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Greener Utilities In Years To Come?

Chong Lee Len, Analyst, UOB Kay Hian

10-Feb-22 07:15

Greener Utilities In Years To Come?

There has been some fresh developments in the usually muted utilities sector lately; Tenaga Nasional's legal win against the Inland Revenue Board and YTL Power International's disposal of their stake in Australia’s ElectraNet. Moreover, sustainability is the latest talk of the town (or sector). So, how will utility companies in Malaysia perform and develop with regards to the nation's aim of renewable energy generation? Chong Lee Len, analyst at UOB Kay Hian provides some insights on the current and future landscape of Malaysia's utilities sector. Image credit:

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