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1. SWITCH IT RIGHT - Incandescent (GLS) Phase-Out: Is Malaysia Doing It Right? (BM version)
Due to the nature of its operation, GLS converts electrical energy into light and heat energy. The total energy used in generating light is far lesser compared to generating heat. This makes GLS very inefficient. To justify GLS phase out, Energy Commission (ST) estimates that about 20% of the lamps used in Malaysia are of the incandescent type (GLS) which is 15 million GLS sold annually. They estimated that annual energy savings is about 1,074 GWh and a saving of RM336 million in electricity consumption expenditure by consumers. However, based on statistics AWER obtained from Department of Statistics, annual average of GLS bulbs consumed is only around 2.4 million bulbs between year 2007 - 2011. This is only around 16% of what is claimed by ST. Have the industries duped ST or ST had made a serious miscalculation?

Last Updated : 2012-10-01
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2. SWITCH IT RIGHT - Incandescent (GLS) Phase-Out: Is Malaysia Doing It Right? (Mandarin version)
Due to the nature of its operation, GLS converts electrical energy into light and heat energy. The total energy used in generating light is far lesser compared to generating heat. This makes GLS very inefficient. To justify GLS phase out, Energy Commission (ST) estimates that about 20% of the lamps used in Malaysia are of the incandescent type (GLS) which is 15 million GLS sold annually. They estimated that annual energy savings is about 1,074 GWh and a saving of RM336 million in electricity consumption expenditure by consumers. However, based on statistics AWER obtained from Department of Statistics, annual average of GLS bulbs consumed is only around 2.4 million bulbs between year 2007 - 2011. This is only around 16% of what is claimed by ST. Have the industries duped ST or ST had made a serious miscalculation?

Last Updated : 2012-10-01
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3. SWITCH IT RIGHT - Incandescent (GLS) Phase-Out: Is Malaysia Doing It Right? (English version)
Due to the nature of its operation, GLS converts electrical energy into light and heat energy. The total energy used in generating light is far lesser compared to generating heat. This makes GLS very inefficient. To justify GLS phase out, Energy Commission (ST) estimates that about 20% of the lamps used in Malaysia are of the incandescent type (GLS) which is 15 million GLS sold annually. They estimated that annual energy savings is about 1,074 GWh and a saving of RM336 million in electricity consumption expenditure by consumers. However, based on statistics AWER obtained from Department of Statistics, annual average of GLS bulbs consumed is only around 2.4 million bulbs between year 2007 - 2011. This is only around 16% of what is claimed by ST. Have the industries duped ST or ST had made a serious miscalculation?

Last Updated : 2012-10-01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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