Getting Started with Solar Power on Feed in Tariff

Getting started with Solar Power is easy! The following will serve as your guideline on on the basics of Solar Power and the definitions of some of the frequently used keywords: PV Module or also known as a solar panel or photovoltaic panel or photovoltaic module is the one that converts sunlight into electric energy. It comes…

FAQ – Companies

Have questions about the Malaysia’s FiT System? Chances are, you’ll find the answers here! 1.) How’s the Malaysia’s Feed in Tariff System financed by the Malaysian government? Feed in Tariff Malaysia is not funded by the government, it is in fact funded by the electricity consumers. These consumers contribute at least 1% of their total electricity bill…

FAQ – Homeowners

Installing a home solar system gives you, as the homeowner, a chance to generate electricity, which you can then sell to Tenaga Nasional Berhad. However, if you’re new to Renewable Energy, Solar PV and its various forms can really be confusing. The following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we usually see asked about…

Frequently Asked Questions on Grid-Connected Feed in Tariff

If you’re new to Renewable Energy, Solar PV and its various forms can really be confusing. The following are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we usually see asked about Grid-Connected Feed in Tariff: What is grid-connected feed in tariff? Grid-connected RE system is usually located in urban areas, supplying solar electricity…

Feed in Tariff Incentives

To encourage more individuals or more companies to generate Renewable Energy and adopt Energy Efficiency, Malaysian Government has offered attractive incentives to energy producers and users. These incentives include the following: Profit on Generated Electricity Investment Tax Allowance (ITA) Pioneer Status Import Duty or Sales Tax Exemption on spare parts, materials, and etc. FiT Incentives…

FiT Rates

Malaysia Feed in Tariff Rates depends on various factors. Such factors are: The type of RE technology used (whether it’s a small hydro, biogas, biomass, or solar PV) Capacity of the RE technology used RE installation commencement date Whether the RE technology has met any criteria that entitles for an additional bonus FiT rate Solar…

Malaysia Feed in Tariff: RE Quota

In order to guarantee fairer share, SEDA Malaysia has capped the RE Installation capacities, particularly for Solar PV, for different categories. Capping is putting a quota or a limit for 6 months time period for the next 3 years. This 6-month time frame is the period allotted should there be next available set of quotas.…

Feed in Tariff Investment

Feed in Tariff Malaysia has a goal to provide you, as the investor, a guaranteed return on your investment once the system has been installed and accredited. It’s suitable for most properties to have more than one system. The level of your possible returns, however, will still be determined depending on the characteristics of your property…

Home Solar PV Investment Returns

Using a 4kW Solar PV System as an example, you can compute your estimated earning per month through the following computation: 4kWp Solar PV = RM60,000 (CAPEX or capital expenditure) A 4kW Solar BIPV system can generate 400kWh, which will be multiplied to the corresponding FiT rate, to get the amount you can receive from Tenaga…

Becoming a Feed in Approval Holder

To begin generation of up to 30MW of renewable energy, Malaysia has implemented Feed in Tariff (FiT) under the Renewable Policy and Action Plan. It will be managed and administered by SEDA (Sustainable Energy Development Authority) Malaysia, a statutory body formed under the SEDA Act 2011. How to Become a Feed in Approval Holder To…

Applying for FiA (Solar PV Installation)

Feed in Approval for Solar Pv Step by Step Process: The following are the step by step process on how you can apply for Feed in Approval if you’re planning to install Solar PV system: Step 1: Conduct a research on having a Solar PV system installed; make sure that you understand everything you need…

Malaysia’s Feed in Tariff System Overview

Through the years, there’s boundless support for using low-carbon energy sources. However, when the recent renewable energy technologies have entered the electricity market, they’ve been disregarded and are often non-competitive with the existing fossil-fuel based products. Due to this, Feed in Tariff policy was designed to bring renewable energy technologies, particularly solar PV, wind power, and tidal…

Feed in Tariff Malaysia: A Brief History

History of FiT in Malaysia As of 2010, FiT programme has been implemented in more than 50 countries, including Malaysia. Parliament Malaysia has approved a very sophisticated feed in tariff system to develop renewable energy resources. But this did not happen immediately, though. In as early as year 2004, FiT programme has already been introduced…