Kuala Selangor, Malaysia
Kuala Selangor, Malaysia

Tenaga Nasional Berhad is the largest Electric utility company in Malaysia and also the largest power company in Southeast Asia with MYR 99.03 billion worth of assets. It serves over 8.4 million customers throughout Peninsular Malaysia and also the eastern state of Sabah through Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd. TNB's core activities are in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. Other activities include repairing, testing and maintaining power plants, providing engineering, procurement and construction services for power plants related products, assembling and manufacturing high voltage switchgears, coal mining and trading. Operations are carried out in Malaysia, Mauritius, Pakistan, India and Indonesia. Wikipedia.


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BANGKOK, May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Set to take place at IMPACT, Bangkok on 25-27 May 2017, Asian Utility Week is a large scale expo designed for Asian utilities who seek to transform their utility business model to include digital enablers. A core theme of the expo is the transformation of Asia's electrical utility into customer-centric enterprises. This change is facilitated by digital technology but is driven by the competitive energy market regimes initiated in Singapore, the Philippines, and Vietnam but also by social media feedback. Customers are able to share easily their frustration with poor service online. Utilities are now adjusting their service offer to better meet customer requirements. This is especially noticeable in the commercial and industrial energy markets which are further impacted by regulations forcing increased energy efficiency and carbon management. Samuel Tan, Chief Digital Officer, SP Group, Singapore Datuk Seri Azman, CEO, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Malaysia Waiboon Chanchio, CIO, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, Thailand Adrian Clark, CEO, Australia, New Zealand & South East Asia, Landis & Gyr, Australia Takako Okuda, GM, CS Promotion Office, TEPCO Energy Partner, Japan Rajeev Kharyal, GM, Head of Commercial Connection & Meter Management, TATA Power, India Ramil Ruaro, Senior Manager, Customer Solutions & Product Development, Meralco, Philippines Nguyen The Vinh , Senior Expert, Business Department, Vietnam Electricity (EVN), Vietnam Bert Deprest, VP of Energy Solutions, Senoko Energy, Singapore Social media skills for utilities are becoming essential. Besides its proven worth in crisis management, social media supports important utility goals. Customers will establish a reputation for you if you aren't there to share the facts. When a social media incident happens, you need to respond quickly and get it right first time. Social media is set to grow in importance over the next five years, as a way to engage both domestic and commercial customers in the conversation around energy efficiency and carbon management -- two issues that require customers to change their behaviour. Asian Utility Week is now free for both energy service companies and vendors to this sector. It is ideal for anyone with business interests in Asia's utility sector to meet the region's top utility executives who are in the market for customer centricity enablers.


News Article | May 12, 2017
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, May 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --  Tenaga Nasional Berhad ('TNB'), Malaysia's national electric utility company, today completed the acquisition of a 50% interest in one of the UK's largest portfolios of operating solar power assets, with a combined capacity of 365 MW. TNB is one of the largest utility companies in Asia with a market capitalisation of approximately USD 18 billion and a total power generation capacity of around 13GW, predominantly in Malaysia. The c. GBP 470 million transaction is TNB's first investment in renewable generation capacity in Europe. The acquisition was made as part of TNB's ongoing five-year international expansion plan and achieves one it is main objectives, to acquire up to 250 MW of renewable energy capacity by 2020. The acquisition was made via Vortex Solar UK Limited, an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of a TNB joint venture, Vortex Solar Investment S.a.r.l. ('Vortex'), which acquired a 100% interest in the portfolio. TNB has a 50% shareholding in Vortex alongside Beaufort Investments S.a.r.l. which holds the balance of 50%. Vortex Solar UK Limited signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement in January with a subsidiary of Terraform Power Inc. to acquire the solar portfolio which includes 24 solar photovoltaic farms, one of Britain's largest solar power portfolios. TNB funded the acquisition from the proceeds of a US$750 million sukuk issued by the company in October 2016. Datuk Seri Ir. Azman bin Mohd, TNB's CEO, said: "We are pleased to complete this acquisition, which was a rare opportunity to acquire a sizeable solar power business in the UK. The acquisition also helps us deliver the renewable energy part of TNB's international expansion plan more than one year ahead of schedule." "The assets are an excellent investment and are earnings enhancing, with 80% of revenue under long term, 15-year power purchase agreements and subsidized by Renewable Obligation Certificates for 20 years." With the completion of the acquisition, TNB's international renewable energy portfolio will have a combined net installed capacity of 252 MW following acquisitions in power companies in India and Turkey in 2016. Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is Malaysia's only electric utility company. Its core activities are in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity. In addition to being the nation's primary electricity generation enterprise, TNB also transmits and distributes all the electricity in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan. As at 31 August 2014, TNB supplies electricity to approximately 8.6 million customers. TNB, through its subsidiaries, is also involved in the manufacturing of transformers, high voltage switchgears and cables; the provision of professional consultancy services, construction and operating and maintenance of district cooling facilities, generation equipment, repair and maintenance, fuel supply services; services related to renewable energy, energy efficiency and power quality; higher education and skill training and undertakes research and development. As an integrated electricity provider, TNB has and will continue to meet its crucial role in powering the nation's progress. For further information, please visit www.tnb.com.my Beaufort Investments S.a.r.l., is the investment manager of Vortex. Vortex was established in 2014, sponsored by EFG Hermes, to pursue yielding renewable energy investments in Europe. Vortex comprises a team of 10 dedicated infrastructure and private equity specialists with wide experience in global infrastructure and renewable energy investments and today manages 822MW of wind and solar assets spreading across six countries, making it one of the largest renewable energy focused investment vehicles in Europe Since its launch in late 2014, Vortex has successfully invested more than EUR 1.3 billion in the European renewables market. The UK solar portfolio joins an existing 457MW (net) portfolio of operating onshore wind assets operated by EDP Renovaveis SA across four Western European countries. TerraForm Power (Nasdaq: TERP): Terraform Power Inc. is a global owner and operator of clean energy power plants. For inquiries, please contact Malcolm Robertson (+65 90294930) at malcolm.robertson@fticonsulting.com


News Article | May 12, 2017
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-- Acquisition has a total enterprise value of circa GBP 470 million -- It is the first acquisition by TNB in the UK and is part of an ongoing international expansion strategy KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, May 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --  Tenaga Nasional Berhad ('TNB'), Malaysia's national electric utility company, today completed the acquisition of a 50% interest in one of the UK's largest portfolios of operating solar power assets, with a combined capacity of 365 MW. TNB is one of the largest utility companies in Asia with a market capitalisation of approximately USD 18 billion and a total power generation capacity of around 13GW, predominantly in Malaysia. The c. GBP 470 million transaction is TNB's first investment in renewable generation capacity in Europe. The acquisition was made as part of TNB's ongoing five-year international expansion plan and achieves one it is main objectives, to acquire up to 250 MW of renewable energy capacity by 2020. The acquisition was made via Vortex Solar UK Limited, an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of a TNB joint venture, Vortex Solar Investment S.a.r.l. ('Vortex'), which acquired a 100% interest in the portfolio. TNB has a 50% shareholding in Vortex alongside Beaufort Investments S.a.r.l. which holds the balance of 50%. Vortex Solar UK Limited signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement in January with a subsidiary of Terraform Power Inc. to acquire the solar portfolio which includes 24 solar photovoltaic farms, one of Britain's largest solar power portfolios. TNB funded the acquisition from the proceeds of a US$750 million sukuk issued by the company in October 2016. Datuk Seri Ir. Azman bin Mohd, TNB's CEO, said: "We are pleased to complete this acquisition, which was a rare opportunity to acquire a sizeable solar power business in the UK. The acquisition also helps us deliver the renewable energy part of TNB's international expansion plan more than one year ahead of schedule." "The assets are an excellent investment and are earnings enhancing, with 80% of revenue under long term, 15-year power purchase agreements and subsidized by Renewable Obligation Certificates for 20 years." With the completion of the acquisition, TNB's international renewable energy portfolio will have a combined net installed capacity of 252 MW following acquisitions in power companies in India and Turkey in 2016. Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is Malaysia's only electric utility company. Its core activities are in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity. In addition to being the nation's primary electricity generation enterprise, TNB also transmits and distributes all the electricity in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan. As at 31 August 2014, TNB supplies electricity to approximately 8.6 million customers. TNB, through its subsidiaries, is also involved in the manufacturing of transformers, high voltage switchgears and cables; the provision of professional consultancy services, construction and operating and maintenance of district cooling facilities, generation equipment, repair and maintenance, fuel supply services; services related to renewable energy, energy efficiency and power quality; higher education and skill training and undertakes research and development. As an integrated electricity provider, TNB has and will continue to meet its crucial role in powering the nation's progress. For further information, please visit www.tnb.com.my Beaufort Investments S.a.r.l., is the investment manager of Vortex. Vortex was established in 2014, sponsored by EFG Hermes, to pursue yielding renewable energy investments in Europe. Vortex comprises a team of 10 dedicated infrastructure and private equity specialists with wide experience in global infrastructure and renewable energy investments and today manages 822MW of wind and solar assets spreading across six countries, making it one of the largest renewable energy focused investment vehicles in Europe Since its launch in late 2014, Vortex has successfully invested more than EUR 1.3 billion in the European renewables market. The UK solar portfolio joins an existing 457MW (net) portfolio of operating onshore wind assets operated by EDP Renovaveis SA across four Western European countries. TerraForm Power (Nasdaq:TERP): Terraform Power Inc. is a global owner and operator of clean energy power plants. For inquiries, please contact Malcolm Robertson (+65 90294930) at malcolm.robertson@fticonsulting.com


Under the unique strategic alliance, which builds on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed in 2014 and pilot project and trials over a few years, Trilliant will transfer valuable know-how to TNB, enabling them to deploy and support the advanced smart communications network. The firms will jointly develop new solutions and ultimately deploy advanced smart grid and smart city solutions to customers internationally. This will support TNB's expansion goals and enhance its leading position in the smart grid areas. TNB has long-term plans of transforming itself into a domestic and regional champion. "This alliance is an example of the efforts we are taking towards realizing our long term strategy," said Datuk Seri Azman Mohd, President & Chief Executive Officer at Tenaga Nasional Berhad. "This strategic alliance facilitates the development of innovative Smart Grid & AMI applications and services that can be deployed to customers locally and internationally," according to TNB and Trilliant. Currently the per capita use of electricity in Southeast Asia is half the global average, but with rapidly increasing population and GDP growth, energy consumption is projected to increase by 80 percent over the next two decades. This is driving energy providers to invest in solutions to increase efficiency to control costs and provide improved service for the consumers. TNB's nationwide smart meter deployment, announced in 2016, will ultimately be one of the largest of its kind in the region. The meter deployment is currently underway in the state of Melaka (formerly known as Malacca) and this will be expanded to cover all of the company's customers, currently totaling 9.2 million, growing at nearly four percent a year. A March 2017 Brand Finance report ranked TNB #24 (and the fastest growing) in its Global Top 50 Utility Brands. It is also currently the 18th largest utility (in term of market value) in the world. TNB has been very active in diversifying its portfolio, announcing multiple investments across the globe in recent months "The alliance fundamentally changes the business model of utilities working with technology companies to bring combined experience back into the local economy," said Trilliant Chairman and CEO Andrew White. "Through the partnership, utilities across the region will benefit from TNB's leadership and investment in innovation to gain access to technology to meet the energy needs of a rapidly expanding economy." Trilliant is a leading global smart communications solution provider that serves utilities across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. Trilliant's unified offering of customized RF networks under a single management platform is the most field-proven and compliant solution in the world. About Trilliant Trilliant® offers the energy industry's only enterprise-wide Smart Communications Platform for connecting the internet of things (IoT) through a secure, standards-based, multi-technology, open spectrum solution. With three decades' experience and the most field-proven and globally compliant solution, Trilliant maximizes smart grid and smart city investments and makes operations future-ready. www.trilliantinc.com About TNB Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia and a leading utility company in Asia. Listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia with almost RM132 billion in assets, the Company's more than 33,500 employees serve an estimated 9.2 million customers in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Labuan. TNB's core businesses are in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. In Peninsular Malaysia, the Company supplies households and industry with electricity generated from ten thermal stations and three major hydroelectric schemes. It also manages and operates the National Grid which links TNB power stations and IPPs to the distribution network. http://www.tnb.com.my/


TNB has long-term plans of transforming itself into a domestic and regional champion. "This alliance is an example of the efforts we are taking towards realizing our long term strategy," said Datuk Seri Azman Mohd, President & Chief Executive Officer at Tenaga Nasional Berhad. "This strategic alliance facilitates the development of innovative Smart Grid & AMI applications and services that can be deployed to customers locally and internationally," according to TNB and Trilliant. Currently the per capita use of electricity in Southeast Asia is half the global average, but with rapidly increasing population and GDP growth, energy consumption is projected to increase by 80 percent over the next two decades. This is driving energy providers to invest in solutions to increase efficiency to control costs and provide improved service for the consumers. TNB's nationwide smart meter deployment, announced in 2016, will ultimately be one of the largest of its kind in the region. The meter deployment is currently underway in the state of Melaka (formerly known as Malacca) and this will be expanded to cover all of the company's customers, currently totaling 9.2 million, growing at nearly four percent a year. A March 2017 Brand Finance report ranked TNB #24 (and the fastest growing) in its Global Top 50 Utility Brands. It is also currently the 18th largest utility (in term of market value) in the world. TNB has been very active in diversifying its portfolio, announcing multiple investments across the globe in recent months "The alliance fundamentally changes the business model of utilities working with technology companies to bring combined experience back into the local economy," said Trilliant Chairman and CEO Andrew White. "Through the partnership, utilities across the region will benefit from TNB's leadership and investment in innovation to gain access to technology to meet the energy needs of a rapidly expanding economy." Trilliant is a leading global smart communications solution provider that serves utilities across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. Trilliant's unified offering of customized RF networks under a single management platform is the most field-proven and compliant solution in the world. About Trilliant Trilliant® offers the energy industry's only enterprise-wide Smart Communications Platform for connecting the internet of things (IoT) through a secure, standards-based, multi-technology, open spectrum solution. With three decades' experience and the most field-proven and globally compliant solution, Trilliant maximizes smart grid and smart city investments and makes operations future-ready. www.trilliantinc.com About TNB Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is the largest electricity utility in Malaysia and a leading utility company in Asia. Listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia with almost RM132 billion in assets, the Company's more than 33,500 employees serve an estimated 9.2 million customers in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Labuan. TNB's core businesses are in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. In Peninsular Malaysia, the Company supplies households and industry with electricity generated from ten thermal stations and three major hydroelectric schemes. It also manages and operates the National Grid which links TNB power stations and IPPs to the distribution network. http://www.tnb.com.my/ To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/tenaga-nasional-berhad-forms-strategic-alliance-with-trilliant-to-support-innovation-and-growth-plans-300462023.html


BANGKOK, April 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Asian Utility Week, a brand belonging to Clarion Events, takes place at Impact Arena, Exhibition & Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand on 24-25 May 2017. Asian Utility Week is a large scale expo with conference designed specifically for Asian utilities who seek to transform their utility business model to include digital enablers. It is known as Asia's leader in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and features other innovations designed specifically to improve the customer's experience of energy services. The Digital Utility and Customer focused themes are attracting interest from technology innovators from across the world -- both start-ups and established utility leaders. The speaker line-up features over 180 energy technology specialists including: Samuel Tan, Chief Digital Officer, SP Group, Singapore Datuk Seri Azman, CEO, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Malaysia Dexter Lee, President and Chief Executive Officer, Meralco Energy, Philippines Waiboon Chanchio, CIO, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, Thailand Hiroshi Okamoto, Managing Executive Officer, Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan Song Il-keun, VP, Leader of Energy New Business Lab, Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Korea Hirokazu Yamaguchi, EGM, Global Innovation & Investment, Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan According to the Event Director, Roderic Mclauchlan: Many utilities see the digital revolution as a threat to their traditional business model, but massive opportunities await those able to transform themselves ahead of the curve. The digital disruptor model is now becoming common in the utility sector and those Asian countries with deregulated energy markets are seeing the rise of the online energy retailer. This is forcing the incumbents to revamp their own digital channel strategies to stay competitive. We also find that social media is having a major impact on customer service strategies as disgruntled customers can effectively vent their frustrations to a large audience. While smart meters are still fairly new to Asia, the business case is now well understood and with the flood of data coming from those meters and the IoT strategies across the enterprise, those utilities with digital models are now reaping the benefits of lower operating costs and improved responsiveness to market change. Asian Utility Week is now free for both energy service companies and vendors to this sector.


News Article | December 14, 2016
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Norwegian solar developer Scatec has entered the Malaysian solar energy market in a deal with national electric utility Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB). Working in consortium with local firm ItraMAS, three 21-year power purchase agreements have been agreed for solar projects totalling nearly 200MW and worth some $300m. The three projects are expected to generate 285GWh of electricity per year. To be located in Merchang in the north, Jasin in the south and Gurun in the west of Peninsular Malaysia, the three PV parks will see Scatec as EPC contractor expecting to invest about $60m for a 49% equity stake. Led by ItraMAS, the local consortium also includes two other Malaysian companies, Maltech and Cam Lite. Choo Boo Lee, CEO of ItraMAS, said: “This is a significant achievement for Malaysia and the solar industry in the region as these projects will help develop local supply chains and uplift local communities.” Malaysia is already a significant manufacturer of solar modules. Commenting on the agreements, Scatec chief executive, Raymond Carlsen, said: “This is a stepping stone to enter one of the most dynamic and fast growing regions of the world.” His comments follow an announcement in January this year, when Scatec said it expects to end 2018 with 1.4GW-1.6GW of solar capacity online or under construction, the vast majority of which will come in Africa, and has recently inked deals for long-term solar projects in Brazil (150MW) and Mozambique (40MW). Together with the Malaysian development the company’s project backlog now stands at 731MW, it said in a statement.


News Article | December 13, 2016
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Oslo, December 13, 2016: Scatec Solar has entered the Malaysian large-scale solar energy market by joining forces with a local ItraMAS-led consortium that has signed three 21-year Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with the country's largest electricity utility, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB). The partnership covers three solar projects totaling nearly 200 MW and involves a total investment of close to USD 300 million. Located in Merchang in the north, Jasin in the south and Gurun in the west of Peninsular Malaysia, the three photovoltaic solar parks cover more than 200 acres each. Scatec Solar expects to invest about USD 60 million through preference shares partly convertible to a 49% equity ownership in the projects. The investment expects to provide long term stable cash flows and to meet Scatec Solar's investment hurdle rates. The agreement with the Malaysian consortium includes Scatec Solar acting in its well-known integrated role, including undertaking the turnkey EPC for the projects. "This is a landmark opportunity to bring our wide-ranging expertise to realize the largest solar energy portfolio in South East Asia. For Scatec Solar and our partners, this is a stepping stone to enter one of the most dynamic and fast growing regions of the world'' said Raymond Carlsen, CEO of Scatec Solar. Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, ItraMAS, a Malaysian LED lighting and traffic management and construction engineering company, is the lead sponsor of the three solar projects and signed the PPA on behalf of the local consortium that includes two other Malaysian companies, Maltech and Cam Lite. CIMB, Malaysia's second largest commercial bank, has been appointed to arrange the non-recourse project debt financing for the three projects. All development, financing and project implementation preparatory activities are currently underway to reach timely financial close with the construction expected to begin immediately thereafter. Welcoming the co-development of the projects by Scatec Solar, Choo Boo Lee, CEO of ItraMAS said ''This is a significant achievement for Malaysia and the solar industry in the region as these projects will help develop local supply chains and uplift local communities''. Malaysia is already a major manufacturing hub for Chinese solar energy equipment. The three solar projects are expected to generate 285,000 MWh of electricity per year. The clean solar electricity will avoid 210,000 tons of carbon emissions per year, taking Malaysia closer to achieving its promised emission cuts under the Paris Climate Agreement. Scatec Solar is a leading developer and owner of large scale solar in Africa, Europe, Middle East and the Americas. Over the last few weeks the company has secured a 20 year PPA for 150 MW in Brazil and a 25 year PPA for a 40 MW solar plant in Mozambique. With the announcement of the partnership in Malaysia, Scatec Solar's project backlog now stands at 731 MW, and is well on track to reach its target of having 1.3 - 1.5 GW in operation and under construction by the end of 2018. For further information, please contact: Mr. Mikkel Tørud, CFO                          tel: +47 976 99 144       mikkel.torud@scatecsolar.com For Media: Ms. Julie Hamre, Communications       tel: +47 920 20 854        julie.hamre@scatecsolar.com About Scatec Solar Scatec Solar is an integrated independent solar power producer, delivering affordable, rapidly deployable and sustainable source of clean energy worldwide. A long term player, Scatec Solar develops, builds, owns, operates and maintains solar power plants, and already has an installation track record of close to 600 MW. The company is producing electricity from 426 MW of solar power plants in the Czech Republic, South Africa, Rwanda, Honduras, Jordan and the United States. With an established global presence, the company is growing briskly with a project backlog and pipeline of close to 1.6 GW under development in the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Scatec Solar is headquartered in Oslo, Norway and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol 'SSO'


News Article | July 12, 2015
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Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Maximus Ongkili has confirmed that Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) will buy 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)'s stake in the Project 3B coal power plant. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, June 18, 2015. Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) will buy over 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)'s stake in the Project 3B coal power plant, the Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Maximus Ongkili confirmed today. Ongkili told reporters at the Parliament lobby today that TNB is buying over 1MDB's 70% in the project, held through the state investor's energy arm, Edra Global Energy Bhd, for an undisclosed price. "It's on a willing-buyer-willing-seller basis," he said. The Cabinet approved the move as the power plant project has been delayed by 1MDB, which faced cash flow problems as it sat on a RM42 billion debt. "TNB requested that they would like to take over the project," Ongkili said today, adding that the government chose not to go with an open tender because the project was delayed and TNB could do it "fast and at an acceptable rate." "They have requested a small revision to the tariff because it is six months late and the exchange, rate, too has changed since then," he said. The tariff rate would be decided by TNB and the government, he added. 1MDB obtained the RM11 billion project in early 2014 in a joint venture with Mitsui & Co Ltd and reportedly beat YTL Power International, TNB and Malakoff Corp in the open tender bid. Earlier this month, The Star reported that TNB would set aside some RM500 million as equity to start the project as soon as possible. – June 18, 2015.


News Article | August 22, 2016
Site: www.renewableenergyworld.com

The 382-MW Ulu Jelai hydropower project, which began construction in 2011, is 95% complete and expected to be fully-commissioned in the third quarter of this year, in the district of Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia, according to state-owned power utility Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB), Malaysia's largest utility company and the project’s owner.  

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