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Malaysia’s largest solar project takes-off

Kuala Lumpur, Oct 31 (IEBusiness) Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s TNB large scale solar LSS plant in Mukim Tanjung 12, Kuala Langat, Selangor, Malaysia’s largest LSS project to-date, has begun transmitting power to the national grid.

In a statement, the utility company said work was progressing well for the solar plant, which was expected to generate its full capacity of 50 megawatts by year-end.

“The LSS project is a testament of TNBs aspiration and commitment towards the growth of renewable energy RE in Malaysia. It also displays its expertise in RE and shows TNB as a reputable developer of power projects,” it added.

The plant, with 230,000 solar panels and 10 km of 132kV power and fibre-optic underground cable, is developed by TNBs subsidiary, TNB Sepang Solar Sdn Bhd, on 98 hectares. TNB Engineering Corporation Sdn Bhd is its engineering, procurement and construction partner.

(Source UNI News)

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