30 bidders shortlisted for large-scale solar jobs


Among the listed companies that won the bids are Tenaga Nasional Bhd (via TNB Renewables Sdn Bhd at 50MW), Ranhill Utilities Bhd (50MW), Tan Chong Motor Holdings Bhd (via Tan Chong Motor Assemblies Sdn Bhd, APM Shock Absorbers Sdn Bhd and TCIM Sdn Bhd at 20MW)

PETALING JAYA: The Energy Commission of Malaysia (EC) has shortlisted 30 bidders, including several listed companies, to develop new large scale solar power projects across the country.

The projects are part of the large scale solar photovoltaic (LSSPV) plants in Peninsular Malaysia for commercial operation in 2022 and 2023.

In a statement yesterday, the EC said the shortlisted companies comprised 20 companies covering 323.06 megawatts (MW) under Package P1, between 10MW and below 30MW; and 10 companies across 500MW under Package P2 between 30MW and 50MW.

“The selection is based on bids with the most competitive prices and meeting all requests for proposal requirements, ” the EC said.

Among the listed companies that won the bids are Tenaga Nasional Bhd (via TNB Renewables Sdn Bhd at 50MW), Ranhill Utilities Bhd (50MW), Tan Chong Motor Holdings Bhd (via Tan Chong Motor Assemblies Sdn Bhd, APM Shock Absorbers Sdn Bhd and TCIM Sdn Bhd at 20MW), Advancecon Holdings Bhd (via Advancecon Solar Sdn Bhd at 26MW), Gopeng Bhd (50MW), Uzma Bhd (via Uzma Environergy Sdn Bhd at 50MW) and JAKS Resources Bhd (via JAKS Solar Power Sdn Bhd at 50MW).

The full list of winners is available on the EC’s website.

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