TNB will be providing RM4 million in flood relief with each RM2 million channeled to the Malaysian Family Foundation and another RM2million will be directly through its internal charitable fund. Chairman, Dato 'Sri Hasan Arifin said, the fund was established for its workers to contribute and help those who are severly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, however this has been continued to assist those now affected by the flood. He said the RM2 million was amatching grant to the fund being contributed by the utility company. “This RM4 million allocation is in addition to about RM40 million in the emergency allocation provided by TNB for rehabilitation works, especially asset and infrastructure repairs electricity supply in the eight flood -hit states, "he added. This is the second time TNB has provided matching grants for the fund with the first time of RM1.64 million, thus collecting more than RM3.4 million since last month and distributed to over 6,000 recipients across the Peninsula. For the COVID-19 assistance, more than 14,700 TNB employees have made contributions through salary deductions, the method is augmented by way of direct contributions to the funds account. As for restoration efforts, the power supplier has stated that more than 78% namely 1,665 of 2,109 electricity supply assets affected and suspended since the floods hit, has been recovered including full restoration in Kelantan, Terengganu, Melaka and Perak.