Malaysia's Fossil Fuel Addiction
Kannika Siamwalla, Head of Regional Oil and Gas, RHB Group
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The Malaysian government aims to increase the country's power generation mix for Renewable Energy to 20% by 2025, from 2% currently. And yet, we're still largely reliant on coal and gas. For some insight on how we might move forward in the quest for a sustainable energy mix, we speak to Kannika Siamwalla, Head of Regional Oil and Gas, at RHB Group.
Presented by: Lyn Mak, Wong Shou Ning, Roshan Kanesan
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Categories: Environment, Science, Investments
Tags: fossil fuel, renewable energy, sustainability, oil and gas, coal, power generation,