Malaysia’s Largest Solar Power Plant Goes Online

Malaysia solar power project

 Amcorp Power has commissioned the country’s largest solar facility, a 10.3 MW PV plant in southwestern Malaysia. 

Yingli Singapore signed an agreement with Amcorp Power in 2013m to supply Yingli Solar modules for the 10.3 MW PV power plant, located in Gemas, Negri Sembilan, Malaysia.   The project was commissioned in the beginning of June and spans an area of approximately 34 acres.  It utilizes over 40,000 YGE Series multicrystalline modules that are estimated to generate approximately 13.6 million kWh of clean electricity per annum. The opening ceremony of the project was officiated by Tuanku Muhriz Tuanku Munawir, DYMM Yang Dipertuan Besar Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus.

“We are pleased to have selected Yingli Green Energy as our module supplier for Malaysia’s largest solar power plant. As the world’s largest solar module manufacturer, Yingli provided us with the high-quality solar modules and after-sales support that we required for the project,” said Encik Shahman Azman, Director of Amcorp Group Berhad.

“We’re delighted to see that our products and services have fulfilled the requirements of Amcorp, an important partner of Yingli’s,” said Angie Koh, Business Development Direct of Yingli Singapore. “We are proud of our contributions to their pioneering project, and believe that through further cooperation with leading players such as Amcorp Power, we will continue to grow our footprint in promising Southeast Asia.”

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