TNB Electron stand-alone 180 kW DC charger seen under construction at the Ayer Keroh northbound R&R

We reported earlier that Tenaga Nasional (TNB) would be launching two full-fledged EV charging stations (or hubs) under their new TNB Electron brand in partnership with Gamuda Land by 2025. Ahead of their arrival, TNB looks like it is beginning to deploy the Electron brand name through what should be a series of stand-alone fast charging points, parked under the moniker.

Seen here is a TNB charging point under construction at the Ayer Keroh northbound R&R featuring a Exicom 180 kW dual CCS2 charger, with Electron badging clearly identifying the facility.

The charger has appeared on the GoTo-U app, although it is still listed as Closed, but through the listing we can see that the dual CCS2 charger is configured for both CCS2 guns to be used at the same time at a power of 90 kW each.

No pricing info yet. In the meanwhile, you can download the GoTo-U app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Other than TNB Electron, Sime Darby Motors network of chargers also use GoTo-U.

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After dabbling for years in the IT industry, Paul Tan initially began this site as a general blog covering various topics of personal interest. With an increasing number of readers paying rapt attention to the motoring stories, one thing led to another and the rest, as they say, is history.



  • Hong Yee Hong on Nov 17, 2022 at 6:34 pm

    EU already U-turn on their no-ICE policy. Now they only realized that the plan is not rational.

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  • fitriza on Nov 18, 2022 at 12:12 am

    most electrical power for Peninsular is generated from burning gas and coal. Ihe more EV cars on the road, the more power is required resulting in more CO2 emission from the power plants? Wouldnt that be in conflict of driving EV cars to reduce CO2 emission? or am i missing the point of the intention in EV car?

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    • You are missing the point that your fuel is also burned in a normal car, and is alot more inefficient. The petrol has to be transported to the pump, plus your normal car engine is super inefficient in converting petrol to power as compared to a power station.

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    • Fur ODC on Nov 21, 2022 at 8:57 am

      Sabor la bro. Power source kt Msia pon ada gak dari renewable source mcm hydroelectric. Sambil convert keta ke EV, sambil kita convert powerplant ke clean energy la gak.

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  • It’s about well to wheel. carbon footprint.

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