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Old March 22nd, 2019, 07:20 AM   #261
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SESB: Another 17 solar stations to be built soon
Published on: Friday, March 22, 2019
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KENINGAU: Another 17 solar hybrid stations will be built in the State by Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB), said its General Manager (Generation) Jait Aziz.

Work on the projects, mostly located in islands around Sabah, is expected to begin this year or early next year.
“The projects are in Mantanani, Kampung Sireh, Kampung Selamat, Malawali, Kampung Tigabu, Bahanan/Sharif, Kampung Hujung, Kampung Malalin, Kampung Limau-Limau, Kampung Libaran, Kaniogan, Terusan, Kampung Baru, Kampung Tronglit, Kampung Trongliman, Kampung Maligan and Kampung Long Mio,” Jait told reporters, here, Monday.

He said several villages in the rural areas that could not be connected to the SESB grid would also enjoy electricity supply through the solar hybrid system.

According to him, SESB generates electricity for the rural areas in three ways, namely through the nearest grid, the solar hybrid system and the use of diesel gene-sets, with the largest being the solar hybrid system.

“Last year, we operated 29 solar hybrid stations throughout Sabah, with the cost of maintaining and operating the stations amounting to almost RM20 million.

“But what we collected from the consumers was only around RM2.3 million,” he said during a visit to the SESB solar hybrid system in Pagalungan sub-district, in Pensiangan.

“We also have contractors to take care, monitor and repair the solar systems which can last long if well maintained.

“Monitoring is done on a regular basis every month. We will go the stations and additionally at each station, there is also a caretaker, especially those located in the remote areas,” he said.

According to Jait, electricity supply can be connected to the nearest grid system if it is about 10 to 20 kilometres.

On the payment under the grid and solar system, he said it is the same where consumers are charged according to the SESB grid tariff.

“Whatever generating system, whether solar or the grid, the tariff and payment is the same.

“SESB will continue to work together and support any government initiative in any programme involving electricity supply in the State.

“Our current target is to achieve 95 per cent electricity access throughout Sabah and 99 per cent by 2021, “he said.

Jait said every year SESB would request from the Sabah State Economic Planning Unit (EPU) for a list of the villages still without electricity supply and forward it to the Ministry of Rural Development for the Rural Electricity Supply programme.

“SESB will work closely with the EPU to list out the villages that should be given priority in the provision of electricity supply.”
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MESTECC to tender out RM3.2b projects
By OOI TEE CHING - March 21, 2019 @ 4:09pm



Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC) Yeo Bee Yin and Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) group managing director Datuk Charon Mokhzani fielding in questions on green projects. NSTP photo by MUHD ZAABA ZAKERIA
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government will tender out RM3.2 billion renewable energy (RE) and energy efficient projects this year.

Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC) Yeo Bee Yin said the projects included retrofitting up to 50 government buildings devices so as to be more efficient in energy usage.

“The pilot project will involve about RM200 million,” Yeo told reporters at the Greenification of Malaysia dialogue session organised by the Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) here today.

Also present at the media briefing were MIDF group managing director Datuk Charon Mokhzani, MIDF Amanah Investment Bhd deputy chief executive officer Datuk Dominic Silva and head of debts Julie Gwee.

Yeo said there would be an open tender of which companies are invited to submit their bids to retrofit existing government buidings with energy saving devices.

She also said the government had appointed the Securities Commission to form a green financing taskforce to find easier ways for the private sector to raise funds for green projects.

“The SC will submit a report to MESTECC at the end of July and we hope to get its recommendations included in next year’s budget.

“We want to see how we can incentivise more private financing for green projects either through government regularisation or mobilisation of funds,” Yeo said.
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Argentina seeking jv with M’sia in renewable energy and nuke energy
Published on: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
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KUALA LUMPUR: Argentina is seeking joint venture and cooperation with Malaysia in the field of renewable energy and the peaceful use of nuclear energy, said Vice President Gabriela Michetti.

She said Argentina saw great potential in renewable energy, such as wind and solar power, and has made large investments in the sector in the past.

“The important aspect is that Argentina is now focusing a lot on our renewables. We have made large investments in this sector. However, some of these investments were lost due to bad policies of the previous government,” she said.

She said this to Bernama International News Service in an exclusive interview.

The Vice President was in Kuala Lumpur for a five-day official visit since May 2 (Thursday).

This is the first official visit from the Argentinian side in 22 years since the visits by former President Carlos Menem in 1990 and 1997. The Argentinian embassy was opened in Kuala Lumpur in 1983 while Malaysia opened its embassy in Buenos Aires in 1989.

The World Energy Council lists Argentina as presently possessing more than a dozen wind parks, located in six different provinces, with an aggregate installed capacity of 29.76 MW.

It has been estimated that Patagonia’s wind potential, south of the 42nd Parallel, represents more energy than those contained in the whole of Argentina’s annual crude oil production. Patagonia is a region on the southernmost tip of South America, shared by Argentina and Chile.

Argentina is also experienced in the peaceful use of nuclear energy, Michetti said, considering that the country’s first commercial use of nuclear power began over 45 years ago in 1974, and that the South American country has exported nuclear reactors to the Netherlands, Australia and many other countries.

Currently, it has three nuclear power plants that generate five per cent of the country’s electricity.

Michetti added that Argentina, through its National Institute of Applied Research (Instituto Nacional de Investigacion Aplicada, INVAP) provides the expertise for the energy sector, especially in nuclear energy.

INVAP, established in 1976, specialises in the research and construction of nuclear reactors, radio-isotopes, and other nuclear-related projects. It has built nuclear reactors in Argentina, Algeria, Australia, Egypt and Peru.

Michetti said the private sector, local and foreign investors have realised that Argentina, at present under the government of President Mauricio Macri, had implemented security, transparency and corporate responsibility in tender processes for businesses. – Bernama
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M’sia committed to role as biofuel tech player
Published on: Sunday, May 26, 2019
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KUALA LUMPUR: As one the world’s major palm oil producers, Malaysia will continue to play a key role in ensuring that the commodity remains a sustainable and eco-friendly fuel replacement for world markets.

Minister of International Trade and Industry (Miti) Datuk Darell Leiking said in a statement here that palm oil was a viable option to reducing the country’s dependency on fossil fuels, as it had tremendous potential as a renewable energy (RE) source.

As the largest exporter and second largest producer of the palm oil in the world, we sit in a position of ensuring this commodity evolves into an industry that brings much benefits to global market, in particular, the energy and transportation ecosystem,” he added.

Biofuels have recently received significant attention as a viable replacement for fossil fuels.

Apart from the potential as a leading fossil fuel replacement, biofuels are sourced from planted crops, allowing its production to be planned, harvested and renewed sustainably.

This is in comparison to fossil fuels that take millions of years to form and are becoming increasingly scarce.

Furthermore, biofuels have carbon-neutral properties, as planted sources of the fuel consume carbon dioxide as they grow, offsetting the carbon footprint during the process.

Darell further explained that while there had been opposition to the current practices of planting oil palm recently, there was demand and potential for the sector to emerge as an important player in meeting the needs of the energy and transportation sectors.

“Malaysia is equipped with the necessary infrastructure and market size to improve the quality and production of palm-based energy products,” he said.

He also said apart from strong industry support for biodiesel, agencies such as the Malaysia Palm Oil Board, Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute and Sirim Bhd had the technological capabilities towards elevating palm oil to become a leading contender for RE globally.

Malaysia introduced B10 biodiesel to the domestic transportation market in December 2018, increasing its blend from seven per cent (B7 Biodiesel) to 10 per cent.

Meanwhile, the National Automotive Policy (NAP), which is currently undergoing review, is expected to continue its inclusion of biodiesel development as an important agenda to the nation’s transportation energy efficiency plan, to allow for a higher percentage of biodiesel blends over the next few decades.

The Government, through Miti and the Primary Industries Ministry (MPI), aims to introduce B20 biodiesel by 2020.
At the same time, the MPI is also collaborating with Miti to include a “B20/B30-ready” specification for vehicles in the NAP review.
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Institute planned to cultivate talent in renewable energy
Published on: Monday, June 10, 2019
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KUALA LUMPUR: Edra Power Holdings Sdn Bhd plans to set up an international institute in Malaysia to cultivate local talent in renewable energy under the aegis of its parent company, China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN).

It will be one of eight such training institutes in CGN’s active exploration for international talent to support its worldwide operations.

“CGN Energy International Institute (CGNEI) is CGN’s platform for overseas clean energy.

“It will centre on Malaysia and spread to countries along China’s Belt and Road initiative, like Europe and America, to utilise CGN Group’s 40 years of training expertise and resources,” said CGN University Executive Vice-President Zhang Guo Qiang.

He said that with the establishment of the institute in Malaysia, CGN would play an active role in developing local talent as Malaysia moved towards utilising more renewable energy.

Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin was reported as saying recently that Malaysia was getting ready to make a transition towards renewable energy to make the environment more sustainable, competitive, efficient and greener.

She said the transition would be possible after Malaysia signs the global initiative RE100 Agreement, probably in January next year.

RE100 is a Global Electricity Initiative that brings together influential businesses to 100% renewable electricity with the aim of accelerating change towards zero carbon grids at the global scale. l

Zhang told Bernama that CGN’s talent cultivation initiative had resulted in the group becoming a leader in clean energy. The expertise, skills and technical know-how would give CGNEI a head-start in cultivating local talent.

He said CGN, China’s largest and the world’s third largest nuclear power operator as well as the world’s largest nuclear power station builder, had been striving to develop clean energy over the past 40 years.

With the proposed institute in Malaysia, the group was poised to support the development of high-quality talent and clean energy in the country, he said.

“The training centre in Malaysia will be an important regional training centre.

“CGNEI will invest heavily on the development of training facilities and programmes to create a high-quality talent pool for Edra and local communities to support Edra’s clean energy strategic development,” Zhang said.

Edra is one of Southeast Asia’s leading international independent power producers, with 13 power and desalination plants in Malaysia, Egypt, Bangladesh, the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan
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Solar power supply for 500 Paitan villagers this November
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PAITAN: More than 500 residents here will enjoy electricity from a solar hybrid system with the completion of the Rural Electricity Supply project (BELB), this November.

Sabah Federal Secretary Datuk Samsuni Mohd Nor said the project involved six stations at Gugusan Kampung Sugut, valued at RM79 million, and was one of the government’s efforts to improve the living standard of the rural population.

He said apart from reviewing government projects, discussion sessions or questionnaires with the locals were also made to obtain feedback or problems arising from the project.

As the impact or feelings of the villagers over such projects were often overlooked, his part was to ensure every issue was acted upon and carried out by the relevant parties.

This is reached through cooperation with the Sabah Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB), Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd, the district office and all stakeholders and village representatives, he said.

Besides visiting the BELB project, Samsuni also reviewed the upgrading works of a mosque, Al-Quran Class and Fardhu Ain (KAFA) at Kampung Pandasan, Kota Belud.

He hoped the nearly RM500,000 worth of facility would benefit Kota Belud villagers and road users as resting stop in the area.

Participating in the two-day program were State Development Officer Datuk Ruji Ubi and Federal Sabah State Development Assistant Director Mat Reo Oredi.
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Pestech partners with Sungrow to explore new energy supply in Southeast Asia
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KUALA LUMPUR: Pestech International Bhd has entered into a strategic partnership with Huainan Sungrow Floating Module Sci and Tech Co Ltd to explore floating solar system solution, localisation of parts and other possible co-operations in Southeast Asia.

Sungrow is a company incorporated under the laws of China, specialising in research and development, production, sales and service of new energy power supply devices for solar energy, wind energy and energy storage.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Pestech group chief executive officer Paul Lim Pay Chuan and Sungrow vice general manager Daniel Li.

Pestech said under the MoU, both parties will also explore other potential power and energy related projects by utilising its network and know-how technology in the pursuit of opportunities in the market.

“This includes combining their core competencies, capabilities and references as well as leveraging on each other's strengths and expertise.

“Through this strategic partnership, Pestech hopes that it will be able to venture more solar-related projects and create new revenue stream for the group,” it said
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Biotek Dinamik to invest RM350m to develop bio-CNG industry
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KUALA LUMPUR: Biotek Dinamik Sdn Bhd is investing RM350 million to develop bio compressed natural gas (bio-CNG) in FGV Palm Industries Sdn Bhd's (FGVPI) palm oil mills.

FGVPI is an indirect subsidiary of Felda Global Ventures Bhd (FGV).

Biotek Dinamik managing director Eddy Yap Wai Hong said the investment included the development of 35 brownfield and greenfield sites owned by FGVPI over several years.

“For brownfield sites, Biotek Dinamik will be investing RM7 million to build bio-CNG plant while for greenfield sites, the company is expected to invest around RM11 million to RM12 million to build both biogas and bio-CNG plants.”

Yap was speaking to reporters after signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) by FGV Palm Industries Sdn Bhd (FGVPI), Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn Bhd (SDES) and Biotek Dinamik Sdn Bhd.

The MoU will see the three parties collaborate to produce bio-CNG from waste biogas generated from palm oil mills effluent (POME) ponds.


FGVPI was represented by FGV chief operating officer (plantation) Syed Mahdhar Syed Hussain while Sime Darby Energy was represented by its general manager Habibullah Nordin.

Bio-CNG is a potential substitute for diesel in vehicles and also in the manufacturing industry.

FGV currently generates 170 million cubic metres of biogas a year from 30 mill sites, as a bi-product of the anaerobic digestion of POME. This is equivalent to 1.0 million to 1.5 million litres of diesel per palm oil mill annually.

FGV group chief executive officer Datuk Haris Fadzilah Hassan said once the project was fully rolled out, FGV would have the most bio-CNG sites in the world for a plantation company.

The project will also enable FGV to monetise biogas produced from its biogas plants.

Haris said the project was expected to generate substantial value for the group while helping the government to meet its renewable energy target of 20 per cent by 2020.

FGV has 68 mills nationwide.

Under the MoU, Biotek Dinamik will be the project developer, owner and operator of the bio-CNG and biogas plants while FGVPI will provide mill sites, biogas and POME supplies.

SDES, on the other hand, will be providing design and construction services as well as ongoing maintenance support for the project
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Malaysia needs RM33b investment to hit renewable energy target
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September 3, 2019 @ 6:06pm


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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia needs investments totalling RM33 billion in order to achieve its target of 20 per cent electricity generation from renewable energy (RE) sources by 2025, said Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin.

She said the investments would be contributed by the government, public-private partnerships and private financing.

“The Securities Commission has already done a six-month study on green financing; it had formed the financing taskforce (for this purpose). It gave a report on 21 action items to facilitate the RM33 billion investment in RE and the government will look at all the action items and implement them accordingly,” she told reporters after officiating the inaugural 5-In-1 Power and Energy Asia Series exhibition here today.

Meantime, Yeo said, the government would continue all the current incentives such as the Green Technology Financing Scheme and the Green Investment Tax Allowance to incentivise the growth of RE.

Meanwhile, she said the third round of large-scale solar (LSS3) bidding, which ended last month, saw the cost of generating per kilowatt-hour (kWh) from solar energy was lower than energy generation from natural gas sources.

She said the lower cost of solar generation was due to the advanced solar panel development technology that allowed the project to be bid at a cost of as low as 17.77 sen per kWh.

Earlier in her speech, she said that LSS3 projects were in the offing for Malaysia in an effort to provide more affordable, reliable and sustainable electricity to the people.

She said Malaysia was already seeing solar energy being cheaper than the gas generation cost; thus in the future, the government expected the cost to trend down further for RE.

Citing an example, she said in the LSS3 bidding which had just been completed, the first four projects which encompassed 365 MW out of 500 MW were actually bid below the gas-generation price of 23.22 sen per kWh.

“In the second round of LSS bidding, 32 sen per kWh was the lowest price; that became our reference price when we opened LSS3 for bidding this year. But when the bidding exercise closed, the lowest bid was at 17.77 sen per kwh.

“That is a 45 per cent reduction in just a few years. That is why we are very confident that RE price will reach parity (with that of gas) in the foreseeable future,” she said, adding that Malaysia was also working on other types of RE in order to achieve parity with or below the gas-generation cost...
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Permaju inks solar deal, eyes triple-digit revenue growth
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September 5, 2019 @ 8:28am


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KUALA LUMPUR: Sabah-based Permaju Industries Bhd has forayed into solar power generation business in a move to increase revenue by triple-digit growth, people with knowledge on the matter said.

Permaju, which is listed on Bursa Malaysia’s Main Market, is expected to invest between RM350 million and RM400 million to develop a solar energy generation facility in Negri Sembilan.

It is understood that Permaju has partnered Vsolar Group Bhd, an ACE Market-listed renewable energy and photovoltaic (PV) energy generation firm, for its maiden venture into solar.

Permaju, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Genbayu Gemilang Sdn Bhd signed a collaboration and alliance agreement with Vsolar Group's unit Solar Interactive Sdn Bhd on September 4.

The agreement entails the development of the solar facility, including a Large Scale Solar (LSS) PV plant on 121.4 hectares of land owned by Genbayu in Setul, Seremban.

Sources close to Permaju said that Genbayu and Solar Interactive would establish a joint venture company to develop the solar facility with a capacity of 90 megawatts (MW).



"Permaju and Vsolar are each targeting triple-digit revenue growth a year from this venture. Their bottomline is expected to improve," said the sources.

Permaju, through its automotive division, is involved in the distribution of Volkswagen and Ford franchises.

The group is also involved in property development activities.

For the 12 months ended March 31 2019, Permaju revenues totaled RM62.6 million, with a net loss of RM997,000.

VSolar recorded a net loss of RM1.22 million for the cumulative nine months ended March 31, 2019, despite revenue growing 22.17 per cent to RM1.28 million.

Sources said the solar facility would initially have 117MW PV panel, with capacity to produce about 400Wp solar panel products (about 293,000 pieces) and there is potential to expand.

"The energy will be sold to Tenaga Nasional Bhd under a power purchase agreement to be signed at a later stage. Both the companies estimate the project return on investment will take around nine years."

LSS, best known as a solar farm, can generate anywhere from hundreds of kilowatts to thousands of megawatts of solar power.

LSS typically use solar PV technology to generate electricity from fields of solar PV panels.

The solar panels convert the energy from sunlight into direct current (DC) electricity, then inverters convert the power into alternating current (AC) that can be integrated into the electricity grid.

The sources said the solar facility will be subject to a definitive feasibility study, available financing and availability of feed in quotas from the relevant authorities.

Solar Interactive will procure engineering and construction services in addition to the procurement of financing for the development of the solar facility
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Malaysia eyes higher electricity output from renewable sources
By NST Business - September 17, 2019 @ 11:18am
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KUALA LUMPUR: Plans for the development of solar and other renewables remain less well developed in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit.

Indonesia and Malaysia sourced 12 per cent and 15 per cent of their total electricity output from renewable sources respectively in 2018, based on the EIU estimates.

“Malaysia aims to raise this proportion to 20 per cent by 2025, and Indonesia to 23 per cent by 2025 and 31 per cent by 2050.

“However, these figures look relatively modest compared with efforts elsewhere, and the two countries' governments do not appear to have committed wholeheartedly to shifting their energy mix,” the EIU said in its latest report.

The EIU said Southeast Asia had traditionally relied on fossil-fuel-fired power generation to drive its growth.

It estimates that combustible fuels accounted for 82 per cent of total power generation in 2018 in the region's six largest economies. Yet there are signs that this may be changing.

“In the face of pressure to reduce carbon emissions—as well as a shift in the cost of producing electricity from renewable sources relative to coal—policymakers in some countries are reassessing power policies,” it added.

The EIU said progress towards more sustainable energy strategies had varied substantially among the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean).

Although fossil fuels still dominate the energy mix in most of the grouping's economies, Singapore and Thailand have at least relied more on natural gas, which produces less carbon dioxide (CO2) when burned.

By contrast, coal - often regarded as one of the dirtiest forms of fuel both in terms of CO2 emissions and more toxic pollutants - continues to play a major role in many of the region's economies.

The EIU estimated that in 2018, coal-fired plants accounted for 31.3 per cent of electricity generation in Vietnam, 42.5 per cent in Malaysia, 45.4 per cent in the Philippines and 52 per cent in Indonesia.

Asean has set a target in 2015 for renewables to account for 23 per cent of the region's energy mix by 2025.

“This target stands out as being relatively modest by global standards, but it will be tough to meet. Even in power generation, which forms only part of the total energy mix, renewables accounted for just 17.6 per cent of total generation in 2018 by our estimates,” the EIU said.
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Khazanah Nasional's unit Cenergi secures RM100m loan for biogas-to-energy projects
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SHAH ALAM: Cenergi SEA Sdn Bhd, through wholly-owned subsidiary Cenergi RE Sdn Bhd, has secured up to RM100 million Green Club Facility from MIDF Amanah Investment Bank Bhd and China Construction Bank (M) Bhd to finance its biogas-to-energy (BTE) projects.

Group chief executive officer Ernest Navaratnam said the projects included nine additional BTE plants in Perak, Negeri Sembilan and Pahang.

“The fresh injection also means we are able to expedite our expansion strategy,” he told reporters after the tripartite agreement signing ceremony for the facility here today.

The signing was held in conjunction with the International Conference and Exhibition on Wastes Management organised by the Environmental Management and Research Association of Malaysia in partnership with the Selangor state government and Cenergi SEA.

A unit under the government’s strategic investment fund Khazanah Nasional Bhd, Cenergi SEA is also one of the largest grid-connected palm oil mill effluent biogas players in Malaysia.

Cenergi RE currently owns and operates seven biogas plants that together generate 8.6 MW of power.

Navaratnam said the additional nine BTE plants would generate 1.5 MW per plant on average.

As of July 2019, Cenergi RE has generated a total of 135,090 MWh of renewable energy to the national grid and has avoided 134,930 tonnes of carbon dioxide.

According to Navaratnam, the Green Club Facility would help the company to meet its biogas financing needs and increase its contribution to the government’s green energy goal of generating 20 per cent of the country’s energy from renewable sources.

“Out of the 20 per cent goal, we aspire to generate 10 per cent of it by 2025,” he said.– BERNAMA
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Published on: Wednesday, October 09, 2019
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KOTA KINABALU: Some 843 (Feed-in-Tariff) applications with total installed capacity Renewable Energy capacity of 106.96 MW are in commercial operation in Sabah and Labuan Federal Territory.

“Out of the 106.96 MW, 47 per cent of the capacity is contributed by biomass, 38 per cent by solar, 9 per cent by biogas and 6 per cent by small hydro.

“There are additional 13 FiT applications totalling 93.02 MW which are in the progress of achieving Commercial operations,”
said Seda (Sustainable Energy Development Authority) Chairman Wong Kah Who.

The Seda Chairman pointed out that Sabah has huge technical potential for solar PV rooftop applications.


Having at least 170,245 buildings with estimated technical potential of 2,147 MW for solar rooftop application, Seda encourages the public to participate in the Self Consumption or Selco scheme which allows consumers to install and generate electricity for own usage.

This is beneficial especially to the commercial and industrial players in saving their electricity bills or operating costs.
The government also encourages individuals to install solar PV for their own consumption to hedge against the rising cost of electricity.

“Seda continues to incentivise other non-solar RE via the FiT mechanism and e-bidding for the biogas and small hydro quota,” Wong said.

Regretfully, he said, there was no application received from Sabah for the small hydro quota this year after e-bidding closed recently.

The inaugural e-bidding exercise for small hydro was for 160 MW completed in September, and the 2nd e-bidding exercise for biogas was for 30 MW completed in July. Seda has approved one company from Sabah – Kim Loong Power Sdn Bhd with a capacity of 1.8 MW.

Wong and Board Member Rajiv Rishyakaran were invited by Kota Kinabalu Member of Parliament Chan Foong Hin to meet and dialogue with RE industry stakeholders recently.

Some attendees briefed him on the complexities of getting approval on hydro sources and sites from the Sabah government which was necessary for submitting any e-bid, and that the Sabah government had stopped all such applications in March or April 2019, pending the return of Sabah Electricity S/B (SESB) to the state’s control.

What was not said could be past political interference whereby ideas were hijacked by others that even Warisan Harta, an agency of the Sabah government complained that having spent funds to conduct feasibility studies and submitted reports, suddenly learnt of their proposals being lobbied for by other parties.

Some claimed that they were in financial difficulties having to lay off staff as there were no income from last two years as these companies registered as Seda service providers faced quota or operational woes.

As there is no special quota for state like Sabah, upon the insistence of Kota Kinabalu Member of Parliament Chan Foong Hin, Seda Chairman Wong Kah Who and Board Member Rajiv Rishyakaran would undertake to look into the matter further for next year for RE players in Sabah.

Sabah’s geothermal project in Tawau had run into financial difficulties as some of the shareholders pull out from investing any more money to realise the project requiring some RM800 million but only some RM100 million were spent.

Banks wanted to see some operational successes before their 80 per cent financing of the project gradually kicks in as the project investors were supposed to bankroll the initial 20 per cent to ensure the start of the renewable geothermal energy supply.

Asked about the cut timber trees exploited under the project, Chan said the right person to ask is Tawau MP Datuk Christina Liew on the matter. Wong said Seda is organising the 5th International Sustainable Energy Summit 2020 tentatively in April next year in Selangor.

“As an agency under the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC) established on Sept 1, 2011 under the Seda Act 2011, other than the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) MESTECC had introduced other RE programmes namely the Large Scale Solar (LSS), Net Energy Metering (NEM) and Self Consumption (SELCO),” said Wong.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd is partnering with Cypark Resources Bhd to develop solid waste modular advanced recovery and treatment (SMART) waste-to-energy (WTE) projects in Malaysia.

Both firms have signed a memorandum of understanding to evaluate potential collaboration on waste to energy projects, including establishment of WTE plants.

Cypark has pioneered Malaysia’s first SMART WTE plant in Ladang Tanah Merah, Port Dickson in Negri Sembilan.

Petronas Chemicals, on the other hand, is keen to realise SMART WTE projects in Malaysia as part of its initiative to provide solutions for effective plastics waste management.

Petronas Chemicals managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Sazali Hamzah said the firm looks forward to the strategic collaboration as it is in line with its initiative towards New Plastic Economy in support of the United Nations’ Sustainability Development Goals.

“This MoU marks our second partnership in realising our aspiration to be a solutions partner in addressing plastics pollution in Malaysia.

“We are committed to support the country in developing a Circular Economy Roadmap through the ‘Malaysia Plastics Pact’ by the government,” he said in a statement.

Earlier in June, Petronas Chemicals entered into a partnership to jointly perform a feasibility study to establish a facility that converts plastic waste into crude naphtha for the production of recycled virgin-quality plastics.

Cypark executive chairman Tan Sri Razali Ismail said the firm is looking for a strategic partner in ensuring its long-term business sustainability.

“The MoU aims to establish our collaboration in WTE projects, particularly in setting up plants in Malaysia to process municipal waste for electricity generation,” he said.

The two firms would be able to leverage on each other’s knowledge, experience and capabilities while identifying and exploring commercial opportunities in relation to the provision of solid waste management, he added.
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Seize opportunities in biomass sector
POSTED ON OCTOBER 14, 2019, MONDAY AT 5:40 PMNEWS, SABAH


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KOTA KINABALU: Palm oil industry players in Sabah have been urged to seize value-added opportunities in the biomass sector to boost Sabah’s industrialisation efforts.

Sabah Chief Minister said the state’s palm oil and forestry industries produce 60 million tonnes and 1.4 million cubic metres of biomass, respectively — all of which can be processed into value-added products.

He said biomass-based biochemicals is a multi-billion ringgit industry and are in demand for various industrial applications.

“The studies are encouraging, the numbers are impressive and the market is enormous. The technologies are all there, ready for commercialisation,” he said in a speech at the opening of the one-day Sabah International Biomass Forum here, today.

The forum was jointly organised by Malaysia’s National Innovation Agency (AIM) — a unit under the Prime Minister’s Department tasked with implementing the National Biomass Strategy (NBS) 2020 — and state-owned Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC) Sabah Sdn Bhd.

The state is committed towards achieving an industrialised status by 2030.

“As the Sabah government seeks to expand the manufacturing sector and transform into an industrialised state by 2030, we want to see more investments in timber and palm biomass,” he said, adding that the materials can be used in making value-added products such as pulp and paper.

POIC Sabah Sdn Bhd has dedicated a lot of resources to promote the development of a biomass downstream industry.

He said this includes encouraging palm oil industry players to agree to sell their biomass over long term and at pre-determined prices.

“When that didn’t work, POIC had set up a platform that combined biomass owners, technology providers and off-takers. That didn’t work either.

“Now POIC has set up a satellite biomass collection centres. This is to ensure that investors in the biomass downstream industry are assured of a steady and long-term supply,” he said.

He added that according to the NBS 2020 launched in 2011, Malaysia’s biomass sector is capable of generating a progressive gross national income (GNI) of RM30 billion by 2020, and create 60,000 jobs.

NBS identified Sabah as the national hub for the second generation biofuel, based on the strength of the state’s palm oil industry, which boasts of 1.6 million hectares of oil palm plantation.

Speaking to reporters after the event, Wilfred Madius said the forum, which involved biomass experts, investors and financial sectors, was important to boost investments in the biomass sector, adding that a new approach must be taken to attract interested parties to ensure the sector’s success. – Bernama
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SESB mulls more solar hybrid power stations
Published on: Saturday, October 19, 2019
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SEMPORNA: More Sabahans living in areas not accessible by the current power grid are enjoying the amenity, thanks to the 34 solar hybrid power stations in rural areas and islands.

More such stations will be set up in the near future, said Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) General Manager (Generation), Jait Aziz.

He said these stations initiated by the government are now under SESB’s care to maintain and cost around RM20 million to maintain annually.

“We have nine such stations located on nine islands here which we maintain for around RM4 million,” he said after making a working visit to one of the station at Bait 1 Island, recently.

Jait said they would continue to work closely with the government to bring more such stations into operation to benefit more Sabahans.

On the station itself, he said the solar panels set up there can generate 260 kilowatt of power backed by two generators each capable of producing 200 kilowatts to give four villages 24-hour power supply.

He also explained that the climate in the State has made solar power generation the most viable in comparison to other renewable energy method such as bio-mass, wind and hydro.

All nine stations had been in operation for five years and thousands of islanders have benefited.

Meanwhile, Bait 1 village chief, Mohammad Gemuk, said the existence of the station has brought about a better livelihood to villagers.

“In the past, we used generator sets and our cost in obtaining fuel to run such generator comes to a few hundred ringgit per month per set,” he lamented.

Islands in the district benefiting from such station are Pebabag, Bait 1 and 2, Larapan, Omadal, Selakan, Sumandi, Denawan and Menampilik.

Bait 1 village’s clinic and two schools also benefited from the station
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Mattan eyes larger market share in RE
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KUALA LUMPUR: Mattan Engineering Sdn Bhd is eyeing larger renewable energy (RE) market share in Malaysia and Asean which offer huge untapped potential for RE industry.

Executive chairman Levin Tan said the firm is looking at balancing its portfolio exposure to 50 per cent local and 50 per cent overseas within the next three years.

“As much as there is vast potential in the RE industry at home, we are also looking to enter underserved renewable energy markets such as Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam in the near future,” he said at the launch of its RM285 million large-scale solar 50MWac photovoltaic generation facility in Rembau, Negeri Sembilan.

Citing lnternational Renewable Energy Agency, Malaysia ranked third in Asean with a solar capacity of 362MW by the end of 2017 and this provides a lot of untapped potential for companies such as Mattan to exploit, he added.

Since its corporation in 2012, Mattan, an engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning solutions provider for renewable energy infrastructure, has completed more than 80 projects.

Meanwhile, Tan said the construction of the solar power plant in Rembau, which was partially financed by Malaysia Building Society Berhad (MBSB), was completed in January 2019.

The plant has a 21-year power purchase agreement with Tenaga Nasional Bhd beginning from the date of its commercial operations, he added.

Tan said the facility, which has been operational since January 30, can generate more than 75,000 MW hours' worth of electricity a year.

“The facility is capable of supplying electricity to more than 20,000 households and it is estimated the use of solar energy for these households can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more 1.2 million tonnes over a 21-year period,” he said.

'The plant has more than 170,000 solar panels installed over the span of 170 acres of land and the development of the project opened up green job opportunities for more than 400 total workers, he added
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Borneo Waste Industries offers ECF investors clear exit
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KUCHING: Borneo Waste Industries Sdn Bhd (BWI) is offering investors a clear and relatively early exit at the launch of its equity crowdfunding (ECF) campaign with Ata Plus.

In this ECF round, BWI is prepared to offer investors a 6.7 per cent stake in the company for a very favourable RM3 million. With Deloitte Corporate Advisory Services Sdn Bhd as its financial advisor, BWI has been given a net present value of approximately RM100 million, which values the 6.7 per cent stake offered to investors at RM6.7 million.

Investors participating in this ECF stage would have an opportunity to realise the value of this investment through an offer for sale in a private placement exercise which is anticipated to occur within the subsequent 12 months following the ECF campaign.

“The IWMPP represents a major step forward to how we will treat our waste in the future. The days of just dumping waste in landfills are over and we are excited to bring innovation to this sector for the benefit of the environment and community,” said Raven Sockanathan, founder and CEO of BWI in a statement.

“We also want to offer the ordinary person the opportunity to benefit financially by investing at this early stage at a very favourable valuation and to be able to exit early at the next funding round, which is expected to be completed within 12 months, with hopefully a generous upside.”

Established in November 2012, BWI is a waste management service provider based in Sabah with offices in Kota Kinabalu and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

BWI executed a 30-year concession agreement with Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu (Kota Kinabalu City Hall) to develop and operate an Integrated Waste Management Processing Plant (IWMPP) at the Kayu Madang Sanitary Landfill (KMSL) in Telipok, Sabah from April 2018 to April 2048.

The IWMPP’s project area is 20 acres and is within the 115 acre KMSL site. It is also situated adjacent to the Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park.

The KMSL is the central disposal site for municipal solid waste (MSW) from Kota Kinabalu, Kota Belud, Penampang, Putatan and Tuaran. BWI will be developing the IWMPP to recycle MSW and produce downstream intermediary and final products.

The project aims to recycle up to 90 per cent of the waste from the KMSL by processing up to 800 tonnes per day of MSW through environmentally sustainable technologies to produce useful intermediary and final products for various industries, such as agriculture, construction, manufacturing, commercial and energy.

By doing so, BWI will extend the lifespan of the KMSL and reduce the generation of landfill gases that are harmful to the environment.

Through the selling of products such as recovered plastics, organic fertiliser, ferrous metal, compressed natural gas, used tyre crumbs and other recyclables, BWI is confident of the company’s operating sustainability and future potential and aims to provide other services such as generating renewable energy by installing waste to energy facilities.
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First solar panel recycling facility in next 10 years — Yeo
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GEORGE TOWN (Jan 20): The government is looking forward to a private company setting up a solar panel recycling centre in the next 10 years.

Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change, Yeo Bee Yin said many people were concerned about how solar panels could be recycled, since there was no recycling centre for these panels.

She said currently, a private company in Kulim, Kedah was testing at its own facility to recycle the photovoltaics (PV).

"The average lifespan of a solar panel is about 20 years and just years ago, we started mass installation of solar panels on large buildings, so we have about 10 years from now before the first disposal facility to recycle solar panels is set up.”

She said this during a public lecture on Research & Development Ecosystem and Green Technology at Universiti Sains Malaysia, here, today.

Yeo noted that most of the parts including the chemical in the solar panels were recyclable.

However, she said the government would wait for the company’s test report before any further announcement could be made on the matter.
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