7/5/2010

Off-Grid PV Systems
ƒ PV applications in Malaysia
started in early 1980s
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Growth of Solar Power Technologies
in Malaysia

Rural electrification
Communication
Oil & gas
Consumer products

ƒ 9th Malaysia Plan (20062010): solar hybrid systems
at remote schools, rural
areas, islands

Ir. Ahmad Hadri Haris
Chief Technical Advisor, MBIPV Project
Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water Malaysia

ƒ Off-grid solar PV capacity (as
at end 2009): estimated
10 MWp

Asia Solar Energy Forum, Manila
5th – 6th July 2010

2

MBIPV Project (2005 - 2010)
Objective: To reduce GHG emission by reducing long-term cost of
BIPV technology via development of a sustainable BIPV market

Grid-Connected PV Systems
450 

459
400 

464

468

500 

450 

409

400 

350 

350 
300 
300 
250 
250 

Component 1:
BIPV information
services,
awareness and
capacity building
programme

Component 2:
BIPV market
enhancement &
infrastructure
development
programme

Component 3:
BIPV policies and
financing
mechanisms
programme

Component 4:
BIPV industry
development and
technology
localisation
programme

200 
200 
150 
150 
100 

100 

50 

11

17

23

50 

Targets:
330% increased of BIPV capacity against baseline
20% reduction of BIPV unit cost from baseline
BIPV Programme in 10th Malaysia Plan (10MP)

Annual kW

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

Post MBIPV Project: Sustainable & widespread BIPV applications, National
BIPV programme with 30% annual BIPV growth and further cost reduction

Cumulative kW
3

Competency Training for
Designer & Installer

4

Quality Initiatives & Testing Centres
MBIPV
Project

ƒ ISPQ accredited training
ƒ 10 days: theory, practical, exam

5

6

1

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Approved PV Service Providers

Performance Monitoring

http://pvmc.uitm.
edu.my

7

Awareness & Media Relations

8

Energy Commission HQ (71.5 kWp)

9

Green Tech Malaysia (92 kWp)

10

Putra Perdana HQ (11.88 kWp)

11

12

2

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School: SMK Sri Aman (4.4 kWp)

Monash University (7.8 kWp)

13

Kajang (10 kWp)

14

Shah Alam (4.8 kWp)

15

Bukit Damansanara (4.2 kWp)

16

Bangsar (5.5 kWp)

17

18

3

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Kota Damansara (3.15 kWp)

Setia Eco Park

19

20

MBIPV: Grid-Connected PV Systems

Cost Reduction by 50% (2006 – 2010)

3,000 

700 

Unit Cost of Grid Connected PV System in Malaysia

MBIPV Project

10,000
2,500 

500 

1,884

2,000 

400 
1 500
1,500 

1,278
300 

1,000 

784

200 

409

459

464

468

468

486
500 

100 

ed PV System [US$/kWp]
Unit Cost Grid Connecte

2,530

600 

9,238

9,000

9,238

17

9,053

8,869

8,684
8,407

8,597

8,130

8,000

7,924

7,760

7,905

7,756

7,505

7,391

7,468

(Target)

7,000

6,972

6,000
5,624

5,000

Target
Actual
Lowest US$/kWp

4,000

11

9,146

8,998

(Baseline)

23

Mar
Jun10
10

Dec 09

Jun 09

Dec 08

Jun 08

Dec 07

June 07

Jun 06

Dec 06

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

Cumulative kW

3,000
Dec 05

Annual kW

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

Month-Year

21

Industry Development (FDIs)

22

Post-MBIPV: Grid-Connected PV
2 GW
SPPs

Post- MBIPV: Feed-in Tariff
+ Solar Power Plants
(NKEA)
35,000 

250,000 

MBIPV Project

Sun Bear Solar (PV Glass 2012)
First Solar (Up to 1,337 MW: 2008-2011)

20,530

9,530

2,530

1,884

784

486

468

468

464

459

409

23

48,530

84,530

200 200,000 
MW

150,000 

100,000 

50,000 

23

Annual kW

Cumulative kW

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

EQ Solar (50 – 200 MW: 2010-2012)

1999

STX Energy

17

11

5,000 

1,278

MEMC (2011)

2008

Sunpower (1,000 MW: 2011)

10,000 

33,530

15,000 

Q-Cells (600 MW: 2009)

65,530

20,000 

105,530

Tokuyama (3
(3,000
000 tonnes: 2012)

129,,530

25,000 

157,530

30,000 

1998

1998

24

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Financing FiT Sustainably
Annual RE Fund vs Annual FiT Cost
Final RE Fund
Collection
(2030)

1,400 

Annual RE Fund
Annual FIT Cost

Thank You

1,200 

RE Fund
start
RE Fund
increment

800
800 

MBIPV Project
2048

Last REPPA (FiT) (21 years)

600 

TOI-U07 & U08, 1st Floor,
No. 5, Jalan P16, Precinct 16,
62150 Putrajaya, Malaysia

400 

E: infopv@mbipv.net.my

First REPPA (FiT) (21 years)

200 

www.mbipv.net.my
2050

2049

2048

2047

2046

2045

2044

2043

2042

2041

2040

2039

2038

2037

2036

2035

2034

2033

2032

2031

2030

2029

2028

2027

2026

2025

2024

2023

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012


2011

RM‐milliion

1,000 

Minimising impact to
electricity consumers

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