It announced on Tuesday the plants will be connected to the grid and sell their energy to Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) or the Sabah Electricity Board (SESB) under a solar power purchase agreement.
“The LSS capacity to be tendered will be from one to 30 megawatt (MWac) with a target aggregate capacity of 360MWac in Peninsular Malaysia and 100MWac in Sabah/Labuan, which is expected to be commissioned by in 2019 to 2020,” it said.
The EC will also announce the injection points for the connections to the grid.
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