As 2020 is coming to an end with the severe impact of COVID-19 on a worldwide scale, na- tions and economies and businesses are in an attempt to reset, revitalize and recover from the pandemic crisis including the energy industry.
The country is heading ahead as per the Green Technology Master Plan which was ap- proved by the Malaysian Cabinet in 2017. This roadmap targets to achieve US$43 billion in revenue and creating more than 200,000 green jobs by 2030.
The Malaysian government has stressed for more rooftop PV in the recent years. Malaysia has the potential to generate more than enough electricity to meet its current demand if all the roofs in Peninsular Malaysia are fitted with solar panels. According to Ministry, there are over 4.12 million buildings with solar rooftop potential in the peninsular which could generate 34,194 MW of electricity if fitted with solar PV systems.
The National Economic Recovery Plan and 12th Malaysia Plan (2021-2025) will also take on the medium and longer-term economic direction and policies.
1, 14:50-15:00PM Opending address ( Malaysia Remarket update) CEO Mr Sanjayan- SEDA
2, 15:00-15:10PM Jell Jiang GoodWe SEA business head
Boost your solar engine in Malaysia C&I market
3, 15:10-15:20PM Elva Wang,Senior Sales Manager Trina Solar APAC Region, Achieving Lower PV LCOE is critical for Malaysia’s Solar Development
4, 15:20-15:30 PM Floating solar solution for Malaysia challenging tarrif Sungrow Floating
5, 15:30-16:10 PM Renewable opportunities & Challenges & Case Study in Malaysia.
Moderator-Vincent Bakker/Co- Founder-Positive Energy
Senior Vice President, Head of Solar
Head, Energy & Infrastructure
AV Group Ltd
Bor Hung Head Of Business Development / Managing Partner (Malaysia)
Co-Founder, Managing Partner Asia