At the moment, our package price ranges from RM18,900 (for 3kWp) to RM78,800 (for 15kWp) for an outright purchase. Please register your interest on our website here.
Yes, you can as long as the total installed capacity is not more than 12kWp for a single-phase or 72kWp for a 3-phase system.
It depends on your monthly bill, consumption pattern and the size of the installation. Indicative numbers can be derived from the saving table as shown in our brochure.
Our smallest system size is 3kW and that corresponds to a minimum bill of about RM90. To know how much you can save vs. how much does the solar PV system cost, you may refer to our brochure. You can then decide whether or not to install a Solar PV system based on the savings and the investment required.
Besides cost considerations, it also depends on your motivation. One who is interested in being a green prosumer to generate clean energy might opt for the installation despite having to pay more than the savings achieved with the Solar PV system.
Take these simple steps to own your Solar PV system:
Register your interest and contact us now at email@example.com
For a personal loan, we will only install once we receive the payment from your bank.
You could opt for the easy payment packages by selected credit card providers or personal loan that offers quite an attractive rate.
Definitely! You can put a down payment and reduce your monthly instalment. We are flexible.
Comparison of total investment vs. savings indicates a simple payback period of between 7-8 years.
At this moment, not yet.
For a typical house in Malaysia, the size ranges from 2kW to 12kW. To understand how many panels or how big system size can be installed on our rooftop: for every 1kW, it requires 3 panels with a total size of 6sqm. Each panel is 2mx1m (2sqm).
Depends on the type of roof. If you have a flat roof, very likely most of the space can be utilized for solar PV. However, if you have a pitched roof, utilizing the whole roof area might not be productive since solar PV generation in Malaysia is optimized by facing south at a certain tilt angle. There are also installations facing east/west in the country. In conclusion, installation sizing should depend more on your consumption to be in line with the NEM spirit of consumption first.
Yes, you can. For residential, the maximum size is 12kW for single-phase and 72kW for 3-phase. However, if you install more than your house consumption, you may run into the risk of not utilizing your credit and after 24 months, the credit (i.e. the amount of ringgit TNB owes you) will be forfeited. Therefore, it is advisable to install based on your consumption level. Read more about this from the SEDA website www.seda.gov.my
No. The excess energy generated by your Solar PV will flow to TNB Grid and with NEM you can get credit to further reduce your bill. The leasing arrangement is separate from NEM. You still have to pay for the leasing amount to PEGS while your credit under NEM goes straight to deduct the amount in your TNB Bill.
Yes, you are advised to insure your house against fire risk caused by solar PV installation. You may add a rider to your existing insurance policy.
We do not have a solution for individual apartments for now. However, we do receive a lot of interest from the Joint Management Body (JMB) which is responsible for the common areas of high-rise residences. We do have packages for the JMB that fall under the commercial tariff customers.