Malaysia has become home to one of the leading solar PV manufacturers in the international market. There are many companies located within Malaysia that are considered to be major solar PV companies known to produce high quality solar products. This eventually contributed to the growth of the solar panel industry that added to growing Malaysian economy.
Malaysia has a very sophisticated Feed-in Tariff scheme characterized by fair regulations, bank loans that are supportive of the goals of solar panel installations, efficient tax breaks and of course, outstanding facilities and infrastructures. Since then, the Malaysian government continued to become successful in optimizing the solar PV market in Malaysia.
There are several companies in Malaysia that offer Solar PVs. These are as follows:
Q-Cells is a solar cell manufacturer that has gained its reputation into becoming a leader in the PV market. First Solar is located at Kedah Darul Aman. The company provides comprehensive solar PV solutions that mitigates risks and maximizes value for its clients. AU Optronics and SunPower began the construction of a facility being established at Melaka and is said to be completed within the year 2013.
There are also the Japanese giants in the world of electronics. One of these include Panasonic Corporation, which is also one of the latest inventors and establishers in the country in the field of solar PV. The Panasonic Energy Malaysia Sd. Bhd.has a production facility located at Kedah. The said production facility produces Panasonic Heterojunction with Intrinsic Thin-Layer or
The IRM Group Bhd., the same company that acquired the IRM Solar Sdn. Bhd. has also partook in the venture towards the renewable energy industry. They have been granted FiT Approval from the SEDA Malaysia to be able to generate 4MW electric power that commenced on August 2, 2013 and will sustain for 16 years.
A San Jose-based solar company named Twin Creeks, also invested in renewable energy by constructing a high-power solar cell plant in Malaysia located particularly in Ipoh, Kanthan Industrial Area. The total project cost about RM1 billion and was built by the Twin Creeks Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. The facility generates approximately 100MW of electricity. By 2014, the company will increase its production to 500MW by the year 2014.
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