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1 Electricity Rates
Peninsular Malaysia

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the main electricity power generator and supplier in Peninsular Malaysia.

This tariff is effective from 1st January 2014 and supersedes the previous tariff schedule which was effective on 1st June 2011.

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Sabah

Sabah Electricity Sdn. Bhd. (SESB) generates and distributes electricity in the State of Sabah and the Federal Territory of Labuan, Malaysia's international offshore financial centre. Effective 1st January 2014, the new electricity tariff for Sabah is as follows:

Commercial Tariffs - for offices, shops, restaurants and hotels per kWh
(sen) (US cents)
Tariff CM1 (Low Voltage Commercial Tariff)

1st 200kWh(1-200 kWh)/month

Next kWh(201 kWh onwards)/month


Minimum charge per month: RM15 (US$4.69)
38.50
39.50
12.00
12.30
Tariff CM2 (Medium Voltage General Commercial Tariff)
All units

For each kW of maximum demand per month
Minimum charge per month: RM1,000 (US$312.50)

32.40

23.20

10.10

7.25

Tariff CM3 (Medium Voltage Peak/Off-Peak Commercial Tariff)
For all kWh during the peak period
For all kWh during the off-peak period

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM1,000 (US$312.50)
32.40
19.50

32.60
10.10
6.10

10.20
Industrial Tariffs - for factories per kWh
(sen) (US cents)
Tariff ID1 (Low Voltage Industrial tariff)
All units

Minimum charge per month: RM15 (US$4.69)
37.60 11.80
Tariff ID2 (Medium Voltage General Industrial Tariff)
All units
For each kW of maximum demand per month
Minimum charge per month: RM1000.00 (US$312.50.)

26.80
21.75
8.40
6.80
Tariff ID3 (Medium Voltage Peak/Off-Peak Industrial Tariff)
For all kWh during the peak period 
For all kWh during the off-peak period  

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period
The minimum monthly charge is RM1,000 (US$312.50)

28.60
18.00

28.00

8.90 
5.60

8.80

           Source: Sabah Electricity Sdn. Bhd. - www.sesb.com.my

Sarawak

Sarawak Electricity Supply Corporation (SESCO) generates and distributes electricity in the State of Sarawak.

Commercial Tariffs - for offices, shops, restaurants and hotels per kWh
(sen) (US cents)
Tariff C1 - Commercial

1- 100 units per month

1- 200 units

1- 300 units

1- 400 units

1- 500 units

1- 3000 units

1- 10000 units

1- 20000 units

1- above 20000 units


Minimum charge per month: RM10 (US$3.12)

20.00

24.00

26.00

28.00

30.00

31.50

32.00

31.00

30.00

6.25

7.50

8.13

8.75

9.38

9.84

10.00

9.69

9.38

Tariff C2 -Commercial Demand
All units

For each kW of maximum demand per month: RM16 (US$5.00)
Minimum charge per month: RM16 (US$5.00) per kW x billing demand
24.50 7.66
Tariff C3 - Commercial Peak / Off Peak Demand
Peak period (0700-2400 hours)
Off-Peak period (0000-0700 hours)

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM20 (US$6.25)
Minimum monthly charges:RM20 (US$6.25) per kW x billing demand
25.00


13.90

7.81


4.34

Industrial Tariffs - for Factories per kWh
(sen) (US cents)
Tariff I1 - Industrial
1st 100 kWh
For the next 2900 units per month
For each additional units per month
Minimum charge per month: RM10 (US$3.13)
24.00
25.00
26.00
7.50
7.80
8.13
Tariff I2 - Industrial Demand
All units

For each kW of maximum demand per month: RM16(US$5.13)
Minimum charge per month: RM16 (US$5.13) per kW x billing demand
21.70 6.78
Tariff I3
Peak period (0700-2400 hours)
Off-Peak period (0000-0700 hours)

For each kW of maximum demand per month during peak period: RM20 (US$6.25)
Minimum monthly charges: RM20 (US$6.25) per kW x billing demand
22.90
13.90
7.16
4.34

Source: Syarikat SESCO Berhad - www.sesco.com.my

Exchange rate: US$1 = RM3.20

2 Water Rates
Water Rates

ln Malaysia, state governments are responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of water supplies. Entities for States Water Supply Authorities in Malaysia are; Public Works Department, Water Supply Department, Water Supply Board and Water Supply Company.

per m3
(RM) (US$)
Johor
Industrial/Commercial

0 - 35 m3
More than 35 m3
Minimum charge


2.80
3.30
30.00


0.88
1.03
9.38

Kedah

Commercial

0 - 50 m3
51 - 200 m3
201- 350 m3
More than 350 m3
Minimum charge
(including high rise residential building, commercial building, shopping complex, plantation, farming, and swimming pool except hotel's swimming pool)

Industrial, Hotel and Construction (temporary supply)

0 – 1,000m3
1,001 – 10,000 m3
10,0001- 50,000 m3
More than 50,001 m3
Minimum charge (including swimming pool and theme park)

Special Industry

0 - 10,000 m3
10,001 - 50,000 m3
More than 50,000 m3
Minimum charge

1.40
1.50
1.60
1.80
15.00

1.40
1.60
1.80
2.10
15.00

1.05
1.15
1.20
15.00

0.44
0.47
0.50
0.56
4.69

0.44
0.50
0.56
0.66
4.69

0.33
0.36
0.38
4.69

Kelantan
Commercial
Minimum charge

Industrial
0 - 50 m3
More than 50m3
Minimum Charge
1.72 
17.20


1.76
1.80
17.70
0.54 
5.40


0.55
0.56
5.50
Melaka
Industrial/Commercial

0 - 50 m3 
51 - 100 m3 
More than 100 m3 
Minimum charge



2.00
2.05
2.15
25.00


0.63
0.64
0.67
7.81
Negeri Sembilan
Industrial/Commercial

0 - 35 m3
More than 35 m3
Minimum charge


1.85
2.70
15.00


0.58
0.84
4.69
Pahang
Industrial/Commercial
Industrial use in the approved industrial zones

0 - 227 m3 
More than 227 m3
Minimum charge

Trade
Minimum charge

Part-trade
Minimum charge

Ports



0.92
0.84
30.00

1.45
20.00

0.99
10.00

1.45



0.29
0.26
9.38

0.45
6.25

0.31
3.13

0.45
Pulau Pinang
Industrial/Commercial

0 - 20 m3
21 - 40 m3
41 - 200 m3
More than 200 m3
Minimum charge

Trade(Special)

Flat rate m3
Minimum charge

Trade(Shipping)

Flat rate m3
Minimum charge


0.85
1.05
1.30
1.45
12.00



3.00
12.00



7.00
50.00


0.27
0.33
0.41
0.45
3.75



0.94
3.75



2.19
9.34
Perak
Industrial/Commercial

0 - 10 m3
11 - 20 m3
More than 20 m3
Minimum charge


1.20
1.40
1.61
12.00


0.38
0.44
0.50
3.75
Perlis
Industrial/Commercial

Trade
Minimum charge
Part-trade
Minimum charge


1.30
8.00
1.10
5.00


0.41
2.50
0.34
1.56
Federal Territory of Labuan
Industrial/Commercial
0-35 m3
More than 35 m3
Minimum charge


1.70
2.20
17.00

0.53
0.69
5.31
Selangor
Industrial/Commercial

0 - 35 m3
More than 35 m3
Minimum charge (inclusive public swimming pool, service apartments and shop houses)


2.07
2.28
36.00


0.65
0.71
11.25
Terengganu
Industrial
Minimum charge

Commercial
Less than 70 m3 
More than 70 m3
Minimum charge
1.15
50.00


0.95
1.15
15.00
0.36
15.63


0.30
0.36
4.69
Sabah

Industrial 


0 - 70 m3
More than 70 m3
Minimum charge

Commercial 


0 - 70 m3
More than 70 m3
Minimum charge

1.60
2.00
70.00





1.60
2.00
22.50

0.50
0.63
21.88





0.50
0.63
7.03

Sarawak (Kuching,Sibu,Sri Aman,Miri,Limbang,Sarikei,Kapit)
Commercial

1 - 25 m3
More than 25 m3
Minimum charge

Domestic/Commercial

1 - 25 m3
More than 25 m3&
Minimum charge

Industrial(Except Kuching and Sibu)

1 - 25 m3
More than 25 m3
Minimum Charge



0.97
1.08 
22.00



0.83
0.95
18.70



1.05
1.32
24.20




0.30
0.38
6.88



0.26
0.30
5.84



0.33
0.41
7.56

Sarawak (Bintulu)
Industrial

0 - 23 m3 (min charge)
More than 23 m3

Commercial

0 - 23 m3 (min charge)
More than 23 m3

Domestic/Commercial

1 - 25 m3 (min charge)
More than 25 m3


24.20
1.21



20.90
0.99



0.83
0.95
18.70



7.56
0.38



6.53
0.31



0.26
0.30
5.84

Sarawak (Other parts of Sarawak)
Industrial

0- 25 m3
More than 25 m3 
Minimum charge

Commercial

0 - 25 m3
More than 25 m3
Minimum charge

Domestic/Commercial

0 - 25 m3 
More than 25 m3 
Minimum charge


0.95
1.20
22.00



0.88
0.96
20.00



0.75
0.86
17.00


0.30
0.33
6.88



0.28
0.30
6.25



0.23
0.27
5.31

Source:National Water Services Commission (SPAN) - http://www.span.gov.my

3 Sewarage Rates

Indah Water Konsortium Sdn. Bhd, a company owned by the Ministry of Finance Incorporated, is Malaysia's national  sewerage company which has entrusted with the task of developing and maintaining a modern and efficient sewerage system for all Malaysians.  Since then, Indah Water has taken over the sewerage services from local authorities in all areas except the States of Kelantan, Sabah , Sarawak, Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru and Majlis Perbandaran Pasir Gudang and KETENGAH.

Domestic Customers
Low cost houses and government quarters in categories F,G,H and I (receiving either Individual Septic Tank or Connected Sewerage Services) RM2 (US$0.63)
per month
Houses in Kampung, New Villages and Estates (receiving either Individual Septic Tank or Connected Sewerage Services) RM3 (US$0.94)
per month
Premises and government quarters in categories A,B,C,D and E receiving Individual Septic Tank Services. RM6 (US$1.86)
per month
Premises and  government quarters in categories A, B, C, D and E receiving connected Sewerage Services RM8 (US$2.50)
per month
Industrial Customers
Premises receiving Individual Septic Tanks  Services RM2.00 (US$0.63)
 per head per month
Premises with Connected Sewerage Services RM2.50(US$0.78)
per head per month
Commercial Customer
Monthly sewerage services charges for commercial premises is the sum of the Basic Charge based on the premises Annual Value and the Excess Charge based on average water consumption in excess of 100 meter cube (m3).
Annual Value of Property Monthly basic charge for premises receiving connected sewerage services Monthly basic charge for premises with individual septic tanks
RM US$ RM US$ RM US$
2,000 or less 625 or less 8 3 7 2
2,001 - 5,000 626 - 1,563 14 4 8 3
5,001 - 10,000 1,564 - 3,125 20 6 14 4
10,001 - 20,000 3,126 - 6,250 26 8 19 6
20,001 - 30,000 6,251 - 9,375 29 9 21 7
30,001 - 40,000   9,376 - 12,500 32 10 23 8
40,001 - 50,000 12,501 - 15,625 35 11 25 8
50,001 - 60,000 15,626 - 18,750 38 12 27 8
60,001 - 70,000 18,751 - 21,875 41 13 29 9
70,001 - 80,000 21,876 - 25,000 44 14 31 10
80,001 - 90,000 25,001 - 28,125 47 15 33 10
90,001 - 100,000 28,126 - 31,250 50 16 35 11
100,001 - 200,000 31,251 - 62,500 180 56 120 38
200,001 - 400,000 62,501 - 125,000 495 155 330 103
400,001 - 600,000 125,001 - 187,500 522 163 348 109
600,001 - 800,000 187,501 - 250,000 1,980 619 1,320 413
800,001 - 1,000,000 250,001 - 312,500 2,160 675 1,440 450
1,000,001 - 3,000,000 312,501 - 937,500 4,320 1,350 2,880 900
3,000,001 - 5,000,000 937,501- 1,562,500 8,800 2,750 5,400 1,875
5,000,001 - 7,000,000 1,562,501 - 2,187,500 9,200 2,875 6,000 1,875
More than 7,000,000 More than 2,187,500 9,600 3,000 6,600 2,063
Monthly Excess Charge
Water Usage Excess Charge
Up to 100 m3 No charge
More than 100 m3 30 sen (US$0.094) per m3
More than 200 m3 45 sen (US$0.078) per m3

The excess charges are subject to an annual revision based on the water consumption data for the previous year obtained from the Water Authority.
Source: Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd - www.iwk.com.my

4 Schedule Waste Treatment Rates

Kualiti Alam Sdn. Bhd. is the designated company providing off-site scheduled waste treatment disposal services in Peninsular Malaysia. Its waste management centre is located at Bukit Nanas in Negeri Sembilan. For non-scheduled wastes, collection and disposal rates vary according to location and contractor.

List of Waste Group & Waste Type
Waste Group Waste Type
A Mineral Oil Wastes
Wastes containing lubricating oil, hydraulic oil, etc.
B Organic Chemical Wastes Containing Halogens and/or Sulphur > 1%
Freon, PVC wastes, chloroform, solvents, capacitors and transformers containing PCB, etc.
C Waste Solvents Containing Halogens and/or Sulphur < 1%
Acetone, alcohols (eg. ethanol, methanol), benzene, turpentine, xylene, etc. Waste should be pumpable, containing < 50% water and 18MJ/kg calorofic value
H Organic Chemical Wastes Containing Halogens and/or Sulphur < 1%
Glue, latex, paint, phenol, printing ink, synthetic oils, soap, epoxy, etc.
K Wastes Containing Mercury
Mercury, vapour lamps, COD-fluids, mercury batteries, etc.
T Pesticide Wastes
Insecticides, fungus and weed killers, rat poison, etc
X Inorganic Wastes
Acids, alkaline, sodium hypochlorite, inorganic salts, metal hydroxide sludge, chromate and cyanide waste, etc.
Z Miscellaneous
Medicine wastes, lab-packs, asbestos wastes, mineral sludges, isocyanates (MDI,TDI), batteries, etc.
Organic Wastes for Incineration
Waste Group Packaged Wastes* Bulk Wastes
Pumpable liquid Solid Pumpable liquid Solid
per tonne/ per pallet per tonne/ per pallet
RM    US$ RM US$ RM US$ RM US$
A 810 253 - - 630 197 - -
B 3,150 984 3,600 1,125 - - - -
C 1,350 422 - - - - - -
H/Z 1,890 591 2,790 872 1,800 563 2,700 844
T 3,150 984 3,600 1,125 - - - -
Tenorm Waste for Incineration
Waste Group Packaged Waste*
per tonne / per pallet
Bulk Waste
per tonne / per pallet
RM US$ RM US$
Z 4000 1,250 Not Applicable
Inorganic Wastes for Physical/Chemical Treatment
Waste Group 800-litre Pallet Tank per tonne / per pallet 200-litre Drum per tonne / per pallet
RM US$ RM US$
Acid Wastes Without Chromate (X) 1,440 450 1,620 506
Alkaline Wastes Without Cyanide (X) 1,440 450 1,620 506
Chromate Wastes (X) 1,800 563 1,980 619
Cyanide Wastes (X) 1,800 563 1,980 619
Mercury Wastes (K) 3,600 1,125 3,780 1,181
Inorganic Wastes for Solidification
Waste Group Packaged Wastes* per tonne / per pallet Waste in Bulk per tonne / per pallet
RM US$ RM US$
X / Z 810 253 765 239
Inorganic Waste for Direct Landfill
Waste Group Packaged Wastes* per tonne / per pallet Waste in Bulk per tonne / per pallet
RM US$ RM US$
X / Y 495 155 450 141
Rubber Sludge Waste for Rubber Sludge Landfill
Waste Group Packaged Wastes* per tonne / per pallet Waste in Bulk per tonne / per pallet
RM US$ RM US$
X 700 219 Not applicable
Encapsulation
Waste Group (Z) Packaged Wastes* per tonne / per pallet
RM US$
Contaminated Crushed Drum and Other Contaminated Waste 1,500 469
Cementation
Waste Group (Z) Packaged Wastes* per tonne / per pallet
RM US$
Dry Cell Batteries and Other Miscellaneous Wastes 900 281
*Note:Packaged waste refer to wastes packed in standard 200-litre drums or 1m3 PP Bags.
Transportation Rates
KM State Per Pallet Per Metric Tonne
1st Tier 2nd Tier
Min. 18 pallet above 18 pallet
RM US$ RM US$ RM US$
114 Negeri Sembilan 52.88 16.53 26.44 8.26 66.10 20.66
248 Kuala Lumpur
(Wilayah Persekutuan)
59.73 18.67 29.87 9.33 74.66 23.33
274 Melaka 60.71 18.97 30.36 9.49 75.89 23.72
374 Selangor 65.61 20.50 32.80 10.25 82.01 25.63
652 Perak 79.32 24.79 39.66 12.39 99.14 30.98
722 Johor 82.25 25.70 41.13 12.85 102.82 32.13
760 Pahang 84.21 26.32 42.11 13.16 105.26 32.89
1050 Pulau Pinang 113.59 35.50 56.79 17.75 141.98 44.37
1152 Terengganu 180.17 56.30 90.09 28.15 225.22 70.38
1166 Kedah 181.15 56.61 90.58 28.31 226.44 70.76

Kedah (Kulim) 142.24 44.45 71.12 22.23 177.80 55.56
1190 Kelantan 183.11 57.22 91.56 28.61 228.89 71.53
1240 Perlis 184.09 57.53 92.04 28.76 230.11 71.91

Note: For waste on pallets,the rates are quotes in 2 tiers. The 1st tier is for a minimum of 18 pallets and the 2nd is for any pallets above the minimum 18 pallets in the same consignment.

Source: Kualiti Alam Shd. Bhd. - www.kualitialam.com.my

5 Gas & Fuel Costs
Gas & Fuel Costs
Per litre RM US$
Petrol (Unleaded)
- Retail 1.70 0.53
- Bulk Consumers* 1.85 0.58
Diesel
- Retail 1.55 0.48
- Bulk Consumers* 1.60 0.50
Medium Fuel Oil 2.25 0.70
Per kg RM US$
LPG
- Bottled 1.90 0.59
- Bulk Consumers* 3.52 1.09


Note: Kuala Lumpur prices quoted
* Prices fluctuate from time to time based on contracts and current crude oil market condition.

6 Telecommunications Rates
Telephone Charges

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Package and pricing

The package are terms 'BIZ' developed specially for businesses and associated numbers indicate the download speeds. UniFi Business offers 3 packages, illustrated in below table :

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UniFi has launched BIZ30 (Dynamic IP) and BIZ50 (Dynamic IP) since 16 th February 2011. Refer table below for package details:

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Source : Telekom Malaysia ( https://www.tm.com.my)

7 Internet Service
Lists of Services & Details

UNIFI INSTALLATION

1.1.FTTH Setup

  • Voice for UniFi on FTTH will be served via ONU
  • IPTV & Internet (WiFi) only will be delivered via RG/BG (with TR069 capability)
  • Voice can be offered both via Existing PSTN Infra and UniFi Infra. Voice served from ONU will be given a new PSTN number, while maintaining the existing PSTN number on existing copper
  • Installation time for fibre installation in landed properties will take between 5-8 hours

Refer diagram FTTH setup below:

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  • Voice for UniFi on VDSL2 will be served via VDSL2 modem
  • IPTV & Internet (WiFi) will be delivered via RG (with TR069 capability)
  • High rise buildings utilising Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line 2 (VDSL2) technology will be between 2-3 hours to install

Refer diagram FTTH setup below:

Utilities - TelephoneInternal Setup

  • Internal setup can be classified under standard and optional installation
  • The illustration below shows the maximum cable length allows for internal cabling purpose:

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Standard Installation

  • Standard installation is defined as the normal installation process that is carried out by TM or its Authorised Contractors for UniFi service installation
  • Standard installation are:
  • i.< 15m of fibre cable FTB - BTU
  • ii.< 15m of RJ45 cable BTU – RG – STB/PC
  • iii.< 15m of RJ11 cable BTU – DECT Phone
  • iv.< 30m Raceway (casing for wiring)
  • The illustration below shows the maximum cable length allows for internal cabling purpose:

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Optional Installation

  • Optional installation refers to installation activity that is not covered under the scope of the standard installation provided

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Optional installation are:

  • i.1 unit (5metres) LAN Cable = RM25/unit
  • ii.1 unit (5metres) Phone Cable = RM15/unit
  • iii.1 unit (5metres) Raceway = RM25/unit
  • iv.1 unit (5metres) Fibre Cable = RM50/unit
  • The illustration below shows the optional installation cabling purpose:

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Multiple Line Installation

  • Multiple Line installation are for customer who request more than 2 voice line
  • Equipments that provided for the installation are:
  • i.Single Line Telephone (SLT) with 1 year warranty
  • ii.DECT Phone with 1 year warranty
  • iii.Analog Telephone Adaptor (ATA) with lifetime warranty
  • The illustration below shows the multiple line installation for cabling purpose:

Utilities - TelephoneSource : Telekom Malaysia ( https://www.tm.com.my)

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Last Updated : Friday 17th November 2017