While the Malaysia Renewable Energy Roadmap 2035 is a strategic roadmap developed by SEDA to pave the way towards realising the national RE target towards the low-carbon power sector, it will also address the energy trilemma of economic growth, energy security and environmental sustainability.
“The Roadmap (formerly known as Renewable Energy Transition Roadmap 2035) aims to strike a balance between environmental targets, preserving affordability and economic benefits. It is also to maintain the security and high reliability of the grid system operation, to deliver reliable and affordable green power to all,” said SEDA Chairman Lukanisman Awang Sauni.
As such, Lukanisman hopes the Roadmap, scheduled for publication this year, will optimise the socio-economic benefits from the development of RE in Malaysia whilst positively contributing towards the global climate-change agenda in decarbonising the power sector for a better and greener future.
Lukanisman also acknowledged the contribution of stakeholders in the development of the Roadmap.
“The stakeholders’ valuable contributions and inputs are much appreciated, and indeed a crucial component to ensure the formulated strategies are realisable and able to unlock the desired outcome and the
socio-economic benefits to the nation.”