by Sharan Raj. Fossil fuel IPPs damage Malaysia’s environment and economy
Bio-methane also known as biogas is derived from agricultural waste, sewerage gas, landfills, palm oil mill effluent (POME) and cattle manure. In 2012, the government introduced Feed-In-Tariffs (FiT) for electricity generated from renewable energy including bio-methane (biogas). Electricity from bio-methane (biogas) remains the least developed renewable energy source in Malaysia due to high capital costs to purchase…
by Sharan Raj. Smart grids will boost renewable energy generation, improve grid reliability and reduce electricity tariffs
More flexibility will improve adoption of green technology
We can address unemployment and climate change at the same time
Uncertainty has left solar panel producers, installers and buyers hanging.
We need a bolder budget to address climate change
Encourage rooftop solar panels through smart policy