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Power

Malaysia

Nuke or Not?

Malaysia yesterday announced plans to build its first nuclear power plant by 2021, saying it is the only solution to the country’s growing energy needs. The Cabinet has approved in principle,” said Mr Peter Chin, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water. He described Malaysia’s energy mix – half of its power plants run on gas, and the rest on coal and hydro power – as “unhealthy”. Ha! So we might have a nuke power plant 1 year after we…

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Earth Hour 2010

On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people will come together to call for action on climate change by doing something quite simple—turning off their lights for one hour. The movement symbolizes that by working together, each of us can make a positive impact in this fight, protecting our future and that of future generations. This year Earth Hour falls on the 27th of March 2010 at 8.30pm. It is led by WWF Internationally and WWF-Malaysia,here at home. In my…

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Namewee Freaks Out On TNB

Loosing power or water is pissing off (unless you live in a real backward country). Well, if there is a breakdown you can understand it but i would think that a company as big as TNB would have a team to support the consumer who ends up sitting i darkness. What was worst was that the whole bloody town was in darkness but the TNB building was lite up like a lantern! Blogs have had mixed reaction to the blow…

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Malaysia

TNB Power Outage Check

Power outages can be a pain! Coming back to a dark home after a tiring day at work is like being told that you need to sleep in a oven after running a marathon! TNB has a service where you can log onto their website and check out if there is going to be any scheduled outages where you live I got a email saying : There will be power cut (2 – 14 hours) for tenaga to do some…

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Malaysia

Power Strugle

Since March 8th 2008 our nation has been in one heck-u-va political limbo. There have been by elections after by-elections(some natural and some not) there have been change of leadership,there have been hostile take overs and even challenges within parties. As a Malaysian its sick to have such a situation. Yes, we are lucky that we are in a country that does not have war and riots but that does not mean we should be using that as a excuse….

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