• No onsite registration will be available
• All attendees must have registered and paid for the tour before Friday 8th August 2014
• All attendees will have to provide the required additional information requested (a form will be sent to you upon following registration)
by Friday 15th August 2014 or will not be granted access to the plant
• No pictures allowed to be taken
• Attendees are required to wear sensible clothing and no open shoes
Owner/Operator: Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Date: Tuesday 9th September
Meeting Point: ASEAN Power Week Registration Area, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC)
Meeting Time: 8: 30 am
Duration: All day
Tuanku Ja’afar Power Station, which was frst built in 1969 had undergone few rehabilitation and upgrading exercise of its plant to keep track with
the nation’s increasing load demand. The current and latest rehabilitation project which was fully completed in December 2008, consist of a two-phase US$1.2 billion project comprising of two blocks of 750MW Combined Cycle Power Plant. The gas fred power plants utilise state-of-the-art
technologies providing a combination of high effciency and environmentally friendly operations. The plant was built by established OEM in the
power industry namely MHI, GE and Toshiba employing industrial best practices in power generation.
The Tuanku Ja’afar Power Station contributed almost 25% of TNB’s total generating capacity in 2009, but accounts for only 12% of the company’s
installed capacity. This makes the Tuanku Ja’afar Power Station the most effcient and proftable business unit in TNB.
As of FY2013/14 from Sept 2013 to March 2014, TJPS contributed 7 of all generating capacity in Peninsular Malaysia. It is about 16 of the
company’s total installed capacity
The PD1 plant which started COD in June 2005 is comprised of two 250MW units of highly effcient MHI 701F3 Gas Turbines equipped with
environmentally friendly Dry Low NOx burners, which contribute greatly to the reduction of gas emission levels. Its combined cycle plant is made up
of two units of triple pressure Heat Recovery Steam Generators and one unit of 250MW Double Flow Tandem Compound Steam Turbine. Its 55.9%
thermal effciency means the plant burns nearly half as much fuel for the same output of electricity, whilst producing half the emissions.
The PD2 plant which started COD in January 2009 is comprised of two gas turbines, two Heat Recovery Steam Generators and one steam turbine
in a 2+ 2+ 1 confguration, designed with an ISO gross output rating of 750MW. The plant is designed with a guaranteed effciency of above 55.4%
and emissions level well within the DOE requirement standard of NOx emissions below 25ppm.
Both plant control system and parameters are fully automated and fnely tuned that it can be started and reach full load with minimum operator’s
intervention. The Auto Plant System mode enables one button start to full base load automatically, the Plant Optimisation System continuously
monitors the plant performance in real-time and the Condition Monitoring System monitors the health status of all power train and critical auxiliaries.
Tuanku Ja’afar Power Station provides much of the needed energy capacity to strengthen the Southern Region and Klang Valley power supply
systems. In Port Dickson the power station serves as the industry backbone, ensuring high quality electricity supply to the refneries, hotels and
the tourism industries.
Tuanku Ja’afar Power Station is an award winning showcase power plant for TNB, designed towards achieving operational excellence and best
practices in quality, safety, health and environmental standards.
To book your tour place visit www.aseanpowerweek.com or complete and return the Registration Form at the back of this programme.