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Nuclear plant vs Hydro dam vs Fossil fuel powerplant vs Green energy

I arrange the risk to CO2 climate warming from low to high.

1. Green energy

2. Nuclear energy

3. Hydro energy

4. Fossil fuel energy

Sweden with an ambitious goal of phasing out fossil fuel by 2020 has to depend on nuclear energy and hydro power to cut down CO2 emission from fossil fuel burning.

100% dependent on green energy is still a long journey to go and the impending challenge is to stop global warming from CO2 before it’s too late.

Sweden and France are using a mix of alternative energy sources from nuclear, hydro, wind, sun, etc. to cut down CO2 emission. The mix of various sources of energy is only viable solution with the current technology.

The funny thing is Green Perkasa in Malaysia against hydro dams and nuclear plants, but accept fossil fuel burning for their green utopia in Malaysia.

I’m no longer respect the Green Perkasa for their aimless and madness in green struggle, they are a bunch of idiots with no brain to understand fossil fuel burning is going to destroy the earth first than other sources of energy.

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Darren says:

The family of former PM Pak lah was linked today to a company that supplies the controversial digital electricity meters to TNB alleged to have hiked up energy consumption bills and gained the national utility company billions of ringgit in profit.

Noor Asiah Mahmood, who is the younger sister to Pak Lah’s first wife, the late Tun Endon Mahmood, owns Ombata-Ambak Holdings Sdn Bhd, which has a 15% share in Malaysian Intelligence Meters Sdn Bhd, the latter which is one of 5 companies contracted by TNB to supply the new digital meters.

Wai Kin says:

my electric bill has increased by almost 25% since the digital metre is installed. This is serious as it affect millions of consumers paying higher electricity bills.

Not sure if it is like AES where some collection goes to the contractors too, therefore the hike?

Aidil Yunus says:

The replacement of new meter is just another CLASSIC example of rent-seeking business by BN …as they don’t even try to think hard to make new business !! So this is how they pay for the BR1M ! Give you RM500 for one time, but rob you many many times.

Azuan says:

Don’t abuse the word Perkasa.
Perkasa is for malay rights, not on green issues.
How do you like me to associate chinese NGO with something else?

nkkhoo says:

Blocking Penang Bridge is Malay rights?

For many Chinese like me, Perkasa is a lawless NGO.