What types of alternative energy generation does Malaysia/Borneo currently have in place? And could it be expanded to meet their growing electricity needs?



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    In Borneo, studies have found that using biomass waste from its extensive oil palm plantations could provide lots of energy while being cost competitive with coal. Hydropower is also cost-competitive, while geothermal was found to be slightly more expensive than coal.

    In Malaysia, solar and wind power could be reasonably implemented, since the country has sunlight most of the year and has winds from the South China Sea.

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