Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Green Energy for Malaysia

I really think green energy is cool.

Countries going for green energy, are giving an impression of how civilised and environmentally friendly they are.

Green and renewable energy technology, such as hydro-electric, windmills, biomass and solar powered generators are not easily found in Malaysia.

Apparently, developed countries with green technology, will never share it for charity.

This has made me wonder, if they are so interested in saving the world and fighting climate change, the technology should be transferred only at cost, not premium to third world and developing countries.

Then only I will see them as civilised people.

If not, they are just capitalysts who are only interested in making money out of noble things.

Maybe Malaysians should create their own green technology with the knowledge they have.

I'm sure we are not that stupid in believing that the West are the only people who have this technology. We also, can be inventors.

I'm not asking people to create a new energy, but rather using the technology that is currently available and improvise it.

Plagiarism?

You can say the same for iPad. Tablet PCs have been around since 1985!

4 comments:

ninoamigo said...

Green and renewable energy technology, such as hydro-electric, windmills, biomass and solar powered generators are not easily found in Malaysia.

I tend to disagree strongly. Malaysia already harnesing hydro, biomass and solar PV energy in our national Renewable Energy portfolio. The question is not about the technology or cost, we lack the political will and forward thinking.

Did you learn that son-of-tun-razak is planning to have nuclear in Msia? this is a very bad move. it is liken to start smoking to reduce weight. solving a problem with another problem.

haiz...

Jeg said...

hydro for TNB only projecting a mere 6.3% from 2009 yearly financial report.

Solar power almost negligible.

http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2009/10/31/business/5011674&sec=business

and what's wrong with nuclear power plants? we have them in UK as well.

Ppl's perception. nuclear = meltdown.

but im not a fan myself. coz it's not renewable and can be expensive because of the technology.

Anonymous said...

There's nothing wrong with nuclear power plants.
The only problem is making sure that the waste is stored properly and changing the public perception about nuclear reactors.
Wind generation is almost a no-go in malaysia due to our very low daily average wind speed.

kiki Solar Girl said...

Great to found another blog talking about green energy in malaysia..To go green,RE,use efficient machine and so many ways to improve in our living as well.
feel free to visit my green blog as well..More green stuffs & technology sharing platform..