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BRIEFING ON NET ENERGY METERING (NEM) SCHEME (SABAH)
 

 

BRIEFING ON NET ENERGY METERING (NEM) SCHEME (SABAH)

*Limit to 2 participants only per company.

 

YB. Datuk Seri Panglima, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water had launched the Net Energy Metering (NEM) scheme on 6th October 2016. This scheme will complement the current Feed-in Tariff (FiT) mechanism to encourage the deployment of Renewable Energy (RE) as meted out in Malaysia Eleventh Plan (RMK-11).

As the implementing agency for the scheme, SEDA will conduct a stakeholder’s engagement to provide highlights on the NEM scheme mechanism. Therefore, we would like to invite members of your esteemed organization to participate the briefing at the following details:

             

                        Venue :          Le Meridien Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah 

                        Date    :           7th November 2016, Monday.

                        Time    :           9 am – 12 pm.

 

Below is the tentative of the program:

 

Time

Programme

8.00 am

Registration & arrival of guests

9.00 am

Welcoming note 

9.15 am

Briefing on the Net Energy Metering scheme

10.15 am

Q&A session

10.30 am

Coffee Break

11.00 am

Dialogue session

12.00 pm

End/ Lunch

 

Registration is free of charge on first come first served basis.

http://www.seda.gov.my/?omaneg=00010100000001010101000100001000000000000000000000&s=2158&details=198Click here to register. 

For more info, feel free to contact Siti Normahfuzah Roshimi (normahfuzah@seda.gov.my) at 03-8870 5897.

Thank you. 

 

BRIEFING ON NET ENERGY METERING (NEM) SCHEME (SABAH)

*Limit to 2 participants only per company.

 

YB. Datuk Seri Panglima, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water had launched the Net Energy Metering (NEM) scheme on 6th October 2016. This scheme will complement the current Feed-in Tariff (FiT) mechanism to encourage the deployment of Renewable Energy (RE) as meted out in Malaysia Eleventh Plan (RMK-11).

As the implementing agency for the scheme, SEDA will conduct a stakeholder’s engagement to provide highlights on the NEM scheme mechanism. Therefore, we would like to invite members of your esteemed organization to participate the briefing at the following details:

             

                        Venue :          Le Meridien Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah 

                        Date    :           7th November 2016, Monday.

                        Time    :           9 am – 12 pm.

 

Below is the tentative of the program:

 

Time

Programme

8.00 am

Registration & arrival of guests

9.00 am

Welcoming note 

9.15 am

Briefing on the Net Energy Metering scheme

10.15 am

Q&A session

10.30 am

Coffee Break

11.00 am

Dialogue session

12.00 pm

End/ Lunch

 

Registration is free of charge on first come first served basis.

For more info, feel free to contact Siti Normahfuzah Roshimi (normahfuzah@seda.gov.my) at 03-8870 5897.

Thank you. 

 
 
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