Malaysia is lagging behind its regional peers when it comes to AC charging stations and DC fast-charging stations and the lack of incentives is to blame. The country now aims to have 1,000 DC rapid charging stations in the next four years.
News, indicators and facts of the work of the Green Fiscal Policy Network and our partners in Malaysia.
Southeast Asia’s economy is set to lose trillions over the next 50 years if it does not significantly reduce its carbon emissions, a Deloitte report found.
Few countries in the region have tied green components to their stimulus packages, which contain some environmentally harmful measures. Green recovery policies and strategies can help put a country on the path to economic recovery while bringing environmental and sustainability benefits.
Don’t criticize petrol subsidy for the sake of it, says Malaysian minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
07.11.2018 – The Malaysian Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister is calling to stop criticizing the implementation of a new multi-tiered petrol subsidy system and instead
17 October 2018 – The Malaysian federal government wants all states to begin imposing a pollution charge on plastic bags used in hypermarkets, chain stores and
On 2 September 2013, Malaysia’s Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced that the price of diesel and RON95 gasoline would increase by 20 sen
This Policy Research working paper is a product of the Energy and Extractives Global Practice Group at the World Bank Group. The paper provides an
This guide discusses the costs and benefits of energy subsidies in Malaysia. The guide discusses the size of subsidies to different energy types, the segments of