Asian utility focus: How is Malaysia’s TNB thriving in a digitised world?

Chief Strategy Officer at Tenaga Nasional Berhad’s shares his experiences on how the utility - one of the largest in Southeast Asia - is taking advantage of smart grid technology to stay agile and take advantage of markets for non-traditional utility services. Join in this Engerati webinar - in partnership with Asian Utility Week 2017 - to find out more.

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Thu, 2017-05-04 13:00 UTC
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Webinar Agenda

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia with a customer base of eight million people and assets worth $20 billion.

In this live energy webinar, you will hear how TNB is surviving and thriving as the utility landscape shifts and changes.

The utility faces multiple challenges  - of commoditisation, integrating renewables into the grid and providing returns on shareholder value - and TNB’s Chief Strategy Officer will share its experiences in this interactive session.

Megat Jalaluddin Bin Megat Hassan will speak alongside Bryan Spear, MD Asia Pacific at Trilliant, a long-standing technology partner of TNB.

The pair are working together on Malaysia’s first advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) smart grid in Malacca.

Trilliant will deploy its smart communications platform as part of TNB’s multi-year upgrade to its smart meters and AMI infrastructure in a bid to give customers greater control over their energy use.

Key webinar learnings

In this Asian utility case study, you will hear TNB’s experiences of:

  • The transformation journey to becoming a digital utility
  • Distributed generation and the commoditisation of energy
  • Creating value in non-traditional utility spaces
  • The importance of partnerships to drive innovation

Join in this webinar to learn from your utility peer how to survive and thrive in an increasingly digital world.

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TENAGA and Trilliant partnership is welcome for development both of Power Utility and Industry as both of them understand each other and consumers' requirement. Digitisation of services and components/ products become faster to implement and easier to analyse their results/feedback.

I remember TENAGA was the one-time manufacturer of Transformers and then they dispensed off that activity. How has been their experience as manufacture and Purchaser  

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