Towards a sustainable future

  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 05 Sep 2017

Sustainable energy: Malaysia has an abundant supply of biomass. When there is biodegradation, the major part of it is biogas, which can be converted to electricity.

KUALA LUMPUR: With the cost of fossil fuels rising every year, Malaysia is looking to rely on more sustainable sources of energy.

The total energy consumption in Malaysia is high as subsidies are being extended to consumers. In 2011 alone, the country spent a whopping RM14.5bil to buy fossil fuels to generate energy.

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