Boost for Malaysian renewable energy fund

March 2014
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Mar2014, Issue 873, p51
Academic Journal
The article reports on the announcement made by Datin Badriyah Abdul Malek, chief executive officer (CEO) of the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Malaysia (SEDA) that the renewable energy fund would receive an additional 98.6 million dollars in 2014 that would enable more feed-in tariffs.


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