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What’s Solar PV

The concept of harnessing the power of the sun’s rays dates back to the 7th century BC years when magnifying glasses were used to make fire and reportedly burn ants! However, it wasn’t until 1839 when the photovoltaic effect was first discovered by a young French scientist, Edmond Becquerel. The photovoltaic effect is the underlying process by which solar panels work, and hence, Becquerel is credited with being the inventor of solar panels.

The Becquerel effect

At the tender age of 19, Becquerel coated electrodes with silver chloride (AgCl) and silver bromide (AgBr) in an acidic solution, which generated voltage and current. Thanks to Becquerel’s experiments, the photovoltaic effect is sometimes referred to as the “Becquerel effect”.

History of Solar Energy
We are thankful to Edmond Becquerel who had the audacity to fool around in his father’s laboratory and understand the photovoltaic effect. However, there have been many significant events and milestones that timeline the history of solar energy from Becquerel’s discovery to the present day.
Edmond Becquerel discovers the photovoltaic effect Becquerel generates electricity by using sunlight.
Selenium used to create electric current
English Professor William Grylls Adams and his student Richard Evans Day bear witness to the photovoltaic effect in action after exposing selenium to light and producing an electric current.

However, Adams’ selenium solar cells didn’t generate enough electricity from the sunlight it captured. Nevertheless, it was a big step forward; Adams and Day had managed to generate electricity without moving parts.
Solar panels first installed on a rooftop
Solar panels were first installed on roofs in 1884. For reference, this was a dozen years before the launch of the modern Olympics, and 17 years before the Federation of Australia.
Solar in Malaysia
Suria 1000
The Suria 1000 programme aims to install a minimum of 1 MW of PV for residential and commercial applications
Feed in Tariff
Malaysia’s Feed-in Tariff (FiT) system obliges Distribution Licensees (DLs) to buy from Feed-in Approval Holders (FIAHs) the electricity produced from renewable resources (renewable energy) and sets the FiT rate. The DLs will pay for renewable energy supplied to the electricity grid for a specific duration. By guaranteeing access to the grid and setting a favourable price per unit of renewable energy, the FiT mechanism would ensure that renewable energy becomes a viable and sound long-term investment for companies industries and also for individuals.

2016 - NEM

2019 - NEM 2.0

The Government has introduced the Net Energy Metering Scheme in November 2016 with a quota allocation of 500 MW up to the year 2020 to encourage Malaysia’s Renewable Energy (RE) uptake. The concept of NEM is that the energy produced from the solar PV installation will be consumed first, and any excess will be exported to TNB at the prevailing displaced cost.

To encourage NEM uptake, the NEM 2.0 was introduced on 1st January 2019, and the true net energy metering concept was adopted, allowing excess solar PV generated energy to be exported back to the grid on a “one-on-one” offset basis. The NEM scheme was executed by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA), regulated by the Energy Commission (EC), with Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) Malaysia as the Implementing Agency (IA). The 500MW quota under the NEM 2.0 has been fully subscribed by 31st December 2020.

Due to the overwhelming response from the PV industry and to boost the usage of Solar energy, the Energy and Natural Resources Minister, via a press statement by KeTSA on 29th December 2020, has introduced the new Net Energy Metering 3.0 programme (NEM 3.0) to provide more opportunities to electricity consumers to install solar PV systems on the roofs of their premises to save on their electricity bill.

According to the media statement released by the YAB Ministry of Energy Transition and Water Transformation (PETRA) on 26th January 2024, the NEM 3.0 program will continue with an additional quota offer of 100MW for NEM Rakyat and 300MW for NOVA. The NEM 3.0 quota offer period will run until December 2024 or until all quotas are allocated, whichever comes first. The NEM 3.0 will be in effect from 2021 to 2024, and the total quota allocation is up to 1450 MW. The NEM 3.0 will be divided into the following three (3) new initiatives/categories:

Initiative/Categories Quota Application (MW) Quota Opening Date
NEM Rakyat Programme 250MW 1st February 2021 - 31st December 2024
NEM GoMEn Programme (Government Ministries and Entities) 100MW 1st February 2021 31st December 2024
NOVA Programme (Net Offset Virtual Aggregation) 1100MW 1st April 2021 31st December 2024
About Us
Provide Eco-friendly Energy Solutions

In 2019, during a visit to China, a realization dawned upon the increasing demand for energy, driven by the surging popularity of electric vehicles, the advent of Industry 4.0, and the introduction of robotic arms in various sectors. Recognizing the pressing need for sustainable energy solutions, our journey into the realm of solar power commenced in 2020, coinciding with the conclusion of the Net Energy Metering (NEM) 2.0 program, despite the challenges posed by the Movement Control Order (MCO).

Since then, our commitment to pioneering clean energy initiatives has propelled us forward. Over this period, we have actively engaged with and successfully completed numerous rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) projects. These ventures not only showcase our dedication to providing eco-friendly energy solutions but also signify our role in fostering a sustainable future amidst a rapidly evolving energy landscape.

Our Vision
A world electrified, where life blooms with affordable and clean energy.
Our Mission
Elevating customer experience through peace of mind and precision in data delivery.
Make Every Life Bloom
Our Company Core Value

1. Customer First - 客
2. Safety Priority - 安
3. Integrity - 诚
4. Continuous breakthrough - 进
5. Teamwork - 团结一心