Successful NEM2.0 is a testimony to Malaysia’s renewable energy drive

December 31, 2020

Dateline 2020-12-24, EdgeProp:

The 500MW quota up to year 2020 under the Net Energy Metering 2.0 (NEM2.0) programme has been fully taken up as at end-November, one month before its scheduled end date of Dec 31, 2020.

The programme’s success is a testimony to Malaysia’s efforts in driving renewable energy initiatives under its commitment on environment conservation.

NEM2.0 is the second generation of the NEM programme, a solar PV initiative executed by the Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia under the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) with the aim to promote renewable energy.

All registered Tenaga Nasional Bhd customers in Peninsular Malaysia in the residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural sectors can take part in the programme.


Seda strengthened renewable energy growth in 2019

March 7, 2020

Dateline 2020-01-04, Malay Mail:

Sustainable Energy Development Authority (Seda) Malaysia has approved a total of cumulative net energy metering (NEM) programme quota of 108MW as of November 2019.

Seda Malaysia chairman Wong Kah Woh said the total approved quota portrayed a positive growth of 7.8 times increment, to compare with the previous three years, which only stands at a 13.86MW take-up rate.

“This success is largely contributed by the newly improved NEM 2.0 programme,” he said in a press release on Seda Malaysia’s Report Card 2019.

Meanwhile, the cumulative NEM approved in 2019 was the highest at 94.14MW in 2019 as compared to 11.53MW in 2018, 2.33MW in 2017 and 0.01MW in 2016.


Seda introduces P2P trading programme to encourage use of renewable energy

January 6, 2020

How does this work compared to FIP, which has a higher kwh sale price?

Dateline 2019-10-30, EdgeProp:

Sustainable Energy Development Authority (Seda) has introduced a peer-to-peer (P2P) energy trading programme to encourage more Malaysians to use renewable energy such as solar power, theSundaily reported yesterday.

Seda chairman Wong Kah Woh told theSun in a recent interview that energy trading allows those who generate excess energy through their solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to sell the additional power to other consumers.