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Power Plant Portfolio
Malakoff as the largest Independent Power Producer (IPP) in the country, will leverage on its stellar reputation in the marketplace to pursue potential investments in the thermal power generation section.
Tanjung Bin Power Plant
One of the largest privately-owned coal-fired plants in Southeast Asia, Tanjung Bin Power Plant has a generating capacity of 2,100 MW and is 90.0% owned by Malakoff Corporation Berhad and 10.0% owned by EPF. The power generated from Tanjung Bin Power Plant is transmitted through a 53 km 500 kV double circuit transmission line from Tanjung Bin substation to the Bukit Batu substation and a 54 km 275 kV double circuit transmission line from the Tanjung Bin substation to the Gelang Patah substation, both are located in Johor, Malaysia. These transmission lines and related facilities are owned, operated and maintained by TNB.
Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant
Located at the same complex as Tanjung Bin Power Plant, Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant has the generating capacity of 1,000 MW and officially commenced operation in 2016. The power generated from Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant shares power transmission infrastructure with Tanjung Bin Power Plant with some expansions including a 500 kV transmission line from the Tanjung Bin substation to the Bukit Batu substation, one transmission line between the 500 kV and 275 kV sections of the Tanjung Bin substation, two 500 kV substation bays and the implementation of an additional support system to accommodate the combined complex’s increased power generation capacity. These transmission lines and related facilities are owned, operated and maintained by TNB.
Segari Energy Ventures (SEV) Power Plant
With an electricity generating capacity of 1,303 MW, SEV Power Plant located in Perak, delivers electrical energy and make generating capacity available to TNB. The project is currently owned by Malakoff with a stake of 93.75%.
GB3 Power Plant
Also located in Segari, Perak, GB3 constructs, owns, operates and maintains an electricity generating plant and, while operating initially in an open cycle mode with three gas turbines each with a nominal capacity of 143 MW, it was subsequently converted into a combined cycle plant with an aggregate nominal capacity of 640 MW to generate and deliver electrical energy and make generating capacity available to TNB.
Prai Power Plant
Prai Power Plant, which is a 350 MW power plant located in Prai, Penang, Malaysia is one of the most efficient natural gas-fueled power plants in the country, based on thermal efficiency. The plant, which uses one GE gas turbine and one steam turbine, commenced operations in 2003. Power generated from the Prai Power Plant is transmitted through a 0.65 km 132 kV transmission line from the TNB main intake 132 kV gas-insulated switchgear substation.