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KEYNOTE SPEECH BY:
IR. MOHD AZHAR ABDUL RAHMAN
MANAGING DIRECTOR
TNB ENERGY SERVICES SDN. BHD.
TENAGA NASIONAL BERHAD
JANU...
2
CONTENT OF TODAY PRESENTATION
BACKGROUND
- MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER
INDEPENDENCE
M...
3
CONTENT
BACKGROUND
- MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER
INDEPENDENCE
MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE
...
4
330,242 sq. km comprising Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah
& Sarawak
Multi racial population of 28.3 million in 2010
Malaysi...
5
How does Malaysia
define its rural area?
An area of less than
10,000 residents
outside of local
authority zones
Malaysia...
6
MALAYSIA RURAL DEVELOPMENT JOURNEY
National Vision Policy
(Sustainable Development)
National
Development Policy
(Balance...
7
RURAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
OBJECTIVES
Efficient
infrastructure is vital
to support economic
development
Human capital
developm...
8
Rural Electrification
& Village Street Light
Rural Water Supply
Rural Roads
Village Connection Roads
Social Amenities
In...
9
CONTENT
BACKGROUND
- MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER
INDEPENDENCE
MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE
...
NATIONAL POLICIES
7 National
Key Result
Areas
(NKRAs)
Preventing
Crime
Eliminatin
g
Corruption
Improving
Rural Basic
Infra...
Providing housing to the
poor and hardcore poor
Transmitting electricity
to the people
Rural basic
infrastructure
MALAYSIA...
12
GOVERNMENTASPIRATIONSFORRURAL
ELECTRIFICATION
• Aspiration • Electricity Supply
Contribution:
• Complementing with adeq...
13
TYPICALRURAL ELECTRIFICATIONMODE
Modes Typical Alternative
GRID EXTENSION
Diesel Stand Alone
Solar Stand Alone
Solar Hy...
14
CONTENT
BACKGROUND
- MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER
INDEPENDENCE
MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE...
 Statutory body established in 1949
responsible for the Generation,
Transmission, and Distribution and
Retail of electric...
Project Track Record Total (Capacity)
Grid Connection Since 1975 >1500 projects
Mini Hydro Since 1980 35 project (18 MW)
H...
TNB FAMILY
Our commitment towards environmental protection –
coordinated approach across the Organization
GENERATION
* TNB...
RE Plant
Rehabilitation
Works
Engineering &
Consultancy
Services
RE Plant
O&M Services
Technical
Consultant
Consultancy
Se...
Continuous improvement…building trust and credibility
Recognition by Ministry, State
Government & Local
Authorities
Solar ...
KELANTAN
1. SK Balar, GM
2. SK Tohoi, GM
3. SK Pulat, GM
4. SK Bihai, GM
JOHOR (PULAU-PULAU MERSING)
1. Kg Buau, P. Pemang...
PERAK
1. SK Pos Legap,
Sg. Siput
2. SK Perwors,
Sg. Siput
3. SK Pos Poi, Sg
Siput
PAHANG
1. SK Telanok, CH
2. SK Lemoi, CH...
SEKOLAH
1. SSH SK Malinsau
2. SSH SK Senderut
3. SSH SK Togop darat
4. SSH SK Togop laut
SSH Pulau Banggi
SSH Kalabakan,
T...
36 NOS OF MINI HYDRO - RURAL VILLAGES
TNB’S EXPEREINCE IN RENEWABLE MICRO GRID
RENEWABLE MICRO GRID SOLUTION PROVIDER
Solar Hybrid System Mini Hydro Biogas/Biomass
24
25
RE MICRO GRID FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION
SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM AT RPS KEMAR, GRIK PERAK
• Project in Kemar is equipped wit...
Station’s Panoramic View
Solar Panel
Quarters
Powerhouse
26
Project Description
i) System Configuration
PV Array 850 kWp
I...
SOLAR HYBRID STATION AT KG. PAK KALEH, P. PEMANGGIL
2004 – RE MICRO GRID FOR REMOTE ISLANDS IN
SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA
2004 – RE MICRO GRID FOR REMOTE ISLANDS IN
SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA
SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM AT KG. TELUK BERHALA, P. AUR
2008 – MICRO GRID FOR RURAL
ELECTRIFICATION IN SABAH
Solar Array
SOLAR HYBRID STATION AT KG SINULIHAN, KIULU
2012 – SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM FOR REMOTE
SCHOOLS IN SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA
ASEAN ENERGY
AWARD- 2nd /1st
RUNNER-UP
2012 / 2014
Date Commissioned: Dec.
2008
System Configuration
PV Array 200 kW
Inverter 100 kVA
Battery 720 kWh
Diesel Generator 2 x 20...
2007 - PULAU PERHENTIAN (WIND & SOLAR)
Components
1. Solar PV Array 100 KW
2. Wind Turbine 2 x 100 KW
3. Inverter (Solar P...
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CONTENT
BACKGROUND
- MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER
INDEPENDENCE
MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE...
• Benefits to Country and State
Stimulating private entrepreneurship and investment to
accelerate economic growth.
Techn...
• Benefits to Utilities/TNB
 It will assist Utilities/TNB in their continued efforts to reliably
and economically supply ...
• Benefits to Rural Communities
36
BENEFITS
• better agricultural productivity and marketing
• increased rural non-farm em...
A BRIEF VIDEO
THANK YOU
THANK YOU
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Kuching | Jan-15 | Micro Grid - Renewable Energy TNB Experiences Towards Rural Electrification

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The second in our series of workshops designed to gather input from stakeholders involved in existing off-grid projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America. This event is workshop scheduled to be held in Malaysia for the ASEAN countries will be organised by the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM) in collaboration with Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS).

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Kuching | Jan-15 | Micro Grid - Renewable Energy TNB Experiences Towards Rural Electrification

  1. 1. KEYNOTE SPEECH BY: IR. MOHD AZHAR ABDUL RAHMAN MANAGING DIRECTOR TNB ENERGY SERVICES SDN. BHD. TENAGA NASIONAL BERHAD JANUARY 2015 MICRO GRID - RENEWABLE ENERGY TNB EXPERIENCES TOWARDS RURAL ELECTRIFICATION
  2. 2. 2 CONTENT OF TODAY PRESENTATION BACKGROUND - MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER INDEPENDENCE MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE - NATIONAL POLICY ON RURAL DEVELOPMENTS TNB’S PERSPECTIVE -RENEWABLE MICRO GRID EXPERIENCES CHALLENGES AND CONCLUSION
  3. 3. 3 CONTENT BACKGROUND - MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER INDEPENDENCE MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE - NATIONAL POLICY ON RURAL DEVELOPMENTS TNB’S PERSPECTIVE -RENEWABLE MICRO GRID EXPERIENCES CHALLENGES AND CONCLUSION
  4. 4. 4 330,242 sq. km comprising Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah & Sarawak Multi racial population of 28.3 million in 2010 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur MALAYSIA IN BRIEF
  5. 5. 5 How does Malaysia define its rural area? An area of less than 10,000 residents outside of local authority zones Malaysia’s rural area comprises of 70% of its total size (231,180km2 / 23 mil ha) including agriculture areas, forests, villages, coastal areas and islands INDICATORS OF RURAL MALAYSIA Source
  6. 6. 6 MALAYSIA RURAL DEVELOPMENT JOURNEY National Vision Policy (Sustainable Development) National Development Policy (Balanced Growth) New Economic Policy (Growth with Equity) • To be a fully developed country by the year 2020, by building a resilient and competitive nation and a united and just society to ensure solidarity and social stability • In 2011, Malaysia embarked on the Government Transformation Era, aiming to be a high income nation that is inclusive and sustainable by the year 2020. • Continuation of NEP’s strategy, with a focus on balanced growth, elimination of social and economic disparity and national integration, among others • Human capital development being given priority as a means to increase socio-economic wellbeing • Streamlining and rationalizing roles of Agencies • Aimed at national integration through poverty eradication and economic restructuring to eliminate the identification of ethnicity with economic function • Creation of new agencies • New land development/In-situ • Resulted in increased economic growth, but the socio-economic engineering process needed more time Pre-New Economic Policy (Growth) • Developing the economy focusing on rural sector – RED Book • Main programs were basic infrastructure, land and rural development • Establishment of federal development agencies - FELDA, MARA, FELCRA and Regional Development Authorities 1957 1970 1991 2001 Source
  7. 7. 7 RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE OBJECTIVES Efficient infrastructure is vital to support economic development Human capital development needs proper education and health facilities Bridging urban rural disparity Development of infrastructure serves socio economic ends RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE OBJECTIVES Source
  8. 8. 8 Rural Electrification & Village Street Light Rural Water Supply Rural Roads Village Connection Roads Social Amenities Infrastructure and Basic Amenities Development Source COMPONENTSOFRURALINFRASTRUCTURE
  9. 9. 9 CONTENT BACKGROUND - MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER INDEPENDENCE MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE - NATIONAL POLICY ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT TNB’S PERSPECTIVE -RENEWABLE MICRO GRID EXPERIENCE CHALLENGES AND CONCLUSION
  10. 10. NATIONAL POLICIES 7 National Key Result Areas (NKRAs) Preventing Crime Eliminatin g Corruption Improving Rural Basic Infrastructure Improving the Standard of Living of Low Income Households Improving Public Transportation Increasing Access to Quality Education Addressing the Higher Cost of Living What is the Government Transformation Plan? A special initiative to improve the effectiveness of public service according to 7 major policy areas – the National Key Results Areas – with the objective to have a better public service delivery The Government Transformation Plan has been introduced in 2010 Source
  11. 11. Providing housing to the poor and hardcore poor Transmitting electricity to the people Rural basic infrastructure MALAYSIAHASEMBARKEDONAMAJORPROGRAMMEOF RURALBASICINFRASTRUCTUREDEVELOPMENTUNDERNKRA Delivering clean or treated water Connecting the people to social and economic centres About 360,000 houses Over 140,000 houses ~50,000 new and restored houses Over 7,000 km of new and upgraded roads Source
  12. 12. 12 GOVERNMENTASPIRATIONSFORRURAL ELECTRIFICATION • Aspiration • Electricity Supply Contribution: • Complementing with adequate and sustainable infrastructure to precipitate the social and economic improvement on par to the more developed urban community • Encouraging the rural/remote community local produce and expertise to ascertain achieving similar economic and higher standard of living to the urban and other developed communities • Shall be adequate and reliable • Available continuous 24 hours supply • Cost effective and competitive • Expandable to meet future development and growth of electricity energy requirement
  13. 13. 13 TYPICALRURAL ELECTRIFICATIONMODE Modes Typical Alternative GRID EXTENSION Diesel Stand Alone Solar Stand Alone Solar Hybrid System / Mini Hydro / Biogas / Biomass
  14. 14. 14 CONTENT BACKGROUND - MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER INDEPENDENCE MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE - NATIONAL POLICY ON RURAL DEVELOPMENTS TNB’S PERSPECTIVE -RENEWABLE MICRO GRID EXPERIENCE BENEFITS AND CONCLUSION
  15. 15.  Statutory body established in 1949 responsible for the Generation, Transmission, and Distribution and Retail of electricity in Peninsular Malaysia and the state of Sabah  Employee strength (TNB Group) as at August 31, 2013: 29,269  Number of customers (including SESB) as at August 31, 2013: 8.4 million Source: TNB Annual Report 2013 TENAGA NASIONAL BERHAD
  16. 16. Project Track Record Total (Capacity) Grid Connection Since 1975 >1500 projects Mini Hydro Since 1980 35 project (18 MW) Hybrid Wind/Diesel Since 1995 1 project (150 kW - Wind) & (150 kW - Genset) Solar Hybrid System - Solar/Diesel Since 2001 70 projects (1.806 MW) Biomass Since 2004 1 project (2 MW) Solar Hybrid System - Solar/Wind Since 2007 1 project (2 x 100 kW - Wind) (100 kW - Solar) & (500 kW - Genset) TNB has extensive experience and expertise In Rural Electricity Supply (REPS) Since 1975 TNBES involvement in RE Projects TNB INVOLVEMENT IN RURAL ELECTRIFICATION
  17. 17. TNB FAMILY Our commitment towards environmental protection – coordinated approach across the Organization GENERATION * TNBES INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT TNB …with many other support departments & units. TRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTION UNITEN & TNB RESEARCH
  18. 18. RE Plant Rehabilitation Works Engineering & Consultancy Services RE Plant O&M Services Technical Consultant Consultancy Services Energy fficiency Power Quality PSS Project Management RE PROJECTS Solar Mini Hydro Biomass Biogas EPC / EPCC Project Developer Joint Venture / Equity TNBES’S BUSINESS With experience and proven track record, TNBES has positioned itself as a solution provider in Green Energy and the leading Energy Services Company (ESCo) of choice
  19. 19. Continuous improvement…building trust and credibility Recognition by Ministry, State Government & Local Authorities Solar Hybrid Project Pulau Kapas, Terengganu (2nd Runners-Up) Solar Hybrid Project Pulau Banggi, Sabah (1st Runners-Up) Solar Hybrid Project Ladang Mutiara, Johor (2nd Runners-Up) 2009 2010 2011 2012 AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
  20. 20. KELANTAN 1. SK Balar, GM 2. SK Tohoi, GM 3. SK Pulat, GM 4. SK Bihai, GM JOHOR (PULAU-PULAU MERSING) 1. Kg Buau, P. Pemanggil 2. Kg. Pak Kaleh, P. Pemanggil 3. Kg Duku, P. Sibu 4. Kg. kampa, Pulau Besar 5. SSH telok Berhala, P. Aur 6. SSH Tlk Meriam, P. Aur 7. SSH Tjg Balang, P. Tinggi 8. SSH Pasir Pjg, P. Tinggi KEDAH 1. Gunung Machinchang, Langkawi PAHANG 1. Ganuh, Muadzam, JOHOR 1. Peta, Mersing 2. Punan, Kahang 3. Tanah Abang, Mersing 4. Peroh, Kluang 5. Tjg Tuan, Mersing PERAK 1. Sg Tgh, Gerik 2. Melela, Gerik 3. SK Pos Legap, Sg. Siput 4. SK Perwors, Sg. Siput 5. SK Pos Poi, Sg Siput KELANTAN 1. Blau, Gua Musang 2. Pos Pulat, Gua Musang 3. Aring 5, Gua Musang TERENGGANU 1. P. Perhentian 2. P. Kapas TNB’S EXPEREINCE IN RENEWABLE MICRO GRID 2002 – 2010 SOLAR HYBRID PROJECTS - RURAL & ISLANDS
  21. 21. PERAK 1. SK Pos Legap, Sg. Siput 2. SK Perwors, Sg. Siput 3. SK Pos Poi, Sg Siput PAHANG 1. SK Telanok, CH 2. SK Lemoi, CH 3. SK Titon, K. Lipis 4. SK Lanai, Lipis JOHOR 1. SK Peta, Mersing 2. SK Punan, Kahang 3. SK Tunjuk Laut, Kota Tinggi 4. SK Ladang Mutiara, Kluang PERAK 1. SK RPS Dala, Gerik 2. SK Pos Legap, Sg. Siput 3. SK Sg. Tiang, Gerik 4. SK RPS Banun, Gerik 5. SK RPS Pos Kemar, Gerik KELANTAN 1. SK Blau, Gua Musang 2. SK Sri Permai, Gua Musang 3. SK Balar, Gua Musang 4. SK Pulat, Gua Musang 5. SK Bihai, Gua Musang 2010 – 2012 SOLAR HYBRID PROJECTS - RURAL SCHOOLS 21 TNB’S EXPEREINCE IN RENEWABLE MICRO GRID
  22. 22. SEKOLAH 1. SSH SK Malinsau 2. SSH SK Senderut 3. SSH SK Togop darat 4. SSH SK Togop laut SSH Pulau Banggi SSH Kalabakan, TawauBELB Fasa 1 & 2 1. SSH Monsok, Tambunan BELB Fasa 1 & 2 1. SSH Meligan 1, Sipitang 2. SSH Meligan 2, Sipitang BELB Fasa 1 & 2 1. SSH Sinulihan,Tuaran BELB Fasa 1 & 2 1. SSH P. Lubukan, Sandakan BELB Fasa 1 & 2 1. SSH Pagalungan, Nabawan TNB’S EXPEREINCE IN RENEWABLE MICRO GRID 2008 – 2013 SOLAR HYBRID PROJECTS - SABAH
  23. 23. 36 NOS OF MINI HYDRO - RURAL VILLAGES TNB’S EXPEREINCE IN RENEWABLE MICRO GRID
  24. 24. RENEWABLE MICRO GRID SOLUTION PROVIDER Solar Hybrid System Mini Hydro Biogas/Biomass 24
  25. 25. 25 RE MICRO GRID FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM AT RPS KEMAR, GRIK PERAK • Project in Kemar is equipped with solar generating capacity of 850kW and is part of the Rural Electrification Project (BELB) to indigenous settlements • Supply electricity to approximately 5000 local residents as well as clinics, schools, houses of worship, police stations, kindergarten • Kemar Project was fully commissioned by end of this month, October 2012. • Special Features: 1. Optimum solution for alternative 24 hours electricity supply (or as required by customer) 2. Developed based on > 10 years of track record, continuous R&D and first-hand experience in system design and O&M 3. Optimization in system O&M via remote monitoring facilities 4. Expandable system to meet future development and demand growth 5. Cost effective and competitive
  26. 26. Station’s Panoramic View Solar Panel Quarters Powerhouse 26 Project Description i) System Configuration PV Array 850 kWp Inverter 850kVA Battery 4500kWh Diesel Gen Set 2 x 450kW & 2 x 350kW ii) Project Information Project : Ministry of Rural and Owner Regional Development Turnkey : TNB Energy Services Sdn Bhd Contractor Start Date: : October 2010 Finish Date : November 2012 OUR RE PROJECTS SUCCESS STORY – SOLAR HYBRID & GRID CONNECT SYSTEMRE MICRO GRID FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM AT RPS KEMAR, GRIK PERAK
  27. 27. SOLAR HYBRID STATION AT KG. PAK KALEH, P. PEMANGGIL 2004 – RE MICRO GRID FOR REMOTE ISLANDS IN SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA
  28. 28. 2004 – RE MICRO GRID FOR REMOTE ISLANDS IN SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM AT KG. TELUK BERHALA, P. AUR
  29. 29. 2008 – MICRO GRID FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATION IN SABAH Solar Array SOLAR HYBRID STATION AT KG SINULIHAN, KIULU
  30. 30. 2012 – SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM FOR REMOTE SCHOOLS IN SEMENANJUNG MALAYSIA ASEAN ENERGY AWARD- 2nd /1st RUNNER-UP 2012 / 2014
  31. 31. Date Commissioned: Dec. 2008 System Configuration PV Array 200 kW Inverter 100 kVA Battery 720 kWh Diesel Generator 2 x 200 kW, 1 x 250 kW ASEAN ENERGY AWARD- 1st RUNNER-UP 2010 2008 – SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEM AT PULAU BANGGI, KUDAT SABAH
  32. 32. 2007 - PULAU PERHENTIAN (WIND & SOLAR) Components 1. Solar PV Array 100 KW 2. Wind Turbine 2 x 100 KW 3. Inverter (Solar PV) 125 KW 4. Inverter (Battery) 90 KW 5. Diesel Genset 2 x 200 KW ; 1 x 120 KW 6. Battery storage 480 KWh
  33. 33. 33 CONTENT BACKGROUND - MALAYSIA’S RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT: THE JOURNEY AFTER INDEPENDENCE MALAYSIA’S PERSPECTIVE - NATIONAL POLICY ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT TNB’S PERSPECTIVE -RENEWABLE MICRO GRID EXPERIENCE BENEFITS AND CONCLUSION
  34. 34. • Benefits to Country and State Stimulating private entrepreneurship and investment to accelerate economic growth. Technology transfer to local manufacturers on design and manufacture of plant components, especially to local Bumiputera. Create some permanent jobs. Create some 20-50 temporary jobs during peak of construction for 18 months. Substantial capital investments in the state. This will invariably promote economic activities and social benefits in the state through the multiplier effect. 34 BENEFITS
  35. 35. • Benefits to Utilities/TNB  It will assist Utilities/TNB in their continued efforts to reliably and economically supply long-term power to RURAL COMMUNITIES  Reduce dependency on fossil fuel. 35 BENEFITS
  36. 36. • Benefits to Rural Communities 36 BENEFITS • better agricultural productivity and marketing • increased rural non-farm employment To facilitate economic development • to rural areas up to the extent of municipal service delivery To provide basic socio- economic needs • by improving living conditions; To uplift the quality of life of the rural communities • open up market opportunities; To lessen the gap between the urban and rural areas • for the socio economic benefits of rural communities. To give better access to basic physical and social services
  37. 37. A BRIEF VIDEO
  38. 38. THANK YOU
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