MK Land plans more solar farms

KERIAN: Property developer MK Land Holdings Bhd plans to have more solar farms in northern Peninsular Malaysia, especially Kedah, following the success of its first renewable energy project, the 10.95 megawatt large-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Kerian, Perak.

MK Land’s indirect unit Solar Citra Sdn Bhd (SCSB) director Kamarulzaman Abu Bakar said the pilot project has started supplying solar power to Tenaga Nasional Bhd since June and projects a revenue of almost RM400,000 a month.

“Based on the success in Lembah Beriah, SCSB was selected on Aug 8 by the Energy Commission to be a solar energy producer under the Corporate Green Power Programme in Kulim.” — Bernama

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