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KANGSAR, SLIM, KAMPAR,
PERAK

KANGSAR HIDRO, PERAK

Kangsar Hidro Sdn Bhd (KHSB) has been awarded Fit-in Tariff (FiT) quota totalling 59.77 MW by the Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia for the development of mini hydro power plants in Perak Darul Ridzuan.

This is following the Perak State Government’s initiative to develop new sources of renewable energy based on hydroelectricity generation from selected rivers of six districts in the State namely, Hulu Perak; Larut Matang and Selama; Hilir Perak; Kuala Kangsar; Batang Padang; and Muallim.

The initiative was tasked to the Perak State Development Corporation (PKNPk) entailing the Construction, Maintenance and Management of Small Hydro-Electrical Power Plants, a project  collectively named as PERAK HYDRO 2.
 
PKNPk had engaged and authorised KHSB to develop, construct, maintain, take ownership and manage the power plants over a concession period of 21 years.

KANGSAR HIDRO

SUNGAI SLIM, PERAK

Sungai Slim Small Hydro Power Plant located at Ulu Slim, Slim River, District of Muallim, Perak Darul Ridzuan. Its weir structure were constructed along Sungai Slim which located approximately 35 kilometer from Slim River town. This power plant is small hydroelectric plant, with 2 unit of Francis Turbine with capacity of 3 MW each, in total 6 MW. This plant also equipped with 2 unit of synchronous generator sizing 3800kVA, 6.3kV each and 2 unit of Main Transformer sizing 33/0.4kV, 4000kVA each. Weir structure of this plant were constructed to divert some part of the Sungai Slim water into the mild steel pipe sizing 1800mm diameter which installed along 4,340 meter distance. This power plant were operated by Zeqna Corporation Sdn. Bhd. Annual Energy Yield are 39,900 MWh.

Zeqna Corporation Sdn Bhd (ZCSB) proposed the development of a mini hydropower scheme at the Slim River basin in the district of Batang Padang, Perak. This scheme involved the setting up of hydraulic power plants with the necessary equipment along the upper reaches of Sg. Slim with a total installed capacity of 6.0MW and an export capacity of 5.31 MW at the interconnection point.

ZCSB, a joint venture company between local Bumiputra entrepreneurs and Perak Hydro Resources Corporation Sdn Bhd (PHREC, is confident for a smooth and fast development of the Sg. Slim mini hydropower plant as ACSB is backed by experienced and established parent companies and investors.

ZCSB has, for the past one year, conducted feasibility studies on the proposed development through site visits, desk study and discussions with Perak State agencies and TNB. A power system study (PSS) has been carried out by TNB Engineering Services Sdn Bhd, a 100% subsidiary of TNB. This is to ascertain the technical viability of interconnecting the proposed mini hydro power output with TNB grid.

The proposed project area is located upstream of the Sg. Slim with catchment area of 120km2 and afforded a very good potential for development of mini hydropower. The intake site is about 5km upstream of the proposed powerhouse and has good water gradient along the river alignment. The powerhouse location is situated reasonable flat area with a 33kV distribution system. This system is then connected to the TNB distribution system.

Total​ capacity generated from this site are approximately 6MW. Following are more details regarding the project tenure, commencement date, expected completion date, project owner, the off-taker and EPCC contractor.

TENURE: 21 Years

AWARDER: Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

COMMENCEMENT DATE: September 2020

EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE: TBC

PROJECT OWNER: Zeqna Corporation Sdn Bhd (A Member of OHP Group)*

OFF-TAKER: Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

SUNGAI SLIM

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SUNGAI KAMPAR, PERAK

Koridor Mentari Sdn Bhd (KMSB) proposed the development of a mini hydropower scheme at the Kampar River basin in the district of Kinta, Perak. This scheme involved the setting up of hydraulic power plants with the necessary equipment along the upper reaches of Sg. Kampar with a total installed capacity of 5.25 MW and an export capacity of 4.65MW at the interconnection point.

The potential of Sg. Kampar for mini hydro scheme was discovered during a river scouting exercise carried out by PHREC in identifying viable site locations for the development of mini hydropower plants. After a preliminary feasibility study was carried out by SSM, an engineering consultant engaged by KMSB, it is possible to harness the mini hydropower capacity leading to an installed capacity of 5.25MW and export capacity of 4.65MW.

The proposed site is located about 25 km east of Gopeng town. The proposed project area is located upstream of the Sg. Kampar with catchment area of 57 square kilometer and afforded a very good potential for development of mini hydropower.​

Total​ capacity generated from this site are approximately 5.25MW. Following are more details regarding the project tenure, commencement date, expected completion date, project owner, the off-taker and EPCC contractor.

 

TENURE: 21 Years

COMMENCEMENT DATE: January 2021

EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE: 2026

PROJECT OWNER: Koridor Mentari Sdn Bhd (A Member of OHP Group)*

OFF-TAKER: Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)

SUNGAI KAMPAR

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