Call for Malaysia to liberalise solar power industry

In his first exclusive interview after his appointment as the president of Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association, Davis Chong urges the government to liberalise the solar power industry.

THE atmosphere in Malaysia’s once-boring solar power industry has completely changed in recent years.

Between 2014 and 2019, solar is the only renewable energy (RE) source that has grown by a whopping 432% in installed capacity.

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