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What is in NEM 3.0?


Government has launched NEM 3.0 this year. So what is the difference between NEM 3.0 and other NEMs. This time, NEM 3.0, method is different. The quota is divide into 3 different types so there will be no issue between domestic and non-domestic sector.


Types of quotas in NEM 3.0


The recently launched NEM 3.0 is divided into 3 types of quotas namely

1) NEM Rakyat

a) For TNB domestic category consumers


b) 100 MW is allocated


c) 2 capacity options

I. 4 kwac

II. 10 kwac


d) How the system works

I. The NEM system will be conducted for the first 10 years. Users electricity is charge on one-on-one system where each electricity consumption from TNB will be deducted from the solar energy sent to TNB according to the latest electricity tariff rate.


II. After a period of 10 years the system switched to the Selco system. Consumers no longer send excess solar energy to TNB and adopt to the concept of "self consumption" where solar energy is for personal use and users will be charged for energy obtained from TNB.


2) NEM GoMen

a) For government building of related government agency.


b) 100 MW is allocated


c) 1MWac capacity limit and only 1 account for one applicant


d) How the system works

I. The NEM system will be conducted for the first 10 years. Users electricity is charge on one-on-one system where each electricity consumption from TNB will be deducted from the solar energy sent to TNB according to the latest electricity tariff rate.


II. After a period of 10 years the system switched to the Selco system. Consumers no longer send excess solar energy to TNB and adopt to the concept of "self consumption" where solar energy is for personal use and users will be charged for energy obtained from TNB.


3) Net Offset Virtual Aggregiation (NOVA)

a) For non-domestic categories


b) 500 MW is allocated


c) Capacity limit

I. For Net system offset maximum 1 MWac

II. For Net offset virtual aggregation system maximum 5 MWac


d) How the system works

I. The NEM system will be conducted for the first 10 years. Users electricity is charge on one-on-one system where each electricity consumption from TNB will be deducted from the solar energy sent to TNB according to the “System Marginal Price”.


II. After a period of 10 years the system switched to the Selco system. Consumers no longer send excess solar energy to TNB and adopt to the concept of "self consumption" where solar energy is for personal use and users will be charged for energy obtained from TNB.


OR


I. Excess electricity generated by consumers will be deducted from the energy used from TNB for 3 different TNB accounts or different buildings but the same account owner.


II. After a period of 10 years the system switched to the Selco system. Consumers no longer send excess solar energy to TNB and adopt to the concept of "self consumption" where solar energy is for personal use and users will be charged for energy obtained from TNB.


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