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The Economic Value Of Solar Farms

Dr Renato Lima de Oliviera, Senior Fellow, IDEAS

10-Mar-21 19:00

The Economic Value Of Solar Farms

There looks to be some uncertainty around the future of Johor's proposed RM1.4b solar power plant project, which would be the largest in Southeast Asia, after the ground-breaking ceremony was cancelled due to a lack of response from the federal government. We take a look at the economic value of solar farms, and the trade-offs associated with the industry.

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Produced by: Loo Juosie, Azlyna Mohd Noor

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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