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PROGRESS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY MALAYSIA. APEC EXPERT GROUP MEETING 5-7 March 2002 Hawaii, USA by DR. SALIM SAIRAN Managing Director Tenaga SPL Sdn. Bhd. Tel : +603 - 7960 0296 Fax : +603 - 7960 0294 E-mail : [email protected] SCOPE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY (RE)

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PROGRESS ON

RENEWABLE ENERGY

MALAYSIA

APEC EXPERT GROUP MEETING

5-7 March 2002

Hawaii, USA

by

DR. SALIM SAIRAN

Managing Director

Tenaga SPL Sdn. Bhd.

Tel : +603 - 7960 0296 Fax : +603 - 7960 0294

E-mail : [email protected]


SCOPE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY (RE)

Potential RE Resources in Malaysia

  • Biomass

  • Landfill Gas

  • Municipal Waste

  • Solar

  • Wind


POTENTIAL CAPACITY FROM RE

  • Palm Oil Waste Products - 600MW

  • Rice Husk - 60MW

  • Municipal Waste - 40MW

  • Landfill Gas - 30MW

  • Solar - 10MW

  • Wind - 1MW


PALM OIL WASTE POTENTIAL

  • EFB, fibers, shells and biogas generated from palm oil effluent

  • 8.5 millions tonnes of EFB

  • Potential suppliers: FELDA, Guthrie, Private Mills

  • Power Generation & Cogeneration


SOLAR POWER POTENTIAL

  • 5.5 kWh per square metre per day

  • Electricity in niche areas such as rural area & islands

  • Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Rural Development, Langkawi Development Authority (LADA)

  • Sabah and Sarawak, East Malaysia


GOVERNMENT OF MALAYSIA

TARGETS ON RE

  • Fifth Fuel Policy

  • RE to contribute 5% of the total national energy consumption by year 2005

  • Government provides incentives and tax exemption in 8th Malaysian Plan

  • “Kick-Start” Package for first 20MW of RE from Biomass


SMALL RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAMME (SREP)

  • Limit to 10MW or less

  • TNB to purchase at 13-17 sen/KWh

  • 2 Renewable Energy Purchase Agreements (REPA) signed

  • Bank offers 5% interest for first RM 5.0million

  • Application from 20 developers total capacity 100MW


OFF GRID AND REMOTE AREA

USING RE

  • Cost of Supply is higher than Revenue (mostly diesel)

  • Aim to reduce losses (remain a loss)

  • Seek proposals on technology

  • Solar Hybrid with Diesel Generator

  • Program to retrofit existing stand alone diesel set each 40-200KW


ADVANTAGES OF SOLAR

  • Modularity

  • No Harmful Exhaust

  • No Maintenance

  • Last More Than 20 Years

  • One Time Payment

  • No Fuel Price


AREAS OF ASSISTANCE ON SREP

AND REMOTE SUPPLY

  • Detail Feasibility

  • Technical Consultancy

  • Innovative Financing

  • Project Developer

  • Project Management

  • Project Implementation

  • Operation & Maintenance


SOME RE UTILITY- LED PROJECTS

Past

  • Feasibility on Landfill Gas Power Generation, Puchong

    Present

  • Landfill Gas Power Generation, Puchong (5MW)

  • Feasibility on Palm Oil Waste at Kota Tinggi & Bandar Muadzam Shah (16MW)

  • Feasibility on Rice Husk, Kedah (10MW)

  • Solar Power Hybrid, Langkawi (60KW)

    Future

  • Landfill Sites for Power Generation (15MW)

  • Palm Oil Waste Power Generation (20MW)

  • Solar Power Hybrid, Sabah and Sarawak (1MW)


ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORT FUEL

  • Palm Diesel (Methyl Ester)

  • Field Trial Test

  • Cleaner Exhaust Emission

  • No Abnormal Wear & Tear

  • Comparable Fuel Consumption

  • Meet Supply/Demand For Diesel


PROJECT SCHEDULE

  • 500,000 TPY Capacity

  • Detail Feasibility Study 2002

  • Biodiesel (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd. 2003

  • Market Penetration 2005

  • Consortium MPOB, Petronas and Palm Oil Industry


SUMMARY STRATEGIES ON RE

  • Support Government RE Fifth Policy

  • Consolidate RE Activity to meet Targets

  • Least Cost for Remote Electricity Supply

  • Launch Commercial Demo Projects

  • Innovative Financing

  • Introduce Clean Development Mechanism

  • Develop Expertise & Knowledge on RE



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