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The overall rise of cost signals the wind of change for the power plant industry. This is due to a myriad of factors such as the increasing price of equipments, maintenance fees and fewer subsidies from the government. Furthermore, it is important to promote the development of human capital as they are the driving force that maintains the plant’s operability and reliability. Therefore, power plant operators should take heed of this sign and prepare themselves for any obstacles that may pose a challenge to their day to day operation and maintenance works. Not only that, they also need to look to the future and anticipate the arrival of green technology and whether to invest on renewable sources of energy.

The “2nd Annual Power Plant Operations and Maintenance” will highlight the key challenges of the power industry to enable uninterrupted productivity. In addition, through profound case studies, this conference will demonstrate on how to maximize its earning potential without sacrificing important aspects of running a power plant such as maintenance and proper workforce training.

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Maintaining the plants and its equipments to maximize their life span, thus minimizing unnecessary repair or replacement work
Unlocking staffs hidden potential to maximize production output
Developed proper maintenance schedule to reduce frequency of breakdown
Making the most out of shutdown time – Ensuring all work is done within the period
Maximizing output of plant by embracing proper utilization of both plant equipment and its’ workers
Revamping and rejuvenation of existing power plant
Improving on contract tendering procedures for equipments and services for prompt project implementation
Prioritizing routine non-outage maintenance work to minimize any negative impact to the plant’s output
Conducting proper training for workers in order for them to operate plants efficiently
Properly assessing potential risks that may hinder the operation of a power plant

Opening Address By

Y.B. Dato' Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui
Honourable Minister
Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Malaysia

Confirmed Speakers

Ir. Dr. Tuan Ab Rashid bin Tuan Abdullah
Deputy Dean/Head (Centre for Smart Grid Technology)

Dr. Bernhard Fruth
Maser & Quartzelec Services Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

Dr. Tan Ching Sin
Head of Energy Security
Institute of Energy Policy & Research

Ir.Luk Chau Beng
Senior Manager of Maintenance & Engineering Generating Facility
Kapar Energy Ventures, Malaysia

A.C Chaturvedi
Executive Director Power Management Institute, Chief Knowledge Officer
NTPC Ltd, India

Ahmad Faiz bin Mohd Salleh
Station Superintendent
Jimah O & M Sdn. Bhd.

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