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Cleantech Solar installs rooftop PV for Malaysia’s Kotra Pharma

Asian renewable energy company, Cleantech Solar, has completed a rooftop solar PV system for Kotra Pharma Sdn Bhd in Melaka Malaysia.

GE to deliver gas-fired turbines for 1.2GW Malaysian CCGT plant

A project consortium has selected GE to supply two of its 9HA.01 gas turbines for the 1,200MW Pulau Indah power Plant in Selangor, Malaysia.

Malaysia’s TNB buys stake in Vietnamese rooftop solar projects

Sunseap Group has announced that Malaysia's Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) Renewables will be buying a 39% stake in its five solar rooftop projects in Vietnam.

Valmet to automate Malaysia’s second-largest thermal power plant

In Malaysia, Kapar Energy Ventures has selected technology firm Valmet to automate its 2,200MW thermal power plant.

Cleantech Solar delivers three new PV projects in Malaysia and Thailand

Cleantech Solar has commissioned three rooftop solar PV systems at AkzoNobel sites in Malaysia and Thailand.

TNB and Malaysia Airlines sign 2MW solar agreement

Under the Solar Supply Agreement, Malaysia Airlines Berhad is expected to save almost $3.6 million in electricity bills throughout a 21-year period.

Malaysia bets on large scale solar PV to revive economy

Malaysia's Large Scale Solar (LSS) programme has entered the fourth round of auctions and according to GlobalData is expected to restart the investment flow and post-pandemic recovery.

Tesco Malaysia powers 15 stores with solar energy

A joint venture including Tesco Stores and NE Suria Satu has signed a long-term Power Purchase Agreement for solar energy in Malaysia.

Malaysia’s TNB partners with Envision to digitise solar operations

Malaysian utility Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has announced the planned deployment of big data analytics applications for its large-scale solar facility in Sepang. Working...

Malaysia utility TNB pledges $2m to fight Covid19

Malaysian utility TNB has pledged $2.3m to the country's Ministry of Health as part of a corporate initiative to help fight the COVID-19 outbreak.