Its 150 m-high rockfill dam impounds the Kenyir Lake, with a storage capacity of 13 600 x106 m3. The plant has been temporarily shut down since late February following heavy rain, which resulted in a landslide causing the collapse of a 132 kV transmission tower, which supplies electricity to the national grid. Remedial measures are underway to restore its operations including maintenance of power generating assets, as well as an assessment of the impact of the incident on the dam structure. TNB is also working with the Public Works Department to monitor the slope condition, including five landslide locations near the site.
Tenderers are invited from suppliers and/or contractors registered with the Ministry of Finance (MOF), Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK), Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) and TNB. This is an electronic tender under the implementation of Supply Chain Management System (SCMS). Tender documents can only be acquired online. For guidelines on tender participation, visit the SRM website at https://www.tnb.com.my/doing-business-with-tnb/suppliers/supplier-relationship-management. The tender is only open for participation to suppliers that have registered as Supplier Self-Service (SUS Supplier). All relevant certificates must be updated in the SUS Portal to enable participation. Bid documents are available upon online payment of a non-refundable fee of RM 10,000. For information on online payments visit: https://www.tnb.com.my/assets/files/PANDUAN_PENGGUNA_(SUPPLIER)_PEMBAYARAN_PEMBEKAL(FPX).pdf. An optional tender briefing and site visit is to be held on 16 May.
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