Cambodia Turns to Malaysia For Renewable Energy Boost.
Sep23

Cambodia Turns to Malaysia For Renewable Energy Boost.

Cambodia and Malaysia have reached an agreement to collaborate on renewable energy and green technology. Minster of Environment Say Samal and Malaysian Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water Maximus Ongkili signed the deal on the sidelines of a renewable energy technology conference in Kuala Lumpur. The agreement is geared towards training and capacity building, with the Malaysian government promising to lend its expertise,...

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European Commission Launches Probe Into PV Imports from Malaysia, Taiwan.
Jun08

European Commission Launches Probe Into PV Imports from Malaysia, Taiwan.

The European Commission (EC) is starting a probe into solar imports from Taiwan and Malaysia to determine whether Chinese products bypass EU anti-dumping measures. The investigation will take up to nine months, the commission said Friday. The Governments of the China, Malaysia and Taiwan have been invited for consultations. With the start of the investigation, all cells and modules from Taiwan and Malaysia that enter the EU are...

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In Malaysia, Cops Aiming To Be More Energy Efficient.
Jun08

In Malaysia, Cops Aiming To Be More Energy Efficient.

SEMENYIH – The police are now cracking down on their electricity bills. The force, which employs 120,000 officers, said energy leakages were abundant in their stations which have to run 24-hours every day but all that was about to change. Bukit Aman Strategic Resources and Technology director Comm Datuk Zulkifli Abdullah said it was looking to retrofit several police stations and state headquarters with energy efficient lighting...

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