Renewable Energy Bill 2010 & Sustainable Energy Development Authority Bill 2010

Topic: RUU Tenaga Boleh Baharu 2010 & RUU Pihak Berkuasa Pembangunan Tenaga Lestari 2010 (Renewable Energy Bill 2010 & Sustainable Energy Development Authority Bill 2010)

Date: 16th March 2011 (Wednesday)

Time: 1.00 p.m to 2.30 p.m

Venue: Bilik Mesyuarat, 14th Floor, Tower Block, Parliament, KL.

Speaker:

– Ir Ahmad Hadri Haris, Chief Technical Advisor of MBIPV & KeTTHA

– Mr. Shamsudin Khalid, President of The Malaysian Photvotaic Association

Organizer: KPRU & Selangor Exco Office of Tourism, Consumer Affairs and Environment

Notes for Download: RUU Tenaga Boleh Baharu 2010 & RUU Pihak Berkuasa Pembangunan Tenaga Lestari 2010

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2 thoughts on “Renewable Energy Bill 2010 & Sustainable Energy Development Authority Bill 2010

  1. We must first honestly study the abundant renewable energy availabe in view of our favourable geographical location. Hydro, Biomass and Solar potentials and their intricacies need to be understood so that they are optimally exploited. Let alone energy usage inefficiency, power generation inefficiency in our country is another serious matter that need to be recognised and rectified. A Renewable Energy Act should aim to achieve these ends. For an appreciation of the current provisions of the Renewable Energy Bill 2010 please see: http://www.rank.com.my/energywise

  2. Some differences between Malaysian proposed FiT as compared to the European/German/UK
    FiT are that:

    i. we do not have an efficiency criteria for electricity power generation to qualify for FiT or Grid Connection
    whereas their governments impose a minimum efficiency through a concept of CHP Quality which is high,

    ii. we allow up to 30,000 kW per installation for Solar PV energy to qualify for FiT whereas in the UK the
    maximum power capacity allowed per installation is 50 kW,

    iii. we allow up to 30,000 kW capacity per installation for small Hydro power to qualify for FiT whereas in
    EU small hydro is not considered for FiT and in Thailand the maximum power capacity allowed per
    installation for FiT is 200 kW.

    For an appreciation of the current provisions of the Renewable Energy Bill 2010 please see:
    http://www.rank.com.my/energywise

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