In Malaysia, climate changes pose a challenge to the country’s water resource management and security, coastal resources,

agriculture and food supply, urban and infrastructure resilience, public health, as well as forestry and biodiversity. 

Net Zero Target

Compared to
Business-as-usual (BAU)

Gas and oil become the dominant of TPES, and coal has increased by 2.46% from 885,276 TJ in 2020 to 907,663 TJ in 2021 [1].

[1] IEA: The total energy supply by source

Oil products are the largest consumers in TFEC, and it has been increasing gradually since 2000, mainly due to high demand from the transport sector. Whereas electricity is the second largest consumer of the end users. Malaysia’s Coal Consumption was reported at 21.122 million TOE in Dec 2018 [2].

[2] CEIC: Malaysia Coal Consumption

NDC Document

Source : UNFCCC NDC Registry – Malaysia
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Malaysia intends to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity of GDP by 45% by 2030 relative to the emissions intensity of GDP in 2005. This consist of 35% on an unconditional basis and a further 10% is condition upon receipt of climate finance, technology transfer and capacity building from developed countries.

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