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Electricity demand and supply in Peninsular Malaysia: Energy efficiency, renewable energy, or nuclear? (Part 2)

This is Ir. G. Lalchand’s second article in his series of Malaysia’s energy challenges. As mentioned in the Part 1 of this article, adequate, reliable and affordable electricity supply has been, and will remain, as the cornerstone of economic development in Malaysia. Minister of the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA), YB Datuk Seri…

Electricity demand, economic growth, and sustainable energy resources in Malaysia

In my previous blog entry, I wrote about the consequences of large dams, such as Malaysia’s Bakun Dam, on social and environment aspects. Essentially, I remarked that Bakun Dam, as a hydroelectric dam, is not a sustainable energy choice because it causes serious, long term, and irreversible destruction to many social and environmental aspects. Moreover, the expected…

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