Powering up for the future


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  • Monday, 01 May 2017

Keeping it clean: TNB Janamanjung is the peninsula’s largest independent power producer. (Inset) Shamsul says the use of environmentally friendly technology enables Manjung 4 to generate more power while complying with emission standards.

MANJUNG: Situated on a man-made island here, Manjung 4 is South-East Asia’s most efficient power plant to date.

Employing the latest gold stan­dard for efficient coal-fired power stations such as the use of ultra-supercritical (USC) technology, the plant generates 1,000 megawatts of electricity at the site of the Sultan Azlan Shah Power Station.

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