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Malaysia potential renewable powerhouse in SEA, says Greenpeace

PETALING JAYA : Environmental group Greenpeace has called Malaysia the potential “renewable energy champion” in Southeast Asia, but says the government must adjust its priorities towards the burgeoning solar sector and away from natural gas, petrol and coal. In its report titled “Southeast Asia Power Sector Scorecard”, Malaysia received a D+ due to its reliance […]

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EQ Webinar on Malaysia Solar Market – Opportunities & Challenges on August 04th…Register Now !

Warm Greetings !!! We at EQ Int’l is happy to present Webinar on Malaysia Solar Market –  Opportunities & Challenges When: Aug 04, 2020  01:30 PM IST, 04:00 PM MST Register in advance for this meeting: [Click Here To Register] After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Confirmed Speakers: […]

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Malaysia faces crucial graft test as former PM Najib Razak’s first 1MDB verdict looms

Thank you for reading the news about Malaysia faces crucial graft test as former PM Najib Razak’s first 1MDB verdict looms and now with the details Jeddah – Yasmine El Tohamy – DUBAI: Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) wants to preserve public funds to counter the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, the state-owned firm’s CEO […]

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Malaysia bets on large scale solar PV to revive economy

Malaysia’s Large Scale Solar (LSS) programme has entered its fourth round of auctions and according to research firm GlobalData is expected to play a significant role in restarting the country’s investment flow and post-pandemic recovery. The programme’s fourth round of auctions termed as LSS-4, offers the largest capacity in the series and is expected to […]

EBRD, GCF & CIFs Funding Solar Plant in Kazakhstan

IEEFA report: Volts from the blue – floating solar to generate 900% more electricity across Asia-Pacific

From below 1MW before 2019, ASEAN nations now have over 51MW installed and 858MW planned Asia leads Europe in deploying floating solar, also known as floating photovoltaic (FPV), a new IEEFA report finds. Energy finance analysts Sara Jane Ahmed and Elrika Hamdi note that power demand in the Philippines and Malaysia has dropped by as […]

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DGTR calls meeting over solar cells safeguard duty case on Friday

Taking forward the probe for continued imposition of safeguard duty on solar cell imports, the commerce ministry’s investigation arm DGTR has called concerned parties for oral hearing on Friday. The aforesaid hearing will now be held on 3rd July 2020,” Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) has said. The renewable energy ministry has also proposed […]

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India may not renew safeguard duty on solar imports from China, Malaysia: Report

The Centre may not extend the safeguard duty in place since July 30, 2018, on solar cells and modules imported from China and Malaysia India is reportedly considering lapsing the safeguard duty on import of solar cells and modules from China and Malaysia. The current provision has been in place in July 30, 2018 and […]

Local preference move unlikely to give push to solar gear makers

Solar cells import may get costlier; govt pushes domestic buying amid India-China clash

People aware of the development told FE that the MNRE will soon be sending its recommendations to the finance ministry, suggesting levying 20% BCD on imports of solar cells and panels. To curb the procurement of solar generation equipment from China, and increase the reliance on domestic manufacturing, the government is planning to impose the […]

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Coronavirus could stall a third of new U.S. utility solar this year -report

About 5 gigawatts (GW) of big U.S. solar energy projects, enough to power nearly 1 million homes, could suffer delays this year if construction is halted for months due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report published on Wednesday. The forecast, a worst-case scenario laid out in an analysis by energy research firm Wood […]

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