MBS was the third local authority to sign the agreement with TNB to use GSPARX`s expertise in installing and operating rooftop solar modules, after Johor Bahru City Council and Seberang Perai City Council, according to TNB. “This agreement will further enhance TNB REMACO`s reputation as a one-stop service provider for energy-related work and will also identify the TNB REMACO Repair Centre as a regional repair node, in line with TNB`s goal of being a global brand.” The agreement builds on TNB`s long and successful relationship with GE, the world`s leading energy technology and services company. The 750-megawatt Tuanku Ja`afar PD2 power plant with two GE Frame 9FA gas turbines is owned by Tenaga National Berhad (TNB), Malaysia`s largest electricity supplier. The new $31 million agreement marks the second multi-year maintenance program with TNB Repair and Maintenance Sdn Bhd (REMACO). The first multi-year maintenance program with REMACO was for an eight-year contract for Petronas Gas Berhad`s Facilities Utility Plants (CUF), headquartered in Kertih-Gebeng. KUALA LUMPUR (October 27): Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has entered into an agreement with the Seremban City Council (MBS) through its retail arm GSPARX Sdn Bhd for the installation of solar modules on the roof of the Council`s office building. To date, approximately 310 customers have entered into agreements with GSPARX on SARE and direct purchase under the Government`s Net Energy Metering and Self-Consumer Module Program to produce approximately 54 MWp of green electricity. TNB President/Chief Executive Officer, Y. Bhg. Dato` Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh in his opening address said that the three-year agreement underestimates TNB`s promise and commitment to invest in new and more efficient technologies. Access and use of this website is conditional on acceptance and compliance with all the conditions (conditions) set out in this document. Any use and/or continuation of access to this website constitutes consent to these Terms and Conditions.
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has signed an agreement with Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) to install solar modules on four MAB buildings at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) through the GSPARX Sdn Bhd Renewable Energy Retail Arm.