Sabah civil society groups keen to play a role in 12MP green energy rollout

A rural riverside village - Kg Sikait - in Sabah's interior Pagalungan along the state's border with Kalimantan. (picture courtesy PACOS Trust)

KOTA KINABALU: Civil society in Sabah looks forward to working closely with the government in its push for more green energy development under the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP).

A coalition of four Sabah-based civil society groups welcomed the Federal Government's assurance that a National Energy Policy would be introduced to provide strategic direction for the country to achieve its carbon-neutral aspiration by 2050.

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