List of power stations in Malaysia

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Hydropower[edit]

Plant State Scheme Coordinates MW Owner/operator Refs
Sultan Azlan Shah Bersia Sungai Perak 72
Chenderoh Power Station Sungai Perak 4°57′38″N 100°58′39″E / 4.96056°N 100.97750°E / 4.96056; 100.97750 (Chenderoh) 40.5 [1]
Sultan Azlan Shah Kenering Power Station Sungai Perak 120
Sungai Piah Upper Power Station Sungai Perak 14.6
Sungai Piah Lower Power Station Sungai Perak 54
Temenggor Power Station Sungai Perak 348
Sultan Mahmud Sungai Terengganu 5°1′25″N 102°54′36″E / 5.02361°N 102.91000°E / 5.02361; 102.91000 (Sultan Mahmud) 400 [2]
Pergau Dam Sungai Pergau 5°37′30″N 101°42′11″E / 5.62500°N 101.70306°E / 5.62500; 101.70306 (Pergau) 600 [3]
Sultan Yusof Jor Power Station Cameron Highlands 100
Sultan Idris II Cameron Highlands 150 [4]
Odak Power Station Cameron Highlands 4.2
Habu Power Station Cameron Highlands 5.5
Kampong Raja Power Station Cameron Highlands 0.8
Kampong Terla Power Station Cameron Highlands 0.5
Robinson Falls Power Station Cameron Highlands 0.9
Bakun Dam 2400 [5]
Batang Ai Dam Sarawak 100 [5] [6]
Murum Dam (Under construction) Sarawak 944
Tenom Pangi Dam Sabah 66

Peninsular Malaysia[edit]

Tenaga Nasional Berhad operates three hydroelectric schemes in the peninsular with an installed generating capacity of 1,911 megawatts (MW). They are the Sungai Perak, Terengganu and Cameron Highlands hydroelectric schemes with 21 dams in operation.[7] A number of Independent Power Producers also own and operate several small hydro plants.


Independent hydroelectric schemes

  • Sg Kenerong Small Hydro Power Station in Kelantan at Sungai Kenerong, 20 MW owned by Musteq Hydro Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Eden Inc Berhad

Sabah and Sarawak[edit]

Gas-fired[edit]

List of gas-fired plants in Malaysia
Plant State Coordinates MW Type Owner/operator Refs
Connaught Bridge Power Station Selangor at Klang 3°2′37″N 101°28′7″E / 3.04361°N 101.46861°E / 3.04361; 101.46861 832 Combined cycle (1 ST, 2 GT), open cycle (4 GT) Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Genting Sanyen Kuala Langat Power Plant Selangor at Kuala Langat 720 Combined cycle Genting Sanyen Power Sdn Bhd
Karambunai Power Station Sabah at Karambunai 120 Open cycle (4 GT) Ranhill Powertron Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Ranhill Berhad
Lumut GB3 Power Station Perak at Pantai Remis 4°23′32″N 100°35′20″E / 4.39222°N 100.58889°E / 4.39222; 100.58889 651 Combined cycle (1 ST), open cycle (3 GT) GB3 Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malakoff
Lumut Power Station Perak at Pantai Remis 4°23′27″N 100°35′22″E / 4.39083°N 100.58944°E / 4.39083; 100.58944 1,303 Combined cycle (6 GT, 2 ST)[8] Segari Energy Ventures Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malakoff [9]
Nur Generation Plants Kedah in Kulim High-Tech Industrial Park 220 Combined cycle (4 GT, 2 ST) Nur Generation Sdn Bhd
Paka power station Terengganu at Paka 4°36′4″N 103°26′57″E / 4.60111°N 103.44917°E / 4.60111; 103.44917 808 Combined cycle (4 GT, 2 ST) YTL Power International Berhad
Pasir Gudang power station Johor at Pasir Gudang 1°27′2″N 103°52′48″E / 1.45056°N 103.88000°E / 1.45056; 103.88000 404 Combined cycle (2 GT, 1ST) YTL Power International Berhad
Petronas Gas Centralized Utilities Facilities (CUF) Pahang (Gebeng-Kerteh) 3°59′23″N 103°22′16″E / 3.98972°N 103.37111°E / 3.98972; 103.37111 324 Cogen(9 GT) Petronas Gas Berhad
Port Dickson Power Station Negeri Sembilan in Port Dickson 2°33′13″N 101°47′57″E / 2.55361°N 101.79917°E / 2.55361; 101.79917 440 Open cycle (4 GT) Malakoff Berhad
Prai power station Penang at Perai 5°22′31″N 100°22′23″E / 5.37528°N 100.37306°E / 5.37528; 100.37306 350 Single shaft combine cycle (1 GT, 1 ST) Prai Power Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malakoff [10]
Putrajaya Power Station Selangor at Serdang 2°57′56″N 101°41′5″E / 2.96556°N 101.68472°E / 2.96556; 101.68472 625 Open cycle (5 GT) Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Sarawak Power Generation Plant Sarawak at Bintulu 220 Open cycle (2 GT) Sarawak Power Generation Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Sarawak Energy Berhad
Sepanggar Bay Power Plant Sabah at Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park 100 Combined cycle Sepangar Bay Power Corporation Sdn Bhd[11]
Sultan Iskandar Power Station Johor at Pasir Gudang 1°26′58″N 103°52′51″E / 1.44944°N 103.88083°E / 1.44944; 103.88083 729 Thermal (2 ST), combined cycle (2 GT, 1 ST), open cycle (2 GT) Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Sultan Ismail Power Station Terengganu at Paka 4°35′50″N 103°27′3″E / 4.59722°N 103.45083°E / 4.59722; 103.45083 1,136 Combined cycle (8 GT, 4 ST) Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Tanjung Kling Power Station Malacca at Tanjung Kling 2°13′24″N 102°9′7″E / 2.22333°N 102.15194°E / 2.22333; 102.15194 330 Combined cycle (2 GT, 1 ST)[12] Pahlawan Power, a subsidiary of Powertek [10]
Telok Gong Power Station 1 Malacca at Telok Gong 2°20′51″N 102°3′6″E / 2.34750°N 102.05167°E / 2.34750; 102.05167 440 Open cycle (4 GT) Powertek [10]
Telok Gong Power Station 2 Malacca at Telok Gong 2°20′51″N 102°3′6″E / 2.34750°N 102.05167°E / 2.34750; 102.05167 720 Combined cycle (2 GT, 1ST) Panglima Power, a subsidiary of Powertek
Teknologi Tenaga Perlis Consortium Perlis at Kuala Sungai Baru 650 Combined cycle Teknologi Tenaga Perlis Consortium Sdn Bhd / Global E-Technic Sdn Bhd
Tuanku Jaafar Power Station Negeri Sembilan at Port Dickson 2°31′59″N 101°47′29″E / 2.53306°N 101.79139°E / 2.53306; 101.79139 1,500 Combined cycle (4 GT, 2 ST) Tenaga Nasional Berhad [10] [13]

Note: GT - Gas Turbine unit(s); ST - Steam Turbine unit(s).

Coal-fired (or combined gas/coal)[edit]

List of coal-fired plants in Malaysia
Plant State Coordinates MW Type Owner/operator Refs
Jimah Power Station Negri Sembilan at Lukut 2°35′11″N 101°43′21″E / 2.58639°N 101.72250°E / 2.58639; 101.72250 1,400 Thermal (2 ST) Jimah Energy Ventures Sdn Bhd [14]
Manjung Power Station Perak at Manjung 4°9′44″N 100°38′48″E / 4.16222°N 100.64667°E / 4.16222; 100.64667 2,295 Thermal (3 ST) TNB Janamanjung Sdn Bhd [14]
Mukah Power Station Sarawak 2°55′56″N 112°11′32″E / 2.93222°N 112.19222°E / 2.93222; 112.19222 (Mukah Power Station) 270 Thermal (2 ST) [14] [15]
PPLS Power Generation Plant Sarawak in Kuching 110 Thermal (2 units) PPLS Power Generation, a subsidiary of Sarawak Energy Berhad
Sejingkat Power Corporation Plant Sarawak at Kuching 100 Thermal Sejingkat Power Corporation Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Sarawak Energy Berhad [14]
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Power Station Selangor at Kapar 3°7′1″N 101°19′1″E / 3.11694°N 101.31694°E / 3.11694; 101.31694 2,420 Thermal (6 ST), open cycle (2 GT), natural gas and coal with oil backup Kapar Energy Ventures Sdn Bhd
Tanjung Bin Power Station Johor at Pontian 1°20′3″N 103°32′55″E / 1.33417°N 103.54861°E / 1.33417; 103.54861 2,100 Thermal (3 ST) Tanjong Bin Power Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malakoff [14]

Note: ST - Steam Turbine unit(s).

Oil-fired[edit]

List of oil-fired plants in Malaysia
Plant State Coord. MW Type Owner/operator
Gelugor Power Station Penang at Teluk Ewa 5°22′49″N 100°18′53″E / 5.38028°N 100.31472°E / 5.38028; 100.31472 398 Combined cycle Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Melawa Power Station Sabah in Melawa 50 4 diesel engines ARL Tenaga Sdn Bhd
Sandakan Power Corporation Plant Sabah at Sandakan 34 4 diesel engines Sandakan Power Corporation Sdn Bhd
Stratavest Power Station Sabah at Sandakan 60 4 diesel engines Stratavest Sdn Bhd
Tawau Power Plant Sabah at Tawau 36 3 diesel engines Serudong Power Sdn Bhd

Biomass[edit]

List of biomass plants in Malaysia
Plant/owner/operator State Coord. MW Type Fuel
Bumibiopower Sdn Bhd (planning approved 2001) Perak at Pantai Remis 6 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Jana Landfill Sdn Bhd Selangor at Seri Kembangan 2 Gas turbines Biogas
TSH Bio Energy Sdn Bhd Sabah at Tawau 14 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Potensi Gaya Sdn Bhd (planning approved 2003) Sabah at Tawau 7 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Alaff Ekspresi Sdn Bhd (planning approved 2003) Sabah at Tawau 8 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Naluri Ventures Sdn Bhd (planning approved 2005) Johor at Pasir Gudang 12 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Seguntor Bioenergy Sdn Bhd (planning approved 2007) Sabah at Sandakan 11.5 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Kina Biopower Sdn Bhd (planning approved 2007) Sabah at Sandakan 11.5 Steam turbines Empty fruit bunch
Recycle Energy Sdn Bhd (commercial operation 2009) Selangor at Semenyih 8.9 Steam turbine Refuse-derived fuel

Hybrid power stations[edit]

Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Terengganu with a combined capacity of 650[16] kilowatts

  • Two 100 kW wind turbines
  • One 100 kW solar panels
  • Two diesel generators capable of 200 and 150 kW respectively

Proposed[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chenderoh Hydroelectric Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 19 June 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kenyir (Sultan Mahmud) Hydroelectric Power Project". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Pergau Hydroelectric Power Project". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 19 June 2014. 
  4. ^ "Woh (Sultan Idris II) Hydroelectric Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "Hydroelectric Power Plants in Asia-Pacific - other". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 11 June 2014. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  6. ^ "Batang Ai Dam Hydroelectric Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 18 June 2014. 
  7. ^ "TNB Hydro Power Schemes" (PDF). Tenaga Nasional Berhad. 
  8. ^ K. Rolf, et al.: Combined-cycle gas & steam turbine power plants, Chapter 11. PennWell Books, 1999.
  9. ^ "CCGT Plants in Malaysia". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 29 August 2010. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  10. ^ Cite error: The named reference IndustCardsCC was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  11. ^ "GE Energy signs equipment, service contracts for new Power Plant in Malaysia". Electric Energy Publications. November 15, 2005. Retrieved 2009-05-27. 
  12. ^ "Powertek Berhad:Our Plants". Retrieved 2009-05-22. 
  13. ^ "Tuanku Jaafar (TJGS) CCGT Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  14. ^ a b c d e "Coal-Fired Power Plants in Malaysia". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 29 August 2010. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  15. ^ "Mukah Coal Power Plant". Global Energy Observatory. Retrieved 15 June 2014. 
  16. ^ Michael Cheang (2007-09-25). "Wind, Sun and Diesel". The Star (Malaysia). Retrieved 2009-05-21. 
  17. ^ "Ulu Jelai Hydroelectric Project". SMEC Holdings. Retrieved 2012-09-20. 

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