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UK happy to be working with Malaysia on renewable energy AS the world continues to deal with the coronavirus, we must not neglect global warming. If Covid-19 is the storm that we will ride out soon, climate change is the catastrophe that will affect us for decades ahead. In Asia, 2020 has seen some of [...]
Asean ministers set 35% target on renewable energy ENERGY Ministers in the Asean region have agreed to set a new target of 35% renewable energy (RE) in installed power capacity by 2025. This aim was made following Malaysia’s proposal for the region to set a target for RE in installed power capacity by 2025 during [...]
Finally A Finance Minister Who Is Serious About Social And Sustainable Economy Malaysia has seen a revolving door of Finance Minister’s within a span of 5 years, however it’s only apt to highlight that not one of the previous Ministers have put in much thought in preservation of our environment or making our country [...]
We have all heard of solar energy by now. We all know that solar energy is an unlimited renewable energy source that doesn’t produce CO2 emissions or other gases, because it doesn’t consume fuel or require other resources, such as water or wind. Solar power is the key to a clean energy [...]
Public Islamic Bank launches solar panel financing scheme KUALA LUMPUR: Public Islamic Bank Bhd (PIBB) has taken green energy one step further with its solar panel financing for residential houses. Launched on Nov 12, the financing scheme will go on until Dec 31,2021 and it is for existing PIBB and Public Bank Bhd house financing customers. [...]
May the warmth of Deepavali lights fills your life with prosperity and happiness.
Solar is the way to go IF ALL the roofs in Peninsular Malaysia are fitted with solar panels, the power that is generated could easily satisfy the entire country’s current demand for electricity. Yet, the decision to instal solar panels still hinges on how costly the initial investment is, despite the long-term benefit of lower [...]
Malaysia potential renewable powerhouse in SEA, says Greenpeace PETALING JAYA: Environmental group Greenpeace has called Malaysia the potential “renewable energy champion” in Southeast Asia, but says the government must adjust its priorities towards the burgeoning solar sector and away from natural gas, petrol and coal. In its report titled “Southeast Asia Power Sector Scorecard”, [...]
IEA crowns solar ‘king of energy’ in World Energy Outlook The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its annual World Energy Outlook, which focuses on how Covid-19 will change the industry in the long-term. The outlook models four different scenarios, looking at different durations for the pandemic and public attitudes to decarbonisation. It predicts that [...]