Here comes the sun: Taking the temperature of the Malaysian solar power industry


A worker installing solar panels onto the roof of a residential property. Seda estimated that some 4.1 million buildings in Malaysia could still accommodate solar panels. — Bloomberg

As a country near the equator, Malaysia has sunshine to spare.

While most may dislike the heat, savvy homeowners are harnessing the power of the sun by installing solar panels to turn sunlight into electricity.

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