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TNB aims to convert 30% of operating fleet to electric by 2030

It has planned to target 1,000 EVs, for its commitment to sustainable mobility.

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has committed to accelerating its operational electric fleet to 30% by 2030 as part of its extensive strategy for carbon reduction.

With a target of over 1,000 electric vehicles (EVs), the plan aligns with Malaysia’s ambitious goal of achieving carbon neutrality and sustainable mobility by 2050.

Additionally, TNB has also planned to deploy 98 new units, including 78 electric pickup trucks and 20 electric vans, bringing the total EV number of its fleet to 127. The plan aligns with the Malaysian Government’s target of 20% EVs in total industry volume sales by 2030.

The transition to EVs is estimated to lead to a yearly reduction of 2,200 to 4,833 tonnes of CO2, an equivalent to approximately 88,000 to 193,320 trees as an offset. Additionally, the plan can lead to significant cost reductions, with savings of 35%-86% on maintenance and 25%-70% on energy.

“TNB is not only dedicated to accelerating EV adoption by 2030 but also focuses on reskilling for the EV industry, building charging infrastructure, sponsoring EV-related studies, and fostering coalitions among EV sector players,” Dato' Seri Ir. Baharin Din, President and CEO of TNB, said.


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