DBKL inks deal for installation of solar photovoltaic systems

Nor Hisham (left) and Nirinder exchanging documents at the MOU signing between DBKL and TNBX.

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has embarked on a project to instal solar photovoltaic (PV) on the roof of its buildings in the city, with the aim of reducing its electricity bill by 15%.

Mayor Datuk Nor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan said the effort was in line with the Kuala Lumpur Low Carbon Society Blueprint 2030, which targets reduction of carbon dioxide concentration by 70%.

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