Kawasaki Receives Consecutive Orders from Sime Darby Energy Solutions for Gas Turbine Cogeneration Systems

Tokyo, March 11, 2024 — Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. announced today its receipt, via Kawasaki Gas Turbine Asia Sdn. Bhd. (KGA),* of two consecutive orders for gas turbine cogeneration systems from Malaysian company Sime Darby Energy Solutions Sdn. Bhd. The systems will be used by Intercontinental Specialty Fats Sdn. Bhd. (ISF).


5 MW class GPB50D system (left)


8 MW class GPB80D system (right)

ISF is an overseas subsidiary of Japan’s The Nisshin OilliO Group, Ltd. and carries out production and sales of palm oil products. Through this latest order, ISF plans to install new, high-efficiency gas turbine cogeneration systems at the Dengkil and Port Klang Factories in the State of Selangor in central Malaysia. By utilizing these systems to supply electric power and steam generated in-house to production lines, ISF intends to lower energy costs and CO2 emissions. Kawasaki will deliver a 5 MW class GPB50D system for the Dengkil Factory and an 8 MW class GPB80D system for the Port Klang Factory.

Kawasaki has provided customers in Malaysia with more than 20 gas turbine cogeneration systems thus far and earned high praise for these products in that market. The company earned this latest order due to its systems’ achievement of the highest overall efficiencies in their class worldwide, as well as high praise for the trustworthiness of the company’s products delivered over the years and excellent after- sales services.

Kawasaki’s strengths as a company include its full lineup of gas engines and gas turbines with high electrical efficiency, and other products optimized for distributed energy supply, as well as its ability to offer optimized energy supply systems via combined-cycle power plants that effectively bring together these various products. Moving forward, the company will continue its active pursuit of product and technology improvements as well as strengthening of plant engineering capabilities in order to further expand its energy-related business on a global scale. Furthermore, it will continue to pursue reliable energy supplies, environmental load reductions, and the realization of low- and zero-carbon societies, while striving to precisely address a diverse array of market needs.

* KGA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kawasaki that sells gas turbines, gas engines and other energy- related equipment and systems throughout Asia, and also provides related services.

  • SDES is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sime Darby Industrial Sdn Bhd, an established engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contractor primarily for Congeneration (Cogen) plants.