Malaysia targets renewable energy at 40 per cent of total capacity by 2035


I say responsible nuclear (fusion and fission power). If NIMBY is a problem, I’ll gladly rent you space in the middle of USJ, at a modest markup, 1MDB rates:

Dateline 2021-10-27, Straits Time:

Malaysia’s renewable energy installed capacity is targeted to reach 40 per cent, or 18,000 megawatts, by 2035, Energy Minister Takiyuddin Hassan said on Wednesday (Oct 27), as the South-east Asian nation charts a lower-carbon pathway for its power sector.

Current installed capacity for renewable energy in Malaysia is 8,520 megawatts, or 23 per cent of the energy mix, he said in a speech at the Singapore International Energy Week event.

The nation aims to raise its renewable energy capacity to 31 per cent of total capacity by 2025, he added.

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