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1. ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN MALAYSIA Sustainable Production and Consumption: Phasing-out Malaysia's Non-Energy Efficient Products
Recent steep electricity tariff increase has led many Malaysians in shock and worried about the cost implication for goods and services. The full impact of tariff increase can only be seen clearly in February bills. Similarly, the current policies for energy efficiency do not give direct benefit for all level of consumers to reduce their electricity consumption either. Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) has conducted a thorough research study in energy efficiency implementation for domestic sector and some cross cutting sectors. This study focused on establishing a proper mechanism to ensure implementation of energy efficiency policies will bring value for money and improve environmental performances. It was a part of Sustainable Production and Consumption Project funded by British High Commission, Kuala Lumpur and the UK Government.

Last Updated : 2014-02-11
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2. ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN MALAYSIA Sustainable Production and Consumption: Phasing-out Malaysia's Non-Energy Efficient Products (Bahasa Malaysia version)
Recent steep electricity tariff increase has led many Malaysians in shock and worried about the cost implication for goods and services. The full impact of tariff increase can only be seen clearly in February bills. Similarly, the current policies for energy efficiency do not give direct benefit for all level of consumers to reduce their electricity consumption either. Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) has conducted a thorough research study in energy efficiency implementation for domestic sector and some cross cutting sectors. This study focused on establishing a proper mechanism to ensure implementation of energy efficiency policies will bring value for money and improve environmental performances. It was a part of Sustainable Production and Consumption Project funded by British High Commission, Kuala Lumpur and the UK Government.

Last Updated : 2014-02-11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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