TGE – Apas Kiri Geothermal Power Plant 86 MW – Sabah - Project Profile
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The Tawau Green Energy Sdn Bhd (TGE) is undertaking the construction of the geothermal plant at Apas Kiri in Sabah, Malaysia.
The project involves the construction of a geothermal power plant and is being executed in two phases. The first phase of the project involves the construction of a 36MW power plant with 30MW to be distributed to SESB, and the second phase includes 50MW power plant.
The project includes the construction of a substation, a powerhouse, turbine bases, and the installation of steam turbines, generators, transmission line, Ormat Geothermal Combined Cycle Unit, Ormat Energy Converters, supporting tools, OEC units, and condenser with air cooler, switchgear, control system, relays, transformers and related facilities.
PT Pisga Engineering, Indonesia has been appointed to undertake Geothermal, geophysical & geochemical surveys and GreenTech Malaysia appointed as study consultant.
Aktif FA, Sabah has been appointed as a civil and structural engineer and Sistem Konsult, Sabah as a design consultant.
In April 2011, the Special Committee on Renewable Energy approved TGE's application to be categorized under the Small Renewable Energy Programme.
The approval allowed TGE to commence negotiations with SESB for the Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreement.
In June 2011, TGE signed an agreement with Asamera Sdn Bhd for the construction of the gravel access road to the power plant.
In July 2011, TGE registered the project with United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
In August 2011, TGE signed the Emissions Reduction Purchase Agreement with Certified Emission Reductions to off take all of the available CERs from the project.
In November 2011, TGE received SESB Board approval to proceed with the signing of a 21-year Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreement with Sabah Electricity Board.
The signing of the REPPA has enabled TGE to proceed with activities related to the procurement of project financing and registration under the Clean Development Mechanism.
In November 2011, TGE has entered into a 21-year Renewable Energy Power Purchase Agreement with Sabah Electricity to supply 30MW to SESB's Grid.
In November 2011, TGE signed a contract with Region Spot Sdn. Bhd for access road construction. In December 2011, UNFCCC accepted prior consideration form for the project under clean development mechanism.
In May 2012, TGE signed Facilitation Fund Agreement with, government of Malaysia and Bank Pembangunan Malaysia Berhad
In August 2012, TGE signed a 50-year Land Lease Agreement with Sabah Parks and project was submitted to UNFCCC for final registration.
In November 2012, TGE secured occupation permit from Sabah Forestry Department and received final approval and registration with UNFCCC.
POWER Engineers Inc and GeothermEx Inc. has been appointed as supply contractors to undertake resource integration, resource assessment, well design and associated works, Atlas Copco AB as a technical consultant, Jacobs SKM and Iceland Drilling Company as drilling contractors.
About 10 well pads are expected to be built for its exploration and drilling process.
Strada Energy International has been appointed to undertake the drilling of exploration, production and re- injection wells.
Drilling works commenced in February 2016 and work on two well pads were completed in August 2016.
Construction activities on the first phase are expected to complete in 2019.
The project involves the construction of a geothermal power plant at Apas Kiri, Sabah, Malaysia.
The US$327 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 36MW Geothermal Power Plant in first phase
2. Construction of a 50MW Geothermal Power Plant in second phase
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