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Can Malaysia Generate A Biomass Energy Boom?

Professor Ir Dr Denny Ng, Dean, School of Engineering & Technology, Sunway University

14-Mar-23 09:30

Can Malaysia Generate A Biomass Energy Boom?

As Malaysia strives to increase its renewable energy mix from less than 5% to 31% come 2030, how much can biomass contribute to the target? We discuss the state of play for biomass energy and the policy push needed to harness the economic potential of the industry with Dr. Denny Ng of Sunway University.

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Produced by: Shazana Mokhtar

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar


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Categories:  environmentgovernmenttechnologyCorporates

Tags:  biomassoil palmmalaysian renewables





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