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Renewable Energy

 

GTP in line with Malaysia’s vision towards renewable energy development which effectively diffuse RE technology and provision a new growth industry in Malaysia.

SOLAR ENERGY
10,000,000W
BIOMASS-FIRED POWER PLANT
30,000,000W
BIOGAS PLANT
5,000,000W
ALKALI RECOVERY PLANT
5,000,000W
WIND ENERGY
SMALL SCALE
HYDROPOWER
SMALL SCALE
SOLAR ENERGY
10,000,000W
BIOMASS-FIRED POWER PLANT
30,000,000W
BIOGAS PLANT
5,000,000W
ALKALI RECOVERY PLANT
5,000,000W
WIND ENERGY
SMALL SCALE
HYDROPOWER
SMALL SCALE

The shift in Malaysia’s renewable energy policy to include renewable energy (RE) sources as the fifth fuel in its Eighth Malaysian Plan (2001-2005) is being motivated in part from concern by the Malaysian Government about the pollution that is caused by the generation of electricity from the burning of fossil fuels.

Bio-Integrated Zero Waste Plant at GTP

Renewable energy generation methods will be combined to provide clean and green energy to the GTP. Waste to Energy (WtE) which are biomass-fired power plant and biogas will also be implemented into GTP. The resulting electricity generated from every source below will be used to run the factories within the GTP (Red Line) , and supplement any other energy requirements within the park.

1
Solar energy
(10,000,000 W)
5
Wind turbine
(Small scale)
2
(Brown Line) Energy pellets will be produced by utilising solid waste from the pulp & paper production process. Biomass-fired power plant will produce clean energy in the form of electricity by burning GTP solid waste . (30,000,000 W)
6
Hydropower will be generated in a small scale by captures the "impulse" of flowing water and converts it to electricity. Wastewater generated (Grey Line) from the GTP's manufacturing processes will channel into the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and after being processed will then be channel into the wetland areas of the park (Blue Line). There are two wetland areas in the Green Technology Park (GTP) which are interconnected via small streams, and lead to a recreational lake.
3
Biogas plant will utilise wet waste such as Palm Oil Mill Effluents (POME) and sludge from WWTP, which will then be converted into energy through anaerobic digestion. (5,000,000 W)
4
Chemicals used in the pulping process can be recycled (Purple Line) in the Alkali Recovery Treatment Plant. This facility will also be able to recover a small amount of renewable energy (5,000,000 W).
For more information about this process.
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1
Solar energy
(10,000,000 W)
2
(Brown Line) Energy pellets will be produced by utilising solid waste from the pulp & paper production process. Biomass-fired power plant will produce clean energy in the form of electricity by burning GTP solid waste . (30,000,000 W)
3
Biogas plant will utilise wet waste such as Palm Oil Mill Effluents (POME) and sludge from WWTP, which will then be converted into energy through anaerobic digestion. (5,000,000 W)
4
Chemicals used in the pulping process can be recycled (Purple Line) in the Alkali Recovery Treatment Plant. This facility will also be able to recover a small amount of renewable energy (5,000,000 W).
5
Wind turbine
(Small scale)
6
Hydropower will be generated in a small scale by captures the "impulse" of flowing water and converts it to electricity. Wastewater generated (Grey Line) from the GTP's manufacturing processes will channelled into the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and after being processed will then be channelled into the wetland areas of the park (Blue Line). There are two wetland areas in the Green Technology Park (GTP) which are interconnected via small streams, and lead to a recreational lake.
For more information about this process.
Talk to us