Subject-Renewable energy in Malaysia.
Hello. How are you? I hope this email finds you healthy and happy. By God’s grace I am also well. I was reading a blog on Malaysia and its efforts towards renewable energy. Energy that is derived from resources that can be regenerated naturally over time and are therefore considered to be renewable. It includes energy sources like sunlight, wind, water currents, and geothermal heat.
I came across some interesting facts and am sharing the same with you. The government has developed a number of programmes and projects to inform the Malaysian people and promote energy conservation and electricity efficiency since the implementation of the Tenth Malaysia Plan. This is reflected in energy laws and regulations.
For instance, the Efficient Management of Electrical Energy Regulations 2008 permits the Commission to require operators and owners of installations that consume 3 million kWh or more over the course of six months to work with a registered energy manager to assess overall electrical consumption, provide guidance on the creation and implementation of measures to ensure efficient management of energy, and assess the effectiveness of those measures.
The Malaysia Renewable Energy Roadmap (MyRER), which lays out the strategic framework and strategies for meeting the country’s renewable energy target of a 31 percent share in the national capacity mix by 2025 and 40 percent by 2035, has been released by the Malaysian government.
Tell me what you think of these plans? Do you think they will be successful?