The government has given assurance that the new electricity tariff for this year until 2024 will not burden the people. The Energy and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan said the new tariff would benefit nearly 85 per cent of domestic account holders out of eight million account holders nationwide.
Takiyuddin: SAVE 3.0 programme offers e-rebate of up to RM400 for purchase of energy-efficient electrical appliances
The Sustainability Achieved via Energy Efficiency (SAVE) 3.0 programme offers e-rebate of up to RM400 for the purchase of energy-efficient electrical appliances this year, says Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan. The Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) Minister, when launching the programme on Friday (Jan 7), said SAVE 3.0 was expected to benefit 140,000 households in the […]
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 30): The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources is to implement the Malaysia Renewable Energy Roadmap (MyRER) to achieve the national aspiration of 31% renewable energy (RE) capacity by 2025 and 40% by 2035.
Malaysia is eager to increase palm oil exports to Bangladesh as the country seeks to increase its global market share of the industry. The government has also been engaging with countries in the Middle East such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, as well as eastern Europe and South Asia.
December 29 (Renewables Now) – Malaysian company Sunway Construction Group Bhd (SunCon) on Monday announced it has accepted Letters of Intent (LoI) for the construction of two 50-MW solar projects, secured in Malaysia’s fourth large-scale solar (LSS4) tenders.
KUALA LUMPUR :Malaysia’s state energy firm Petronas said on Tuesday that it anticipates recovery in oil demand from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic to remain fragile and uncertain in the next few years.
As the world emerges from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has devastated lives and livelihoods over the last two years, now more than ever there is an urgent need to rebuild lives and economies in a manner that is sustainable — an imperative that resonates deeply with Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB). Responsible for […]
Malaysia’s state-owned Petronas’ decision about how to move forward with its gas supplies after announcing a 2050 net-zero target has been complicated by current high spot LNG prices.
Malaysia’s Petronas has awarded six offshore blocks to undisclosed firms under the Malaysia Bid Round (MBR) 2021, to explore and monetise hydrocarbon resource potentials in the country.
Malaysian state energy company Petronas and South Korea’s POSCO International will jointly explore opportunities in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies, as well as carbon dioxide (CO2) storage solutions in Malaysia. Significantly, Petronas wants to establish Malaysia as the leading hub for CCS in the Asia region.