MAHB expects to shave RM2. 1m off its energy bill

SEPANG: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is expected to save some RM2. one million annually from its energy costs following the recent installation of solar power program at the in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Chief operating officer Datuk Abd Hamid Mohd Ali said the system was set up at the airport’s ground-mount, parking cover and rooftop systems to maximise the particular investments and electricity savings.

He added that a lot more local airports, under MAHB’s management, will be installed with the solar power program.

“Our focus would be to install this system in the short take-off and landing ports, particularly in Sabah and Sarawak, ” this individual said, adding that it would also be installed in the soon-to-be-completed Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2).

He was speaking after the launching of the solar power projects at KLIA. Also present was Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry mouthpiece secretary-general Datuk Badaruddin Mahyudin.

MAHB signed a 21-year contractual agreement with SunEdison Incorporation, a leading solar technology manufacturer and company of solar energy services, for the installing of the solar power system.

The RM200 million 19MW immediate current system is designed to generate a lot more than 26, 000 megawatt hours of energy per year and will cut emission of carbon dioxide by 18 million kg annually.

SunEdison leader Pashupathy Gopalan said the company’s operation centre, SunEdison Renewable Operation Centre, will provide 24-hour management and supervising services for the project.

He said it is to ensure the particular asset continues to perform as expected in the years to come.


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SEPANG: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is expected to save some RM2. one million annually from its energy costs following the recent installation of solar power program at the in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

Chief operating officer Datuk Abd Hamid Mohd Ali said the system was set up at the airport’s ground-mount, parking cover and rooftop systems to maximise the particular investments and electricity savings.

He added that a lot more local airports, under MAHB’s management, will be installed with the solar power program.

“Our focus would be to install this system in the short take-off and landing ports, particularly in Sabah and Sarawak, ” this individual said, adding that it would also be installed in the soon-to-be-completed Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2).

He was speaking after the launching of the solar power projects at KLIA. Also present was Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry mouthpiece secretary-general Datuk Badaruddin Mahyudin.

MAHB signed a 21-year contractual agreement with SunEdison Incorporation, a leading solar technology manufacturer and company of solar energy services, for the installing of the solar power system.

The RM200 million 19MW immediate current system is designed to generate a lot more than 26, 000 megawatt hours of energy per year and will cut emission of carbon dioxide by 18 million kg annually.

SunEdison leader Pashupathy Gopalan said the company’s operation centre, SunEdison Renewable Operation Centre, will provide 24-hour management and supervising services for the project.

He said it is to ensure the particular asset continues to perform as expected in the years to come.

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