SEB to lead feasibility study of hydrogen fuel cells in Malaysia

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Energy company will be researching fuel cell technology Sarawek Energy Berhad (SEB), an energy company based in Malaysia, will be leading a feasibility study concerning the use of hydrogen fuel cells. The company intends to discover how these energy systems can be put to use for various energy purposes. The Malaysian government is aiding the feasibility study as many government agencies have an interest in using clean energy to generate clean electricity. Government continues to show strong interest in clean technology SEB believes that its research into hydrogen fuel cells…

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New solar energy systems goes live in Malaysia

10 MW solar power plant is now online in Malaysia thanks to Amcorp Power and Yingli Solar Malaysia’s largest solar energy system has come online and is generating power for the country. The Gemas power plant is located in Negri Sembilan and was developed by Amcorp Power, making use of photovoltaic technology produced by Yingli Solar, one of China’s largest photovoltaic manufacturers. Yingli Solar provided more than 40,000 of is solar modules to the project, which boasts of a maximum energy capacity of 10 megawatts. The project encompasses some 13…

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