A comprehensive policy that must be adopted to provide a sustainable and green alternative to Malaysia’s carbon-heavy energy balance. 

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A comprehensive energy policy that focuses on developing green technology and renewable/green energy must be adopted in order to provide a sustainable and green alternative to Malaysia’s carbon-heavy energy balance. 

Adopting green technology and renewable energy will assist the nation addressing the challenges of Climate Change. Malaysia should also look into the implementation of alternative energy sources as a means to foster conservation of depletable resources.

The objectives:

To open the floor to new ideas, initiatives and strategies to be crossed between the youth, government & regulator bodies and key energy integrated organisations.

An environment for open discussions and a mechanism for a collaborative approach to common challenges of Malaysia becoming more energy savvy and renewable energy integrated.

A discussion to put forward key accomplishments, concerns, ideas and challenges to the  conception of adopting a higher functioning level of green technology and renewable energy.

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How aware are you?

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A comprehensive policy that must be adopted to provide a sustainable and green alternative to Malaysia’s carbon-heavy energy balance. 

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A comprehensive energy policy that focuses on developing green technology and renewable/green energy must be adopted in order to provide a sustainable and green alternative to Malaysia’s carbon-heavy energy balance. 

Adopting green technology and renewable energy will assist the nation addressing the challenges of Climate Change. Malaysia should also look into the implementation of alternative energy sources as a means to foster conservation of depletable resources.

The objectives:

  • To open the floor to new ideas, initiatives and strategies to be crossed between the youth, government & regulator bodies and key energy integrated organisations.
  • An environment for open discussions and a mechanism for a collaborative approach to common challenges of Malaysia becoming more energy savvy and renewable energy integrated.
  • A discussion to put forward key accomplishments, concerns, ideas and challenges to the  conception of adopting a higher functioning level of green technology and renewable energy.

Are you aware of
Green Energy?

How aware
are you?

What do people think about Green Energy?

What do people think about Green Energy?

PANEL DISCUSSION 1

Setting Renewable
Energy Standards

SPEAKERS:

Tunku Akmaludin Zakri

Manager, GreenRE
Vice Precident,
Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association
(MPIA)

SEDA Malaysia

(Sustainable Energy Development
Authority Malaysia)

Prof. Ir. Dr. Kumaran Palanisamy

Professor, Universiti Tenaga Nasional,
Research and Development

Dato’ Leong Kin Mun

Chairman,
Malaysian Biomass Industries Confederation
(MBIC)

PANEL DISCUSSION 2

Implementable Alternatives
of Green Energy

SPEAKERS:

Green Tech Malaysia

Ir. Nirinder Singh Johl

Managing Director,
Tenaga Nasional Berhad,
(TNBX)

Raymond Cheah

COO, Green Lagoon

Lionel Yeap

Head of Secretariat,
Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association
(MPIA)

Ir. Shah Suleiman

President,
Malaysian Small Hydro Industry Association
(MASHIA)

PANEL DISCUSSION 1

Setting Renewable
Energy Standards

SPEAKERS:

Tunku Akmaludin Zakri

Manager, GreenRE
Vice Precident,
Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association
(MPIA)

SEDA Malaysia

(Sustainable Energy Development
Authority Malaysia)

Prof. Ir. Dr. Kumaran Palanisamy

Professor, Universiti Tenaga Nasional,
Research and Development

Dato’ Leong Kin Mun

Chairman,
Malaysian Biomass Industries Confederation
(MBIC)

PANEL DISCUSSION 2

Implementable Alternatives
of Green Energy

SPEAKERS:

Green Tech Malaysia

Ir. Nirinder Singh Johl

Managing Director,
Tenaga Nasional Berhad,
(TNBX)

Raymond Cheah

COO, Green Lagoon

Lionel Yap

Head of Secretariat,
Malaysian Photovoltaic Industry Association
(MPIA)

Ir. Shah Suleiman

President,
Malaysian Small Hydro Industry Association
(MASHIA)

Limited seats!

9.00 am
  • Registration
10.00 am
  • Welcome Speech by UNITEN
  • Speech by Green Energy Partner
  • Speech (TKSU / Setiausaha Bahagian Tenaga Boleh Baharu)
  • Speech by CEO Malaysiakini
10.30 am
  • (2 x Student’s Presentations x 10 min each)
    Setting the Renewable Energy Target: 20% Renewable Energy by 2025
10.50 am
  • Moderator presents Survey Result
11.00 am
  • Panel DIscussion #1
    Setting Renewable Energy Standards
11.45 am
  • Q & A Session #1
12.30 am
  • Lunch
2.00 pm
  • (2 x Student’s Presentations x 10 min each)
    Alternatives of Green Energy
2.20 pm
  • Panel DIscussion #2
    Alternatives of Green Energy that Implementable
4.00 pm
  • Q & A Session #2
4.30 pm
  • Closing Remarks
4.45 pm
  • Event Ends

*The speakers and agenda are subject to change

Limited seats!

Limited seats!