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METRO/SOUTHERN

REGIONAL CONTROL
CENTRE
(MSRCC)
WELCOMES THE
DELEGATES
FROM

SURUHANJAYA TENAGA

OVERVIEW OF TNB POWER


SYSTEM

HV Transmission
System
(NLDC)
275kv/132kv
MV Distribution
System
(RCC)
33kV/22kV/11kV/6.6k
V

LV Distribution
System
0.415kV
(CMC) PPB

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
OPERATION
GENERAL
MANAGER
(DSO)

CHIEF
ENGINEER
(DSO)

TECHNICAL
SUPPORT

METRO
REGIONAL
CONTROL
CENTRE

SOUTHERN
REGIONAL
CONTROL
CENTRE

METRO/SOUTHERN
CONTROL CENTER
(MSRCC)
(located in Bangsar, Kuala

ADMIN
SECTION

NORTHERN
REGIONAL
CONTROL
CENTRE

EASTERN
REGIONAL
CONTROL
CENTRE

NORTHERN/EASTERN
CONTROL CENTER (NERCC)

PERL
IS

KEDA
H

Northern & Eastern


Regional Control Centre,
TNB Seberang Jaya

PULAU
PINAN
G

KELANTA
N

PERA
K

TERENGGAN
U

Metro & Southern


Regional Control
Centre, Bangsar
MRCC: 25 controllers
SRCC: 20 controllers

NRCC: 20 controllers
ERCC: 15 controllers

PAHANG
SELANGO
R
KL &
PUTRAJAY
A

NERCC
Backup
Center,
Bayan Baru

MSRCC
Backup
Center, TNB
Klang

N.SEMBILA
N
MELAKA
JOHOR

MSRCC Areas of
Control
MSRCC

Peninsular Malaysia
= 131,805 sq km

PERLI
S

Covers 6 States :
(i) Selangor 8,200 sq km
(ii) W.P. KL 244 sq km
(iii) Putrajaya 49.31 sq km

Total Max. Demand =


16,901 MW

KEDA
H

As of June 2014
PULAU
PINANG

KELANTAN
TERENGGANU

(iv) N. Sembilan 6,645 sq km

PERAK

(v) Melaka 1,658 sq km


(vi) Johor - 19,984 sq km
Total = 36,780.31 sq km (30%)

Max. Demand
(i) Selangor = 3,848 MW
(ii) W.P. KL = 2,399 MW
(iii) Putrajaya = 218 MW
(iv) N. Sembilan = 616 MW
(v) Melaka = 573 MW
(vi) Johor = 2,432 MW

PAHANG
SELANGOR
KL &
PUTRAJAYA
N.SEMBILAN

MSRCC
MELAKA

JOHOR

Total = 10,086 MW (68%)


6

NERCC Areas of Control


NERCC

Penin. Malaysia
131,805 sq. km

PERLI
S

Covers 7 States:
(i) Perlis 810 sq km
(ii) Kedah 9,426 sq km
(iii) Pulau Pinang
1,031 sq
km
(iv) Perak 21,000 sq km
(v) Kelantan
14,943 sq km
(vi) Pahang 35,965 sq km
(vii) Terengganu 12,955 sq km
Total = 96,130 sq
Max.
Demand
km
(i) Perlis
= 88 MW
(ii) Kedah = 730 MW
(iii) Pulau Pinang = 1,530 MW
(iv) Perak = 1,133 MW
(v) Kelantan = 350 MW
(vi) Pahang = 560 MW
(vii) Terengganu = 360 MW
Total = 4,751 MW
(32%)

Total Max. Demand


= 16,901 MW

KEDA
H

As of June 2014
PULAU
PINANG

KELANTAN
TERENGGANU

NERCC

PERAK

PAHANG

ELECTRICITY DEMAND
ELECTRICITY DEMAND TABULATION

8%

24%

24%

SRCC
MRCC

44%

NRCC
ERCC

INSTALLATION UNDER RCC


(As of June
2014)

RCC
SRCC

MRCC

NRCC

STATE

NOS. PMU

NOS. PPU

NOS. SSU

NOS. PE

JOHOR

73

68

289

12,937

MELAKA

23

177

2,678

NEGERI
SEMBILAN

29

370

3,780

SELANGOR

62

172

86

15,100

KUALA LUMPUR

32

131

33

6,611

PUTRAJAYA

13

493

PERLIS

589

KEDAH

23

48

22

4,953

PULAU PINANG

19

61

47

5,137

PERAK

39

57

173

6,824

15

3193

TERENGGANU

17

14

69

2564

PAHANG

30

13

161

4,578

363

605

1437

69,437

KELANTAN
ERCC

TOTAL

TYPICAL RCC ORGANIZATION


STRUCTURE
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATION
HEAD RCC

SHIFT

NON-SHIFT

5x
Control
Manager

Senior
Operation
Engineer

20 x
Control
Engineer

5x
Control
Assistant

Operation
Engineer

Planning
Engineer

Data
Technicia
n

Metro/Southern Regional
Control Centre (MSRCC)
A Distribution Regional
Control Centre for the
control and safe operation
of the power supply to
Kuala Lumpur, Selangor,
Putrajaya & N.Sembilan,
Melaka, Johor.

Operates 24 hours daily


on 3 shifts of System
Controllers

OPERATION MODE OF RCC

Morning Shift :
0800-1500
MRCC
operates 24
hours a day
with 3
shifts.

Evening Shift :
1500-2300

Night Shift :
0000 -0800

Core Functions of Operations

Maintain & Ensure Security of


Supply for 33 & 11kV Electrical Networks

Restore Supply Fast & Safely

Manage System Crisis and Contingencies

Roles & Responsibilities


Ensure security of supply for 33 & 11kV system
Expedite isolation & restoration of supply safely
Issuance authorizations /sanctions to field worker
Load shedding, contingency plans & under-frequency management
Ensure transformers, switchgears and cables operate
Within rated capacity and voltage
Provide daily, weekly and monthly reports to top management

PROCESS
STANDARDIZATION &
IMPROVEMENT

. ENGR-750-21 - plan outage

. ENGR-750-22 - breakdown managemen

. ENGR-750-23 - load management

RCCS FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES)

1. ENGR-750-21 - plan outage

Prepare Switching Sequence


Project, System Improvement, Increase Tx Capacity
Prepare Schematic Update

ENGR-750-22 - breakdown management

Manage System Crisis and Contingencies

Sectionalise, isolate system for maintenance, projects & fault location


Issue authorizations and sanctions
Load shedding, contingency plans & under-frequency management
Ensure transformers, switchgears and cables operate
Within rated capacity and voltage
Operate SCADA System
Restore supply safely in the fastest possible time

ENGR-750-23 - load management


Feeder loading > 50% /fdr
Transformers Loading
> 600A/tx
Off-point Optimization
Automatic Feeder Reconfiguration

REPORTING

To Provide :
- daily,
- weekly and
- monthly reports (i.e. Breakdown Report)

SCADA/DA
SCADA stands for Supervisory
Control And Data Acquisition. It
generally refers to an industrial
control system: a computer system
monitoring and controlling a process.
The process can be industrial,
infrastructure or facility.

Remote
Terminal Unit
(RTU)

PMU/PP
U

Switchgear /
Transformer

SIP

Supervisory
Interface
Panel

Master
System RCC

RCC
Control
Room

Functions & Responsibilities of SCADA


Maintenance Unit

o provide the system operators with sufficient information


and control to operate the power system,
in a safe and secure manner

Master System
Maintenance

Remote Terminal Units Comms. Network


Maintenance
Maintenance

Barco System
Functional Tests
Operation & MaintenanceFrom Plant to M/Panel
Involve in RTU & Comms.
Installation,testing & commissioning

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