CEIC Analytics – Malaysia Electricity Report

Nov. 10, 2006 – CEIC Analytics – Malaysia Electricity Report

Electricity demand in Malaysia grew 33% from 1998 to 2005. Electricity sales grew from 46,514 GWh in 1998 to 73,987 GWh in 2005.
The electricity supply industry (ESI) Malaysia is dominated by 3 utilities and are complemented by various Independent Power Producers (IPPs).

Scope of this Report
Our Malaysia Electricity report provides in-depth analysis and statistics, with 2004 and 2005 year-end market data and updated data for Q1-Q2 2006. This report gives an instant overview of the Malaysian electricity market. The data contains graphic illustrations in form of tables and graphs and expert views.

Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 Electricity Supply Industry
1.1.1 Industry Size
1.1.2 Generation Utilities
1.1.3 Reserve Margins
1.2 Regulatory Environment
1.2.1 Energy Function
1.2.2 National Energy Policy
1.2.3 Rural Electrification
1.3 Electricity Supply Industry Trust

2. Market Trends and Outlook
2.1 Tariff
2.2 Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)
2.3 Generation Mix and Fuel Costs
2.4 Renewable Energy
2.5 Fuel Cell
2.6 Industry SWOT
2.7 Outlook – 9th Malaysia Plan 2006-2010

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix
3.1 Listed Dominant Electricity Utility
3.2 Listed IPPs
3.3 SWOT of Leading Players

Sunil Nair
(Web Admin)

— End —