Solar energy Industry remains optimistic

“For the third project that is due in 2023, we have begun engineering and designing work, and are awaiting approval from the authorities for site possession,” its group chief executive officer Davis Chong says.

RISING costs are affecting the implementation of solar projects, especially under the fourth cycle of large-scale solar (LSS4) scheme with their very competitive tariff bids.

Several public-listed companies share their progress and how they are mitigating the unexpected cost increase.

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