Malaysians save with solar


Solar installers have to be careful when attaching the panels to the roof to avoid causing damage to the house. — People photo created by senivpetro - www.freepik.com

Jolted by the spiking electricity bill when his family had to work from home during the pandemic, Goh Han Lee looked for a solution that could lower the bill without needing to cut back on electrical essentials.

“During the movement control order (MCO), my electricity bill went up as high as RM700 to RM800 a month,” said the lawyer, who lives with his family of five and three cats.

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