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Scientex to deploy photovoltaic across its facilities in Malaysia

Global packaging manufacturer and property developer Scientex Bhd has announced an expansion of its renewable energy initiative by deploying solar photovoltaic (PV) systems across the group’s facilities in Malaysia. Since 2022, Scientex has integrated renewable energy into its operations as part of its carbon footprint reduction initiative. The group is now scaling up its efforts, … Continue reading Scientex to deploy photovoltaic across its facilities in Malaysia

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In Rural Malaysia, Local Communities Are Empowered to Develop and Maintain Renewable Power

Unjam Anak Makam and Maja Anak Mabang never imagined that they would play a role in bringing light to their villages in Sarawak, Malaysia. As graduates of a government certification training scheme after finishing their secondary schools, Unjam and Maja are some of the local youth who joined Ecogreen, one of the several companies assigned … Continue reading In Rural Malaysia, Local Communities Are Empowered to Develop and Maintain Renewable Power

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Masdar Explores Developing 2GW Clean Energy in Malaysia

Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, signs agreement with Citaglobal Berhad to develop broad range of renewable energy projects in Malaysia, including rural, off-grid initiatives .Ahead of the UAE hosting COP28, development demonstrates Masdar’s growing presence in Southeast Asia and commitment to supporting the region’s net-zero goals Masdar, the UAE’s clean energy … Continue reading Masdar Explores Developing 2GW Clean Energy in Malaysia

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Renewables Are the Solution to Malaysia’s Sustainable Future and Renewed Climate Ambition

New report confirms Malaysia’s ability to meet its net zero goal with increased use of local and affordable renewables. According to the report’s findings, transitioning to renewable energy will save Malaysia between USD 9 billion and USD 13 billion annually by 2050 in avoided energy, climate, and health costs. Developed by the International Renewable Energy … Continue reading Renewables Are the Solution to Malaysia’s Sustainable Future and Renewed Climate Ambition

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Potential for floating photovoltaic solar energy in Malaysia

Peninsular Malaysia has huge potential for floating photovoltaic systems with a total of 78 suitable lakes identified so far, a Tenaga Nasional Bhd green technology researcher said. “These lakes have a combined surface area of 1,001.9 sq km, and if we take up just 10 per cent of the total surface to fix floating photovoltaic … Continue reading Potential for floating photovoltaic solar energy in Malaysia

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2,268 Renewable Energy Projects in Sabah, Malaysia

A total of 2,268 renewable energy projects under the feed-in-tariff (FiT) have been commissioned in Sabah and Peninsular Malaysia until March 31, said Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili. He said the projects had generated 188.3 megawatt (MW) to the national grid or one per cent of the overall power … Continue reading 2,268 Renewable Energy Projects in Sabah, Malaysia

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Yingli Green Energy to supply 2 MW of solar photovoltaic modules to Maqo solar for residential projects in Malaysia

Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (NYSE: YGE) (“Yingli Green Energy” or the “Company”), the largest vertically integrated photovoltaic (“PV”) module manufacturer in the world, known as “Yingli Solar,” today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli Green Energy Singapore Company Pte. Limited (“Yingli Singapore”) will supply 2 MW of solar modules to Maqo Technologies (M) … Continue reading Yingli Green Energy to supply 2 MW of solar photovoltaic modules to Maqo solar for residential projects in Malaysia

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Solar power, wind energy can change power generation in Sabah

Renewable energy from solar energy and wind power is not only an excellent power alternative for the future but it can also revolutionise electricity generation in Sabah, says Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Dr Ewon Ebin. He said Sabah had its own uniqueness as it endowed was rich natural resources which could be used … Continue reading Solar power, wind energy can change power generation in Sabah

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Yingli Green Energy to Supply Malaysia Solar Energy Plant

Yingli Green Energy is to be the supplier to a large-scale solar power plant in its home continent of Asia. The company announced it had reached a deal for its Singapore subsidiary to supply over 10 MW of its multicrystalline photovoltaic modules to a solar facility in Malaysia. The customer is Amcorp Power, a local … Continue reading Yingli Green Energy to Supply Malaysia Solar Energy Plant

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GE, EV World Collaborate To Roll Out Electric Vehicles In Malaysia, Singapore

The companies said the collaboration would lead to a collaborative research and development centre of excellence for EV technology. General Electric and EV World Pte Ltd have announced a collaboration on technology development and strategic initiatives to support the roll out of electric vehicles (EV) in Malaysia and Singapore. “It will also allow both parties … Continue reading GE, EV World Collaborate To Roll Out Electric Vehicles In Malaysia, Singapore

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