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Press Release : SEDA MALAYSIA Announces Final 3-Part Release of 500kW Solar Photovoltaic Quota for Individuals
 

Putrajaya, Tuesday (27 August 2013): Sustainable Energy Development Authority Malaysia (SEDA Malaysia) during their Open Raya announces the release of 1,500kW of solar photovoltaic (PV) quota for the individuals in three batches. The first 500kW quota for individual under the Solar Home Rooftop Programme will be released on 28th August 2013 (Wednesday) followed by another 500kW on 4th September 2013 (Wednesday) and 11th September 2013 (Wednesday) at 12 noon.

According to Datin Badriyah Abdul Malek, Chief Executive Officer of SEDA Malaysia, “there will be no more release of any solar PV quota for the individuals for 2013 after 11th September because it is not realistic for these individual Feed-In Approvals Holders (FiAHs) to be able to achieve commercial operation of their PV system by year end”. Datin Badriyah added any renewable energy projects which are supposed to achieve commercial operation by this year and fails to do so will incur further degression to their Feed-In Tariff (FiT) rate as stipulated in their Feed-In Approval (FiA) certificate. It is thus important for all FiAHs  to note for solar PV for the individuals, the degression rate is 8% whilst for the non-individuals, it is 20%.

The full Press Release can be obtained here

 

 
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