NEM Assembly Study & Charges

Net metering policies have been designed to give users credit on their utility bills for generating more electricity than they use at the full retail electricity rates. That is, net energy metering helps consumers account for these excess energy by crediting consumers for the excess electricity their panels produce for future use. However, NEM Assessment…

NEM Excess Energy Calculation

The surplus energy supply to NEM consumers will be determined based on the leading displaced cost of the necessary voltage level supplied at the existing coupling point. Note also that the net electricity billing shall be calculated based on the following criteria: Net Billing = [Energy Consumed from DL (kWh) x Gazetted Tariff] – [Energy…

NEM Installation Types and Capacity Limits

The types of installation include: Rooftop installation, and Car parks, garage or any related structures installations Capacity limitation: The maximum capacity of Photovoltaic (PV) installation system for both industrial as well as commercial customers for single phase is 1 MWp, approximately 75% highest possible consumption or about 60% fuse rating or at least a minimum…

NEM Eligibility

Only consumers who are duly registered with Sabah and Labuan (SESB), and are members of the Distribution Licensee in Peninsular Malaysia are eligible. Consumers who are defaulting and have not paid their bills are blacklisted and disqualified from applying for the NEM scheme. Consumers who are under the categories of TNB/SESB, and are subscribers to…