Government Incentive For Solar Power in Malaysia

To implement solar PV installation, the government of Malaysia and utility companies such as Tenaga Nasional Berhad offer programs and incentives to encourage more individuals and/or business owners to switch to solar power. These programme and incentives are designed to reward producers and users who adopted the technology. Starting December 2011, Feed in Tariff has…

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…

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…

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…