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RM6bil Manjung 4 power plant to be switched on this Sunday

PETALING JAYA: Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) 1,000 MW ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant dubbed Manjung 4 will be powered up this Sunday. According to sources, TNB is currently conducting test runs. The estimated RM6bil power plant will be switched on following a delay of 12 days. The targeted commercial operation date (COD) for Manjung 4 was on March 31.


Opening of malls in Manjung creates healthy competition

THE Manjung district, already with two hypermarkets, four major supermarkets and the recent opening of the new AEON Seri Manjung shopping centre, is fast catching up with Ipoh city in terms of retail outlets.


Skyscrapers to alter Seri Manjung skyline over next few years

THE Seri Manjung skyline is set to change with more high-rise buildings expected be built over the next few years.


Manjung councillors tour area to work on residents’ problems

THE Manjung District Council and Municipal Council held a working visit to Sitiawan Garden, Sitiawan, to address issues in the area.


Seri Manjung students not jumping for joy despite no classes

LUMUT: Getting a day off from school is usually a cause for celebration for many students but not for those staying in Seri Manjung.


Manjung to house college for fishermen

LUMUT: The second institution of learning for fishermen will be built at Kampung Acheh in Manjung here.


South-East Asia's most efficient power plant Manjung starts ops

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd’s (TNB) latest ultra-supercritical coal-fired power plant in Manjung, Perak has begun its commercial operations, transmitting an additional 1,000MW into the national grid.


Haze: Schools close in Manjung district as air quality turns hazardous

IPOH: Schools in the Manjung district in Perak have closed due to the worsening air quality.


All schools in Manjung closed today due to unhealthy API readings

IPOH: All 102 schools in Manjung were closed Wednesday following unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings on Tuesday.


Manjung 4: Inside Southeast Asia’s first ultra supercritical power plant

Ultra-Super- Critical. Yes, it is quite a mouthful. If it sounds impressive, it’s because it is.