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How to save money in electricity bills in Malaysia

4 May 2008 | Malaysia, Shop |  26 comments

Are you a fellow Malaysian? Wanna save more money in your electricity bills? The solution is simple – Buy a Power Saver. Invest now and start saving your precious Ringgit!

Official Purchase Link
Click here to access the Product Purchase page

Why should I buy a Power Saver?
You want to save money. Your Ringgit is precious. Your electricity bills is outrageous. You had enough with Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) siphoning away your hard earned Ringgit in electricity bills. Time to change. Time to buy a Power Saver.

How much can this Power Saver help me save?
Electrical consumption is reduced by 10 – 20% as claimed by MONSTER ENERGY MANAGEMENT SDN BHD, the company who is responsible to distribute this Power Saver.

Less power usage means less Ringgit to pay monthly
Say monthly electricity bills is RM1,000.00 so if power usage is reduced by say 20% then it possible to have a RM200.00 saving in monthly electricity bills. Multiply that by 10 months and a RM2,000.00 saving could be possible.

Very Fast Return in your Investment
Given that a set costs about RM280.00++ and based on the above example, after 2 months of usage you would have saved back the amount of money that costs to purchase a set of Power Saver. Sounds like quite a good deal, right?

I don’t like it! I want a refund!
MONSTER ENERGY MANAGEMENT SDN BHD offers a 60 Days money back guarantee. At least this is what they claimed. Perhaps their product is really that good and one would truly feel satisfied upon installation and usage of this Power Saver product.

Disclaimer Notice
Note: Their claim is 10% – 20% less power consumption, Deimos is making an assumption that 10% – 20% less power consumption could result in 10% – 20% savings in Ringgit. If you believe this is not the case, please let Deimos know.

Yes! I would like to purchase a Power Saver!
Wonderful! Now make Deimos happy, click here to access the Product Purchase page and buy a set via Deimos’s affiliate referral link.

Deimos’s Daily Reads
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Deimos’s Thoughts
Really does sounds like a good deal right? Too bad Deimos is too poor at the moment to purchase and try out things like this. Maybe Deimos will buy one after he made enough Ringgit via the affiliate sales should folks decide to purchase via his affiliate referral link.

Deimos Asks
Heard of a Power Saver before? Do you think you need one?


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  1. 4th May 2008 
    6:00 pm         

    said the following:

    nice if your bill is humongous, bu for poor ‘ol me, my bill never exceed RM25.

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  3. 4th May 2008 
    9:02 pm         

    said the following:

    Perhaps this is suitable for office? 😀

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  5. 5th May 2008 
    3:21 am         

    Steve Yu
    said the following:

    My house don’t need it cos my mum super “geng” in saving electricity. 😀 Anyway, good luck with your affiliate sales. 😀 Thanks for the link love.

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  7. 5th May 2008 
    8:48 am         

    said the following:

    @lina: How come your bill never exceed RM25? So geng ah? My bill always exceed RM100…..

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  9. 5th May 2008 
    9:05 am         

    said the following:

    Can work meh? My house got one older model, and it doesn’t seem to work at all. It’s a SCAM!!!

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  11. 5th May 2008 
    10:49 am         

    Deimos Tel`Arin
    said the following:

    RM25 per month? Wow! Less than RM1 per day! How you manage that? 😮


    Suitable for medium sized office perhaps, if the bill does not exceed RM1,500.00 🙂


    @Steve Yu:
    How geng is your mum in saving electricity oh? 💡


    Ya I find it quite amazing that her bill never exceeds RM25. 😮


    Wah! Really ah? What company? Same company as this one? Or others? 😐


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  13. 5th May 2008 
    2:23 pm         

    said the following:

    @kljs, you sure ah? 😮

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  15. 5th May 2008 
    4:26 pm         

    said the following:

    Deimos, maybe she share her bill with 4 people. Total = RM100, divide by 4 then get RM25…..Haha.

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  17. 5th May 2008 
    6:31 pm         

    said the following:

    1 trick – never be at home. 😆

    seriously, when I’m home I only switched on the lights where people are actually in.
    (maybe something wrong with my meter ah? Shhh don’t tell TNB ok)

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  19. 6th May 2008 
    3:52 pm         

    said the following:

    i know they are ppl pay abt RM500 to modify the meter. it so call cut the bill by at least 50%. (make the meter run slower).

    Some OD case even worse, they have to blast their air-cond 24/7 so that the bill won’t suddenly reduce so much and looks suspicious.

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  21. 7th May 2008 
    9:48 am         

    said the following:

    Obviously not from the same company, but the unit looks similar, probably from the same manufacturer or something….it doesn’t really work…….. I doubt it worked in the first place……the unit has been on since I don’t know when liao…….

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  23. 3rd June 2008 
    9:53 am         

    Free way to really save money in electricity bills at WebGrrrl.net, Home of Lorna Timbah On-line
    said the following:

    […] really save money in electricity bills My recent bloghopping led me to AhKong.net’s post of how to save money in electricity bills in Malaysia. The post recommends that you use a power-saving gadget to lower the cost. The gadget itself costs […]

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  25. 5th August 2008 
    8:01 pm         

    Md. Mahafuzur Rahaman
    said the following:


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  27. 28th August 2008 
    11:08 am         

    said the following:

    haha. my electric bills also RM30++ per month before the electric price rise up.

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  29. 13th October 2008 
    5:35 pm         

    said the following:

    I use solar power!

    Why don’t you check out this http://www.scorigin.com

    Free sun energy!

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  31. 8th March 2009 
    5:56 pm         

    said the following:

    as an electrical engineer, i would like to comment some about power saver there..
    So far, i have check some of the power saver (blackbox) and most of the power saver are consisting of capacitors..It wouldnt help you to reduce your actual power comsuption..It just reduce the reactive power (not charge by TNB for domestic customers) and reduce some loss in your line.As customer point of view, is not possible reduce much of ur electricity bills 🙂

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  33. 19th April 2009 
    9:28 am         

    Owner of a Blog
    said the following:

    Mine also less than RM15 per month

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  35. 19th April 2009 
    4:54 pm         

    said the following:

    Use Energy Saver Bulb, Fan and AC etc

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  37. 25th June 2009 
    10:02 am         

    said the following:

    Although these tips do not apply to the UK where I live but quite a few nice tips that make a whole lot of sense to take an initiative and cut our unnecessary expenses

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  39. 28th September 2009 
    9:22 pm         

    said the following:


    Totally agree!!!!!!
    But My team already solve it!
    everybody also can paid less money with using more current~!

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  41. 9th April 2010 
    2:57 pm         

    said the following:

    TNB electriciry bill is based on kWh = SQRT(no. of phase) x Voltage x current x power factor x hours/month.
    usually if pf low i.e. current is high
    if pg high i.e. current is low
    but voltage will varies between 90%x240V > 240V 240V < 252V
    usually power of eqpt is constant.
    Actually you only saving kWh in terms current^2 x resistance of cable i.e. which subjected to resistivity of cable x length of cable divided by area of conductor used.
    if you can proved that, by using your eqpt i can saved my electricity bill by 20%, i will awarded to you RM1,500.00.

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  43. 25th June 2010 
    3:04 pm         

    Arlette Adoreno
    said the following:

    Thanks for the vast of helpful information you have shared! It is really timely. This provides information on cutting down the sky rocketing cost of electric bills.

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  45. 26th November 2010 
    12:27 am         

    Vincent Dev
    said the following:

    Hi all, currently I am using mini sun power saver, for the first month I only save 10%, but the following month it help me save roughly 20% – 30% every month. I think my money of investment in this machine will be back less than 7 month.

    You can check up their website http://powersavermalaysia.blogspot.com

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  47. 7th December 2010 
    3:49 pm         

    said the following:

    Vincent Dev,

    Visited your blog, your bills comparison looks fake!! For July 2010, usage RM264 but the month before and after is the SAME.

    Any genuine bill-saver in the market???

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  49. 13th July 2011 
    8:49 pm         

    said the following:

    i use an energy stabilizer , you could say it work the same, it help in stabilize overflow of energy and reduce it to optimum level, it great if you using AC everyday or have a big fridge or wet food cooler.

    my usually bill RM200+ after around RM170-160, much of the elec reduce are from AC and fridge.

    it will auto on if there power overflow and adjust it back.

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  51. 13th July 2011 
    8:50 pm         

    said the following:

    any reason why my avatar has a baby face???