GREEN ELECTRICITY TARIFF (GET) WILL ASSIST YOU TO ACHIEVE YOUR SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
Now is the time to act! By working together to collectively reduce carbon emissions to zero, we can fight climate change.
Malaysia Green Attribute Tracking System, or mGATS, is a national marketplace for Malaysia Renewable Energy Certificates (mREC).
mGATS transactions comply with international standards and campaigns, such as CDP, GHG Protocol and RE100. The mRECs also meet local Bursa Malaysia Reporting Guide requirements.
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Malaysia Renewable Energy Certificates
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Malaysia Renewable Energy Certificates (mREC)!
MALAYSIA REC (mREC) MECHANISM
Malaysia Renewable Energy Certificate (mREC) represents the delivery of 1 MWh of renewable energy to the grid, and all associated environmental benefits of displacing 1 MWh of conventional power in Malaysia.
Though, mREC is not tradable in Malaysia and is to be redeemed/retired to end customers directly. The owner of the redeemed/retired mREC can claim the rights to the renewable energy generated.
The implementation of mREC will increase market demand for renewable energy. Every purchase of mREC will contribute to more funds for the RE developers to build even more RE generators. Consequently, more RECs will be available in the market and eventually, we will be depending less on brown energy to power up the nation and more on cleaner green energy. That makes our future more sustainable.
If your company has a sustainability target, but green energy is not easily accessible, then mREC is the easiest and cost-effective way to achieve your sustainability goals.
For more info, check out the FAQ on Green Electricity Tariff (GET).
YOUR JOURNEY TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRAL
Measure, track and disclose energy consumption based on metered data. This is the benchmark to plan your goals.
Prioritize energy efficiency to ensure that energy is being consumed efficiently and no wastage.
Meet the remaining demand from renewable energy sources either from on-site generation and/or Malaysia Renewable Energy Certificates (mREC).