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Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) has conducted series of passive, active and interactive consultations on the Low Carbon Lifestyle with various stakeholders. The findings of the studies were carefully researched and matched with short term and long term plans. This implementation model coded 3C50 is a detailed planning developed by AWER to assist Malaysia in achieving Low Carbon Lifestyle.

To lead a low carbon lifestyle, all members of public and businesses need tools and assistance. AWER brings forth CLICK to Low Carbon Lifestyle, an online platform for Malaysians to make sustainable steps easier.

We thank British High Commission, Kuala Lumpur and the UK Government in supporting our first part of the 3C50 implementation.

"FRIENDSHIP" BETWEEN WATER AND ENERGY

LETTER TO EDITOR

Date: 21st March 2014 (FRIDAY)

WORLD WATER DAY CELEBRATION ON 22ND MARCH 2014 - "FRIENDSHIP" BETWEEN WATER AND ENERGY

World Water Day is celebrated every 22nd March. It is to mark the importance of water particularly to humans. It is part of Decade for Water (2005 - 2015) activity.... Read More..

MORE THAN RM 42 BILLION WILL NOT BE TAKEN FROM DOMESTIC CONSUMERS' POCKETS BETWEEN 2025 AND 2030 IF GOVERNMENT IMPLEMENTS PROPER ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICIES

PRESS RELEASE

Date: 11th February 2014 (TUESDAY)

MORE THAN RM 42 BILLION WILL NOT BE TAKEN FROM DOMESTIC CONSUMERS' POCKETS BETWEEN 2025 AND 2030 IF GOVERNMENT IMPLEMENTS PROPER ENERGY EFFICIENCY POLICIES

Recent steep electricity tariff increase has led many Malaysians in shock and worried about the cost.... Read More..

LETS START WITH KeTTHA TO REDUCE GOVERNMENT'S OPERATIONAL COST

PRESS RELEASE - 13th January 2014 (MONDAY) LETS START WITH KeTTHA TO REDUCE GOVERNMENT'S OPERATIONAL COST Step 1: Actual Engineering Based Energy Efficiency Methods Should Be Deployed To Reduce Government's Electricity Bill   The Prime Minister has outlined 11 austerity measures to reduce government's operational cost. One of it was to reduce electricity cost by 5% for all government agencies.   The government should not waste tax payers' money in getting enrolled in Energy Performance Contracting (EPC). Energy auditors are actually certified by an agency under Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA). By outsourcing this work, KeTTHA is admitting that the government is incompetent of carrying out their own energy audits. The existence of.... Read More..

PRESS RELEASE: FORM RCI TO SOLVE IPP AND PPA ISSUES THAT ARE HAUNTING MALAYSIA'S ECONOMY AND THE PEOPLE ONCE AND FOR ALL

PRESS RELEASE Date: 12th December 2013 (THURSDAY) FORM RCI TO SOLVE IPP AND PPA ISSUES THAT ARE HAUNTING MALAYSIA'S ECONOMY AND THE PEOPLE ONCE AND FOR ALL Why KeTTHA Mislead Public and Businesses on Extension of First Generation IPPs' PPA? Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) came across statement issued by Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) to the Chinese media on 7th December 2013. KeTTHA's statement on "First generation Independent Power Producers (IPP) also successfully extended the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with lower levelised tariff compared to the original levelised tariff via fair bidding, and the levelised tariff is even lower than the levelised tariff of new power plant" (第一代的独立发电厂也已成功的经过公平竞爭的方式,比原来更低廉的价格延长电供合约,甚至比新发电厂的电供价格更低。).... Read More..

PRESS RELEASE: IS THE GOVERNMENT PASSING ACTUAL AND EFFICIENT COST TO ELECTRICITY TARIFF?

PRESS RELEASE Date: 1st December 2013 (SUNDAY)   IS THE GOVERNMENT PASSING ACTUAL AND EFFICIENT COST TO ELECTRICITY TARIFF?   Based on World Bank's data, Malaysia's average annual increase in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) between year 2004 and 2011 is 4.88%. According to National Energy Balance 2011, average annual increase in Primary Energy Demand is 4.1% and average annual increase for electricity demand is 4.88% between year 2004 and 2011. This is evidently showing that Malaysia's GDP growth is heavily dependent on energy and it is not a very sustainable and healthy growth.   Malaysian government has been neglecting energy efficiency for decades. In the 10th Malaysia Plan, government pledged to increase its commitment to energy efficiency and stronger governance.... Read More..

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