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Renewable Energy Sources in Malaysia

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Renewable Energy Sources in Malaysia Today, vitality challenge ended up being a grave risk to supportable improvement in creating nations since their vitality needs is expanding more rapidly than cutting edge nations. On the opposite side, petroleum derivative burning can't keep up longer within a reasonable time-frame as a result of the ecological effect and the decrease of assets. Malaysia is encountering sensational development of populace and the economy and need to scan for alternatives vitality sources on the side of its occupants and business vitality needs. Fourth-biggest vitality source on the planet is biomass and was wealthy in the nations. Malaysia favoured with the tropical timberlands and sodden atmosphere at all year which is a brilliant open door for full abuse of rural and tropical downpour woods conceivable. Term of waste-to-riches has been begun toward the finish of 1990, and it has gotten normal. This thought depends on unfortunate waste that is changed over into valuable vitality while limiting waste age and to build the monetary effect utilized principally for cooking, for warming and power. By and by, facilitated endeavours and distinctive biomass vitality plans are convinced by the legislature for development, commercialization and exhibit.Malaysia covers a landmass of 329,847 square kilometres which comprise of two areas; Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo which are isolated by the South China Sea. With its populace development of 1.7% – 1.6% per annum, Malaysia is making a beeline for its administration's vision to turn into a "humane industrialized country by year 2020" and with such aspiring vision, the development of Science and Technology is persistently growing consequently adding to expand need of vitality.Malaysia depends on non-sustainable power source and is presently wandering into sustainable power source. There are various recognized sustainable power sources, for instance solar power, hydro power, oil palm biomass and waste materials which are being utilized and further examinations are being directed to improve its quality and execution. The use of sustainable power source has added to decreased contamination to the earth, cost sparing – less expensive wellspring of vitality and doesn't diminish the normal sources. As a creating nation, Malaysia's populace keeps on developing and live progressively vitality subordinate lives the eventual fate of vitality supply is developing. Recently, new wellspring of vitality shows the current possibilities of vitality assets particularly biomass and afterward the future commitments to the national vitality age in Malaysia.Malaysia creates and uses both ordinary and sustainable wellsprings of vitality. The biggest customary vitality asset found in Malaysia is oil (for example oil and gas). As per the Oil and Gas Journal (OGJ), Malaysia held demonstrated oil stores of 4 billion barrels as of January 2010, and its oil saves are accounted for to be the third most elevated in the Asia-Pacific district. Malaysia was the world's tenth biggest holder of natural gas saves in 2010 and the second biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas after Qatar in 2009. OGJ states that Malaysia held 83 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of demonstrated petroleum gas holds as of January 2010. Coal stores can likewise be found in Malaysia. However, just a little rate is being mined. Malaysia is a noteworthy oil and natural gas maker and is deliberately situated in the midst of significant courses for the seaborne vitality exchange. Malaysia's oil saves are the third most elevated in the Asia-Pacific district after China and India.The most significant wellsprings of sustainable power source in Malaysia are biomass and solar and reasonable utilization of vitality has been underscored in the nation's advancement designs and bolstered by Government initiatives. Under the tenth Malaysia Plan, the Government will present the feed-in tariff (FiT) of 1% to be fused into the power duties of customers to help the advancement of sustainable power source. Figure below shows the planned increase in renewable energy capacity.      more

Electric Car Innovation towards 'Flying Car'

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All-electric vehicles (EVs) have an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine. The vehicle uses a large traction battery pack to power the electric motor and must be plugged in to a charging station or wall outlet to charge. Because it runs on electricity, the vehicle emits no exhaust from a tailpipe and does not contain the typical liquid fuel components, such as a fuel pump, fuel line, or fuel tank. Key Components of an All-Electric CarBattery (all-electric auxiliary): In an electric drive vehicle, the auxiliary battery provides electricity to power vehicle accessories. Charge port: The charge port allows the vehicle to connect to an external power supply in order to charge the traction battery pack. DC/DC converter: This device converts higher-voltage DC power from the traction battery pack to the lower-voltage DC power needed to run vehicle accessories and recharge the auxiliary battery. Electric traction motor: Using power from the traction battery pack, this motor drives the vehicle's wheels. Some vehicles use motor generators that perform both the drive and regeneration functions. On board charger: Takes the incoming AC electricity supplied via the charge port and converts it to DC power for charging the traction battery. It monitors battery characteristics such as voltage, current, temperature, and state of charge while charging the pack. Power electronics controller: This unit manages the flow of electrical energy delivered by the traction battery, controlling the speed of the electric traction motor and the torque it produces. Thermal system (cooling): This system maintains a proper operating temperature range of the engine, electric motor, power electronics, and other components. Traction battery pack: Stores electricity for use by the electric traction motor. Transmission (electric): The transmission transfers mechanical power from the electric traction motor to drive the wheels. Fueling with electricity offers some advantages not available in conventional internal combustion engine vehicles. Because electric motors react quickly, EVs are very responsive and have very good torque.  EVs are often more digitally connected than conventional vehicles, with many EV charging stations providing the option to control charging from a smartphone app. Just like a smartphone, you can plug in your EV when you get home and have it ready for you to use the next morning.  Since the electric grid is available almost anywhere, there are a variety of options for charging: at home, at work or on the road. By charging often, you may never need to go to a gas station again! But EVs provide more than just individual benefits.  EVs can help the United States have a greater diversity of fuel choices available for transportation.  The U.S. used nearly nine billion barrels of petroleum last year, two-thirds of which went towards transportation.  Our reliance on petroleum makes us vulnerable to price spikes and supply disruptions. EVs help reduce this threat because almost all U.S. electricity is produced from domestic sources, including coal, nuclear, natural gas, and renewable sources. EVs can also reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change and smog, improving public health and reducing ecological damage. Charging your EV on renewable energy such as solar or wind minimizes these emissions even more. See the difference  in emissions between a conventional vehicle and an EV using the calculator on the right. Learn more about how EVs reduce pollution and their life cycle emissions.    more
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Electric Car Innovation towards 'Flying Car'

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Renewable Energy Sources in Malaysia

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