Malaysia’s Samaiden Group Berhad Clinches 43.32 MWac Solar Power Capacity In Energy Commission’s Green Power Programme

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Samaiden Group Berhad, a leading player in renewable energy (RE) solutions, celebrates a significant triumph with its subsidiary, Samaiden Sdn. Bhd., emerging victorious in the latest Corporate Green Power Programme (CGPP) by the Energy Commission (EC).


Samaiden Sdn. Bhd. secured an individual export capacity of 13.42 megawatts (MWac) and, in collaboration with Premier Supreme Sdn. Bhd., clinched an additional 29.90 MWac, showcasing the company’s commitment and prowess in the solar power sector. This recognition solidifies Samaiden’s strategic standing, boasting an impressive total capacity of 43.32 MWac.


In a rigorous selection process, the EC identified Samaiden among the top 10 successful candidates from a competitive pool of 46 applicants. The second batch of awardees, including Samaiden, will collectively share a substantial export capacity of 236.58 MWac, underscoring the company’s competitiveness and vital role in contributing to Malaysia’s RE targets.


Expressing her enthusiasm, Ir. Chow Pui Hee, Group Managing Director of Samaiden, remarked, “We are honoured to be recognised by the EC and to take part in this transformative green initiative. This selection is a testament to our team’s unwavering dedication and technical excellence in the field of RE. We are excited to channel our expertise into this project and set a precedent for sustainable practices in the industry.”

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As the CGPP progresses, Samaiden is gearing up to commence operations, aligning with the targeted commercial operation date set for 2025. This project not only signifies a crucial step in realizing Samaiden’s vision for a sustainable future, as outlined in their five-year strategic roadmap but also mirrors Malaysia’s escalating commitment to combat climate change and amplify the utilization of green energy.

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