RENEWABLE energy is an ubiquitous energy source produced naturally in a short period of time.
It is obtained, directly or indirectly, from sources such as the sun or the movement of other natural resources and environmental mechanisms. It excludes energy sources obtained from fossil fuels, as well as waste products from fossil sources or inorganic sources.
As stipulated in the 2017 Budget, the focus of the Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry is to grow green development under the 11th Malaysia Plan.
Renewable energy prospects in our country are high. High wind velocity, 12 hours of sunlight a day and an elongated coastal strip allow this country to develop renewable energy sources.
Renewable energy can boost the country’s economy. It is an energy sector that does not need to rely on the world market.
Renewable energy also guarantees energy security as it can reduce dependency on imported
THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017