1992)

Energy Saving Tips for Office

We had talked about Energy Saving Tips for Home. And now we are going to talk about Office.

If you’re a business man or having your own office, then you should really pay your attention in this topic. 😉

In this topic we are paying attention in the following parts:

  • Lighting
  • Air Conditioner
  • Office Equipment


  1. Make use of daylight whenever possible to reduce lighting costs as office hour is usually day time, so the daylight is highly available.
  2. Cut down the number of lamps in areas with ample daylight.
  3. Keep all windos, lights and light fittings clean to maintain optimum lighting performance.
  4. Replace the incandescent lamps or tungsten halogen “spotlight” lamps with compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) as we talked yesterday in home.
  5. Install occupancy sensors to turn off lights automatically in public areas such as corridors, toilets, pantry etc.
  6. Do not switch on the light when it’s not in use like in meeting room.
  7. Switch off the light during lunch time.

Continue reading Energy Saving Tips for Office

Energy Saving Tips for Home

Electricity tarif for house is increasing few times in the past few years, reduce the energy consumption can save your electricity bill legally. 😉

And in this topic, we will put our concern to the following part:

  • Lighting
  • Air Conditioner
  • Refrigerator
  • Cooker
  • Washing Machine
  • Iron
  • Electronic devices like computer, speaker, radio, television


  1. Switch off the lights that are not in use or when you don’t really need it.
  2. Maximize daylight usage.
  3. Keep light bulbs and light fittings clean to maximize the lighting efficiency.
  4. Replace incandescent lamps like ordinary bulb with compact fluorescent lamps (CFL).

Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) saves up to 75% of electricity consume compared to ordinary bulb, but it can produces the same amount of light and less heat. CFL lasts for 6 to 8 times longer than ordinary incandescent bulb or even more. Continue reading Energy Saving Tips for Home