Since its incorporation in 1993, Teknik Janakuasa Sdn. Bhd. ("TJSB") a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malakoff have become Malaysia’s leading Independent Power Producer ("IPP"), specializing in provision of Operations & Maintenance ("O&M") service for power generation and water desalination sectors.
On its maiden year, its portfolio of contracts included Malaysia's largest Combined Cycle Gas Turbine ("CCGT") power plant, Segari Energy Ventures' Lumut Power Plant ("LPP"), a 1303 MW power plant that utilises the Alstom 13E2 Gas Turbines, which is recognised as the nation's most efficiently-run power plant. By 1999, TJSB was awarded a 5-year Operation Management Service's ("OMS") contract with Centralised Utility Facilities ("CUF"), owned by Petronas Gas Berhad ("PGB"). With two facilities located at Gebeng and Kerteh, it served two major regions of petrochemical plants. Being tasked in operating, maintaining and training PBG's personnel to take over the O&M at the end of the contract, it was successfully completed 5 years later in 2004.
2001 saw it following up with a 21 year O&M awarded contract for the GB3 Power Plant, located next to its existing LPP plant. The coming of 2004 saw TJSB adding another 350 MW CCGT into its O&M portfolio, through its acquisition of the remining 49% stake in Natural Analysis Sdn. Bhd., the O&M company for Prai Power Plant.