Renewable energy

Malaysia needs RM33bil investment to hit renewable energy target

Malaysia desires investments totaling RM33 billion so as to attain its target of twenty per cent electricity generation from renewable energy (RE) sources by 2025, aforementioned Energy, Science, Technology, atmosphere and temperature change Minister Yeo Bee principle.
She said the investments would be contributed by the government, public-private partnerships and personal funding.

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In the meanwhile, Yeo said, the government would continue all this incentive like the inexperienced Technology funding theme and the inexperienced Investment Tax Allowance to incentivize the expansion of RE.

Meanwhile, she said the third spherical of large-scale star (LSS3) bidding, that over last month, saw the value of generating per kilowatt-hour (kWh) from alternative energy was under energy generation from gas sources.

She said the lower price of star generation was thanks to the advanced electrical device development technology that allowed the project to be bid at a value of as low as 17.77sen per kWh.

Earlier in her speech, she that LSS3 comes were within the offing for Asian country to produce cheaper, reliable and property electricity to the folks.
She said Asian country was already seeing alternative energy as cheaper than the value of gas generation.

She said within the future, the govt expected the value to travel down any for RE.
The 5-In-1 Power and Energy Asia Series, that includes POWERGEN Asia, Asian Utility Week, DISTRIBUTECH Asia, star Vision and Energy Capital Leaders Asia, come into being nowadays and can run till Sept five at the Asian country International Trade and Exhibition Centre.

The event, hosted by Tenaga Nasional Bhd, is anticipated to draw over 11,000 guests and 2,000 international consumers, additionally to the 350 exhibitors, to have interaction within the exchange of concepts, experiences and data.

The series covers the complete chain targeted on typical and renewable generation, transmission and distribution, digital transformation and the funding of the energy transition by the business.

(Source by NST)