Wah Seong inks power deal with Cambodia

09 Dec 2014 / 05:38 H.

    PETALING JAYA: Wah Seong Corp Bhd's indirect subsidiary P.M.T.I Energy (Cambodia) Co. Ltd. has entered into a power purchase agreement with Cambodia's Baitang (Kampuchea) Plc to sell up to 3.5 megawatt (MW) per hour of any and all electric energy generated and available for sale.
    The agreement between Baitang and PMTIEC is for a period of 20 years and may be renewed.
    PMTIEC was earlier granted approval by the Ministry of Mines and Energy to invest in the construction of 10 MW power per hour rice husk power plant to generate and supply electricity to the partner rice milling industry.
    PMTIEC therefore will be venturing into Biomass Power Plant project by exploiting Cambodia's abundance supply of rice husk waste as a reliable source of renewable energy for electricity power generation.


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