Energised by the sun

Under the Feed-in Tariff scheme, anybody can be a solar power producer.

THE current dry spell may be driving many crazy, but Michael Chou is unperturbed. He welcomes it, in fact, for the solar cells atop his house in Shah Alam, Selangor, are chalking up plenty of kilowatts under the sunny, cloudless sky.

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