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A Decade of Propelling Malaysia’s Sustainable Energy Agenda

PIONEERING efforts by the Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia for a decade to widen the use of sustainable energy have seen encouraging growth.

Gagasan Solar to raise RM200m to make solar energy more accessible

KUALA LUMPUR (March 22): Gagasan Solar, the first Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)-regulated solar fund, will be raising a total of RM200 million to ensure that small and medium enterprises have greater accessibility to solar energy.

Shaping a sustainable energy transition

THE Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia has set an ambitious target to attract new investments and create more jobs in Malaysia’s renewable energy sector.

Palm oil slips over 2% on higher production outlook

March 17, 2022: Malaysian palm oil futures fell more than 2% on Thursday, tracking losses in rival Dalian oils, as traders weighed an industry group’s forecast of a surge in early-March production.

Malaysia’s Petronas, Japan’s Eneos to study H2 project

Under the agreement, the firms will study the production of low-carbon hydrogen from Petronas’ existing facilities, the production of green hydrogen from a new hydro-powered electrolyser facility, and the conversion of hydrogen into methylcyclohexane (MCH). MCH can be used as a liquid organic hydrogen carrier.

PLUS, TNB collaborate to reduce carbon emissions on highways

PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) and Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) are collaborating to reduce carbon emissions on PLUS highways through sustainability initiatives.

Malaysia’s Petronas and Japan’s ENEOS eye commercial hydrogen scheme

Malaysia’s Petronas and Japanese oil company ENEOS Corporation (ENEOS) have signed an agreement to advance studies for a commercial hydrogen production and conversion project at Kerteh in the Malaysian state of Terengganu. The move follows a pact signed between Malaysia and Japan last August to develop a clean hydrogen supply chain between the nations.

Here’s how surging oil prices shift the economic outlook in Asia, Malaysia a gainer

Oil’s relentless surge above $125 (RM522.95) a barrel threatens to stoke inflation across Asia, forcing central banks to decide whether to respond to higher prices with tighter policy, or hold off amid the blow to economic growth.

Malaysia Working on Framework to Meet Carbon Goal, Minister Says

Malaysia’s government is developing the framework to achieve its carbon neutral goal by 2050, Economy Minister Mustapa Mohamed said on Wednesday. That includes the exploration of a voluntary carbon market, carbon pricing mechanisms such as carbon tax, and the expansion of green technology tax breaks, he said in a speech at the MIDF Green Conference […]

Palm oil prices to fall sharply in second half of 2022 – analyst Mistry

Prices of palm oil and other commodities may see a decline in the second half of the year as possible stagflation and recession squeeze demand, leading analyst Dorab Mistry said on Wednesday.