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Malaysian 1 GW solar project that will include the livestock industry in Sabah

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Published by Mars February 17,2020

    The Malaysian Automotive, Robotics and Internet of Things Institute (MARii) is planning a 1 GW cost efficiency of solar panels project that will include the livestock industry in Sabah, northern Borneo.

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    The institute is jointly owned by Perodua, Malaysia's largest automaker, and another car company, Arus Jaya. The firm confirmed local media reports and told PV Magazine that it had raised $ 50 million for the first 200 MW phase of the project. According to the institute, the solar park will cover an area of 25,000 hectares, and in addition to cost efficiency of solar panels project deployed in barns and warehouses, 150,000 cattle will be grazed here.

cost of making solar panels

    The project will be jointly developed by Korean biomass expert NET Kovina Co, Ltd and Malaysia-Korea joint venture Max Legacy SdnBhd. Representatives of the two companies and MARii staff met with Malaysian Minister of International Trade and Industry Dato 'Darell to discuss specific details of the project.

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