Myanmar Moee

Burma Moee

The MOEE lowers the price of electricity meter boxes for residents. EPGE Managing Director, MOEE, U Khin Maung Win, will give a welcoming speech. Many villages in Myanmar still have no access to electricity. As far as energy consumption is concerned, Myanmar is making great efforts to use energy. Burma is the second largest nation in Southeast Asia.


Myanmar's power usage is growing by at least 15 percent annually, and it is projected that Myanmar will use about 4,531 MW of power in the period 2020-2021. At present, the overall power generation amounts to 3,189 MW per year, of which 1,342 MW are still required. F: Can you tell us the max. power usage in Myanmar?

Nuclear energy is currently 3,189 MW from 17 hydroelectric plants and 15 thermoelectric plants. F: Can you explain the annual energy use and what is being done about it? Ageing A: Energy usage is rising by 15 per cent annually.

We therefore expect consumption of 4,531 MW in 2020-2021. We can currently generate up to 3,189 MW, the energy requirement is 1,342 MW. For this reason, 439 MW will be produced from three hydropower stations in 2018, 750 MW from four hydropower stations in 2019, 260 MW from three hydropower stations in 2020, 971 MW from five hydropower stations in 2021 and 891 MW from five hydropower stations in 2022.

They can generate 15 percent from hydropower, 18 percent from heavy fuel oil (HFO), 30 percent from liquefied natural gas (LNG) and 5 percent from series. F: How is current supply of electricity?

We are currently producing 63230 kilovolts (KV) transfer cables (2,846.25 miles), 38 5520 MVA transfer cables, 42 132 kilovolts (1,362.5 miles), 24 1724. and 2954040, 5 MVA communication cables, 66 6488 Kb communication cables (6488. 7 miles). up to 5 MVA transfer cables. And we will take the necessary precautions to increase the generation of electric energy that the electrical grid can carry throughout the state.

F: Can you describe the actual acces to electric energy and energy usage in Germany? Myanmar's overall energy use is 10. 4,289 million (38.4 percent) can have electric energy available and the 6,588 million still need it. Approximately 350 cities can obtain energy from 482 cities, the other 132 cities need it.

Of the 63,737 towns, 32,228 towns have power and the other 31,509 still need power. F: What about power use in Yangon and Mandalay? Three million homes can have power and the other 0.28 million still need it.

Of the 2,126 towns, around 1,304 towns have power and the other 822 towns still need it. The Yangon region has 9 230 Kb transmit cables, 34 66 kb transmit cables, 750 33 Kb transmit cables, 9,083 11 Kb transmit cables and 3,482 6. 6 Kb transmit cables.

Yangon currently consumes 1,351 MW of power, 50 per-cent of households and 16 per-cent of streetlamps. There are 32 million homes and 0. 7 million homes can get hold of power, and the other 0. 62 million are still in need of power.

Of the 4,807 Mandalay towns, 3,724 towns are eligible for power, and the other 1,083 towns still need it. We have 6230 Kb communication cables, 11 132 Kb communication cables, 21 66 Kb communication cables, 578 33 Kb communication cables, 7620 11 Kb communication cables and 52 6. 6 Kb communication cables.

At present, the energy consumed is 551 megawatt, 48 per cent for household use, 42 per sent for industrial use plus factories and 10 per sent for lantern posts. There are 163 66 Kb transmit cables, 837 33 Kb transmit cables and 19,799 11 Kb transmit cables for the distribution of electric energy.

With the exception of Yangon and Mandalay, the overall energy consumed is 1,193 megawatts and approximately 15 percent per year. Some 269 cities depend on energy and 130 cities still use it. Of 56,804 of the 56,804 villages, about 27,200 are able to take energy, and about 29,604 do not.

Domestic energy use is 63 per cent, 16 per cent are lantern posts and others. Q: Tell me cold how to turn on the electric supply in isolated areas? We supply electric energy from 32 small hydroelectric stations with 34. Eighty-seven, 174 MW and 606 diesels.

Six hundred and thirty-four gigawatts. We also use solar home sys-tems to ensure sufficient power supplies. Bio-chemical and hydroelectric power stations from neighbouring states. F: How can we develop a hydroelectric power generation scheme? Because of the 300 megawatt output, 3,000 megawatt will be needed by 2020-2021.

With regard to our Ministry of Electricity and Energy, we have submitted the necessary suggestions to the National Planning Commission 2/2017. Numerous hydroelectric power plant programs are under way in Upper Keng Tawng, Upper Yeywa, Middle Paung Laung and De Dot for 497 MW, in Thakayta, Thahtone, Myingyan, Belin GEG, Myan Aung, Ywar Ma (WB) for 794 MW,

WFO such as Yangon (NIHC) and Yangon (Karpower) for 600 MW and the Minbu Solar Power Plant for 170 MW with a total of 3,311 MW. A. In the field of manufacturing, we have discussed a supply and power purchase agreement (PPA) with the businesses that are prepared to invest in our state.

In line with our country's policy, we debated the use of transport pipelines and energy supplies and opted for four liquefied gas facilities. F: Who builds the liquefied gas fired generating units? A. TOTALLY from France and SIEMENS from Germany are investing in this segment for the production ofNG. This is a combination heat and electricity station and two 410 megawatt turbines and 410 megawatt steam turbines can be installed in addition to the 500 kV transfer line, the 280 mile Kanbauk Mawlamyine Payar Gyi pipelines and the 500 kV FSRU substation and pipelay.

We will also be investing with TTCL Public Company Limited in the construction of an 356 MW capacity liquefied natural gas facility. A further one is a jointventure with Zhefu Holding Group Co. in China and Supreme Trading Co. in Myanmar. It will be able to produce four 225 MW turbines and two 245 MW generators, and the total value of the contract is 2.507 billion euros.

In addition, we are planing to construct 135 MW turbines in Kyaukpyu, the investment will be made by Sinohydro Corporation Limited (POWER CHINA). Taungup Maei Kyaukpyu connects these stations. In addition, the One-Road-Projekt, Trilateral (India-Myanmar-Thailand) and Greater-Mekong Sub-Region, ASEAN Economic Corridor can be connected with other neighboring nations due to cross-border electricity-traffic.

F: Understand how to improve your electrical wiring and reduce the number of outages in Yangon and the Mandalay region. A: To improve electrical transmission, extra transformer were added, old electrical wiring substituted, loads re-connected to nearby transformer for loads, junctions and supply wiring evacuated. It aims to raise energy consumption to 23,603 in 206 Yangon region towns and 79,445 in 393 Mandalay region towns through government FDI, a JICA lending, a World Bank NEP plan and an ADB lending.

F: Do you describe electricity production from mini-sources and other forms of source of energy? It is Posco Daewoo exploring the feasibility of building a 5 MW photovoltaic facility on Manaung Island. Other states and territories are building up a small network and distributing it over 32 small hydropower station sites and a photovoltaic electricity scheme.

In the field of renewables, a 220 MW Minbu and a 300 MW Wundwin photovoltaic plant are under development and research is underway into geothermics, marine energies and marine energies. A further 3,000 megawatt is needed to provide our population with sufficient electricity. Four current biomass LNG-fired plant ventures can produce 3,000 megawatt.

Another 3,000 megawatt within two to three years is enough for the electricity supplies. We are working on the transport of electricity through the north, south, east and west networks. We need Smart Technology for energy in Yangon and Mandalay for the energy distributionsector. It is our aim to distribute the energy to the humans with the right amount of energy and the right rotational speed and frequencies.

Electricity is the first issue facing international and domestic investment. Today we can say that we can take full accountability for a dependable electricity source by 2020.

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