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Renewable energy initiatives in Malaysia: TNB and Selangor government join forces


TNB, in partnership with the Selangor State Government, is advancing towards renewable energy (RE) and sustainable projects, aligning with Malaysia’s net-zero emissions target by 2050. This collaboration was solidified with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).


Under the National Energy Transition Roadmap (NETR), TNB is leading three key projects, including five Centralised Solar Parks (CSP) across Peninsular Malaysia. The CSP initiative involves TNB Renewables, SMEs, State Entities, and Cooperatives, aiming to engage Bumiputera SME entrepreneurs in RE endeavors.


The first CSP project, situated in Mukim Ulu Bernam, is set for completion by early 2026. Expected to offset 95,053 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, this equals removing 21,152 vehicles from the road.


Selangor’s participation signifies a significant milestone, making it the fourth state to formalize an MoU with TNB, joining Perak, Pahang, and Johor in this progressive endeavor.

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