Power Generation

We have established numerous joint Investments with international partners to provide energy solutions and deployment across Myanmar.  With the expertise and knowledge gained from our experience in the power industry, as well as our years of partnerships with reputable global companies, we are proud of our capacity to build, operate and support a wide range of power generation projects across Myanmar. 

  • Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Power Plant
  • Liquid Natural Gas to Power 
  • Renewable Energy Power Plants including  Solar, Wind, Hydroelectric, Geothermal, Ocean, Hydrogen, and Biomass 

Over the decades, we have built up a vast reliable network of affiliated companies which allows us to build, furnish complete systems and/or provide parts and equipment for power systems and turbines. We can provide a full range of systems from top renowned Austrian and German systems down to budget systems including individual parts and required equipment. 

Latest Landmark Projects

The Mee Lin Gyaing Integrated Liquefied Natural Gas to Power Project in the Ayeyarwady Region will be the first and largest of the 500-KV transmission lines in Myanmar developed as a private investment then transferred to the government. It will generate 1,390 MW of power, provide significant advance to Myanmar’s engineering sector, develop the country’s infrastructure and economically uplift the community. 

The project involves the construction and operation of: 

  • 1390MW combined cycle power plant,
  • Independent port with water breaker for LNG receiving facility,
  • On land-based Regasification Plant, and
  • 500kV and 230kv transmission lines to Yangon and Ayeyarwady regions.

The Kyauk Phyu 135 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant (CCPP) in Rakhine State, will provide a reliable power supply nationwide, especially to those living in remote areas that are currently without electricity. The project will increase employment opportunities, and boost the Kyauk Phyu Special Economic Zone development.

In line with the economic development goal of Myanmar, the CCPP Project aims to:

  • optimize the electric power supply infrastructure;
  • guarantee the diversity of the power supply in Kyauk Phyu District;
  • improve the energy infrastructure of Myanmar, particularly the power supply reliability of Kyauk Phyu regional electric grid; and
  • improve the reliability, safety and environmental friendliness of power supply in the region.