Malaysia is planning to use Nuclear Energy by the year 2023!
This is due to the high cost of natural gas and fossil fuels therefore the government seeks to explore other alternatives and Nuclear energy appears to top the list.
Eighty five percent of electricity generated in the nation is produced by fossil fuels such as natural gas, oil and coal.
Currently, there is no nuclear power generation plant in Malaysia and neither is there a plan to embark on a nuclear power programme in the foreseeable future. The only nuclear reactor in the country is a 1 megawatt-thermal research reactor owned and operated by Nuclear Malaysia.
Why not explore the potential of wind (power) turbines, solar power and biofuel which will be cleaner and less hazardous???
My favourite is wind power or solar energy......