Malaysia is showing signs of accelerating its hydrogen economy, as the three-month-countdown begins to H2 View’s Conference in Kuala Lumpur on December 7.
In an interview with Sinar Daily, newly appointed British High Commissioner to Malaysia Ailsa Terry praised Malaysia’s strides in hydrogen energy, ranking it ahead of the UK and other neighbouring ASEAN countries. “I would like Malaysia to become the energy powerhouse of ASEAN, and I think it can do that,” she said.
She said Malaysia’s Net Zero target is similar to the UK’s, and both countries are working on a “genuine partnership”.
“We’re working with Malaysia on the Climate Change Act and together on the energy transition – I went to Sarawak and couldn’t believe how way ahead of us they are with hydrogen. You should be shouting about this … Malaysia is really leading the way on green issues.”
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