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Nuclear Power Energy Vs TNB

Murali Palani
Posted : Friday, 27th March 2020, 12:19:PM
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Malaysian View Towards Nuclear Power Energy as a substitution (TNB)

Fajranaldi Teuku
Posted : 14th April 2020, 05:06:PM
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From a general view standpoint, as long as the electrical power is affordable, safe and stable, we are just fine with anything xD

Murali Palani
Posted : 17th April 2020, 12:02:PM
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Malaysia considered nuclear energy as an option for future electricity generation on the 26th of June 2009.  Malaysia decided that atomic energy would be one of the fuel options for electricity generation after 2020 and the nuclear power project decisions made in the National Energy Policy of the 10th Malaysia Plan. The oil price boom in 2007 – 2008 was the crucial moments for most of the policymakers in ASEAN member countries, including Malaysia. Government consider reducing dependence on fossil fuels by shifting to other renewable energy resources.  

    Official commitment towards developing nuclear power generation in Malaysia planned in the Economic  Transformation  Programme, “EPP  11:  Deploying Energy for  Power Generation”  by  Performance Management and Delivery Unit of the Prime Minister Department, including the establishment of Malaysia  Nuclear Power  Cooperation as first  Nuclear Energy  Programme  Implementing Organization in Malaysia.

Nurul Ain Syifaa Yaakob
Posted : 17th April 2020, 04:29:PM
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Is it safe for us to implement nuclear plant and generate electricity from it? As what I know, we already get high contribution of electricity from solar plant. So do we still need nuclear power plant?