Friday, May 20, 2011

List of Hydro Power Plant in Malaysia


Peninsular Malaysia

Tenaga Nasional Berhad operates three hydroelectric schemes in the peninsular with an installed generating capacity of 1,911 megawatts (MW). They are the Sungai Perak, Terengganu and Cameron Highlands hydroelectric schemes with 21 dams in operation. A number of Independent Power Producers also own and operate several small hydro plants.

Sungai Perak hydroelectric scheme, with 1249 MW installed capacity:

* Sultan Azlan Shah Bersia Power Station 72 MW
* Chenderoh Power Station 40.5 MW
* Sultan Azlan Shah Kenering Power Station 120 MW
* Sungai Piah Upper Power Station 14.6 MW
* Sungai Piah Lower Power Station 54 MW
* Temenggor Power Station 348 MW
* Sultan Ismail Petra Power Station 600 MW

Terengganu hydroelectric scheme, with 400 MW installed capacity:

* Sultan Mahmud Power Station 400 MW

Cameron Highlands hydroelectric scheme, with 262 MW installed capacity:

* Sultan Yusof Jor Power Station 100 MW
* Sultan idris Woh Power Station 150 MW
* Odak Power Station 4.2 MW
* Habu Power Station 5.5 MW
* Kampong Raja Power Station 0.8 MW
* Kampong Terla Power Station 0.5 MW
* Robinson Falls Power Station 0.9 MW

Independent hydroelectric schemes

* Sg Kenerong Small Hydro Power Station in Kelantan at Sungai Kenerong, 20 MW owned by Musteq Hydro Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Eden Inc Berhad

Sabah and Sarawak

* Bakun Dam 2400 MW (Under construction)
* Batang Ai Dam at Lubok Antu, Sarawak 25 MW
* Murum Dam in Sarawak 944 MW (proposed)
* Tenom Pangi Dam at Tenom, Sabah 66 MW
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