Join the energy delegation to Malaysia in September. This delegation will take place in conjunction with the International Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition & Conference Malaysia.
Malaysia is investing in renewable energy. Business opportunities: fast growing demand for equipment to generate, and to feed in new sources of energy, to the grid.
Malaysia is determined to move toward greener energy generation as prices on conventional energy are on the rise and reserves of fossil fuels are soon depleted. By 2020, 11 percent of the total energy mix will be generated from renewable energy which also will contribute to the national commitment to reduce CO2 intensity with 40 percent.
Supported by a Feed in Tariff scheme offering favourable rates for energy generated by solar PV, small hydro, biomass and biogas, renewable energy is becoming more and more popular. In turn the Feed in Tariff has created a growing demand for solutions for renewable energy generation.
To accommodate for the expansion of renewable energy and allow for more producers to feed into the grid Malaysia are investing in smart solutions to upgrade transmission and distribution capabilities. At the same time, the ASEAN community has started building a smart grid to ensure energy supply in the region where Malaysia is the key transition hub and the main destination of mayor investments in transmission capacity.
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