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Currently (Feb. 2009) no NPPs are operating in Malaysia.

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), which was created by privatizing the National Electricity Board (NEB) in 1990, was considering the introduction of a mid-sized or small reactor around 2005.

Nearly half of total electricity demand is concentrated in the capital city areas.
Generating capacities as of the end of 1994 was 7,000 MW for Malaysia.

In Malaysia, people who oppose nuclear power can be found in the government, parliament, and business community.