TNB Seeks Opportunities to Drive Malaysia’s RE Aspiration
- Wants to propel Malaysia’s RE agenda
- Aims to be Asean RE champion
- Has acquired almost 600MW RE assets in the United Kingdom, Turkey and India
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) aspires to pursue an active role in supporting Malaysia’s RE generation target by leveraging on its competitiveness and strength, both locally and overseas.
Locally, the national utility corporation has formed joint ventures for a biomass power generation station in Jengka, Pahang with Felda; two biogas power stations in Layang Layang, Johor and Bagan Datuk, Perak with Sime Darby; and two biogas power stations in Puchong and Jeram, Selangor with Worldwide Holdings.
As part of its international RE drive, TNB has for the past two years acquired major RE assets portfolios in solar, wind and hydro in the United Kingdom, Turkey and India with an accumulated generation capacity of almost 600MW.
The JVs and foreign assets’ acquisitions reflect the company’s commitment to grow its RE business to champion RE efforts in Malaysia and Asean.
The company today held the groundbreaking ceremony of its 50MW Large Scale Solar (LSS) project in Kuala Langat, Selangor, the first of its kind in the country.
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