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TNB Electricity Supply Application Handbook (ESAH)

TNB Electricity Supply Application Handbook (ESAH)

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Acknowledgement ­­­­
Tenaga Nasional Berhad would like to acknowledge those that have actively contributed towards this effort in revisiting the TNB’s Supply Application Handbook initially launched in 2001. In our endeavor to provide more effective and efficient service to our customers, your inputs have been of tremendous help to us to further improve and add more substance to the initial First Edition. Special thanks to Federation of Malaysia Consumers Association (FOMCA), Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM), Association of Consulting Engineers of Malaysia (ACEM), The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (TEEAM), Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association (REHDA) and Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR) for their written comments and all others that have contributed in more ways than one to the publication of the 2nd Edition of the Supply Application Handbook. 

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CONTENTS

SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION .0 Tenaga Nasional Berhad Electricity System ........................................................................5 .0 Supply Application for Load up to 00kVA ......................................................................  .0 Supply Application for Load Exceeding 00kVA .............................................................� � �.0 Application Process for Streetlight ....................................................................................0 CONNECTION­­­­­­­GUIDELINES .0 Planning for Connection .................................................................................................... .0 Planning and Design Criteria .............................................................................................9 .0 Demand Estimation ...........................................................................................................� �.0 Supply Schemes .................................................................................................................�� METERING­­­­­­­GUIDELINES .0 General ............................................................................................................................5 .0 Single Phase Metering .......................................................................................................5 .0 Three Phase Whole Current Metering ...............................................................................5� �.0 Group Metering For Whole Current Metering ..................................................................55 5.0 LVCT Metering ..................................................................................................................56 6.0 Medium and High Voltage Metering .................................................................................58 GLOSSARY­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­DEFINITIONS ...........................................................................................6 APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................69

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CONTENTS
1.0­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­TENAGA­­­­­­­NASIONAL­­­­­­­BERHAD­­­­­­­ELECTRICITY­­­­­­­SYSTEM.......................................5 5 . Introduction ..........................................................................................................................5 . Distribution Division ...........................................................................................................5 . Kedai Tenaga .......................................................................................................................6 .� Voltages ...............................................................................................................................7 .5 Supply Frequency ................................................................................................................7 .6 Earthing System ...................................................................................................................7 .7 Short Circuit Ratings ...........................................................................................................7 .8 Act, Regulation and Code ....................................................................................................8 .9 Supply Voltage Options .......................................................................................................8 .0 Types of Supply Application ...............................................................................................9 . Consumer Standby Supply ..................................................................................................9 9 . Alternative Source of Supply ..............................................................................................9 9 . Provision of Temporary Supply ........................................................................................0 0 .� Single Tenant Premise .......................................................................................................0 0 .5 Multi Tenanted Premises ...................................................................................................0 0 .6 Turnkey Projects ...............................................................................................................0 .7 Connection Charges...........................................................................................................0 .8 Tariff .................................................................................................................................. .9 Request for Additional or Special Features ....................................................................... .0 Service Level Agreement (SLA)� ....................................................................................... 2.0­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­LOAD­­­­­­­UP­­­­­­­TO­­­­­­­100kVA­­­­­­­ ...........................................  . Purpose .............................................................................................................................. . What the Applicant Should Do .......................................................................................... . What the Electrical Contractor Should Do ........................................................................ .� TNB Supply Lead Time .................................................................................................... .5 Dispute Between Applicant and Electrical Contractor ...................................................... 3.0­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ SUPPLY­­­­­­­ APPLICATION­­­­­­­ FOR­­­­­­­ LOAD­­­­­­­ EXCEEDING­­­­­­­ 100kVA­­­­­­­ ..............................� . Purpose ..............................................................................................................................� � . Application Process ...........................................................................................................� � . Application Parts ...............................................................................................................� � Part A : Authorities Approval Process .............................................................................� � Part B : TNB Technical & Financial Approval Process ...................................................5 5 .� What The Applicant Should Do ........................................................................................6 6 .5 Supply Project Lead Time .................................................................................................7 7 .6 What The Electrical Consultant Engineer Should Do .......................................................8 8 .7 Dispute Between Applicant and Electrical Consultant Engineer ......................................9 9 4.0­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­PROCESS­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­STREETLIGHT ....................................................0 �. Purpose ..............................................................................................................................0 0 �. Types of Applications ........................................................................................................0 0 �. Application by Developer ..................................................................................................0 0 �.� Application by Individuals/ Local Authority/Government Authority ...............................0

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1.1­­­­­­­

TENAGA­­­­­­­NASIONAL­­­­­­­BERHAD­­­­­­­ELECTRICITY­­­­­­­SYSTEM
Introduction The Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)�, a public listed company registered under Companies Act 965, is charged with the following responsibilities • To generate, transmit, distribute and sell energy to consumer throughout Peninsular Malaysia.

• To plan, install, operate and maintain electricity installation for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. To achieve the above objectives, the company owns and operate power plants and the National Grid, and installed for this purpose, consumer service centres, call management centres, substations and administrative offices throughout Peninsular Malaysia. TNB’s core activities are in generation, transmission and distribution of electricity which are being handled by  Divisions : • • • 1.2­­­­­­­ Generation Division Transmission Division Distribution Division

Distribution­­­­­­­Division Distribution Division supplies electricity in strict accordance with the provisions of the Electricity Supply Act 990, the Licensee Supply Regulations 990 and the Electricity Regulations 99� (and all amendments thereto)�. Distribution Division is divided into 2 main regional operational areas where operational efficiency is further enhanced through the creation of  main regional areas, headed by the respective Senior General Managers which covers : Area Region  Region  States Selangor, Wilayah Persekutuan, Putrajaya/Cyberjaya, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor Perlis, Kedah, Pulau Pinang, Perak, Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan

The States are comprised of main jurisdiction areas under the care of Area Managers. Some areas have smaller jurisdiction areas and are managed by Branch Managers. All district offices (areas and branches) have one or more Kedai Tenaga under their jurisdiction. Kedai Tenaga provides functions pertaining to Application for Supply, Billing & Collection, Upgrading of Services and other consumer related activities. The technical aspects of the operations of the areas include planning, designing, construction, and system operation and maintenance that delivers supply to the Consumer. The support departments at the headquarters include Finance, Engineering, Human Resource Management, 5 Materials Resource Management, Strategic Management and Organisational Development and Consumer Services and Marketing.

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1.3­­­­­­­

Kedai­­­­­­­Tenaga Kedai Tenaga is TNB’s Service and Advisory Centre. It provides TNB’s consumers with Consumer Service and Elektrik Bestari, TNB’s first branded service that provides electricity advisory service for the home. There are �5 Kedai Tenaga centres throughout Peninsular Malaysia at your service. Please refer to Appendix  for complete information on Kedai Tenaga centres throughout Peninsular Malaysia. This list is subject to changes and may be reviewed from time to time. Kedai Tenaga is where TNB as a caring and friendly utility touches base with its consumers. At Kedai Tenaga, you may experience directly our value-added services which we have specially made available to you, our valued consumers. Services provided at Kedai Tenaga include: a)­­­­­­­ One­­­­­­­stop­­­­­­­payment­­­­­­­counter­­­­­­­for­­­­­­­all­­­­­­­electricity­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­other­­­­­­­utility­­­­­­­bills. § Come and meet our friendly personnel who will handle all your utility bills transactions. Payment can be made by cash, cheque or credit card. § You can also make arrangements to have your electricity bills paid through banks or ATM cards. § TNB, being a caring company, is always concerned about elderly and handicapped consumers who have genuine problems in settling their bills due to financial difficulties. TNB is aware of the difficulties encountered and special arrangements can be made for easy payment schemes for this group of people. Electricity­­­­­­­supply­­­­­­­application § At Kedai Tenaga, we offer you advice on all matters pertaining to your supply application. § For wiring purposes in your house, you may choose from a varied selection of contractors from our directory of registered electrical contractors. This directory enables you to select a contractor who is base close to your home. It ensures further efficiency and convenience. § We help you to find out the requirements for supply application in your home. Inquiries­­­­­­­pertaining­­­­­­­to­­­­­­­billing­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­others. § Come and visit us to discuss or obtain further clarification on any billing inquiries that you have. Our front line staff will be happy to help you in resolving any problems you might have with these inquiries. TNB­­­­­­­also­­­­­­­offers­­­­­­­the­­­­­­­following­­­­­­­services­­­­­­­to­­­­­­­its­­­­­­­valued­­­­­­­consumers: § Appointments to have the meter read in case the premises are locked during working hours. § Meter change if consumers suspect that the meter is faulty. If a consumer feels that the meter is not recording accurately, a written application should be submitted to have the meter tested. A fee of RM5 will be charged. However, if upon testing the meter it is found that the inaccuracy is more than %, the meter will be replaced and the testing fee of RM5 will be refunded. § Reconnection of supply to consumers’ premises if the supply is disconnected due to change of tenancy (if the premises have been vacant for more than  months)� or nonpayment bill. For disconnection due to nonpayment of electricity bills, outstanding balances need to be paid before electricity supply can be reconnected. § Disconnection of supply if there is a change of tenancy.

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Elektrik­­­­­­­Bestari

TNB provides electricity advisory for the home. Our Kedai Tenaga has an Elektrik Bestari corner which provides consumers with basic information on energy efficiency, safety and related topics. For enquiries on electricity advisory, consumers may enquire at any nearest Kedai Tenaga. 1.4­­­­­­­ Voltages The transmission voltage networks are 500kV, 75kV and kV, whilst the distribution voltages are kV, kV and �5/�0 Volts. However, in the case of certain parts of Johor & Perak the distribution voltages may also include kV and 6.6kV. 1.5­­­­­­­ Supply­­­­­­­Frequency The supply frequency is 50Hz ± %. 1.6­­­­­­­ Earthing­­­­­­­System High­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­Extra­­­­­­­High­­­­­­­Voltage • 3 phase configuration • solidly earthed or impedance earthed • overhead lines and underground cable are used extensively for high and extra high voltage distribution Low­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­415/240V •  phase � wire system • neutral point solidly earthed mixture of overhead lines, underground cables and aerial insulated cables • mixture of overhead lines, underground cables and aerial insulated cables 1.7­­­­­­­ Short­­­­­­­Circuit­­­­­­­Ratings­­­­­­­ As a guide, the maximum fault levels for the various voltage systems are as follows. All equipment proposed to be installed and connected to TNB supply must comply with the stated short circuit ratings: i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. System 500kV 75kV kV 66kV kV kV kV 6.6kV �5/�0 V Short­­­­­­­circuit­­­­­­­rating­­­­­­­for­­­­­­­3s 50 kA �0 kA .5 kA 0 kA 5 kA 0 kA 0 kA 0 kA .5 kA

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1.8­­­­­­­

Act,­­­­­­­Regulation­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­Code The electricity supply and installation practice in Peninsular Malaysia are governed by the following :1 2 3 4 5 Electricity Supply Act 990 – Act ��7 Licensee Supply Regulations 990 Electricity Regulations, 99� Occupational, Safety & Health Act 99� Malaysian Standard MS IEC 606� Electrical Installation of Buildings

1.9­­­­­­­

Supply­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­Options Supply may be provided at any of the declared voltages :75 kV, kV, kV,  kV*, kV, 6.6 kV* and �5/�0V. Generally, supplies to domestic premises are given at single phase -wire or three phase �-wire. However, the actual supply voltage provided depends on the magnitude of the individual applicant’s load requirements :Low­­­­­­­Voltage i. Single-phase, two-wire, �0V, up to  kVA maximum demand

ii. Three-phase, four-wire, �5V, up to �5 kVA maximum demand iii. Three-phase, four-wire, C.T. metered, �5V, up to ,000 kVA maximum demand Medium­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­&­­­­­­­High­­­­­­­Voltage i. Three-phase, three-wire and kV for load of ,000 kVA maximum demand and above

ii. Three-phase, three-wire, kV or kV for load of 5,000 kVA maximum demand and above iii. Three-phase, three-wire, 66kV, kV and 75kV for exceptionally large load of above 5 MVA maximum demand It should be noted that voltages other than the above classifications couldn’t be provided by TNB. However, consumers can make their own transformation arrangements where necessary.

∗ System for certain parts of Johor and Perak only.

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Types­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Application All new applications and upgrade of supply requirement can be classified into three (3) types of supply applications. 1)­­­­­­­ Supply­­­­­­­Application­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Load­­­­­­­Up­­­­­­­To­­­­­­­100kVA • Supply usually from existing supply mains • Submission of applications to TNB by Electrical Contractor registered with the Energy Commission • Connection of supply may take a maximum of  weeks upon approval from the local authorities 2)­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Application­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Load­­­­­­­Exceeding­­­­­­­100kVA • Supply may require establishment of new substation/substations • Submission of applications to TNB by Consultant Engineer • Connection of supply may take a minimum of 6 months depending on the extent of electrical infrastructure required and approval from the local authorities 3)­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Application­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Streetlight • Application made by the local authority/government department • Application by developer • Application by individual For any supply involving co-generating, a separate licence need to be obtained from the relevant governing authority.

1.11­­­­­­­

Consumers­­­­­­­Standby­­­­­­­Supply Standby generator(s)� may be used by the applicant at their premises, subject to compliance with the relevant laws. The generators shall remain a separate system from TNB distribution system and the applicant shall declare to TNB on the safe installation of the generator(s)�. This may be used in place of TNB’s supply source through a suitable, approved changeover facility under emergency conditions. The Energy Commission and other relevant authorities govern the generators and standby supply.

1.12­­­­­­­

Alternative­­­­­­­Source­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Supply A large consumer may require an alternative source of supply. TNB will provide such alternative supply at an additional cost.

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1.13­­­­­­­

Provision­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Temporary­­­­­­­Supply Temporary supply can be installed for a period of 6 months. Supply is intended for purposes of electric supply for temporary work site, festivals and celebrations. The applicant shall provide a suitable corridor for installation of supply mains and site for metering point. The meter will be installed at a meter board provided by the applicant. The Electrical Contractor shall test the installation. If the requirement exceeds 6 months, the approval shall be subject to availability of supply Application for temporary supply shall be separately submitted, stating the load requirements. The applicant will be charged full cost and according to the appropriate tariff plus an additional % surcharge on the total monthly bill.

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Single­­­­­­­Tenant­­­­­­­Premises If the supply is for a single tenant only (the owner, the developer or the landlord)� then the entire supply will be metered at the applicant’s incoming switchboard. The consumption will be charged at the appropriate tariff rates.

1.15­­­­­­­

Multi­­­­­­­Tenanted­­­­­­­Premises If the supply is for multi tenanted premises where part of the supply is intended for the owner, developer or landlord, and the rest for the tenants in the building, the landlord’s supply and each of the tenant’s supplies will be separately metered and billed by TNB. The owner, developer, or landlord shall provide, own, maintain and repair at his own expense the electrical systems in the buildings including adequate and necessary rising and lateral mains. The design, installation and operating of such electrical systems shall comply with requirements of all the relevant authorities including the Energy Commission’s and TNB’s.

1.16­­­­­­­

Turnkey­­­­­­­Projects In certain cases, the applicant may apply to undertake the planning and installation of the electrical systems (including overhead lines, switchgears, cables, based on TNB’s specifications and requirements) with the assistance of Electrical Consultant Engineer(s) and Electrical Contractor(s). Under the ‘turnkey’ concept the applicant will then hand over the entire electrical system to TNB. A separate discussion on this will have to be conducted with TNB.

1.17­­­­­­­

Connection­­­­­­­Charges Please refer to the Statement of Connection Charges booklet available at the Kedai Tenaga. The booklet is subjected to change as may be published from time to time. 

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Tariff Please refer to the Tariff booklet available at the Kedai Tenaga. Tariffs are subjected to change as may be published from time to time and approved by the Minister of Energy, Water and Telecommunication

1.19­­­­­­­

Request­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Additional­­­­­­­Or­­­­­­­Special­­­­­­­Features Any request for additional or special features eg special request for an additional feeder by applicant, the applicant will have to pay the full cost of the additional request.

1.20­­­­­­­

Service­­­­­­­Level­­­­­­­Agreement­­­­­­­(SLA) Offer is open to all housing developers to enter into a Service Level Agreement (SLA)� with TNB when applying for electricity supply for housing development (as prescribed under the Housing Development (Control and Licensing)� Act 966)�. The scope of the SLA includes the time frame process for connection of supply and the duties and obligation by TNB and housing developers in ensuring the electricity supply is connected to the housing projects within the stipulated time to avoid delays in handing over houses to the purchaser. Please refer to the Kedai Tenaga for details on the SLA. 

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2.1­­­­­­­

SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­LOAD­­­­­­­UP­­­­­­­TO­­­­­­­100kVA­­­­­­­
Purpose The application for the supply of electricity with load up to 00kVA which is for a  phase low voltage system is outlined here.

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What­­­­­­­The­­­­­­­Applicant­­­­­­­Should­­­­­­­Do The applicant should take the following steps to apply for supply of electricity up to 00kVA for a -phase low voltage system.
Steps 1 Action Appoint an Electrical Contractor who is registered with The Energy Commission, who will act on their behalf and submit the application for the applicant using the Supply Application Form available at Kedai Tenaga. Reference The Electrical Contractor must be registered with the Energy Commission Statement of Connection Charges booklet available at any Kedai Tenaga

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Settle connection charges billed by TNB through the Electrical Contractor After completion of TNB’s work (before installation of meter), the applicant shall: • Deposit a sum of money equivalent to  months bill or as reviewed from time to time. For deposit of more than RM,000, the applicant can settle either in cash or Bankers Guarantee • Sign electricity supply contract with TNB through the appointed­­­­­­­ Electrical Contractor

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Tariff booklet available at the nearest Kedai Tenaga

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What­­­­­­­The­­­­­­­Electrical­­­­­­­Contractor­­­­­­­Should­­­­­­­Do The Electrical Contractor appointed by the applicant should take the following action:
Steps 1 Action Submit application for the applicant using the Supply Application Form available at Kedai Tenaga. All documents in checklist must be completed, duly endorsed by the appropriate competent person(s)� of the appropriate category and attached with the application. 2 After TNB has : • validated compliance to checklist • conducted analysis of supply connection • reviewed connection charges and issue bill to contractor The applicant shall settle connection charges to TNB. 3 After­­­­­­­TNB­­­­­­­has implemented work on site, the Electrical Contractor shall: • Submit G and H form certifying the internal installations have been tested • Arrange for applicant to sign supply contract with TNB • Arrange appointment for meter installation with TNB Reference

Appendix 

Statement of Connection Charges Booklet available at any Kedai Tenaga

Tariff Booklet available at nearest Kedai Tenaga 

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TNB­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Lead­­­­­­­Time The flowchart for the application process is as outlined in Appendix 2.­­­­­­­TNB supply lead-time will take up to  weeks depending on the approval from the local authorities.

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Dispute­­­­­­­Between­­­­­­­Applicant­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­The­­­­­­­Electrical­­­­­­­Contractor In the event of a dispute between the applicant and the Electrical Contractor and the applicant wishes to terminate the services of the Electrical Contractor, the applicant shall duly notify the Electrical Contractor concerned in writing with the copy extended to TNB. TNB shall not be a party to any dispute or litigation arising thereof. 

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SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­LOAD­­­­­­­EXCEEDING­­­­­­­100kVA
Purpose To explain the process for supply application with load exceeding 00kVA.

3.2­­­­­­­

Application­­­­­­­Process The application process incorporates not only TNB requirements but taking into account the Government Development Plan Approval Process in Peninsular Malaysia (except Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya)� issued by the Bahagian Perancangan Dasar & Pembangunan Kementerian Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan: 00 Edition. The inclusion of the said Government procedure shall ensure : • Infrastructure planning and approval process of the TNB complements the National Policy • TNB as a member Agency of the Government Development Plan Committee has to ensure complete transparency of its process through timely responses to Development Plan Approval Process • TNB Supply Application Process ensures complete agreement of Distribution Division’s plans and the Consultant Engineers submissions especially on the location and size of substations needed for the supply of electricity to the development area, and is valid for  years after the approval from the Jabatan Perancang Bandar & Desa (JPBD)�.

3.3­­­­­­­

Application­­­­­­­Parts There are two parts to the application :
Part A B Function Requirement of Approval from the Government’s Development Plan Approval Process TNB Application Requirement after completion of Part A Reference Appendix � & 5 Appendix 7

PART­­­­­­­A­­­­­­­:­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Authorities­­­­­­­Approval­­­­­­­Process­­­­­­­ The part A process approval that involves TNB’s technical comments is as shown in Development Plan Approval Process in Appendix � & 5. At each application process, TNB requires a processing time of up to 0 days to complete the comments for Jabatan Perancang Bandar & Desa (JPBD)�. The main process can be summarised as follows :
Stage  Submit Development Plan The Consultant Engineer submits development plan application for the proposed development to JPBD. All plans must be prepared by a licensed surveyor. The comments from all relevant technical agencies including TNB are required prior to approval by JPBD. Description 

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Stage  TNB­­­­­­­Register­­­­­­­Application

Description

The Consultant Engineer/JPBD submits application to TNB complete with required details as in Checklist in Appendix 6. TNB will: • Acknowledge receipt and gives a file number, which is used as reference in any dealings with TNB.

Study the proposal. Match the existing system network and determine method of supply.  Mutual­­­­­­­Understanding­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Plan Both TNB and Consultant Engineer will conduct discussion to agree to technical requirement such as substation number, size, location, site and consumers main switch room. In case of a dispute on TNB proposal, the Consultant Engineer shall refer to the relevant State General Managers. A discussion shall be arranged by the relevant State General Managers to arrive at an agreement. � TNB­­­­­­­Submit­­­­­­­Comments­­­­­­­to­­­­­­­JPBD­­­­­­­ TNB submit to JPBD the proposed development plans including all technical comments using TNB official stamp as required by JPBD. JPB approves the proposed development plan. The validity is subjected to: - confirmation of layout details and precomputation plans - no changes in development -  years extension 5 TNB Application for Electricity Supply above 00KVA process starts (Part B)�

PART­­­­­­­B­­­­­­­:­­­­­­­­­­­­­­TNB­­­­­­­Technical­­­­­­­&­­­­­­­Financial­­­­­­­Approval­­­­­­­Process Part B process is the TNB Application Process for Electricity Supply above 00 KVA as outlined in Appendix 7. The process starts after the completion of Part A (Authorities Approval Process)�. The Process in Part B can be summarised as follows:
Stage  Submit­­­­­­­Application The Electrical Consultant Engineer submits application for the Electricity Supply to the nearest Kedai Tenaga. Complete details as in Appendix 6 must be submitted with the application. TNB will issue an acknowledgement letter to the Electrical Consultant Engineer as in Appendix 8 using the same file reference given during Part A (Authorities Approval Process).  Documentation­­­­­­­Check­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­System­­­­­­­Study TNB will advise on the necessary amendment to the consultant by telephone or letter. The Electrical 5 Consultant Engineer is to ensure that all the amendments are done and resubmitted to TNB. Description

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Stage  Joint­­­­­­­Meeting­­­­­­­

Description

TNB will restudy the amendments and arrange for a joint meeting with the Electrical Consultant Engineer for final acceptance of the technical requirements. Activities of both parties will be recorded in the Joint Meeting Action Log as in Appendix 9. � Connection­­­­­­­Charges TNB will issue a Notice of Connection Charges to the Electrical Consultant Engineer as per Appendix 0. 5 Electricity­­­­­­­Infrastructure­­­­­­­Agreement­­­­­­­(Optional) The applicant may decide to enter into an Electricity Infrastructure Agreement with TNB with regard to TNB scope of work, charges and timely connection. 6 Discussion­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Preparation­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Site­­­­­­­Work After payment of connection charges, the Electrical Consultant Engineer will arrange for pre start work discussion and site and substation building hand over. 7 Construction­­­­­­­Completion­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Substation­­­­­­­Energising TNB will manage the construction work and is responsible for the commissioning of substations. The energising of supply by TNB will normally be done at the same time as the installation of the meters. For HV supply, the supply shall be energised in the presence of the Electrical Consultant Engineer and for LV consumers in the presence of the Electrical Contractor. 8 Supply Application By The Electrical Contractor The Consultant Engineer advises the Electrical Contractor to submit supply application for load requirement up to 00kVA, normally for individual applicant. The process is the same as outlined in Section .

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What­­­­­­­The­­­­­­­Applicant­­­­­­­Should­­­­­­­Do The applicant should take the following action in applying for supply application for load exceeding 00KVA.

Steps 1

Action • Appoint one ()� Electrical Consultant Engineer for each supply application • Submit an appointment letter of the Electrical Consultant Engineer allowing him to act on behalf of the applicant to TNB.

Reference Appendix  

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Steps 2

Action After approval from JPBD and TNB completion of work plan, the applicant settles connection charges to TNB at any Kedai Tenaga.

Reference

Statement of Connection Charges Booklet available at The applicant may decide to enter into an Electricity Infrastructure Agreement with Kedai Tenaga TNB with regard to TNB scope of work, charges and timely connection. • Provide the substation(s)� land and building(s)� to TNB by: - Leasing the substation land at a nominal value of RM0.00 to TNB, or - Transfer the substation land at a nominal value of RM0.00 to TNB • The Certificate of Fitness of the substation building/compartment shall be handed to the TNB. The transfer of the land title should be finalised prior to the handing over of site. In the absence of the land title, the applicant is to prepare a Bank Guarantee for TNB for the period of twelve ()� months and shall be renewed until the land title is transferred to TNB or registration of lease to TNB Delay in title transfer may affect project implementation. TNB have the right to use the substation to supply electricity to other consumers. Statement of Connection charges booklet available at Kedai Tenaga

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Applicants are required to: • Deposit a sum of money equivalent to  months bill or as reviewed from time to time. For deposit of more than RM ,000, the applicant can settle either in cash or Bankers Guarantee. • Sign electricity supply contract with TNB through the appointed­­­­­­­Electrical Contractor.

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Supply­­­­­­­Project­­­­­­­Lead­­­­­­­Time The lead-time for supply connection depends on a number of factors including the type of premises, the electrical load required and the location of the premises and approval of the local authorities. Applicants should submit their applications for supply as early as possible giving the necessary information of their requirements to the nearest Kedai Tenaga. They must also inform TNB of the progress of their project(s)�. The above measures are necessary to ensure that TNB’s supply projects are coordinated with the construction and wiring installation at the applicants’ premises, and thus avoid any delay in connection of supply. The typical supply project lead time required by TNB is as follows: 

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Requirement  kV and above  kV  kV �5 V and below 3.6­­­­­­­ What­­­­­­­The­­­­­­­Electrical­­­­­­­Consultant­­­­­­­Engineer­­­­­­­Should­­­­­­­Do

Supply­­­­­­­Project­­­­­­­Typical­­­­­­­Lead­­­­­­­Time  years – 5 years 8 months -  years 6 months –  months Less than 6 months

The Electrical Consultant Engineer plays a major role to represent the applicant and ensure compliance with other relevant government departments and TNB. The Electrical Consultant Engineer is advised to observe the steps as outlined below:
Steps 1 Action • • Submits application for the proposed development to JPB and TNB All plans must be prepared by a Licensed Surveyor

Liaise with TNB to come up with a mutual understanding of plan and to get approval by JPBD Submits application for the electricity supply to Kedai Tenaga. Complete details as outlined in Appendix 6 and  must be submitted with the application. The application must be accompanied by  copies of the following :i)� ii)� iii)� iv)� v) vi)� Location plan Site plan showing the lot number(s)� The plan of the proposed substation (when relevant)� The proposed electrical wiring system designs The proposed consumer’s switchroom (where applicable) The approval of the building plans by the relevant Authorities

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• Clearly state details of the applicants supply requirements. Provide a comprehensive description of the proposed development and a list including all detail of the connected loads, motors/appliances, the associated ratings, type of motor starter and their arrangements (where applicable)�. • Submit the metering requirements for CT Meters as in Appendix 20. 3 Ensure that all the amendments are complied with and resubmitted to TNB. • • 4 • Ensure that the applicants main switchroom shall be located adjoining the TNB’s substation or as mutually agreed to be most appropriate under the specific design Provide appropriate cable trenching from the TNB’s substation to the main switchroom and a panel/cubicle for metering or a free standing meter cubicle in the case of high voltage installation in the consumer’s switchroom or substation Ensure that consumer switchgears, control gears, transformers, relay panels, switchboards, metering current transformer, potential transformer etc. to be connected to TNB’s system must be approved by the Energy Commission. Appoint an Electrical Contractor for wiring up the premises Provide installation test results and protection settings for all CT metered applicants.

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Ensure that the wiring and the installation work of applicant’s equipment shall be supervised by competent person(s). 

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Steps
7 8

Action
Advise applicant to submit application form through registered Electrical Contractor. The process is the same as outlined in Section . Advise applicant to deposit a sum of money equivalent to  months bill or as reviewed from time to time. For deposit of more than RM,000 the applicant can settle either in cash or Bankers Guarantee.

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Dispute­­­­­­­Between­­­­­­­Applicant­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Electrical­­­­­­­Consultant­­­­­­­Engineer­­­­­­­ In the event of a dispute between the applicant and the Electrical Consultant Engineer and the applicant wishes to terminate the services of the Electrical Consultant Engineer, the applicant shall duly notify the Electrical Consultant Engineer concerned in writing with the copy extended to TNB. TNB shall not be a party to any dispute or litigation arising thereof. 

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4.1­­­­­­­

Application­­­­­­­Process­­­­­­­for Streetlight for­­­­­­­Streetlight
Purpose This procedure outlines the process for the application for streetlight.

4.2­­­­­­­

Types­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Applications­­­­­­­ The three ()� types of application for streetlights are: • Application made by the local authority/government authority • Application by developer • Application by individual

4.3­­­­­­­

Application­­­­­­­by­­­­­­­Developer The local authority or developer should take the following steps to apply for streetlight. Steps   Action Appoint a Consultant Engineer and an Electrical Contractor that is registered with the Energy Commission. The application is made together with the supply application for a new housing development with all the load details of the proposed public lighting that is approved by the local authority.

4.4­­­­­­­

Application­­­­­­­By­­­­­­­Individuals/Local­­­­­­­Authority/Government­­­­­­­Authority The application process is similar for both individuals and local authority or government authority. Individuals must already have an account with TNB. The installation of streetlight depends on: • Installation of streetlight on existing TNB pole • Installation involving additional poles IF Installation of streetlight on existing TNB pole Installation involving additional poles THEN Consumer submits application to the Kedai Tenaga. The applicant settles the full cost of additional new pole/poles installed. 

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Page CONTENTS ­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ 1.0­­­­­­­ PLANNING­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­CONNECTION­­­­­­­......................................................................................... . Declaration Of Loads And Its Characteristics ............................................................................  .. Supplies at �5V and �0V .............................................................................. ... Technical Requirements For Connection ............................................  .. Supplies at 75kV, kV, kV, kV, kV and 6.6kV ...............................  .. Supplies To Embedded / Distributed Generators ............................................. � ... Planning Data Requirements For Connection of Embedded / Distributed Generators......................................................................... � ... Pre-connection Studies For Embedded / Distributed Generators ....... 7 . Other Information Requirements .................................................................................. 8 2.0­­­­­­­ PLANNING­­­­­­­­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­DESIGN­­­­­­­CRITERIA­­­­­­­............................................................................... 9 . Steady-State Supply Voltage Performance .................................................................... 9 . Supply Security Level ................................................................................................... 9 2.2.1 Adopted Security Level Definitions For TNB Distribution System ................ 0 .. Supply Security Level to Consumers ............................................................... 0 .. Request For Higher Supply Security Level ..................................................... 0 . Power Quality ............................................................................................................... 0 .. Power Quality Requirements ........................................................................... 0 .. Scope ................................................................................................................  .. Voltage Dips/Sags ............................................................................................  ..� Voltage Step Change ........................................................................................  ..5 Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker .....................................................................  ..6 Harmonics ........................................................................................................ 5 ..7 Voltage Unbalance ........................................................................................... 8 .� Short-Circuit Levels ...................................................................................................... 9 .5 Protection Requirements ............................................................................................... �0 .5. Basic Requirements ..........................................................................................�0 2.5.2 Specific Requirement ........................................................................................�0 .5. Protection System Evaluation Process ............................................................. � 3.0­­­­­­­ . . . .� 4.0­­­­­­­ DEMAND­­­­­­­ESTIMATION ...........................................................................................� Demand Estimates For Consumer Sub-Classes Or Premises ........................................� Group Diversity .............................................................................................................� Demand Estimates For A Mixed Development Area .................................................... � Demand Projection And Substation Requirements For LV Scheme ............................. �

SUPPLY­­­­­­­SCHEMES..................................................................................................................�� �. Maximum Demand Levels And Supply Schemes .........................................................�� �. Substation Categories, Type & Design ..........................................................................�� �.. Sub-Station Categories .....................................................................................�� �.. Land Or Building Size Requirements For Sub-Station ....................................�6 �.. Type Of Fire Fighting System For The Sub-Station .........................................�7 �. Standard And Special Feature Design Schemes ............................................................�7 �.� Supply Schemes For Interconnection To Embedded Generators .................................. �7 

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SECTION­­­­­­­1:­­­­­­­PLANNING­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­CONNECTION Sets of data and information are to be furnished by Electrical Contractors and Electrical Consultant Engineers acting on behalf of consumers or developers at the time of application of supply and prior to connection of supply. Based upon submitted data and information, TNB will plan for the connection system to satisfy the planning and design criteria and use the best engineering practices to ensure reasonable cost of equipment, materials and workmanship as well as reasonable time period for connection of supplies.

1.1­­­­­­­DECLARATION­­­­­­­OF­­­­­­­LOADS­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­ITS­­­­­­­CHARACTERISTICS TNB requires adequate information on magnitude and characteristics of the loads to be consumed by consumer or installation.

1.1.1­­­­­­­Supplies­­­­­­­at­­­­­­­415V­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­240V For supplies at Low Voltages of �0V and �5V, the Consumer shall, in the appropriate application forms for connection obtainable from TNB provide the following data. (a)� Maximum power requirements in kVA; (b)� Types and number of equipment and its corresponding connected capacity in kVA; (c)� Shunt connected reactors and capacitors in kVAr; (d)� The date when connection is required; (e)� For single-phase �0V motors with rating of greater than 6kVA and/or three-phase �5V motors with rating greater than 75kVA, the following information shall be provided for each motor; (i)� Rating in HP or KVA; (ii)� Types of control equipment; (iii)� Methods of starting and starting current; (iv)� Frequency of starting (number/hour)�; and (v)� Rated power factor; (f)� Voltage sensitive loads (indicating sensitivity)� Where a preliminary examination of the above data indicates that more detailed information is required, the consumer shall provide additional information upon request by TNB. 

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1.1.1.1­­­­­­­Technical­­­­­­­Requirements­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Connection For connections at Low Voltage the consumer’s installation shall comply with the Electricity Supply Act 1990 and any regulations made there under­­­­­­­and Malaysian Wiring Regulations and any requirements specified by TNB based on Malaysian MS-IEC Standards. In the case of connections to Consumers at Low Voltage, TNB has the responsibility to specify any technical requirements for the connection. This includes specification of technical requirements associated with loads which may give rise to voltage fluctuations and harmonics.

1.1.2­­­­­­­Supplies­­­­­­­at­­­­­­­275kV,­­­­­­­132kV,­­­­­­­33kV,­­­­­­­22­­­­­­­kV,­­­­­­­11kV­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­6.6kV For supplies at voltages of 75kV, kV, kV, kV, kV and 6.6kV, the Consumer­­­­­­­shall provide comprehensive information on the loads and their characteristics including but not limited to the following: a)� For all types of loads: (i)� Maximum Active Power consumption in kW; and (ii)� Maximum Reactive Power­­­­­­­consumption in kVAR. For motor loads: (i)� Types of control equipment; (ii)� Methods of starting; (iii)� Magnitude and duration of the starting current; (iv)� Frequency of starting (number/hour)�; (v)� Under voltage setting and time; (vi)� Negative phase sequence protection; and (vii)� Sub-transient and/or locked rotor reactance of the motor. For nonlinear loads with harmonic current injections: (i)� Harmonic current spectrum including harmonic number and the corresponding maximum current. For fluctuating loads: (i)� The rates of change of Active Power and Reactive Power consumption in kW/minute and kVAR/minute respectively, both increasing and decreasing; (ii) The shortest repetitive time interval between fluctuations for Active Power and Reactive Power in minutes; and (iii)� The magnitude of the largest step changes in Active Power and Reactive Power in kW and kVAR respectively, both increasing and decreasing.

b)�

c)�

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e)�

For voltage sensitive loads: (i)� steady-state voltage tolerance limits of the equipment in percentage of the nominal voltage; (ii)� intrinsic immunity limits to short duration voltage variation; (iii)� transient voltage tolerance limits of the equipment in percentage of the nominal voltage and the corresponding duration; (iv)� harmonic current emission limit for equipment. For Shunt Connected Reactors and Capacitors: (i) configuration and sizes of individual banks; (ii)� types of switching and control equipment; and (iii) types of harmonic filtering reactors. Should a preliminary examination of the above data indicate that a more detailed information is required, the consumer shall provide the information upon request by TNB. TNB upon receipt of the data and information should perform assessments of the impacts of the loads on TNB’s distribution system. Consumers shall then be advised on TNB’s design of supply scheme and other technical requirements to be complied with by the consumers to ensure system performance is within the limits or standard.

f)�

1.1.3­­­­­­­Supplies­­­­­­­To­­­­­­­Embedded­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Distributed­­­­­­­Generators 1.1.3.1­­­­­­­ Planning­­­­­­­Data­­­­­­­Requirements­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Connection­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Embedded­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Distributed­­­­­­­Generators­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Embedded / distributed generator installations are treated as a different consumer class. For the purposes of planning the connection of a Distributed Generator to the Distribution System, TNB requires sufficient information to model the generating plant and carry out engineering studies for determining the method of connection to be employed, the voltage level of connection and its impacts on the Distribution System. The Distributed Generator shall provide the following information to TNB for planning purposes.

(a)� For all Generating Units
(i)� (ii)� (iii)� (iv)� (v)� (vi)� (vii)� (viii)� (ix)� (x)� (xi)� Terminal voltage; Rated kVA; Rated kW; Maximum Reactive Power sent out or minimum lagging power factor; Maximum Reactive Power absorbed or minimum leading power factor; Type of Generating Unit – synchronous, asynchronous, etc. Type of prime mover; Type of voltage control; Generating Unit sub-transient reactance; Generating Unit transformer details; Requirements for Top-Up Supply and/or Standby Supply. 

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Should a preliminary examination of the above data indicate that more detailed information is required; the Distributed Generator shall provide additional information as follows upon request by TNB. (b)� For a Generating Unit with a capacity greater than  MW, the following additional information shall be provided to TNB by the Distributed Generator: (i)� Generating Unit electric and mechanical data (all impedance (unsaturated)� in p.u. of rating and time constants in seconds)� • Type of prime mover • Rated MVA • Rated MW • Generating Unit rotor and turbine moment of inertia or inertia constant • Generating Unit MW / MVAR capability chart\ • Type of excitation system • Stator resistance • Direct-axis sub-transient reactance • Direct-axis transient reactance • Direct-axis synchronous reactance • Quadrature-axis sub-transient reactance • Quadrature-axis transient reactance • Quadrature-axis synchronous reactance • Direct-axis sub- transient open circuit time constant • Direct-axis transient open circuit time constant • Quadrature-axis sub-transient open circuit time constant • Quadrature-axis transient open circuit time constant • Zero sequence resistance • Zero sequence reactance • Negative sequence resistance • Negative sequence reactance • Generating Unit open circuit saturation curve (ii)� Generating Unit transformer data • MVA rating • % resistance • % reactance • Tap range in p.u. • Tap step in p.u. • Vector group • Method of earthing 

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(iii)� Automatic voltage regulator (AVR)� data • A block diagram for model of the AVR including the data in gains, forward and feedback gains, time constant and voltage control limits and limit characteristics. (iv)� Speed governor and prime mover data A block diagram for the model of the generating unit speed governor including its control parameters, time constants, gains, valve limits, temperature controls, deadbands, turbine rating, maximum and minimum power, penstock parameters, tunnel parameter, surge chamber parameters and all other relevant data. Should a preliminary examination of the above data indicate that more detailed information is required; the Distributed Generator shall provide additional information upon request by TNB.

(c)�

For Fixed Speed Asynchronous Induction Generating Units the following data may be required: • Stator Current at unity power factor • Stator Current max at lagging power factor • Stator Current min at lagging power factor • Magnetizing reactance • Stator resistance • Stator reactance • Inner cage or running rotor resistance • Inner cage or running rotor reactance • Outer cage or standstill rotor resistance • Outer cage or standstill rotor reactance • For the above state whether derived from inner outer cage or running-standstill measurements • Slip at rated output per unit • Load torque-speed coefficient B • Load torque-speed coefficient C • Inertia constant for generator prime mover drive chain Note: The torque-speed (T-N) relationship is defined as: T = T0 (A + BN = CN2) where A = 1.0 – B – C Therefore only B & C are needed. Alternatively a per unit torque-speed curve can be provided. • Describe method of adding star capacitance over the operating range 

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• •

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Capacitance connected in parallel at % of rated output Starting 0% �0% 60% 80% 00% Maximum starting current in Amps Starting Regime - Symmetrical RMS current at time t from energisation: - t = 0 ms - t = 50 ms - t = 00 ms - t=s - t=5s The operating chart to show range of reactive import and export with compensation as a function of Active Power. Details of the turbine and governor model, described in block diagram form showing transfer functions of individual elements

The Distributed Generator will need to provide the above characteristic for each asynchronous Generating Unit based on the number of pole sets (i.e. Two data sets are required for dual speed �/6 pole machines)�. For large sites, with multiple machines, the Distributed Generator may alternatively provide an equivalent network modelled as an asynchronous Generating Unit with matching Generating Unit Transformer at the Connection Point. This equivalent should also model the site electrical network and power factor correction, etc. Should a preliminary examination of the above data indicate that more detailed information is required; the Distributed Generator shall provide additional information upon request by TNB. 1.1.3.2­­­­­­­ Pre-Connection­­­­­­­Studies­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Embedded­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Distributed­­­­­­­Generators The following pre-connection studies are necessary for the purpose of designing the interconnection facilities for embedded / distributed generators:(i) System studies of embedded / distributed generator installation encompassing load flow, short-circuit, stability, load rejection or islanding studies and protection coordination studies. The part of preconnection studies is to be carried by a consultant appointed the owner of embedded / distributed generator. The associated costs shall be borne by the owner of embedded generator. The results of study will be presented to TNB for evaluation. 

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(ii)�

TNB upon receiving the above study and other necessary data shall conduct an integrated study of the interconnected systems. The scope of study will include load flow, short-circuit, stability and protection coordination studies. The costs of this study will also be borne by the owner of generator seeking interconnection with the distribution system.

1.2­­­­­­­ OTHER­­­­­­­INFORMATION­­­­­­­REQUIREMENTS Other sets of information as listed below are necessary for TNBD to plan for connection of supply to consumers. . Site plan or location plan (see Appendix )� indicating the geographical position of the premises/buildings of consumers. This information is essential for TNB to locate TNB’s infrastructure nearest to the prospective consumers. . Layout plan (see Appendix )� for developed/proposed development. This information is necessary for TNB to locate sub-station locations, if not previously identified, and feeder routes for MV or LV networks. Sketched layout plans are required for individual or group applications less than 00KVA. Additional information, which needs to be specified in the supply application form, is the position of prospective consumer with respect to LV system or sub-station in terms of distance and estimated number of spans of LV feeders. . Building layout plans are particularly useful for indicating services entrance location/positions, position of substations and consumer switch rooms. �. Sub-station layout plan for both sub-stations integrated into a building or in separate building. 5. Consumer switch room layout indicating location of main switchboard, service cable entry position and necessary ducting or trenching. 6. Wiring diagrams of installation to be approved and endorsed by Electrical Consultant Engineer for demand greater than 00kVA. The single line drawing of the installation must encompass the complete installations indicating incoming switches, main and sub-switchboards, main protection for incoming TNB supply as well as sub-circuit protection, metering schemes, conductor sizes, major equipment e.g motors etc., standby generators, capacitor banks. Ratings of switchgears and components must also be indicated. 7. Appendix � is the form which registers the consent or acknowledgement of developer/owner for leasing/transfer of sub-station lot to TNB. This form is to be submitted by Electrical Consulting Engineers, acting on behalf of consumers, for projects requiring substations. Appendix­­­­­­­6 is a checklist for reference to consumers, electrical contractors and consultant engineers on range data or information required at the supply application processing stage. 

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SECTION­­­­­­­2.0­­­­­­­­­­­­­­PLANNING­­­­­­­­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­DESIGN­­­­­­­CRITERIA­­­­­­­ TNB in developing the connection system or supply infrastructure needs to satisfy a set of planning and design criteria which are described in this section. 2.1­­­­­­­STEADY-STATE­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­VOLTAGE­­­­­­­PERFORMANCE (a)� Steady-State Voltage Fluctuation under Normal Condition Under normal condition, when all circuit elements are in service, the distribution network including the points before the consumer metering must be planned to be maintained as is table - below:Table 2-1: Steady -state voltage level fluctuation limits under normal conditions

Voltage­­­­­­­level �5V and �0V 6.6kV, kV, kV,kV kV and 75kV
(b)�

%­­­­­­­variation -0% & +5% +/- 5% -5% & +0%

Steady-State Voltage Fluctuation under Contingency Condition Under contingency condition, when one or more circuit elements are on outage, the power frequency steady-state voltage at all points in the distributor’s distribution system including the points before the consumer metering must be planned to be maintained as follows: Table -: Steady-State Voltage Fluctuation Limits under Contingency Condition

Voltage­­­­­­­level �5V and �0V 6.6kV, kV, kV,kV kV & 75kV

%­­­­­­­variation +/- 0% +0 & -0% +/- 0%

2.2­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­SECURITY­­­­­­­LEVEL Supply security of a distribution system network defines the availability of supply to consumers following the occurrence of supply interruption. Systems and necessary network management infrastructure may be designed to meet any of the standardized security level definitions currently adopted by TNB as indicated in table 2-3. 

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2.2.1

Adopted Security Level Definitions For TNB Distribution Systems Table -: Security Levels for Distribution Network

Security­­­­­­­Level Level  Level  Level  Level �

Average­­­­­­­Restoration­­­­­­­Period Less than 5 seconds Less than 5 minutes Less than � hours Less than � hours

2.2.2­­­­­­­ Supply­­­­­­­Security­­­­­­­Level­­­­­­­to­­­­­­­Consumers­­­­­­­ For supplies to consumers at voltage levels of 6.6kV, kV, kV and kV, large part of the network are generally designed to facilitate an average supply restoration of less than � hours. For supplies at �0V and �5V, the restoration period may vary beyond � hours depending on the type of network fault. 2.2.3­­­­­­­ Request­­­­­­­for­­­­­­­Higher­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Security­­­­­­­Level However, TNB can design the supply scheme to meet higher security level requirement of individual consumer or group of consumers. All additional costs involved in providing the higher security level shall be borne by the consumer. 2.3­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ 2.3.1­­­­­­­ POWER­­­­­­­QUALITY­­­­­­­ Power­­­­­­­Quality­­­­­­­Requirements 

... The electromagnetic disturbance covers the following phenomena: a. Voltage fluctuations and flickers b. Harmonics up to order of 50th c. Voltage dips and short supply interruptions d. Voltage unbalance e. Inter-harmonics up to 50th f. Voltage distortions at higher frequencies (above 50th harmonics)� g. Transient overvoltages h. Power frequency variation i. Dc components j. Mains signaling 

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For the purpose of this­­­­­­­ guideline, Power Quality is defined as the degree to which the voltage at the point of connection to the consumer of the Distribution Network is maintained to be Sinusoidal at Rated Voltage Magnitude and Frequency. In this guideline only items a to d are considered. 2.3.1.2 This section specifies the Power Quality requirements of the electricity supply to be delivered to the consumers in the TNB distribution system in terms of voltage and frequency to be within specific limits so that the consumer s’ equipment directly connected to the TNB distribution system can operate safely within its design performance without suffering undue damage or breakdown. Likewise this guidelines shall be complied with by all consumers connected and who intend to be connected to the TNB distribution system. ... In order to achieve the required Power Quality, these guidelines will be used by TNB in planning, developing, maintaining and operating the distribution system and in connecting Distributed Generation and Demand to the distribution system. ...� In cases where, the nature and operation of the new types of plant and equipment to be connected to the distribution system is perceived to be likely to cause problems to customers connected to the System, but not fully covered by this guidelines, expert advice will be sought to ensure the appropriate remedial measures are put in place.

2.3.2­­­­­­­

Scope 

... This guidelines covers most of the power quality related phenomena generated by various types of plant and equipment connected to the distribution system as well as those generated by the transmission system. In each particular case the Distribution Power Quality that should be maintained is indicated together with the remedial approach and responsibilities of parties.

2.3.3­­­­­­­

Voltage­­­­­­­Dips/Sags

2.3.3.1 This guidelines does not specifically cover the requirements for transient phenomena which can affect the voltage level known as voltage “dip” or “sag” and “swell” usually experienced during system faults and the subsequent recovery period, which can adversely affect some customer equipment sensitive to such changes. Currently, there is no local or international guidelines that has been established to specify requirements of the supply voltage to the consumers with respect to the magnitude and duration of voltage dips and swells. 

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... Guidelines and guides that exist with respect to voltage dips and swell are those that describe the environment in which the sensitive voltage equipment may experience which include typical number of voltage sag experiences and their duration. The main purpose of such guidelines is to ensure that equipment designed to be connected to the distribution systems to be compatible with the supply voltage performance in terms of various power quality problems including voltage sags. ... Malaysian Standard MS 760:00� “Guides on Voltage Dips and Short Interruptions on Public Electric Power Supply Systems” contains definitions and descriptions of voltage sags and short interruptions. MS1760:2004 is based on IEC 6000--8 with some limited data on the characteristics for Malaysia. The purpose of the Guides is to discuss voltage dips and short interruptions primarily as phenomena observed on public supply systems and its effects on voltage sensitive equipment receiving supply from such systems. 2.3.3.4 There exist standards on immunity of equipment to supply voltage fluctuations and distortion with defined magnitude and duration of voltage dips and harmonics. IEC 6000- series of guidelines set out the supply characteristics e.g. IEC 6000-.8 as indicated above. IEC 6000- series of guidelines sets out the compatibility levels which should be achieved when designing electrical equipment which may give rise to voltage fluctuations and harmonic distortion and when connecting such equipment to the distribution system, which will give immunity to interference to similar equipment connected to the distribution system. MS IEC 6000-�- & MS IEC 61000-4-34 series of standards specifies test methods. ...5 Some equipment suppliers and trade organisations also specify the immunity levels for certain types of equipment for example Semiconductor Industry Guidelines SEMI F�7, Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturing Association CBEMA Compatibility Guidelines. ...6 TNB­­­­­­­ shall upon request from any customer advise the consumer having connected voltage sensitive loads or intending to connect voltage sensitive loads in their installation to take into account the short duration electromagnetic disturbance phenomena for selecting equipment with proper maximum intrinsic immunity.

2.3.4­­­­­­­

Voltage­­­­­­­Step­­­­­­­Change 

..�. Limits of voltage changes due to Load, frequent and infrequent operational switching of Load both by TNB and the consumer are defined table 2.3.4.1. These limits are based on UK’s Engineering Recommendation P2�� on “Planning Limits for Voltage Fluctuations Caused by Industrial, Commercial and Domestic Equipment in the United Kingdom”, 989. 

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Table ..�.: Voltage limits on switching of load Load­­­­­­­Starting/Switching Starting/switching once or twice a year Infrequent single starting/switching or disconnection of Load – once in two hours or more hours. Including capacitor or reactor bank Frequent starting/switching and/or disconnection of Load (e.g., Many times in a day)� Limit­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­ Change 6% 

% 

%

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Voltage­­­­­­­Fluctuations­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­Flicker 

..5. The limits of Flicker that are acceptable on the distribution system are in accordance with the “Engineering  Recommendation P8, Issued by The Electricity Council of UK in 989 entitled Planning Limits for Voltage Fluctuation Caused by Industrial, Commercial and Domestic Equipment in the United Kingdom”. TNB uses the procedures contained in this document to plan the connection of Fluctuating Loads and applies the limits therein in measuring and monitoring the levels of Flicker at such points of connection. 2.3.5.2 In accordance with the �Engineering Recommendation P2��”, voltage fluctuations at a Point of Common .2 Coupling with a fluctuating Load directly connected to the Distribution System shall not exceed: (a)� % of the voltage level for step changes, which may occur repetitively. Any large voltage excursions other than step changes or less frequent step changes may be allowed up to a level of % provided that this does not constitute a risk to the distribution system or, in TNB’s view, any other party connected to the distribution system. (b)� The planning limits for the Short and Long Term Flicker Severity applicable for Fluctuating Loads connected to the distribution system are as set out in the table below. 

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Table 2.3.5.2 : Maximum allowable flicker severity TNB­­­­­­­distribution­­­­­­­system Voltage­­­­­­­Level­­­­­­­at­­­­­­­which­­­­­­­the Fluctuating­­­­­­­Load­­­­­­­is Connected 500, 75 and kV Less than kV Absolute­­­­­­­Short Term­­­­­­­Flicker Severity­­­­­­­(Pst) .0 0.8 Absolute­­­­­­­Long Term­­­­­­­Flicker Severity­­­­­­­(Plt) 0.8 0.6 

..5. In connecting a Fluctuating Load at a particular point or Point of Common Coupling it is necessary to assess the total Flicker due to the Fluctuating Load itself and the background Flicker measured at that point. In assessing the total Flicker TNB shall use the so called “RSS Rule”. This assessment is carried out by the RSS Rule by obtaining the sum of the squares of the Flicker from the Fluctuating Load and the background Flicker, with the square root of this sum yielding the total assessed Flicker at that Point of Common Coupling due to the specific Fluctuating Load and the background Flicker at that point. 

..5.� Connection of more than one Fluctuating Load at the same Point of Common Coupling or addition of further Fluctuating Load at the same location is carried out on a �first come first served” basis on the distribution system. This means that whilst the first Fluctuating Load may be within the allowable Flicker limits and not require any Flicker mitigation or compensation equipment, the second Fluctuating Load which may cause violation of Flicker limits will be obliged to invest in appropriate Flicker mitigation or compensation equipment. At the planning stage, in carrying out the assessment of the total Flicker due to more than one Fluctuating Load connecting at a particular Points of Common Coupling, TNB shall use the methodology described in P8. 

..5.5 In assessing the level of Flicker due to a Fluctuating Load at the planning stage the assessment will be carried out at a realistic System operating condition giving the minimum number of connections with which that point on the System can be operated within normal voltage limits and following Secured Contingency Events. This condition shall be considered as representative of the type of System conditions under which the Flicker due to a Fluctuating Load will be at its highest value as the voltage fluctuations due to the Fluctuating Load will be at their highest level under such conditions. 

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..5.6 If under the operating conditions described in ..5.5 the Flicker due to a Fluctuating Load exceeds the limits then Flicker compensation, which will reduce the Flicker to an acceptable level shall be installed. For the avoidance of doubt the acceptance Criteria for Flicker is the 95% values of Short and Long Term Flicker Severity i.e., Pst and Plt will be below the limits specified in table 2.3.5.2. Here the 95% values mean the values of Flicker Severity measured and observed during 95% of the total observation period. The System overall performance yardstick for the level of Flicker reduction to be achieved shall be based upon enabling connection of other similar Fluctuating Load and/or permitting for future extension and development of the location with further Fluctuating Load installations. The Flicker compensation method and equipment to be used shall be of a type that does not cause resonance problems with the existing and intended future developments of the distribution system. ..5.7 If the permissible Flicker limits cannot be met even with installation of Flicker compensation at a particular Points of Common Coupling at a particular System voltage level then connection of the Fluctuating Load at a higher voltage level or elsewhere in the System shall be considered. The connection point of choice will need to have to experience lower voltage fluctuations than the first connection point considered under the operational conditions in ..5.5.

2.3.6­­­­­­­

Harmonics 

..6. All plant and equipment connected to the Distribution System, and that part of the TNB distribution system at each connection site, should be capable of withstanding the following distortions of the voltage waveform in respect of harmonic content. The maximum total levels of Harmonic Distortion at any connection point on the distribution system from all sources under both planned outage and Secured Contingency Event conditions, unless abnormal conditions prevail, shall not exceed: (a)� at kV and kV, a Total Harmonic Distortion of % with no individual harmonic voltage greater than that shown in the tables X; (b)� at kV and 6.6kV, a Total Harmonic Distortion of �% with no individual harmonic voltage greater than that shown in the tables Y; (c)� at �5V and below, a Total Harmonic Distortion of 5% with no individual harmonic voltage greater than that shown in the tables Z; (d)� infrequent short duration peaks may be permitted by TNB to exceed the above levels for harmonic distortion; 

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..6. A Consumer who intends to connect non-linear loads to the TNB system shall carry out assessment harmonic . distortion levels for the connection of each non-linear Load to the Distribution System. TNB will verify the results of the assessments. 

..6. Consumers shall ensure that the Immunity Level of their plant and Apparatus is compatible with the . electromagnetic disturbances present on the System including harmonics. 

..6.� In assessing the level of harmonic distortion and individual harmonic levels at the planning stage, the assessment .� will be carried out at a realistic system operating condition giving the minimum number of connections with which that point on the system can be operated within normal voltage limits and following secured contingency events. This condition shall be considered as representative of the type of system conditions under which the harmonic distortion and individual harmonic levels will be at their highest level. 

..6.5 If under the operating conditions describes in ..6. (a)� the harmonic distortion and individual harmonic levels .5 due to the load exceed the limits then harmonic filters which will reduce the harmonics to an acceptable level shall be installed to bring the levels within limits. The system overall performance yardstick for the level of harmonic reduction to be achieved shall be based upon enabling connection of other similar harmonic producing load and/or permitting for future extension and development of the location with further harmonic producing load installations. 

..6.6 The planning limits of harmonics that are acceptable of the distribution system are in accordance with MS .6 IEC 6000--6 “ Assessment of emission limits for distorting loads in MV & HV power systems”, and where appropriate Engineering Recommendations G5/� is adopted. 

..6.7 TNB uses the procedures contained in this document to plan the connection of loads producing harmonics and .7 applies the limits therein in measuring and monitoring the levels of harmonics at such points of connection. These are given in summary in the tables below. 

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Table X: Planning Levels for Harmonic Voltages in TNB distribution systems >0kV to �5kV (kV and kV)� including background harmonics Odd­­­­­­­Harmonics (Non-multiple­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­3) Order “h” 5 7   7 9  5 >5 Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) 5.0 (.0)� �.0 (.0)� .0 (.5)� .5 (.5)� .6 (.0)� . (.0)� . (0.7)� . (0.7)� 0.+0.5(5/h)� Odd­­­­­­­Harmonics (Multiple­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­3) Order “h” Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) Even­­­­­­­Harmonics Order “h”  � 6 8 0  > Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) .6 (.0)� .0 (0.8)� 0.5 0.� 0.� 0. 0. 

9 5  >

�.0 (.0)� . (.0)� 0. 0. 0.

The total harmonic distortion level is 6.5 % (%)� Values in brackets are the Engineering Recommendation G5/� levels.

Table Y: Planning Levels for Harmonic Voltages in TNB distribution systems 6.6kV and kV including background harmonics Odd­­­­­­­Harmonics (Non-multiple­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­3) Order “h” 5 7   7 9  5 >5 Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) 5.0 (.0)� �.0 (.0)� .0 (.0)� .5 (.0)� .6 . . . (0.7)� 0.+0.5(5/h)� Odd­­­­­­­Harmonics (Multiple­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­3) Order “h” Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) Even­­­­­­­Harmonics Order “h”  � 6 8 0  > Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) .6 (.5)� .0 0.5 0.� 0.� 0. 0. 

9 5  >

�.0 (.0)� . 0. 0. 0.

The total voltage harmonic distortion level is 6.5 % (�%)� Values in brackets are the Engineering Recommendation G5/� levels. 

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Table Z: Planning Levels for Harmonic Voltages in TNB distribution systems �5V and below including background harmonics Odd­­­­­­­Harmonics (Non-multiple­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­3) Order “h” 5 7   7 9  5 >5 Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) �.0 �.0 .0 .5 .6 . . 0.7 0.+0.5(5/h)� Odd­­­­­­­Harmonics (Multiple­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­3) Order “h” Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) Even­­­­­­­Harmonics Order “h”  � 6 8 0  > Harmonic­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­(%) .6 .0 0.5 0.� 0.� 0. 0. 

9 5  >

�.0 . 0. 0. 0.

The total voltage harmonic distortion level is 5% Note: The above table shows the Engineering Recommendation G5/� levels. TNB is in the process of adopting IEC levels and the values in the above table will be updated later

2.3.7­­­­­­­ Voltage­­­­­­­Unbalance ..7. All plant and equipment connected to the distribution system, and that part of the distribution system at each connection site, should be capable of withstanding the following distortions of the voltage waveform in respect of Voltage Unbalance at the planning stage. )� Under planned outage conditions, the maximum negative phase sequence component of the phase voltage on the distribution system­­­­­­­should remain below % unless abnormal conditions prevail. )� Under the planned outage conditions, infrequent short duration peaks with a maximum value of % are permitted for Voltage Unbalance, subject to the prior agreement of TNB under the connection agreement. TNB will only agree following a specific assessment of the impact of these levels on TNB and other Customers’ plant and equipment with which it is satisfied. 

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3) At the terminals of a Customer’s installation or specific Load the Voltage Unbalance voltage shall not exceed % for 5 occasions within any 0 minute time period. �)� In terms of traction Loads connected to the distribution system the acceptable limits of Voltage Unbalance are in accordance with “Engineering Recommendation (E/R)� P9, issued by the Electricity Council of UK in 98� entitled “AC Traction Supplies to British Rail” and its successor document P 9 issued in 990 “Planning Limits for Voltage Unbalance in the United Kingdom”. TNB uses the procedures contained in this document to plan the connection of Loads producing Voltage Unbalance and applies the limits therein in measuring and monitoring the levels of unbalance at such points of connection. ..7. In assessing level of Voltage Unbalance at the planning stage the assessment will be carried out at a realistic System operating condition giving the minimum number of connections with which that point on the System can be operated within normal voltage limits with maintenance outages and following Secured Contingency Events. This condition shall be considered as representative of the type of System conditions under which the Voltage Unbalance will be at its highest value. 

..7. If under the operating conditions described earlier the Voltage Unbalance due to the Load exceeds the limits then balancing compensation equipment, which will reduce the unbalance to an acceptable level shall be installed to bring the levels within the limits. The System overall performance yardstick for the level of unbalance reduction to be achieved shall be based upon enabling connection of other similar unbalance producing Load and/or permitting for future extension and development of the location with further unbalance producing Load installations. The balancing compensation equipment to be installed shall be of a type that does not cause resonance problems with the existing and intended future developments of the distribution system.

2.4­­­­­­­SHORT-CIRCUIT­­­­­­­LEVELS­­­­­­­ TNB network are design and operated in order to remain within the limits of short-circuit levels as in Table -�. TNB equipment design are specified to the same S.C rating. Consumer equipment at the point of interface or part of the interconnection design shall also the minimum S.C rating. TNB may provide indicative or prospective fault level in terms of X/R ratio at the interface point with consumer, if so required for detailed installation design. Values in table -� gives the maximum short-circuit level at the various voltage levels. 

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Table -�: Short-circuit levels for various voltage levels

Supply­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­Level 75kV kV kV kV & kV 6.6 kV �5V & �0V
2.5­­­­­­­PROTECTION­­­­­­­REQUIREMENTS 2.5.1­­­­­­­Basic­­­­­­­Requirements

S.C­­­­­­­Rating �0 kA for s .5 kA for s 5 kA for s 0 kA for s 0 kA for s .5 kA for s

In all cases, the basic requirement is that the consumer’s arrangements for protection at the connection point, including types of equipment and protection settings, must be compatible with standard practices on the TNB’s system, and be as TNB specifies during the application for supply process. This is especially critical for MV and HV consumers. 2.5.2 Specific Requirements Consumers shall take into consideration the following specific protection practices of TNB in designing their installation: (a)� Maximum clearance times (from fault current inception to fault clearing)� must be within the limits established TNB in their short circuit rating policy for the distribution system. Auto-reclosing or sequential switching features may be used on TNB’s distribution system. TNB will provide details on the operating sequence utilised for the supplies on the proposed installation so the consumer can plan for this in the design and protection of his facility. On some of TNB’s distribution systems, certain types of faults may cause disconnection of one phase only of a three-phase supply.

(b)

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2.5.3­­­­­­­Protection­­­­­­­System­­­­­­­Evaluation­­­­­­­Process Consumer’s installation to supplied at 11kV and above shall provide the appropriate and matching protection scheme to support the desired operation of the designed supply scheme. The reliability of the equipment, protective devices and protection systems being deployed at the consumer connection or interface points may effect the reliability of TNB’s supply system. Submission of schematic of installation indicating proposed protection schemes for incoming Submission of device specifications & test results

points

Review of installations protection scheme and design of supply scheme to consumer

Submission of Protection Coordination Studies of internal installation & proposed setting

Consumer advised on required changes to match planned supply schemes

TNB performed integrated protection coordination studies & confirm setting

Witness testing and verification at site before commissioning

Fig - Protection System Evaluation Process Figure - above illustrates the steps involved in the evaluation of protection schemes.

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SECTION­­­­­­­3.0:­­­­­­­DEMAND­­­­­­­ESTIMATION Supply schemes and networks are to be adequately designed or dimensioned to meet initial and growth of consumer individual and group maximum demand. The demand estimates are based upon load declared by consumer and TNB’s own information on load profile characteristics for various consumer classes. Range of values are given as demand profile are known to varies according to geographical location of consumers around the TNB service areas in Peninsular Malaysia. Fairly accurate assessment of individual and group demand of consumers are critical for correct dimensioning of network or facilities in meeting the initial and future demand of consumers as imposed on the network. 3.1­­­­­­­Demand­­­­­­­Estimates­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Consumer­­­­­­­Sub-Classes­­­­­­­Or­­­­­­­Premises Table - and - indicates the typical ranges of maximum demand for domestic and shop-lots or shop-houses respectively. These values shall be subjected to revisions based upon of latest results load profiling studies. Table -: Range of maximum demand (M.D)� for domestic consumer sub-classes or premises

No:    � 5

Type­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Premises Low cost flats, single storey terrace Double storey terrace or apartment Single storey, semidetached Single storey bungalow & three-room condominium Double storey bungalow & luxury condominium

Minimum­­­­­­­ (kW) .5 .0 .0 5 8.0

Average (kW) .0 �.0 5.0 7.0 

Maximum­­­­­­­ (kW) .0 5.0 7.0 0 5

Table -: Range of maximum demand (M.D)� for types of shop-houses

No:    � 5

Type­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Premises Single storey shop house Double storey shop house Three storey shop house Four storey shop house Five storey shop house

Minimum­­­­­­­ (kW) 5 5 0 5 0 �

Average­­­­­­­ (kW) 0 0 0 5 �0

Maximum­­­­­­­ (kW) 5 5 5 �5 55

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3.2­­­­­­­Group­­­­­­­Diversity Group diversity is applied in the computation of unit demand and group demand. The typical values for diversity factors for various consumer classes is as in the table below. Table -: Typical Group Diversity Values

Consumer­­­­­­­classes Domestic Less than 0 consumers More than 0 consumers Commercial or industrial Less than 0 consumers More than 0 consumers

Group­­­­­­­Diversity­­­­­­­factors 0.80 0.75 0.80 0.75

3.3­­­­­­­Demand­­­­­­­Estimates­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­A­­­­­­­Mixed­­­­­­­Development­­­­­­­Area. Accurate determination of the maximum possible demand for a newly proposed development is critical in the effective long-term planning of supply network within the specific area. Adequate land areas for transmission main intakes (PMU /kV, /kV, /kV)�, major distribution stations (PPU /kV, /kV)�, sub-stations (PE /. �5kV, /. �5kV)�, underground cable and overhead line routes will have to be allocated at the layout approval stage by the relevant authorities. The total demand will indicate the supply voltage and target network configuration for the whole development area. Network facilities will be developed in phases in tandem with physical development. Site selections for PMU, PPU, sub-stations and feeder routes are normally made to achieve optimal technical performance of network and costs based on the planned target network. Appendix 15 indicates the sample M.D worksheet for a mix development area to be filled up and submitted to TNB at the supply application stage. 3.4­­­­­­­Demand­­­­­­­Projection­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Substation­­­­­­­Requirements­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­LV­­­­­­­Scheme Demand projection of a new development area, say a proposed housing scheme, determines the number of sub-station requirements (/. �5kV)� in the design of low voltage system. Appendix 16 indicates the method for determining the overall numbers and capacity of sub-station for a typical housing or commercial scheme based upon the projected demand growth.

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SECTION­­­­­­­4:­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­SCHEMES Based upon consumer declared demand level and required security level, supply schemes to consumers are appropriately designed to meet these requirements and planning criteria as discussed in section . 4.1­­­­­­­ Maximum­­­­­­­Demand­­­­­­­Levels­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Schemes

The table below indicates the typical schemes for various demand levels of individual consumers. In the case of maximum demand (M.D)� ranges of 5MVA to 0MVA, the supply voltage options of either kV or kV will ultimately be determined by the predominant supply voltage where the prospective consumer is to be connected. Consumers with M.D approaching 000kVA have the option of taking supply at kV. Table �-: Typical supply schemes for various M.D levels

M.D­­­­­­­ranges­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­individual­­­­­­­ consumer Up to  KVA kVA to 00kVA 00kVA to 000kVA 000kVA to 5000kVA 000kVA to 0000kVA 5000kVA to 5000kVA Above 5000kVA
4.2­­­­­­­ 4.2.1­­­­­­­

Supply­­­­­­­ voltage �0V �5V �5V kV kV kV

Typical­­­­­­­supply­­­­­­­scheme Overhead services from LV mains. Three phase overhead or underground cable service from existing LV mains. Direct cable service from LV board from a sub-station Directly fed through TNB kV switching station Directly fed through TNB kV switching station Directly fed through TNB kV switching station 

kV , Directly fed through TNB kV and 75 kV 75kV switching station respectively

Substation­­­­­­­Categories,­­­­­­­Type­­­­­­­&­­­­­­­Design Sub-station­­­­­­­categories

a. Transmission Main Intake (Pencawang Masuk Utama-PMU)� Transmission Main Intake is the interconnection point of kV or 75kV to the distribution network. The standard transmission capacity and voltage transformation provided at the PMU are as follows:-

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/kV,  x 90 MVA /kV,  x 60 MVA /kV,  x 0 MVA

b. Main Distribution Sub-station (Pencawang Pembahagian Utama- PPU)� Main Distribution Sub-station is normally applicable to kV for interconnecting kV networks with kV networks. It provides capacity injection into kV network through a standardized transformation of /kV.

c. Main Switching Station (Stesyen Suis Utama- SSU)� SSU at kV, kV and kV are established to serve the following function:. To supply a dedicated bulk consumer ( kV, kV, kV)� . To provide bulk capacity injection or transfer from a PMU/PPU to a load center for further localized distribution.

d. Distribution Substation (Pencawang Elektrik – P/E)� Distribution sub-stations are capacity injection points from kV, kV and sometimes kV systems to the low voltage network (�5V, �0V)�. Typical capacity ratings are 000kVA, 750kVA, 500kVA and 00kVA. Conventional substation designs are of indoor type (equipment housed in a permanent building)� and out-door type (ground-mounted or pole-mounted). Standardized M & E design of 11/. 433kV sub-station is available at TNB offices.

Compact substation (/. �5kV)� has limited application and is to be strictly applied in selective situations under the following circumstances:§ System reinforcement projects for highly built-up areas where substation land is difficult to acquire. § Any request to use compact substation for dedicated supply to a single or limited group of low voltage consumers is subject to TNB approval in accordance to site constraints situation, and to be considered as ‘special feature design schemes’.

The main reasons for the above application criteria are as follows:• Compact design reduces future system flexibility in terms of network expansion. • Compact design features, which limits the capacity of outgoing circuits.

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4.2.2­­­­­­­

Land­­­­­­­Or­­­­­­­Building­­­­­­­Size­­­­­­­Requirements­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Sub-Stations

Table �- : Land and building size requirements for sub-stations Substation Category Transmission Main Intake/ Pencawang Masuk Utama (PMU)�: (a)� //kV Transmission Main Intake/ Pencawang Masuk Utama (PMU)�: (a)� //kV Main Distribution Substation (PPU)� (a)� /kV (b)� /kV Main Distribution Substation (PPU)� (a)� /kV (b)� /kV Main Switching Substation (SSU)� (a)� kV (b)� kV (c)� kV Distribution Substation (P/E)� (a)� /.�5kV (b)� /.�5kV Type Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS)� Without outdoor switchyard Air Insulated Switchgear (AIS)� With outdoor switchyard Land­­­­­­­Size­­­­­­­(Average­­­­­­­ Dimensions­­­­­­­–­­­­­­­NOT­­­­­­­ Building­­­­­­­Size­­­­­­­(Average­­­­­­­ inclusive­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Land­­­­­­­Set-back­­­­­­­ Dimensions) Requirements) 60.0m x 80.0m Customized design to match land size building bylaws Customized design to match land size building bylaws Customized design to match land size building bylaws Customized design to match land size building bylaws 

0.m x 0.0m

Indoor type

�6.0m x �6.0m

Outdoor switchyard 

0.0m x 0.0m

Conventional Conventional (a)� Single (Appendix 7)� 

.0m x .0m 

�.0m x 9.m

chamber 

�.6m x �.6m 7.68m x �.6m 5.0m x 5.0m

7.67m x 5.7m 0.67m x 5.7m .5m x .0m

(b)� Double chamber (Appendix 8)� (c)� Compact substation

Note: Set-back (a)� JKR : On all Federal and State Routes: 0.m (66ft)� from center of road + 5.0m (50ft)� for service road to substation site. (b)� Local Authority/City Council/Jabatan Perancang Bandar : 6.m (0ft)� for building line + other requirements as requisitioned by Local Authority/City council/Jabatan Perancang Bandar. (c)� LLM (Malaysian Highway Authority)�: As requisitioned by LLM.

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The establishment of transmission main intake also requires the allocation and acquisition of right of way or wayleaves for the transmission lines. Depending on the specific design of each PMU, the overall right of way or wayleaves requirements may be different. Developers of large-scale development areas, depending on the estimated demand may be required to allocate land for any or a combination of sub-stations categories, wayleaves or right of way for kV/75kV lines. These requirements will be specified by TNB upon submission of tentative layout plans and load estimates for the whole development area.

4.2.3

Type of fire fighting System for the Substation

Type of fire fighting system that is suitable for the substation has to meet the following criteria: • The fire extinguishing agent has to be the type that is approved by TNB.

4.3­­­­­­­

Standard­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Special­­­­­­­Feature­­­­­­­Design­­­­­­­Schemes

Standard features of supply schemes are categorized as those typical design schemes for individual or consumer groups or classes. Typical cases are as follows:(i)� Supply scheme supplying domestic premises is predominantly through overhead systems and conventional substation. A fully underground network and any application of compact sub-station shall be considered as special features for which all extra costs incurred by TNB are to be paid in full by the consumer. Bulk consumers supplied at kV and above, are normally supplied via two in-feeds operating in parallel or nonparallel operation depending on the demand and security level required. If for any reason another dedicated cable is required purely for reasons of additional security, the extra costs shall have to be borne by the consumer.

(ii)�

4.4­­­­­­­

Supply­­­­­­­Schemes­­­­­­­For­­­­­­­Interconnection­­­­­­­To­­­­­­­Embedded­­­­­­­Generators

Embedded generators depending on the capacity will be interconnected at kV and kV. The design of interconnection scheme or facilities, which may include protection, operational control facilities will be so determined to ensure safe, reliable and efficient interconnection scheme. The other design objective is to ensure that the interconnection of embedded generators should not negatively impact system performance and reliability to existing consumers connected to the TNB system.

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All associated costs of network upgrading, which includes protection schemes, SCADA and communication facilities shall be borne by the owner of embedded generator seeking interconnection to the distribution network.

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CONTENTS

Page

ABBREVIATIONS­­­­­­­.................................................................................................................­­­­­­­ 50 1.0­­­­­­­ 2.0­­­­­­­ GENERAL­­­­­­­REQUIREMENTS­­­­­­­............................................................................... 5 SINGLE­­­­­­­PHASE­­­­­­­METERING . . . .� .5 3.0­­­­­­­ Voltage and Current Rating ............................................................................ 5 Location of Meter Position ............................................................................ 5 Height of Meter Position ............................................................................... 5 Meter Board ................................................................................................... 5 Wiring Arrangements ..................................................................................... 5

THREE­­­­­­­PHASE­­­­­­­WHOLE­­­­­­­CURRENT­­­­­­­METERING . . . .� .5 Voltage and Current Rating ........................................................................... 5� Location of Meter Position ............................................................................ 5� Height of Meter Position ............................................................................... 5� Meter Board ................................................................................................... 5� Wiring Arrangements ..................................................................................... 5�

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GROUP­­­­­­­METERING­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­WHOLE­­­­­­­CURRENT­­­­­­­METERING �. �. Location and Height of Meter Position .......................................................... 55 Meter Panel .................................................................................................... 55

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LV­­­­­­­CT­­­­­­­METERING 5. 5. 5. 5.� Location of Meter Position ............................................................................ 56 Meter Panel Requirements ............................................................................. 56 LVCT Metering Installation Requirements ................................................... 57 Mounting of Metering LVCTs ....................................................................... 57

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MEDIUM­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­HIGH­­­­­­­VOLTAGE­­­­­­­METERING 6. 6.2 6.3 6.� 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.�� 6.9 General ........................................................................................................... 58 Specifications of Metering PTs and CTs ........................................................ 59 Test Certificates .............................................................................................. 59 Metering Cubicle ............................................................................................60 Location of Metering Cubicle ........................................................................ 60 Power Supply Point for Remote Meter Reading ............................................ 60 Cable Requirement ......................................................................................... 60 Specification of Mild Steel Kiosk for Medium and High Voltage Metering .............................. .............................. ............................. 6 Sealing Facilities ............................................................................................6

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ABBREVIATIONS: TNB LV MV HV CT PT Tenaga Nasional Berhad Low Voltage Medium Voltage High Voltage Current Transformer Potential Transformer

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1.0­­­­­­­ .

GENERAL­­­­­­­REQUIREMENTS All the necessary meters for measuring the consumption of electricity shall be provided and maintained by TNB. TNB shall determine the point at which every supply line shall terminate in any premises in view of ease of accessibility to TNB’s personnel. At any point in the premises at which supply line or lines terminate, the developer/consumer shall provide the meter board or meter panel or meter cubicle as required for the installation of meter and their accessories. TNB may change any meter or its position in any premises as deemed necessary at any time for purposes of maintenance and meter reading. For low voltage supply requiring CT metering, TNB shall provide low voltage CTs for the meter installation. The CTs shall be of the single ratio and single purpose type. For medium and high voltage consumers, where the CTs are incorporated in switchgear panels, the consumer shall provide the metering CTs and PTs according to TNB’s specifications. The manufacturer’s test certificates for the metering CTs and PTs shall be the submitted and approved by TNB before the metering installation. The metering CTs shall be subjected to testing by TNB and a floor mounted metering cubicle must be provided. The Electrical Consultant/Registered Electrical Contractor should ensure that he has clearly understood the metering requirements of TNB as detailed below. Should there be any doubt, he should consult the TNB Distribution Division Local Office. The metering guidelines are subjected to change from time to time. 

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SINGLE­­­­­­­PHASE­­­­­­­METERING Voltage­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Current­­­­­­­Rating The voltage supply shall be �0V. The normal current rating of the electronic meter shall be 0A100A. The consumer/developer is advised to consult TNB Distribution Division Local Office for any enquiries.

2.2­­­­­­­

Location­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Meter­­­­­­­Position i. The meter board which accommodates TNB’s service cutout, meters and other auxiliary equipment shall, as far as is practical, be located near the termination of the service line and facing the main entrance of the premises.

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ii.

Where it is necessary to terminate the service line in a position outside the premise and exposed to the weather, prior approval shall be obtained for such a location from TNB Distribution Division Local Office. For domestic consumers, the meter shall be located at the premises and it is recommended that the meter shall be placed at the gate post. Other than domestic consumers, the meter that is located outside the premises shall be in a weather proof and ventilated panel/area which is suitable for meter installation and meter reading. Group metering for multi tenanted consumers or open commercial outlets shall be addressed in Section �.0 The installation of the meter board in kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, utility rooms and in location injurious to the metering equipment or to the safety of personnel shall­­­­­­­ not be permitted, e.g. above a cooker point, hot rooms, below the opening for rising mains, directly in a riser duct, over a trunking or stairways, etc. Meter and their accessories should be installed only in clean and dry location not exposed to the weather or mechanical injury, free from vibration and not expose to direct sunlight and rain.viii.

iii. iv. v. vi.

vii. 2.3­­­­­­­

Height­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Meter­­­­­­­Position i. ii. iii. The height of the meter board in the consumer’s premise at the wall facing the main entrance shall be .75m (top of the meter)� above ground level. The height of the meter board at the gate post shall be between minimum .0m and .5m above ground level. For other cases, the height of meter position shall be at maximum of .75m (top of the meter)�.

2.4­­­­­­­

Meter­­­­­­­Board i. The meter board shall be: • Any hard wood chemically treated against attack by termites (Plywood is NOT to be used)�. • Any new material shall be subjected to SIRIM’s approval for non-hygroscopic, non-ignitable, ultra violet stabilized and distortion free under high outdoor temperature as well as subject to TNB’s prior approval. • Meter board other than wood shall be transparent.

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ii.

The tickness of board shall be at least 2 cm with a border 1.5 cm so that fixing screws for meter cannot penetrate and puncture the insulation of wires behind the board. The diagram of the board is shown in Appendix , Drawing No . Other than wood, the thickness of the approved material shall be minimum 3 mm and the board’s depth shall be 2 cm. The arrangement for the meter, cut out, termination wires and the recommended size of the board is shown in Appendix , Drawing No. A and B. All board shall be rigidly fixed by a minimum of 5 fixing screws where one screw shall be at the center of the meter. The length of the screw at the center of the meter board must be long enough to penetrate the wall. The consumer’s main switches and accessories are not allowed to be installed on the same board. In the case of meter installation outside the consumer’s premise, a suitable weather-proof, well-ventilated box with the transparent meter board approved by TNB shall be provided by the consumer at his own expense to house the cable termination and meter board. The door cover shall have a transparent window correctly positioned in front of the meter to enable meter reading. The recommended meter box and board is shown in Appendix , Drawing No. A. Consumers whose nature of business involve very dusty or dirty environment shall be required to have a transparent cover to protect the meter installation. In the case of outdoor meter installations at poles for e.g. temporary supply or in mining areas, the recommended meter box is shown in Appendix �, Drawing No. B.

iii. iv.

v. vi.

vii. viii.

2.5­­­­­­­

Wiring­­­­­­­Arrangement i. ii. The size of meter cables shall not exceed 5sq.mm according to the current rating of the meter which is 0A – 00A. The wiring at the meter board shall be dependent on the type of material used as follows: • Internal wiring for transparent meter board • External wiring for non transparent meter board The termination of wiring at the meter terminals must have extra length of �cm for maintenance purposes in case of using clamp-on ammeter, etc.

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3.0­­­­­­­ 3.1­­­­­­­

THREE­­­­­­­PHASE­­­­­­­WHOLE­­­­­­­CURRENT­­­­­­­METERING Voltage­­­­­­­And­­­­­­­Current­­­­­­­Rating The voltage supply shall be �5V. The normal current rating of the meter shall be 0A-00A. The consumer/ developer is advised to consult the TNB Distribution Division Local Office.

3.2­­­­­­­

Location­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­meter­­­­­­­position The requirements given in . (i)� – (vii)� applies for the locations of three phase meter position.

3.3­­­­­­­

Height­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­meter­­­­­­­position The requirements given in . (i)� – (iii)� applies for the height of three phase meter.

3.4­­­­­­­

Meter­­­­­­­Board i. ii. iii. iv. The recommended size and arrangement of the three phase meter, cutouts and neutral link for the overhead and underground service is as shown in Appendix 5, Drawing No. �A – �C respectively. The meter panel can be of mild steel or other TNB approved material and of a thickness not less than .5mm. The meter shall be fixed on a transparent meter board of thickness 5mm. Usage of any other material shall be subjected to TNB’s approval and recommended to be transparent. The requirements given in .� (iv)� – (viii)� applies for the three phase meter board.

3.5­­­­­­­

Wiring­­­­­­­Arrangement i. ii. The requirement given in .5 (i)� – (iii)� also applies for the three phase wiring arrangement. Wiring colour scheme shall follow : • Incoming to meter : Red phase = red colour Yellow phase = yellow colour Blue phase = blue colour Neutral = black colour • Outgoing from meter : All phases = black colour. For external wiring, please refer to Appendix 6 Drawing No. �D, �E and �F.

iii.

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4.0­­­­­­­ 4.1­­­­­­­

GROUP­­­­­­­METERING­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­WHOLE­­­­­­­CURRENT­­­­­­­METERING Location­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­height­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­meter­­­­­­­position i. In multi-tenanted premises for e.g. high rise buildings, residential office/shopping complexes, flatted factories etc the meters shall be grouped at each floor of the tenants metering. There may be more than one group of metering location at each floor. In open commercial outlets for e.g. hawker centres, there shall be centralized metering where the meter panel or box shall be rigidly and vertically mounted. The individual meter shall be properly and eligibly labelled with permanent metal plate to indicate clearly the meter supplying to the respective consumer. The height from the top of the meter panel shall not exceed .m.

ii. iii. iv. 4.2­­­­­­­

Meter­­­­­­­Panel i. ii. iii. The meter panel can be of mild steel or other TNB approved material and of thickness not less than .5 mm. Each meter panel shall accommodate a maximum of 5 meters only. The recommended size and arrangement of the meters, cutouts, and neutral link is as shown in Appendix 7, Drawing No. 5A – 5C for single phase group metering and Appendix 8, Drawing No. 5D – 5F for three phase group metering. The holes for the termination wire to the meters shall have appropriate bushings to prevent the wires from being damaged. In the case of meter box with a cover, the metal plate on which the meters are mounted as well as the cover shall have minimum two metal hinges to enable it to be swung open for at least 90o. The wiring arrangement shall follow: • Single phase – Section  no. .5 • Three phase – Section  no. .5

iv. v. vi.

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5.0­­­­­­­

LVCT­­­­­­­METERING LV consumers taking more than 00A per phase shall require current transformers for the metering scheme.

5.1­­­­­­­

Location­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­Meter­­­­­­­Position i. ii. iii. iv. Table  CT­­­­­­­Burden VA 7.5 7.5 Secondary­­­­­­­Rated­­­­­­­ Current A 5 5 Cross­­­­­­­Connection­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­ Conductor mm2 .5 �.0 Maximum­­­­­­­Distance­­­­­­­ Allowable m .0 0.0 The Electrical Consultant Engineer / Electrical Contractor is required to arrange for a suitable space for the metering installation on a panel/cubicle separate from the main switchboard. The position of the meter panel/cubicle shall be determined by the type of LV supply. The final metering position shall be decided by TNB. Consumers whose supplies are coming from a substation (load>800A)� shall have the meter panel/ cubicle preferably installed inside TNB substation. The maximum distance of the cable from the CTs to the meter panel allowable is shown in Table  below. Prior approval for location of the metering panel shall first be obtained from TNB.

Where meter burden for current circuit is: L.V. = 0.5 VA/ph 5.2­­­­­­­ Meter­­­­­­­Panel­­­­­­­Requirement i. ii. iii. iv. The meter panel shall be of mild steel or other approved material, and of a thickness not less than .5mm. The meter panel for single feeder metering shall be detachable and as illustrated in Appendix 9, Drawing No. 6A and 6B. For multi-feeder metering, separate meter panels are to be used for each feeder. Provisions shall be made for sealing of the meter panel/cubicle.

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v. vi. vii. 5.3­­­­­­­

The panel cover and metal plate with TNB’s meter(s) mounted thereon shall be able to swing or open out for at least one right angle i.e. 90o. The meter panel cover and metal plate shall have at least two metal hinges. Appropriate bushing shall be provided in all openings/ holes for the meter wiring.

LVCT­­­­­­­Metering­­­­­­­Installation­­­­­­­Requirements i. ii. iii. iv. v. The height from the ground to the top of the meter panel shall not exceed .8 meters. The switchboard shall be completed with all its components and accessories installed, and shall be mounted securely in its final position before the TNB’s meter(s) can be installed. There shall be working space of  m in front of the meter panel for the meter installation and meter reading. In the case of meter cubicle, there shall be working space of  m all round the cubicle. A  core .5 mm or � mm steel wire armoured cable shall be provided between the meter panel and current transformers and voltage source. The armoured cable shall not be buried or enclosed A 6.0 mm tap-hole plus screw/washer shall be provided on each busbar to facilitate connection of the voltage supply to the meter voltage coils.

5.4­­­­­­­

Mounting­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Metering­­­­­­­LVCTs i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Current transformers shall be mounted on incoming busbar for easy installation, removal or replacement, where necessary. Proper bakelite clamps shall be provided to secure the metering current transformers in position. Adequate insulation shall be provided between the metering current transformers and the busbar. Where the incoming supply is controlled by a circuit breaker in consumer’s main switchboard, the metering CTs shall be installed before the circuit breaker and the meter voltage connections made. A two leaf door provided with hasp for locking facility shall be used to close the CT chamber. There shall be working space of minimum  m from the back of the switchboard to the wall for installation of metering current transformers.

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vii.

Dimension for LVCTs are as shown in Table  for the appropriate sizing of the busbar.

Table  C.T­­­­­­­Ratio 00/5 50/5 00/5 00/5 �00/5 500/5 600/5 800/5 000/5 00/5 600/5 000/5
viii.

Internal­­­­­­­Diameter 5 mm �0 mm �0 mm 60 mm 60 mm 65 mm 65 mm 65 mm 85 mm 00 mm 00 mm 0 mm

External­­­­­­­Diameter 90 mm 90 mm 90 mm 00 mm 00 mm 5 mm 5 mm 5 mm 5 mm �0 mm �0 mm �5 mm

The Electrical consultant Engineer / Electrical Wiring Contractor shall ensure the above requirements are complied wih. Should there be any deviation(s)� from the requirements, he should consult the TNB Distribution Division Local Office.

6.0­­­­­­­ 6.1­­­­­­­

MEDIUM­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­HIGH­­­­­­­VOLTAGE­­­­­­­METERING General

Currrent transformers (CTs)� and potential transformers (PTs)� for all metering shall be provided by the consumer. A consumer shall be required to install suitable metering CTs and PTs at his incoming switchgear at his own expense following TNB’s specifications and subjected to test by TNB. A floor mounted metering cubicle as per Appendix 19, Drawing No. 7A-7L shall be provided by the consumer in the specified metering room for the installation of TNB’s meter. The schematic drawings together with the load data using the form as in Appendix 20 are required to be forwarded to the TNB Metering Services HQ/Regional­­­­­­­for his advice on the metering requirements. All drawings must be signed by a Professional Engineer.

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6.2

Specifications For Metering PTs and CTs

Metering­­­­­­­PTs Ratio Class Burden

:
: :

Unit Standards Metering­­­­­­­CTs

: :

Vs / √V 0 / √V * where Vs is the supply voltage given to the consumer 0.5 00VA minimum. Sharing can be allowed provided separate fusing is provided and the burden of the shared load shall not exceed 0 VA. If the burden of the shared load is more than 0 VA, then 00 VA PT shall be used.  Nos. for each feeder BS.9� or IEC 600��- (997)�

For consumer taking 6.6kV, kV, kV and kV (Indoor breaker)� Ratio Class Burden Unit Standards : : : : : Is/5A * where Is is the primary ratio of the metering CT 0. 5VA  Nos. for each feeder BS.766 or IEC 600��- (996)�

For consumer taking kV (with outdoor breaker)�, kV and 75kV, Ratio Class Burden Unit Standards 6.3 : : : : : Is/A * where Is is the primary ratio of the metering CT 0. 0VA  Nos. for each feeder BS.766 or IEC 600��- (996)�

Test Certificate

All metering CTs and PTs together with the Manufacturer’s Test Certificate shall be submitted with test results of the installed equipment by the Registered Service Engineer. The schematic and wiring diagram of the particular consumer’s switchgear signed by a Professional Engineer shall be supplied to facilitate metering equipment installation.

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6.4­­­­­­­

Metering­­­­­­­Cubicle

The consumer shall provide an appropriate metering cubicle to specifications stated in Appendix 19. The maximum distance allowable between the metering CTs and the metering cubicle is shown in Table . The consumer shall send the cubicle to TNB Metering Services HQ/Regional office for wiring up.

Table 
CT­­­­­­­Burden (VA) Secondary­­­­­­­Rate­­­­­­­Current (Amps) Cross­­­­­­­Connection­­­­­­­Of­­­­­­­ Conductor (mm2) Maximum­­­­­­­Distance­­­­­­­ Allowable (m) 

5 5 0 0 0 0

5 5 5 5   

.5 �.0 .5 �.0 .5 �.0 

0 �7 65 00 ,6�7 ,5�5

Where meter burden for current circuit = 0.5 VA/ph 6.5­­­­­­­ Location­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Metering­­­­­­­Cubicle

An enclosed locked room specifically for the purpose of installing the floor mounted metering cubicle shall be provided. The minimum area shall be .5 m by .7 m. 6.6­­­­­­­ Power­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Point­­­­­­­for­­­­­­­Remote­­­­­­­Meter­­­­­­­Reading

A  Amps Switch Socket Outlet (S.S.O)� is to be provided and shall be installed at the top of metering cubicle. 6.7­­­­­­­ 6.7.1­­­­­­­ Cable­­­­­­­Requirement Indoor­­­­­­­Breakers

The consumer shall provide and connect a -core PVC/SWA/PVC of .5mm or higher between the consumer high voltage switchboard and the metering cubicle. There shall be no intermediary joint. The armoured cable shall not be buried or enclosed. Preferably it shall be laid on cable tray.

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6.7.2­­­­­­­

Outdoor­­­­­­­Breakers

A ‘marshalling box’ with independent sealing facility shall be provided by the consumer for the purpose of terminating the secondary circuit cabling of the current transformer and voltage transformer. The consumer shall provide and connect PVC/SWA/PVC of �mm or higher between the ‘marshalling box’ and the floor mounted metering cubicle. 6.8 Specification of mild steel kiosks for medium and high voltage metering

6.8.1­­­­­­­ General This specification spells out the requirement for fabrication of steel floor mounted metering cubicle for the mounting of meters and accessories commonly installed for the purpose of medium and high voltage metering. Unless otherwise stated, all material and accessories used in the fabrication of the kiosks shall be specified in Appendix 9 (Drawing 7A-7L)�. The overall dimension shall be as specified in the drawings, but minor alteration to the positions and sizes of the cut-out panels, holes, etc. may be required to be made in the whole or part of the consignment. 6.8.2­­­­­­­ Construction­­­­­­­details i­­­­­­­ Physical­­­­­­­Dimensions The overall dimension of the kiosks shall be as specified in the drawings. All dimension are stated in Metric units. The permissible tolerance shall be ± �.0 mm. ii­­­­­­­ Materials The kiosk shall be constructed of either plain or electro-plated mild steel sheets of minimum thickness of .00 mm. iii­­­­­­­ External­­­­­­­Construction­­­­­­­Detail Provision of a double – left closed fitting mild steel doors shall be made for easy accessibility at the back of the kiosks. The doors shall be hinged such that they can be operated through an angle of 80o. The doors shall be lockable for security reasons, an operation of the doors shall be through

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a handle provided with a lock. The lock shall be chrome-plated, of good quality and tamper-proof. Three ()� keys are to be­­­­­­­provided for each lock. In addition, hasp shall be provided for the purpose of locking the door with padlock. Ventilation slits shall be provided as shown. These shall be rendered vermin-proof by fitting brass gauze screens in the interior of the kiosks. The cut-out panels, holes for the mounting of meters, test terminal block, time switches and fuses shall be provided in the front panels of the kiosks. The edge of the cutting or drilling shall be rendered smooth. The arrangement for meters and accessories will be as shown in the drawings. iv­­­­­­­ Internal­­­­­­­Construction­­­­­­­Details­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ The kiosk shall be constructed for door mounting. A base frame on which the kiosks sites shall be provided as shown in Appendix 9 (Drawing 7C)� for  feeder kiosk and Appendix 9 (Drawing 7F)� for 3 feeder kiosks. Holes in the frame shall be provided for the passage of four floor mounted studs to which the kiosk can be anchored. A base plate with provision for cable entries shall be removable through four mounting screws at each corner. Mild steel cross bars of at least 5 mm x  mm with � mm diameter holes spaced evenly apart shall be provided for anchoring bunched conductors. Alternatively, mild steel slotted angles shall be provided and this is preferable. These cross bars shall form the framework of the kiosk. v­­­­­­­ Painting­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­Finishing The kiosk shall be treated to prevent corrosion by rust. This can be achieved either by using electro-plated mild steel sheets or by painting the mild steel metal surface with zinc-based anti corrosive paint. The interior surface shall be painted with matt white paint. The base frame shall be black in colour. 6.9­­­­­­­ Sealing­­­­­­­Facilities Facilities for sealing of all connection of metering wires and incoming cable at consumer’s high voltage switchboard shall be provided by the consumer. Should there be by any deviation from the foresaid requirement, the Electrical Consultant Engineer should consult TNB Distribution Division Local Office and TNB Metering Services HQ/Regional Unit.

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GLOSSARY­­­­­­­AND­­­­­­­DEFINITIONS In this guideline, the following words and expressions shall bear the following meanings: Active­­­­­­­Energy The electrical energy produced, flowing, or supplied by an electric circuit during a time interval, being the integral with respect to time of the instantaneous power, measured in units of watt-hours (wh)� and multiples thereof. The product of voltage and the in-phase component of alternating current measured in units of watts and multiples thereof. The ability of the distribution system to provide acceptable and continuous supply while remaining within component ratings during contingencies. The product of voltage and of alternating current measured in units of volt amperes. Is also the square root of the sum of the squares of the active power and the reactive power. A System for controlling generating unit or transformer voltage within setlimits. Electrical equipment used to generate reactive power and support voltage levels on distribution and transmission lines in periods of high load. The net MW and MVAr capacity of a generating unit, or any other transmission/distribution apparatus at a particular time, to supply electrical energy. The agreed point of supply established between a distributor and other entity. A person who engages in the activity of purchasing energy supplied through a Transmission or distribution system; and/or the final end User of energy. In respect of a transmission or distribution network, a sequence of related Events which result in outages of one or more transmission or distribution elements. It is the measure of the departure of the a.c. current waveform from sinusoidal shape, that is caused by the addition of one or more harmonics to the fundamental.

Active­­­­­­­Power Adequate­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Adequacy­­­­­­­

Apparent­­­­­­­Power

Automatic­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­Regulator­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Capacitor­­­­­­­Bank

Capacity

Connection­­­­­­­Point Consumer­­­­­­­

Contingency

Current­­­­­­­Harmonic­­­­­­­Distortion

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Current­­­­­­­Transformer­­­­­­­(CT)­­­­­­­ A transformer for use with meters and/or protection devices in which the current in the secondary winding is, within prescribed error limits, proportional to and in phase with the current in the primary winding. Customer Demand Please refer to the term consumer. The demand of MW and MVAr of electricity (i.e., both Active and reactive power)�, unless otherwise stated, at a particular time or during a time period. The quality where a relay or protective system is enabled to pick out and cause to be disconnected only the faulty apparatus. A system comprising of electrically connected equipment or elements that produce, transport, transform, control, and consume electrical power at voltage levels of kV, kV, kV, 6.6kV, �5V and �0V. The system consisting (wholly or mainly)� of electric lines which are owned and operated by distributor and used for the distribution of electricity from grid supply points or generating units or other entry points to the point of delivery to consumers or Other distributors. Any perturbation to the electric system caused by the sudden loss of generation or interruption of load. Are contractors having a license from PKK in the electrical category (Class I, II or III)� and also registered with the Energy Commission and have own certified chargeman and wireman also registered with the Energy Commission. Professional Electrical Engineer registered with the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM)� or Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM)� after having fulfill all requirements to be a professional engineer as specified by IEM or BEM.

Discrimination­­­­­­­ Distribution­­­­­­­Network

Distribution­­­­­­­System

Disturbance Electrical­­­­­­­Contractors­­­­­­­

Electrical­­­­­­­Consultant­­­­­­­ Engineer­­­­­­­

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Embedded­­­­­­­Generating­­­­­­­Unit

A generating unit connected within a distributrion network and not having direct access to transmission network. This includes an embedded generator connected to its own Network which Network is Interconnected with the distributor’s Network either directly or through a step up transformer. The production of electrical power by converting another form of energy in a generating unit that is connected to the distribution system. A generator or consumer who owns, operates, or controls an embedded generating unit.

Embedded­­­­­­­Generation Embedded­­­­­­­Generator

Energy­­­­­­­(Active­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­Reactive)­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ Active energy is the electrical energy produced, flowing or supplied during a time interval measured in units of watt-hours (Wh)� or standard multiples thereof. Reactive energy is the energy produced, flowing or supplied during a time interval measured in units of volt-ampere-hours reactive, (varh)� or standard multiples thereof. Embedded­­­­­­­Generator Frequency Generation Generating­­­­­­­Plant­­­­­­­ Generating­­­­­­­System Generating­­­­­­­Unit Interface Interruption­­­­­­­ A generator or consumer who owns, operates, or controls an embedded generating unit. The number of alternating current cycles per second (expressed in hertz)� at which alternating current electricity is operating. The production of electrical power by converting another form of energy in a generating unit. Please refer to the term generating system. A system comprising one or more generating units. Any apparatus which produces electricity. Point of connection defining the boundary between entities. The loss of service to one or more consumers or other facilities and is the result of one or more component outages for a sustained duration of greater than  minute, depending on the system configuration. A voltage equal to or greater than 50 kV. To Active, Reactive, or apparent power, as the context requires, generated, transmitted, distributed or consumed. The apparent power level at which each element of the network is operated.

High­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­(HV) Load Loading

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Low­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­or­­­­­­­LV Medium­­­­­­­Voltage­­­­­­­or­­­­­­­MV Meter Metering Metering­­­­­­­Data Metering­­­­­­­Point Metering­­­­­­­System MV­­­­­­­Distribution­­­­­­­Network Outage

A voltage level less than 000 volts or  kV. A voltage equal to or exceeding  kV but not exceeding 50 kV. A device complying with Standards which measures and records the production or consumption of electrical energy. Recording the production or consumption of electrical energy. The data obtained from a metering installation, the processed data or substituted data. The point of physical connection of the device measuring the current in the power conductor. The collection of all components and arrangements installed or existing between each metering point and the metering database. The various circuits and apparatus owned by the distributor operating at primary phase to phase voltages above  kV and less than 50 kV. Describes the sate of the component when it is not available to perform the intended function due to some Event associated with that equipment. duration will count toward computation of SAIDI. Please refer to the term planning and design criteria Refers to a set of measures for assessing the performance of the distribution system during the planning stage. A designated boundary of ownership between the distributor and the other entities. The ratio of active power to apparent power. It is the measure of the purity of supply voltage and current waveforms.

Planning­­­­­­­Criteria­­­­­­­ Planning­­­­­­­&­­­­­­­design­­­­­­­criteria Point­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Interface­­­­­­­ Power­­­­­­­Factor Power­­­­­­­Quality­­­­­­­

Power­­­­­­­Quality­­­­­­­Characteristics In this Code the term refers to the measures used for determining the purity of the a.c. voltage or current waveforms.

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Protection Protection­­­­­­­Apparatus Protection­­­­­­­System

The provisions for detecting abnormal conditions on a system and initiating fault clearance or actuating signals or indications. A group of one or more protection relays and/or logic elements designated to perform a specified protection function. A system, which includes equipment, used to protect facilities from damage due to an electrical or mechanical fault or due to certain conditions of the power system. With respect to the distributor, means the exercise of that degree of skills, diligence, prudence and foresight consistent with Electricity Supply Act 990 and the Regulations, condition of Licence, standards, the Code and the distributor owned standards and practices. A measure, in varhours (varh)� of the alternating exchange of stored energy in inductors and capacitors, which is the time-integral of the product of voltage and the out-of-phase component of current flow across a connection point. The product of voltage and current and the sine of the phase angle between them measured in units of volt amperes reactive. The rate at which reactive energy is transferred. In the context of a distribution system is a measure of availability of Adequate and secure supply to the consumers Means security Supply. The ability of the distribution system restore supply to consumers following momentary or temporary interruptions. In respect of a transmission or distribution network, a sequence of related Events which result in the removal from service of one transmission or distribution line, or transformer. The sequence of Events may include the application and clearance of a fault of defined severity. A facility at which two or more lines are switched for operational purposes. May include one or more transformers so that some connected lines operate at different nominal voltages to others.

Prudent­­­­­­­Utility­­­­­­­Practices

Reactive­­­­­­­Energy

Reactive­­­­­­­Power

Reliability Security­­­­­­­ Security­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Supply Single­­­­­­­Contingency

Substation

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Supply­­­­­­­Security Total­­­­­­­Harmonic­­­­­­­Distortion

Please refer to the term Security Supply. The departure of a wave form from sinusoidal shape, that is caused by the addition of one or more harmonics to the fundamental, and is the square root of the sum of the squares of all harmonics expressed as a percentage of the magnitude of the fundamental frequency. A plant or device that reduces or increases the voltage of alternating current. A distribution system that: ()� is used to convey, and control the conveyance of, electricity to consumers (whether wholesale or retail)�; and ()� is connected to another such system. Transient reduction in voltage magnitude measured as the percentage or per unit reduction of the voltage magnitude to the nominal voltage magnitude. It is the measure of the departure of the a.c. voltage waveform from sinusoidal shape, that is caused by the addition of one or more harmonics to the fundamental. Transient reduction in voltage magnitude measured as the percentage or per unit remaining voltage magnitude to nominal voltage magnitude. A load that will mal-operate on transient distortion of supply voltage sinusoidal waveform. A transformer for use with meters and/or protection devices in which the voltage across the secondary terminals is proportional to and in phase with the voltage across the primary terminals.

Transformer Distribution­­­­­­­System

Voltage­­­­­­­Dip

Voltage­­­­­­­Harmonic­­­­­­­Distortion

Voltage­­­­­­­Sag Voltage­­­­­­­Sensitive­­­­­­­Load Voltage­­­­­­­Transformer­­­­­­­(VT)

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Appendix    � 5 6 7 8 9 0    � 5 6 7 8 9 0    � 5 5 6 7 8 9 9

Topic List of Kedai Tenaga in Semenanjung Malaysia Flowchart For TNB New Supply Application Process For Load Up To 00kVA Permohonan Bekalan Elektrik <00kVA : Senarai Semak Permohonan Bekalan Elektrik Carta Aliran Proses Kelulusan Pembangunan Di Semenanjung Malaysia (Kecuali Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur Dan Putrajaya)� Part A : Development Plan Approval Process Flowchart Electricity Supply Application Exceeding 00 kVA Consultant Engineer Checklist Part B: TNB Supply Application Process for Load Exceeding 00 kVA Flowchart Perakuan Penerimaan Bagi Permohonan Bekalan Elektrik Joint Meeting Action Log (For Supply Application > 00kVA)� Cas Sambungan Pengguna - Notis Sample Of Appointment Letter of Consultant Engineer Summary Of Load Data For Demand Exceeding 00kVA (∼�0A)� Location Plan Borang A – Borang Perakuan Pajakan / Pindahmilik Tanah Pencawang Maximum Demand Estimates for Mixed Development Area Demand Forecast & Sub-Station Capacity for LV System - Site Plan/Location Plan and Layout Plan - Substation Layout Drawings for single Chamber Single Chamber - Logo Details for Single Chamber - Site Plan/Location Plan and Layout Plant - Substation Layout Drawings for Double Chamber - Logo Details for Double Chamber Drawing 7A, 7B, 7C, 7D, 7E, 7F, 7G, 7H, 7I & 7J, 7K & L : MV & HV Metering Cubicle Borang Maklumat Awal Perjangkaan Besar Double Chamber Drawing  : Single Phase Meter Board Drawing A & B : Single Phase Metering Arrangement Drawing A : Outdoor Metering Panel Drawing B : Pole-mounted Single Phase Metering Panel Drawing �A & �B : Three Phase Overhead Incoming Drawing �C : Three Phase Underground Incoming Drawing �D, �E & �F : External Surface Wiring Drawing 5A, 5B & 5C : Single Phase Group Metering Drawing 5D, 5E & 5F : Three Phase Group Metering Drawing 6A : LVCT Single Feeder Metering Drawing 6B : LVCT Summation Metering

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List­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Kedai­­­­­­­Tenaga­­­­­­­in­­­­­­­Semenanjung­­­­­­­Malaysia
Kedai­­­­­­­Tenaga Alamat­­­­­­­ No­­­­­­­Telefon No­­­­­­­Fax

PUTRAJAYA/­­­­­­­ CYBERJAYA
Kedai Tenaga Putrajaya Lot 5, Tkt. , Kompleks Anjung, 6000 Precint , Putrajaya 0-8889�85 0-8889�69

WILAYAH­­­­­­­ PERSEKUTUAN­­­­­­­ KUALA­­­­­­­LUMPUR
Zon­­­­­­­K.L­­­­­­­Pusat Kedai Tenaga Pekan Ampang Kedai Tenaga Pudu Kedai Tenaga KL-Pusat Zon­­­­­­­K.L­­­­­­­Barat Kedai Tenaga Kepong Kedai Tenaga Medan Bonus Kedai Tenaga Bangunan Penjanaan Zon­­­­­­­K.L­­­­­­­Timur Kedai Tenaga Taman Melawati Kedai Tenaga Setapak Kedai Tenaga Batu Caves Zon­­­­­­­K.L­­­­­­­Selatan Kedai Tenaga Jalan Klang Lama Kedai Tenaga Taman Pertama TNB,  Jalan /7C, Bedford Business Park, Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama, 5800 Kuala Lumpur. TNB,  & , Jalan /90, Taman Pertama Cheras, 56000 Kuala Lumpur. TNB, Lot 977 & 978, Jalan Anggerik, �500 Sungai Besar TNB, Jalan Batu Harimau, �5000 Kuala Selangor TNB, Subang Square, East Wing E-0-0, Jalan SS 5/�G, �7500 Subang Jaya TNB, Jalan Meru, Peti Surat 00, �990 Klang TNB, Lot , Jalan 6C/, �650 Bandar Baru Bangi TNB, Jalan Besar, �000 Kajang TNB, No. G, Jalan SR 7/�, Taman Serdang Raya, �00 Seri Kembangan TNB, Jalan Rasathurai, ��000 Kuala Kubu Bharu TNB, No. 9, Jalan ST C/6 Medan 88, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, �900 Sepang TNB, No. 7, Jalan Selangor, �6990 Petaling Jaya, TNB, Persiaran Damai, Seksyen , �070 Shah Alam TNB, Lot �, Jalan Bunga Pekan, �700 Banting TNB, Jalan Kem, P.O. Box 0, �009 Pelabuhan Klang TNB, Lot 9-, Jalan Besar sungai Pelek, �950 Sepang TNB, No. , Jalan Maxwell, �8000 Rawang TNB, No. , Jalan Persiaran Puteri , Bandar Puteri, �700 Puchong 0-778�8�� 0-987779/69 0-�6 0-8900/586 0-567000 0-�00 0-896�990 0-87�70� 0-89�58�9 0-606�00 0-8706�� 0-795�590 / 577 0-55000 0-87 00 0-6700 0-�0 0-609 7000 0-80609�/97 0-60960 0-8060985� 0-795590�6 0-5506� 0-8778 0-679 0-606�969 0-7788�� 0-987776 0-��6� 0-896 0-56�659 0-�00 0-896966 TNB, No. �7 & �8, Jalan Bandar , Taman Melawati, 500 Kuala Lumpur. TNB, 8, Taman Sri Setapak, Batu  /, Jalan Gombak, 5000 Kuala Lumpur. TNB, No. �, Jalan Medan Batu Caves , Medan Batu Caves, 6800 Batu Caves. 0-�07955 0-�000 0-68690 0-�0797 0-�00 0-68690� TNB, Tingkat Bawah, Wisma TNB, Jalan Kepong, 50990 Kuala Lumpur. TNB, 8, Medan Bonus, Jalan Masjid India, 507 Kuala Lumpur. TNB, Tingkat Bawah, Bangunan Penjanaan, Ibu Pejabat TNB, 5900 Kuala Lumpur. 0-650600 0-698766 0-96550� 0-6506509 0-6909 TNB, Lot 8 & 9 Jalan Besar Ampang, 68000 Ampang, Kuala Lumpur. TNB, 508-50 Bangunan Bee Hin, Jalan Pudu, 5500 Kuala Lumpur. TNB, Aras Bawah, Menara Selborn, 5 Jalan Tun Razak, 50�00 Kuala Lumpur. 0-�96956/6 0-95� 0-68� 0-�95069 0-9800 0-6867

SELANGOR
Kedai Tenaga Sungai Besar Kedai Tenaga Kuala Selangor Kedai Tenaga Subang Jaya Kedai Tenaga Klang Kedai Tenaga Bangi Kedai Tenaga Kajang Kedai Tenaga Serdang Kedai Tenaga Kuala Kubu Bharu Kedai Tenaga Salak Tinggi Kedai Tenaga Petaling Jaya Kedai Tenaga Shah Alam Kedai Tenaga Banting Kedai Tenaga Pelabuhan Klang Kedai Tenaga Sg. Pelek Kedai Tenaga Rawang Kedai Tenaga Puchong

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List­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Kedai­­­­­­­Tenaga­­­­­­­in­­­­­­­Semenanjung­­­­­­­Malaysia
NEGERI­­­­­­­SEMBILAN
Kedai Tenaga Seremban Kedai Tenaga Bandar Baru Nilai Kedai Tenaga Tampin Kedai Tenaga Port Dickson Kedai Tenaga Kuala Pilah Kedai Tenaga Kuala Klawang Kedai Tenaga Jempol Kedai Tenaga Gemas Kedai Tenaga Rembau Kedai Tenaga Seremban Kedai Tenaga Gemencheh TNB, Lot �, Wisma Arab Malaysian Business Centre, Jalan Tuanku Munawar 70000 Seremban TNB, PT 7���, Jalan BBN /H, Putra Point, Bandar Baru Nilai, 7800 Nilai, TNB, Lot 76, Jalan Besar, 7000 Tampin, TNB, KM , Jalan Pantai, 7009 Port Dickson, TNB, Jalan Bahau, 7009 Kuala Pilah, TNB, PT 5�, Jalan Dato Menteri, 7600 Kuala Klawang, TNB,  & �, Jalan Mewah, 700 Jempol, TNB, No. , Jalan Pasar 7�00 Gemas, TNB, No. 7709, Lot 78, Jalan Mahkamah, 700 Rembau TNB, Jalan Dato Bandar Tunggal, 70990 Seremban TNB, Lot 677, Taman Gemencheh Baru, 700 Gemencheh TNB, Jalan Banda Kaba, 75990 Melaka. TNB, Jalan Besar, 7800 Masjid Tanah. TNB, Jalan Jasin, 7700 Merlimau. TNB, JB 66, Jalan Melaka, 77000 Jasin. TNB, No. 055, Lot , Bangunan Prima, 78000 Alor Gajah. TNB, Aras , Wisma TNB, Jalan Yahya Awal, 8000 Johor bahru TNB, Jalan Duke, 80000 Johor Bahru TNB, Jalan Bakau Chondong, 8000 Batu Pahat TNB, No. , Jalan Kota , Taman Kota, 8700 Yong Peng TNB, Jalan Mohd Khalid, 8000 Batu Pahat TNB, No. 79-8, Jalan Molek /0, Taman Molek, 800 Johor Jaya TNB, Jalan Sulaiman, 8�009 Muar TNB, Jalan Mengkibol, 86000 Kluang TNB, Jalan Payamas, 8�900 Tangkak TNB, No. �8, Jalan Ismail, 86800 Mersing TNB, No. , Jalan Delima, Taman Samudera, 8600 Simpang Renggam TNB, Jalan Hassan, 85000 Segamat, TNB, Jalan Parit Masjid, 8000 Pontian TNB, Jalan Kampung Sawah, 8500 Pekan Nenas, Pontian TNB, Jalan Tun Habab, 8900 Kota Tinggi TNB, Lot 660, Batu 8 /�, Jalan Senai-Kulai, 8000 Kulai TNB, No. 6, Jalan Tun Ali, Bandar Tenggara, 8000 Kulai TNB, L-06/06A, Kompleks Pusat Bandar, Jalan Bandar, 8700 Pasir Gudang 06-7675050 06-8500858/7 06-��6� 06-6�76/7700 06-�89 06-686 06-�5�580 07-9�8�66 06-685576/6� 06-76550 06-�86 06-885�� 06-8�000/0 06-657 06-59 06-5568�0 07-900 07-�5 07-��6088 07-�67785� 07-�967 07-5675 06-95950 07-7700 06-978�067 07-79900 07-755�0 07-9�00 07-6877 07-699580 07-880/589 07-668 07-8966977 07-5976 07-56 07-88�898 07-6667 07-50�� 06-95879 07-77��0 06-978�598 07-79977 07-755�0 07-97�� 07-68706 06-86�60 06-8��0 06-650� 06-5900 06-556��5 07-9 07-9 07-�977 07-�67509 06-76�87 06-85005 06-��5� 06-6�7�0 06-�8590 06-67��6 06-�5�905 07-9�8�� 06-685�577 06-76��7

MELAKA
Kedai Tenaga Melaka Kedai Tenaga Masjid Tanah Kedai Tenaga Merlimau Kedai Tenaga Jasin Kedai Tenaga Alor Gajah

JOHOR
Kedai Tenaga Johor Bahru Kedai Tenaga Johor Bahru Kedai Tenaga Batu Pahat Kedai Tenaga Yong Peng Kedai Tenaga Batu Pahat Kedai Tenaga Johor Jaya Kedai Tenaga Muar Kedai Tenaga Kluang Kedai Tenaga Tangkak Kedai Tenaga Mersing Kedai Tenaga Simpang Renggam Kedai Tenaga Segamat Kedai Tenaga Pontian Kedai Tenaga Pontian Kedai Tenaga Kota Tinggi Kedai Tenaga Kulai Kedai Tenaga Bandar Tenggara Kedai Tenaga Pasir Gudang

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List­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Kedai­­­­­­­Tenaga­­­­­­­in­­­­­­­Semenanjung­­­­­­­Malaysia­­­­­­­(cont.)
PERAK
Kedai Tenaga Ipoh Kedai Tenaga Kampar Kedai Tenaga Taiping Kedai Tenaga Kuala Kangsar Kedai Tenaga Teluk Intan Kedai Tenaga Seri Manjung Kedai Tenaga Bagan Serai Kedai Tenaga Tanjung Rambutan Kedai Tenaga Bidor Kedai Tenaga Batu Gajah Kedai Tenaga Gerik Kedai Tenaga Sungai Siput (U)� Kedai Tenaga Tanjung Malim Kedai Tenaga Gopeng Kedai Tenaga Lenggong Kedai Tenaga Slim River Kedai Tenaga Parit Kedai Tenaga Tapah Kedai Tenaga Ipoh Kedai Tenaga Hutan Melintang Kedai Tenaga Menglembu TNB, Wisma TNB, Jalan Lahat, 000 Ipoh TNB, 6A Jalan Kuala Dipang, 907 Kampar TNB, No. 0, Jalan Istana Larut, �000 Taiping TNB, Lot 55, Jalan Sultan Iskandar Shah, 000 Kuala Kangsar TNB, Jalan Changkat Jong, 6000 Teluk Intan TNB, Lot 75�, Jalan Dato Sri Kamaruddin, 0�0 Seri Manjung TNB, Lot 76�, Jalan Taiping, �00 Bagan Serai TNB, Jalan Besar, Ulu Kinta, 50 Tanjung Rambutan TNB, Lot 6, Jalan Tapah, 5500 Bidor TNB, No. 9, Jalan Dewangsa, 000 Batu Gajah TNB, No 0, Jalan Takong Datok 00 Gerik TNB, �-5, Jalan Ipoh, 00 Sungai Siput(U)� TNB, No. 5, Jalan Taman Bunga Raya, 5900 Tanjung Malim TNB, 9-B, Jalan Kampung Rawa, 600 Gopeng TNB, Lot 907 & 907�, Taman Lenggong, �00 Lenggong. TNB, No. 65, Jalan Ahmad Boestaman, 5800 Slim River TNB, No. , Jalan Pejabat Pos 800 Parit TNB, No. , Jalan Masjid, 5000 Tapah TNB, No. -5, Jalan Dato Maharaja Lela, 0000 Ipoh TNB, No. , Lorong Wawasan , Jalan Hutan Melintang, 6�00 Hutan Melintang TNB, Jalan Pasar, �50 Menglembu, Ipoh TNB, No. 887, Jalan Sultan Badlishah, 05990 Alor Setar TNB, Bt.  Jalan Changlun, 06000 Jitra TNB, Jalan Ayer Hangat, 07000 Kuah, Pulau Langkawi TNB, No. 9- Rumah Kedai  Tkt, Jalan Sukamari, 06700 Pendang, TNB, No. A-B, Pekan Kuala Nerang, 0600 Kuala Nerang TNB, No. , Jalan Petri, 08009, Sg. Petani TNB, Lot �, Taman Warisan, 08000 Guar Cempedak, TNB, No. 8-9, Bangunan Inai Pekan Sik, 0800 Sik TNB, Jalan Pondok Labu, 09000 Kulim TNB, Bangunan Umno/Wakaf, Jalan Sultan Abdul Halim, 0900 Baling TNB, No. , Jalan Bulatan, �950 Bandar Baru TNB, No. , Wisma TNB, Jalan Perda Barat, Bandar Perda,�000 Bukit Mertajam TNB, No. 0, Jalan Anson,0�00 Pulau Pinang, TNB, Lorong Kulit, 0�60 Pulau Pinang TNB, No. 6� Off Jalan Mahsuri, 950 Bandar Bayan Baru TNB, Jalan Relau, 000 Balik Pulau TNB, No. 0, Jalan Tenaga, Seberang Jaya, 700 Perai TNB, No. 899-90, Taman Sri Mangga, Juru, �000 Bukit Mertajam TNB, No. �, Jalan Chiku, Taman Chiku, �000 Bukit Mertajam TNB, Jalan Nuri, Taman Sentosa, �00 Nibong Tebal TNB, Aras Bawah, Bgn.Umno, Jalan Bertam, 00 Kepala Batas TNB, No. 0 Jalan Besar, Sungai Bakap, �00 Nibong Tebal 05-500 05-�6599 05-80800 05-776 0 05-6 0/0 05-688 00/�850 05-7500 05-5  05-�� 0�/00 05-66 0/55 05-79855 05-598� 05-�59700 05-595 05-767709 05-�5800 05-7700 05-�00 05-5�9 5� 05-6�68 05-8558 0�-777 0�-97 00�/�55 0�-966600 0�-75979� 0�-7866 0 0�-� 00 0�-�68600 0�-�6955 0�-�90600 0�-�700 05-767 0�-60800 0�-� 000 0�-6065 0�-6�7 0�-86699 0�-8000 0�-5070�6 0�-50560 0�-59606 0�-57500 0�-58780 0�-59070 0�-5756 0�-58067 0�-767 0�-976�6 0�-966700 0�-7597� 0�-786690 0�-�807 0�-�687�00 0�-�695500 0�-�90509 0�-�7005 05-7697�5 0�-58 6900 0�-7067 0�-79�8 0�-6�0 0�-8666� 0�-900�� 05-5�599 05-6��8�0 05-�500 05-77�9 05-�0855 05-�66858 05-807 05-7767�� 05-656 05-688�76 05-79 05-59 05-��870 05-66977 05-79950 05-5986050 05-�595�6

KEDAH
Kedai Tenaga Alor Setar Kedai Tenaga Jitra Kedai Tenaga P. Langkawi Kedai Tenaga Pendang Kedai Tenaga Kuala Nerang Kedai Tenaga Sungai Petani Kedai Tenaga Guar Cempedak Kedai Tenaga Sik Kedai Tenaga Kulim Kedai Tenaga Baling Kedai Tenaga Bandar Baru

PULAU­­­­­­­PINANG
Kedai Tenaga Perda (Bkt. Mertajam)� Kedai Tenaga Pulau Pinang Kedai Tenaga Pulau Pinang Kedai Tenaga Bandar Bayan Baru, Kedai Tenaga Balik Pulau Kedai Tenaga Seberang Jaya Kedai Tenaga Bukit Mertajam Kedai Tenaga Bukit Mertajam Kedai Tenaga Nibong Tebal Kedai Tenaga Bertam Kedai Tenaga Nibong Tebal

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List­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­Kedai­­­­­­­Tenaga­­­­­­­in­­­­­­­Semenanjung­­­­­­­Malaysia­­­­­­­(cont.)
PERLIS
Kedai Tenaga Kangar TNB, Bulatan Jubli Emas, 0000 Kangar, Perlis TNB, No. �0, Jalan Tengku Ismail, 8000 Temerloh TNB, Bandar Baru Maran, 6500 Maran. TNB, Jalan Sri Jaafar, 8709 Bentong TNB, Jalan Pekeliling, 7600 Raub. TNB, Jalan Lipis Benta, 700 Kuala Lipis. TNB, Lot 7, Seksyen 8, Jalan Sultan Ahmad, 6600 Pekan. TNB, Jalan Dulang, Bandar Baru, 7000 Jerantut. TNB, Jalan Besar, 6�00 Pusat Bandar Jengka. TNB, MM8� & 85, Medan Mewah, 6700 Muadzam Shah. TNB, No. �9/5, Jalan Syed Othman, Taman sentosa 6800 Kuala Rompin TNB, Kg. Tekek, 86800 Pulau Tioman TNB, Wisma TNB, Lot �, Seksyen 9, Jalan Gambut, 550 Kuantan TNB, No. 6�, Persiaran Camelia , Juta Villa, 9000 Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands TNB, A5, Jalan Gebeng /8, Kawasan Perindustrian Gebeng, 6080 Kuantan. TNB, No. 8, Jalan Sri Kerayong , Bandar Baru Bera, 800 Triang TNB, Jalan Cherong Lanjut, 067 Kuala Terengganu TNB, Jalan Banggol, 000 Kuala Terengganu TNB, Jalan Tembila, Kg. Raja, 00 Besut TNB, Lot 79 Jalan Baru Pak Sabah, 000 Dungun TNB, Jalan Sulaimani, �000 Kemaman TNB, No 7, Taman Tiras, 700 Kuala Berang TNB, Jalan Permaisuri , Bandar Permaisuri, 00 Setiu TNB, Lot 7 & 7, Bandar Sri Kerteh, �00 Kerteh, Kemaman. TNB, PT, Jalan Dato Kamaruddin, 000 Jertih, Besut. TNB, Bangunan Koperasi 3K, Jln. Sultan Zainal Abidin1, Bandar Al-Muktafi Billah Shah, �00 Dungun. TNB, No. 5, KM , Jalan Wakaf Tapai, 600 Marang TNB, Jalan Machang, 6800 Pasir Puteh TNB, PT �7, Jalan Kampong Telok, 600 Bachok. TNB, Jalan Masjid Lama, 7000 Pasir Mas. TNB, Jalan Besar, 600 Tumpat. No. 9, Wisma MDT, Jalan Puteri Saadong, 650 Wakaf Baru. TNB, Jalan Tengku Zainal Abidin, 8000 Kuala Krai. TNB, Lot 6, Bandar Baru,800 Gua Musang. TNB, Lot 779 & 780, Jalan Bakti, 8500 Machang. TNB, Lot 5, Jalan Pasir Mas, 7500 Tanah Merah. TNB, PT 75 & 76, Jalan Pasar, 6�50 Ketereh. TNB, Jalan Jeli/Dabong, 7600 Jeli. TNB, Lot PT 9, Pekedaian Baru, Zon Bebas Cukai, 700 Rantau Panjang TNB, Aras , Wisma TNB, Jalan Tok Hakim, 5000 Kota Bharu. 0�-97600 09-96500 09-�7750 09-00/769 09-5500/0 09-00 09-�96/00 09-666�6 09-�66�55 09-�575 09-��500 09-�9� 09-555688/559/67 05-�977 09-5860 09-55�086 09-6�0 09-6�559 09-695 67 09-8�868 09-85800/809 09-68�98/9 09-609969� 09-860�00 09-69758 09-8�6 09-6880 09-786700 09-778900 09-790909 09-756607 09-795957 09-966600 09-900 09-97500 09-9550�0 09-788600 09-9��080 09-795�5� 09-7�8988 09-8�75 09-688 09-7866786 09-7789 09-79080 09-7566 09-79�97 09-966665 09-957 09-975� 09-95570� 09-7886 09-9��000 09-79080 09-7�65 09-6956807 09-8�80 09-859066 09-6879 09-6099�6 09-860�0 09-55567� 05-�9��� 09-58908 09-55�78 09-6955 0�-9769 09-96�00 09-�777�6 09-5979 09-55�0 09-00 09-�00 09-66887 09-�66600 09- �5�76 09-��577

PAHANG
Kedai Tenaga Temerloh Kedai Tenaga Maran Kedai Tenaga Bentong Kedai Tenaga Raub Kedai Tenaga Kuala Lipis Kedai Tenaga Pekan Kedai Tenaga Jerantut Kedai Tenaga Jengka Kedai Tenaga Muadzam Shah Kedai Tenaga Kuala Rompin Kedai Tenaga Pulau Tioman Kedai Tenaga Kuantan Kedai Tenaga Cameron Highlands Kedai Tenaga Gebeng Kedai Tenaga Triang

TERENGGANU
Kedai Tenaga Kuala Terengganu Kedai Tenaga Kuala Terengganu Kedai Tenaga Besut Kedai Tenaga Dungun Kedai Tenaga Kemaman Kedai Tenaga Kuala Berang Kedai Tenaga Setiu Kedai Tenaga Kerteh Kedai Tenaga Jertih Kedai Tenaga AMBS Kedai Tenaga Marang

KELANTAN
Kedai Tenaga Pasir Puteh Kedai Tenaga Bachok Kedai Tenaga Pasir Mas Kedai Tenaga Tumpat Kedai Tenaga Wakaf Baru Kedai Tenaga Kuala Krai Kedai Tenaga Gua Musang Kedai Tenaga Machang Kedai Tenaga Tanah Merah Kedai Tenaga Ketereh Kedai Tenaga Jeli Kedai Tenaga Rantau Panjang Kedai Tenaga Kota Bharu

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Appendix 2
FLOWCHART­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­TNB­­­­­­­NEW­­­­­­­SUPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­PROCESS FOR­­­­­­­LOAD­­­­­­­UP­­­­­­­TO­­­­­­­100­­­­­­­KVA
START YES NO

Application <  poles?

No Connection Charges & Deposit ? No Yes

Registration Estimation No Approval ? Yes Connection Charges? Yes Payment ? Yes Service Installation Deposit Payment Meter Installation & Commissioning Issue “Welcome Letter” to END

Payment ? Yes Service Installation Meter Installation Confirm Estimation

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Appendix 3
PERMOHONAN­­­­­­­BEKALAN­­­­­­­ELEKTRIK­­­­­­­<­­­­­­­100kVA­­­­­­­: SENARAI­­­­­­­SEMAK­­­­­­­PERMOHONAN­­­­­­­BEKALAN­­­­­­­ELEKTRIK
No. Pelanggan : ___________________________________ Tarikh : ___________

Bil. .

Perkara Borang Permohonan Elektrik Lengkap a)� Tandatangan Pemohon b)� Cop Syarikat

Baru

Tambahan

Sementara 

 � 5 6 7 8 9

Pelan Tapak Rajah ‘Skimatik” pepasangan Pelan susun atur No Akaun terdekat No tiang terdekat Salinan kad pengenalan Borang G & H yang lengkap (bila siap pepasangan)� Lesen Pengilang (jika berkaitan)�

Tandatangan Penyemak :

____________________________

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Appendix 4
APPENDIX 4

CARTA­­­­­­­ALIRAN­­­­­­­PROSES­­­­­­­KELULUSAN­­­­­­­PEMBANGUNAN SEMENANJUNG­­­­­­­MALAYSIA­­­­­­­(KECUALI­­­­­­­WILAYAH­­­­­­­ PERSEKUTUAN­­­­­­­KUALA­­­­­­­LUMPUR­­­­­­­DAN­­­­­­­PUTRAJAYA)
1. Permohonan Kelulusan Dasar Pembangunan / Permohonan Kelulusan Tukar Syarat dan Pecah Sempadan
PTD / PTG
(1) (A) PermohonanKelulusan Dasar Tukar Syarat Kelulusan Dasar Pembangunan Oleh MMKN (17 minggu) (tidak termasuk peringkat Kelulusan Lembaga Tanah Ladang)

Ulasan / Perakuan Jabatan Pertanian JPBD JPS JPP PBAN PBAN TNB TM PBPT JKR Jabatan Penilaian Jika perlu: Jab. Mineral & Geosains, JAS, Jabatan Penerbangan Awam dll. Perakuan

Pendekatan I

Diberi Tempoh 30 hari

(1) (B) Kelulusan Muktamad Tukar Syarat dan Pecah Sempadan (9 hingga 10 minggu)

JPBD PBT

-

21 hari 30 hari

Ulasan / Perakuan

Pendekatan II

Tukar Syarat dan pecah Sempadan (22 minggu)

Jabatan Pertanian JPBD JPS JPP PBAN PBAN TNB TM PBPT JKR Jabatan Penilaian Jika perlu: Jab. Mineral & Geosains, JAS, Jabatan Penerbangan Awam dll.

Diberi Tempoh 30 hari

2.

Permohonan Kebenaran Merancang

(2) Kebenaran Merancang Sek. 21(1) Akta 172 Dilulus Oleh Majlis PBPT (12 minggu) KPKT (3) Lesen Pemaju Perumahan (Sek.5, Akta 118) Dilulus Oleh Pegawal (5) Permit Iklan Dan Jualan (Per. 5 PeraturanPeraturan Pemaju Perumahan, Kawalan & Pelesenan, 1989) Dilulus oleh Pengawal Perumahan (4 minggu)

Ulasan / Perakuan JPBD JPP JAS JKR PBAN JPS TNB TM Lain-lain (jika perlu) 24 30 90 21 30 30 30 30 30 hari hari hari (ElA) hari (lain) hari hari hari hari hari

3. 4.

Permohonan Lesen Pemaju Permohonan Kelulusan Pelan bangunan Permohonan Permit Iklan dan Jualan
Permohonan Kelulusan Sijil Kelayakan Menduduki Petunjuk : Akta 118 Akta 133 Akta 172 BPKN KPKT KTN MMKN PBAN PBT PBPT UKBS Seragam UUK - Akta Pemaju Perumahan (Kawalan & Perlesenan) 1966 - Akta Jalan, Parit dan Bangunan 1974 - Akta Perancangan Bandar & Desa 1976 - Bahagian Perlesenan & Khidmat Nasihat Kementerian Perumahan & Kerajaan Tempatan - Kementerian Perumahan & Kerajaan Tempatan - Kanun Tanah Negara 1965 - Mesyuarat Majlis Kerajaan Negeri - Pihak Berkuasa Air Negeri - Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan - Pihak Berkuasa Perancang Temapatan (termasuk PBT, SEDC Lemabga Kemajuan Wilayah, Pegawai Daerah dll) - Undang-Undang Kecil Bangunan 1984 - Undang-Undang Kecil

PBT (4) Kelulusan Pelan Bangunan (Seksyen 70 Akta 133 Dilulus Oleh Majlis Penuh PBT (12 minggu)

Perakuan (Urusan Pemohon) JPP JBPM JKR JPS TNB TM PBAN PBT (Dalaman) Lain-lain (jika perlu) -Jab. Penerbangan Awam -LLM -KTM 30 30 30 21 30 30 42 21 hari hari hari hari hari hari hari hari

5.

6.

PBT (6) Sijil Kelayakan Menduduki (CFO) (UUK 25 UKBS) Atau Sijil Kelayan Menduduki Sementara (TCFO) (UUK 26 UKBS) Sijil Ke Kelayakan Menduduki Sebahagian (UUK 27 UKBS) Dilulus oleh PBT – 2 minggu

Perakuan (Urusan Pemohon) JPP JBPM JKR JPS TNB TM PBAN PBT (dalaman) Lain-lain (jika perlu) 14 30 30 21 14 30 21 21 hari hari hari hari hari hari hari hari

Architect Certification of Completion / dikeluarkan Untuk tujuan penyerahan Pemilikan kosong

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Appendix 5

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Appendix 6
­­­­­­­
No. 

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­­­­­­­

­­­­­­­

­­­­­­­

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ELECTRICITY­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­EXCEEDING­­­­­­­100­­­­­­­kVA ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­CONSULTANT­­­­­­­ENGINEER­­­­­­­CHECKLIST
Information­­­­­­­Required

Form­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Document Summary of Load Data (A)� Basic Information

Address of Installation Name & Address of Architect Name & Address of Surveyor Name & Address of Owner/Developer Name & Address of Consultant Engineer Name & Address of Electrical Contractor Type of Premise Voltage Level (HV or LV)� Total Load required (kW)� Date Supply Required

Plans & Drawings

i. Master Development/Layout Plan ii. Site Plan/Proposed Sub-station Sites iii. Layout Plan of Sub-station Building iv. Layout Plan of Main Switch-room v. Single Line Diagram/Schematic of Installation vi. Diskette for all the above plans

(B)� Load Details (C)� Motor Loads (D)� Harmonic Spectrum (E)� Fluctuating Loads (F)� Tolerence Limits (G)� Capacitor Bank Installation (H) Load Profile & Consumption (I)� Load Details for Mixed Development  . Substation Land Metering Consent from land owner for leasing sub-station lot Preliminary metering information sheet

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Appendix 7
PART­­­­­­­B­­­­­­­:­­­­­­­TNB­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­PROCESS­­­­­­­FOR­­­­­­­LOAD­­­­­­­EXCEEDING 100­­­­­­­kVA­­­­­­­FLOW­­­­­­­CHART

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3

Appendix 8
Kepada : Tarikh Rujukan : : Jurutera Perunding ……………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………..

PERAKUAN­­­­­­­PENERIMAAN­­­­­­­BAGI­­­­­­­PERMOHONAN­­­­­­­BEKALAN­­­­­­­ELEKTRIK­­­­­­­KE­­­­­­­:­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

Sukacita dimaklumkan kepada pihak tuan bahawa permohonan bekalan di atas telah didaftarkan di pejabat kami dengan nombor rujukan di atas. Sila pihak tuan gunakan nombor rujukan ini dalam urusan permohonan bekalan dengan pihak kami. Pihak kami mendapati* : _____________________________________________________________ 1. Dokumen yang diperlukan bagi memproses permohonan ini telah lengkap. Oleh yang demikian, tuan adalah dijemput untuk menghadiri satu sesi perbincangan bersama dengan TNB pada tarikh dan waktu yang ditetapkan seperti berikut : Tarikh Masa : …………………………………… : ……………………………………

Tempat : …………………………………… ______________________________________________________________ . Dokumen yang diperlukan bagi memproses permohonan ini adalah masih belum mencukupi. Sila pihak tuan hantarkan dokumen-dokumen yang belum diterima oleh pihak kami iaitu yang tidak bertanda √ di Senarai Semak di sebelah dengan segera kepada pihak kami. Kami akan mengaturkan sesi perbincangan dengan pihak tuan sebaik sahaja semua dokumen lengkap telah diperolehi. ______________________________________________________________ Sila pihak tuan maklum bahawa pegawai kami yang bertanggungjawab menguruskan permohonan bekalan tuan ini ialah Encik/Cik/Puan/……………………………………………... dan beliau boleh dihubungi di talian …………………………. sambungan ………………….. Kami di TNB mengalu-alukan kesudian pihak tuan berurusan dengan kami. Dengan kerjasama ini, kami berharap agar dapat memberikan bekalan pada masa yang ditetapkan dan seterusnya meningkatkan mutu perkhidmatan kami kepada pengguna. Sekian, terima kasih. “TNB­­­­­­­Penggerak­­­­­­­Kemajuan­­­­­­­Negara” Pengurus Kawasan COP PK s.k. Pemohon

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Appendix 9
JOINT­­­­­­­MEETING­­­­­­­ACTION­­­­­­­LOG­­­­­­­(FOR­­­­­­­SUPPLY­­­­­­­APPLICATION­­­­­­­>­­­­­­­100­­­­­­­kVA) To be filled in during joint Meeting DEVELOPER COMPANY : ___________________________ CONSULTANT COMPANY : __________________________ CONSULTANT ENGINEER CONTACT PERSON NAME : ________________ CONSULTANT ENGINEER CONTACT NUMBER : ____________________ PROJECT­­­­­­­NO. PROJECT DESCRIPTION REMARKS­­­­­­­(OR­­­­­­­TICK) Tech Item  Load Detail (Total Connected Load)� (kVA)� MEETING DATE: MEETING DATE:

DATE­­­­­­­APPLIED: ORIGINAL SUPPLY REQUEST DATE: RESPONSIBILITY­­­­­­­(TICK­­­­­­­ONLY) PK CONSULTANT PLAN OTHERS TARGET­­­­­­­DATE INITIAL REVISED 

. Load Applied MD (kW or A)� . Schematic Drawing (whole scheme)� �. Location Plan 5. Site Plan (Tapak)� 6. Key Plan 7. HV & LV Cable Route & F/Pillar location 8. Borang A for Substation 9. Substation Design (if defers from TNB std)� 0. Trenches details (if defers from TNB std)� . Road Accessibility (8wks before work commence by TNB)� . Switch Room/MSB/ Genset Location . Tariff �. Metering Details CT sizes – Etc Tech­­­­­­­Item: . Customer Project Schedule . Commitment Letter (if required)� . Deposit /Bank Guarantee (for P/E)� Other­­­­­­­Comment/issues­­­­­­­Related­­­­­­­To­­­­­­­Project

FILLED­­­­­­­BY­­­­­­­TNB­­­­­­­PLANNER­­­­­­­IN­­­­­­­THE­­­­­­­FINAL­­­­­­­JOINT­­­­­­­MEETING Date Planning Clock Starts Revised Supply Request Date (base on project timeline)�

………………………. Pengurus Kawasan

……………………… Consultant

…………………… Planner Engineer

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Appendix 10
Rujukan Kami : Rujukan Tuan : Tarikh Jurutera Perunding _________________________ Pemaju _________________________ TAJUK­­­­­­­PROJEK­­­­­­­:­­­­­­­SLA NO.­­­­­­­PROJEK: CAS SAMBUNGAN PENGGUNA Sukacita dimaklumkan, bahawa jumlah Cas­­­­­­­Sambungan untuk pembangunan di atas yang perlu dijelaskan oleh pihak tuan adalah seperti di bawah: Bayaran Cas Sambungan Dengan perkataan Bil    � Perkara Cas Beban Cas Kabel Jumlah kabel melebihi 6 km (jika ada)� Cas “Special Features” (jika ada)� Jumlah keseluruhan : = RMXXX,XXX.XX Ringgit Malaysia “XXX” Bil­­­­­­­Bangunan /Jumlah­­­­­­­kabel Jumlah­­­­­­­seunit/km Jumlah
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

Nota:Maklumat terperinci bagi perkara ()� dan ()� pada jadual di atas adalah seperti pada lampiran yang dikepilkan bersama dengan surat ini. . Pembayaran Cas Sambungan ini hendaklah dibuat dengan segera bagi memastikan bekalan elektrik dapat disalurkan kepada pihak tuan. Cek hendaklah dipalang “Akaun Penerima Sahaja” dan dibayar di atas nama “Tenaga­­­­­­­ Nasionl­­­­­­­ Berhad”. . Kerja-kerja bekalan elektrik akan dimulakan selepas Cas Sambungan Pengguna telah dijelaskan. Walau bagaimanapun, pemberian bekalan elektrik adalah tertakluk juga kepada perkara-perkara berikut: . Penyerahan pencawang elektrik . Keadaan tapak yang membolehkan kerja-kerja TNB dijalankan. . Jaminan bank bagi tapak pencawang diserahkan. �. Jumlah cas sambungan ini adalah dikira berdasarkan Kenyataan Cas Sambungan yang diluluskan oleh Kementerian Tenaga, Air dan Komunikasi, mengikut jenis beban pengguna (tariff jangka)�, punca bekalan yang di ambil, skim bekalan yang dipilih (Special Features)� dan kehendak-kehendak Majlis Tempatan. Oleh yang demikian jumlah Cas Sambungan yang dinyatakan ini adalah tertakluk­­­­­­­kepada­­­­­­­perubahan­­­­­­­semasa.­­­­­­­Tempoh­­­­­­­sahlaku­­­­­­­surat­­­­­­­cas­­­­­­­sambungan­­­­­­­ini adalah Tempoh sahlaku surat cas sambungan ini­­­­­­­adalah­­­­­­­ selama­­­­­­­8­­­­­­­bulan­­­­­­­dari­­­­­­­tarikh­­­­­­­surat­­­­­­­ini. 5. Selaras dengan Service Level Agreement di antara pihak TNB dengan pihak tuan, pihak tuan perlulah menjelas bayaran cas sambungan dalam tempoh lapan (8)� bulan dari tarikh surat ini. Sekian, terima kasih. “TNB­­­­­­­PENGGERAK­­­­­­­KEMAJUAN­­­­­­­NEGARA” (Nama)� (Jawatan)�

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Appendix 11
SAMPLE­­­­­­­OF­­­­­­­APPOINTMENT­­­­­­­LETTER­­­­­­­OF­­­­­­­CONSULTANT­­­­­­­ENGINEER

Applicant’s Letterhead (if available) consisting applicant’s name and address ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Rujukan Tarikh : :

Kepada : Pengurus Besar Negeri (Selangor)� Bahagian Pembahagian TNB Persiaran Damai, Seksyen  �0000 Shah Alam Selangor. SURAT­­­­­­­ PERLANTIKAN­­­­­­­ SYARIKAT­­­­­­­ JURUTERA­­­­­­­ PERUNDING­­­­­­­ …………………………………….…­­­­­­­ SEBAGAI­­­­­­­PERUNDING­­­­­­­BAGI­­­­­­­MENGURUSKAN­­­­­­­PERMOHONAN­­­­­­­BEKALAN­­­­­­­ELEKTRIK­­­­­­­KE­­­­­­­ …………………………………………… _______________________________________________________________________________________ Dengan ini kami mengesahkan pelantikan syarikat perunding di atas sebagai perunding rasmi yang akan menguruskan proses permohonan bekalan elektrik ke premis / tapak pembangunan di atas dengan pihak TNB. Sekian, harap maklum.

Yang Benar,

……………………………………………. (Name of Applicant)�

Office Stamp

s.k. Jurutera Perunding

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Appendix 12
SUMMARY OF LOAD DATA FOR DEMAND EXCEEDING 00 KVA (~�0A)�
A. Basic Information 
  � 5 6 7 Address of installation Site Location (Lot & Mk No.)� Single-tenancy or multi-tenanted premise Type of Premise Total Gross Built-in Floor Area Total Land Area Name of Architect Address Telephone no. Fax no E-mail Address 8 Name of Surveyor Address Telephone no. Fax no E-mail Address 9 Name of Owner/Developer Address Telephone no. Fax no E-mail Address 0 Name of Consultant Engineer Address Telephone no Fax no E-mail Address  Name of Electrical Contractor Address Telephone no Fax no E-mail Address   � 5 5a Requirements for temporary supply Date supply required (ORIGINAL)� Date supply required (FINAL)� MD (kW)� : Voltage (V)� : MD (kW)� : MD (kW)� : Date supply required : Date supply required : Date supply required :

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

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PLANS* CERTIFIED BY PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER  SETS : (Please specify plan no & date below)� Master Development/Layout Plan (Pelan Induk Lokasi & Lot Pembangunan Tanah)� approved by JPB&D Plan No. : Date : 

5b

Site Plan/Proposed Sub-station Sites (Pelan Lokasi & Cadangan Tapak Pencawang Elektrik Fasa)� Plan No. : Date : 

5c

Layout Plan of Sub-station Building (Stand-Alone / Compartment)� Pelan SusunAtur (Layout)� Bangunan Pencawang Plan No. : Plan No. : Plan No. : Date : Date : Date : 

5d 5e

Layout Plan of Main Switch Rooms (Pelan Bilik Suis & Skematik Papan Suis Pengguna)� Single Line Diagram/Schematic of Installation (Pelan Skematik Pepasangan)�

*­­­­­­­NOTES­­­­­­­: (i) The Master Development/Layout Plans (15a) are approved by Local Authority/Jabatan Perancang Bandar & Desa/Jabatan Tanah & Galian. These Plans should already contain TNB preliminary comments on sub-station and right of way/wayleave requirement, as the case may be. (ii) The Site Plans/Proposed Sub-stations Sites (15b) indicate the locations of sub-station sites for the overall development area. (iii) The Layout Plans of sub-station building (15c) must show the cable entry locations, trenching and ducting details according to TNB specifications. (iv) Layout Plan of Main Switch-room (15d) must indicate the location of MSB, trenching/ducting details for cable entry. (v) The Wiring Diagrams should indicate incoming switches, metering location and devices, protection schemes and devices, bus-bar and switchegear rating. (vi) All drawings and plans are to be submitted in three (3) complete sets. Soft copies in ACAD are also preferable.

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Appendix 12
Load Category Total lighting points and load (kW)� Total air-conditioning points and load (kW)� Total motor nos. and loads Single phase - Three phase Other special loads (arc welding, arc furnace & others)� . . . �. 5. Total load (kW)� - Maximum Total (kW)� - Minimum
* Minimum values nee to be specified for customer taking supply at above 6.6kV

Nos.

B. Load Details Connected Load Information kVA Power Factor

kW

Load after Diversity kW @ diversity factor

C. Details on Motor Loads Motor Size Type of control equipment Sub-transient Reactance/ Locked Rotor Reactance Starting Current (Amps)� Starting Frequency (nos/hour)� Power Factor Under voltage setting

D.­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­The­­­­­­­availability­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­harmonic­­­­­­­spectrum­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­submission­­­­­­­status­­­­­­­to­­­­­­­TNB­­­­­­­for­­­­­­­all­­­­­­­harmonic­­­­­­­generating­­­­­­­ equipment­­­­­­­to­­­­­­­be­­­­­­­summarized­­­­­­­in­­­­­­­table­­­­­­­below:Non-linear Availability of harmonic spectrum Submission Status load (Yes or No) (Yes or No)

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Appendix 12
Type of Fluctuating Load E. Details On Fluctuating Lo ads To Be Specified In Table Below:Rate Of Changes For kW And Shortest repetitive time The largest step changes kVAr per Minute interval between kW & kVAr in kW and kVAr fluctuations in minutes kW/min kVAr/min

F. Tolerence Limits For All Voltage Sensitive Equipment To Be Provided In The Table Below:Transient voltage tolerence Harmonic voltage limits of equipment as % Steady-state tolerence limits distortion tolerence limits of nominal voltage and Voltage Sensitive Loads as % of nominal voltage as % of total harmonic corresponding duration (maximum & minimum)� and individual harmonic distortion % Time (ms)�

G. Capacitor bank installation:Type of connection No. of bank kVAr/bank Total kVAr Type of control equipment Star / Delta

Monthly Peak MD (kW)�

H. Load profile and consumption data, if relevant:Monthly Consumption Load Factor (hours/month)�

Estimated monthly consumption (kWh)�

I. Load details for mixed development:-* Submitted by : (Signature of Electrical Consultant)�

Date : * Kindly use the format as in APPENDIX 13

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Appendix 13

LOCATION PLAN

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Appendix 14
­­­­­­­

Nota: • •

­­­­­­­

BORANG­­­­­­­PERAKUAN­­­­­­­PAJAKAN/PINDAHMILIK­­­­­­­TANAH­­­­­­­PENCAWANG

Borang ini digunakan untuk tapak pencawang elektrik yang diperlukan atas permintaan pengguna/pemaju sahaja. Salinan hakmilik tanah disertakan.

A.­­­­­­­Tajuk­­­­­­­projek: B.­­­­­­­Butir-butir­­­­­­­Pemilik­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Permohon­­­­­­­/­­­­­­­Pemaju­­­­­­­: B. Nama pemilik : B. No. Kad Pengenalan : B. Alamat : ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________

B�. Nama dan No. Pendaftaran Syarikat/ Perniagaan *pemohon/pemaju : B5. Alamat :

________________________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________ _______________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________

B6. Nama Perunding : B7. Alamat :

C.­­­­­­­Butir-butir­­­­­­­Tanah­­­­­­­untuk­­­­­­­pembinaan­­­­­­­pencawang­­­­­­­elektrik C. No Suratan Hakmilik: C. No: Lot: C. Mukim/Daerah: C�. Negeri C5. Keluasan Lot: C6. Luas tapak pencawang yang diperlukan TNB: ________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________

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Appendix 14
Aku Janji dan Tanggungrugi *Pemilik/Pemaju Sebagai balasan kepada Tenaga Nasional Berhad (No. 200��66-W) (‘TNB’) kerana penyediaan kelengkapan bagi tujuan pemberian bekalan elektrik, saya/kami ________________________________ sesungguhnya bersetuju dan berakujanji seperti berikut: a. Untuk memajakan tanah tapak pencawang diatas kepada TNB selama 0 tahun dengan bayaran sebanyak RM 0.00 sahaja dengan pilihan bagi TNB untuk membaharui pajakan itu selama 0 tahun lagi dengan terma dan syarat yang sama. ATAU b. Untuk memindahmilik tanah tapak pencawang diatas kepada TNB dengan bayaran nominal sebanyak RM0.00 sahaja. ATAU c. Untuk membiayai semua kos dan perbelanjaan bagi membolehkan TNB memperolehi tapak tanah pencawang elektrik atau pajakan tanah selama 0 tahun dengan pilihan untuk memperbaharui pajakan selama 0 tahun dengan terma dan syarat yang sama bagi tanah yang tidak dimiliki oleh saya/kami serta telah memperolehi kebenaran pindahmilik tanah/pajakan kepada TNB atau telah diberi kuasa oleh (nama pemilik)� melalui surat kuasa wakil bertarikh _________ dan dilampirkan bersama-sama ini.. Sekiranya saya/kami memerlukan bekalan elektrik dengan segera (iaitu sebelum urusan pajakan/pindahmilik tanah tapak pencawang selesai dilaksanakan)�, pihak saya/kami bersetuju mengadakan satu Jaminan Bank bernilai RM 0,000( Ringgit: Dua Puluh Ribu Sahaja)� atas nama TNB dan saya/kami bersetuju membaharui Jaminan Bank itu sehingga tanah di pajak atau dipindahmilik kepada TNB. Sekiranya berlaku kemungkiran dari pihak saya/kami dalam mana-mana akujanji seperti yang telah ditetapkan yang mana akibat dari itu TNB telah menanggung apa-apa kerugian, kehilangan, menanggung apa-apa perbelanjaan, tindakan mahkamah, saya/kami akan menanggung rugi atau apa-apa perbelanjaan termasuk kos dan yuran guaman pihak TNB. Akujanji ini mengikat pewaris, wasi, pentadbir, pengganti hakmilik dan wakil-wakil yang dilantik oleh pihak saya/ kami. Klausa-klausa di dalam akujanji ini adalah berasingan dan berbeza diantara satu sama lain dan pada bila-bila masa sekiranya terdapat salah satu atau lebih daripada klausa-klausa tersebut menjadi tidak sah dari segi undang-undang, maka ketidaksahan tersebut tidak akan sama sekali memberi kesan kepada klausa-klausa yang lain. Akujanji ini telah dilaksanakan pada tarikh __________________ tahun ________. __________________________________ (Tandatangan Pemilik/Pemaju)� Nama : ________________________________ ___________________

Disaksikan oleh: Nama : _________________________________ No. Kad Pengenalan : _____________________ Jawatan : ______________________________

No. Kad Pengenalan : Jawatan :

______________________________

* Potong mana-mana yang tidak berkaitan

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Appendix 15

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Appendix 16
Demand­­­­­­­forecast­­­­­­­and­­­­­­­sub-station­­­­­­­capacity­­­­­­­for­­­­­­­LV­­­­­­­system Annual­­­­­­­ Maximum No Year Growth Demand(kVA)  0 .00% 000   .00% 060.00   .00% .80 �  .00% 85.�5 5 � .00% 5.0 6 5 .00% 8.55 7 6 .00% 6�.9 8 7 .00% �. 9 8 .00% �60.�6 0 9 .00% 509.67  0 .00% 559.86   .00% 585.�6   .00% 6. �  .00% 67.� 5 � .00% 66.8 Nos. of sub-station required and transformer sizes Year 0  5 0 5 M.D­­­­­­­(kVA) 000 060.00 5.0 509.67 66.8 Transformer Loading­­­­­­­(%) Transformer­­­­­­­Sizes/Number­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­sub-stations 500 750 60 6.67 �.�� 65 6.� �. 70 6.� �.9 75 6.69 �.�6 80 6.66 �.�� No. of sub-stations= M.D/( Tx size x % loading/00)� No. of s/stns required = � (for a 000 kVA Tx size)� Feeder­­­­­­­Capacity­­­­­­­(kVA)/No.­­­­­­­of­­­­­­­­­­­­­­feeders 185mm2­­­­­­­Al­­­­­­­ 185mm2­­­­­­­Cu­­­­­­­ 300mm2­­­­­­­A1­­­­­­­ 300mm2­­­­­­­Cu­­­­­­­ XLPE­­­­­­­4-C­­­­­­­ XLPE­­­­­­­4-C­­­­­­­ XLPE­­­­­­­4-C­­­­­­­ XLPE­­­­­­­4-C­­­­­­­ 230kVA­­­­­­­@­­­­­­­ 337kVA@­­­­­­­ 294kVA­­­­­­­@­­­­­­­ 431kVA­­­­­­­@­­­­­­­ 320A,0.415kV 470A,0.415kV 410A,­­­­­­­0.415­­­­­­­kV 600A,­­­­­­­0.415kV .7� �.8� 7.0 .60 7.9 . �.0 9.56 6. . .76 8.70 5.58 0.6� .9 8. 6.5� .9 .9� 8.8 Remark

Year

Maximum­­­­­­­ Feeder­­­­­­­%­­­­­­­ Demand­­­­­­­(kVA) Loading 000 060 5 509 66 �0 50 60 70 70

0  5 0 5

No. of feeders = Max. Demand/( feeder capacity x % loading/00)�

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Appendix 17
SITE PLAN / LOCATION PLAN AND LAYOUT PLAN

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Appendix 17
SUBSTATION LAYOUT DRAWING OF SINGLE CHAMBER

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Appendix 17
LOGO DETAILS OF SINGLE CHAMBER

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Appendix 18
SITE PLAN / LOCATION PLAN AND LAYOUT PLAN

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Appendix 18
SUBSTATION LAYOUT DRAWING FOR DOUBLE CHAMBER

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Appendix 18
LOGO DETAIL FOR DOUBLE CHAMBER

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7A)

MV/HV, 1 OR 2 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Front View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7A

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7B)

MV/HV, 1 OR 2 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Rear View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7B November 2006

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Appendix 19

MV/HV, 1 OR 2 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Base View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7C November 2006 

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7D)

3 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Front View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7D November 2006

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7E)

MV/HV, 3 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Rear View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7E November 2006 

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7F)

MV/HV,  Feeder Base Frame: Top View

MV/HV, 3 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Base Frame
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7F November 2006

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7G)

MV/HV, 1, 2 OR 3 FEEDER METERING KIOSK - Side View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7G November 2006 

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7H)

1, 2, 3 OR 4 FEEDER METER TEST BOX - To be placed inside Metering Kiosk
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7H November 2006

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7I)

MV/HV, 1, 2, 3 OR 4 FEEDER METER TEST BOX - Front View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7I November 2006 

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7J)

1, 2, 3 OR 4 FEEDER METER TEST BOX - Rear View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7J November 2006

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Appendix 19

(Drawing 7K & 7L)

MV/HV 1, 2, 3 OR 4 FEEDER METER TEST BOX - Side View & Top View
PERKHIDMATAN PERJANGKAAN (PERJANGKAAN BESAR) Drawing 7K & 7L November 2006 

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Appendix 20

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Appendix 21
DRAWING NO  : SINGLE PHASE METER BOARD 

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Appendix 22
DRAWING NO A : SINGLE PHASE METERING ARRANGEMENT 

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Appendix 22
DRAWING NO B : SINGLE PHASE METERING ARRANGEMENT. 

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DRAWING NO A : OUTDOOR METERING PANEL 

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Appendix 24
DRAWING NO B : POLE MOUNTED SINGLE PHASE METERING PANEL 

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Appendix 25
DRAWING NO �A :  PHASE OVERHEAD INCOMING.

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Appendix 25
DRAWING NO �B :  PHASE OVERHEAD INCOMING. 

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Appendix 25
DRAWING NO �C :  PHASE UNDERGROUND INCOMING.

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Appendix 26
DRAWING NO. �D: EXTERNAL SURFACE WIRING 

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Appendix 26
DRAWING NO. �E

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Appendix 26
DRAWING NO. �F 

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DRAWING NO 5A : SINGLE PHASE GROUP METERING 

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Appendix 27
DRAWING NO 5B: SINGLE PHASE GROUP METERING 

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Appendix 27
DRAWING NO 5C : SINGLE PHASE GROUP METERING 

00mm 

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Appendix 28
DRAWING NO 5D:  PHASE GROUP METERING 

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Appendix 28
DRAWING NO 5E:  PHASE GROUP METERING

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Appendix 28
DRAWING NO 5F:  PHASE GROUP METERING. 

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Appendix 29

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Published­­­­­­­by: Distribution­­­­­­­Division Tenaga­­­­­­­Nasional­­­­­­­Berhad Website:­­­­­­­ http://www.tnb.com.my Electricity­­­­­­­Supply­­­­­­­Application­­­­­­­Handbook Second­­­­­­­Edition­­­­­­­March­­­­­­­2007

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