Virtual event: Clean Power & New Energy 2021 to be held on 12-13 October

Kuala Lumpur, 4 October 2021 – The renewables industry has reached a fundamentally new stage in its development. The cost of some renewable technologies—wind and solar in particular—has fallen to a level which has seen them become cost competitive with fossil fuels in some markets.

A growing number of countries are adopting policies to encourage the growth of renewables, and the industry is attracting a new class of investor more commonly attracted to the stable returns of traditional infrastructure investments.

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The Clean Power & New Energy 2021 aims to bring together leading power and utility leaders, government decision makers, renewable energy companies, economists, financiers and investors to discover how the economic, financial and political framework for energy is evolving; as well as to assess the implications of growing renewable deployment for the future shape of the energy industry.

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Themed, ‘Embarking New Path towards Future Sustainable Energy’, the forum will be live on 12-13 October 2021. It will engage respectable and well-known expert speakers for a day of conversation, followed by a post-conference workshop to shed light on how Malaysia and Its organisations can shift toward a Greener and new energy implementation.

Key discussion topics:

  • How Malaysia can improve and compete in the global race;
  • Why the equator is an advantageous location when it comes to solar power;
  • The role of untapped potentials in biomass and biogas;
  • Making energy smarter with digitalisation;
  • Advancing Malaysia’s energy transformation towards the future;
  • Reforming and financing as the way forward for Malaysia’s energy market and more.

Organisations that will be attending this event include Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Sarawak Energy Berhad, Malakoff Energy Berhad, Petronas, Energy Commission, Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) and International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

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