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Hebat sungguh Leftenan Perang kepada Muhyiddin

Semalam dalam kisah kajian tipu-tipu oleh Dato Rais menyatakan  Muhyiddin adalah Perdana Menteri pilihan rakyat.

Dalam carian google semalam telah menjumpai beliau terlibat dengan projek di Perak iaitu Projek Dinar Emas dan Perak. 

Hari ini terjumpa lah kisah hebat beliau yang mendapat projek untuk menjana kuasa elektrik menggunakan tenaga solar.

Sayangnya hari ini beliau tidak lagi bersama Kerajaan of the day tetapi beralih arah menentang kerajaan pimpinan YAB Dato Seri Najib Razak. 

Tindakan beliau boleh lah diibaratkan kacang lupakan kulit atau dapat madu sepah dibuang. Jenis makan berkolam kolam

KUALA LUMPUR: The Red Solar (M) Sdn Bhd (TRS), a Perak SEDC associate company, has signed a shareholders agreement with Silicon Valley-based Twin Creeks Technologies Inc, (TCTI) a leading designer and manufacturer of proprietary next-generation solar cells, to set up a 100MW scalable production facility for photovoltaic solar panels in Perak.
The signing ceremony was completed on Monday at TCTI’s technology centre and corporate headquarters at the Silicon Valley, San Jose, California.
With this, Perak will soon host a cutting-edge photovoltaic (PV) cell production facility involving an initial foreign direct investment of US$75 million (RM249 million) from TCTI to produce 100MW of PV cells per annum by 2012, creating about 1,000 high-tech jobs in the state.
The investment by TCTI was eventually expected to hit US$250 million when the plant hit the 100MW PV cells production, said TRS executive chairman and CEO Datuk Rais Hussin Mohamed Ariff.
TRS would contribute RM39.9 million to the venture in the form of land and infrastructure costs, said Rais Hussin.
He added that the joint venture was the result of a successful Perak trade and investment delegation mission to the Silicon Valley late last year led by the Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Zambry Abdul Kadir.
Founder and CEO of TCTI, Siva Sivaram said TCTI was founded in early 2008 with a simple premise — towards bringing affordable solar energy to all parts of the world without using toxic new materials.
“The team at TCTI feels passionately about solar: we believe that solar energy is the answer to some of the key problems of our times: high energy cost, local energy security and global warming,” he said.
Blessed with an ideal location, well laid-out scenic towns like Ipoh and logistically well-connected to sea ports and the KLIA, Perak is aggressively promoting itself and specifically the Meru MSC-designated area as the preferred location for high-tech industries.
Solar PV production is one such industry that could benefit from what Perak has to offer.Malaysia is situated in the equatorial region with an average radiation of 4,500KWh per square metre and is an ideal location for large-scale solar power installations.
Considering that Malaysia gets on average 4.5 hours to eight hours of free and bountiful sunshine everyday, the potential for solar power generation is very high.
“However, the real harnessing of this renewable energy source is way below its actual potential,” said Rais Hussin. Under the Eighth Malaysia Plan, a target of 5% was set for renewable energy out of the total electricity production but the target has not been achieved.
Several factors contribute to this and these issues are as global and as prevalent in other countries as in Malaysia.
They include a lack of awareness that’s closely tied to the easy availability of fossil fuel and the capital cost of solar coupled with restricted access to finance.
Rais Hussin said TRS was hoping to overcome the latter issues (see the upcoming The Edge June 14, netv@lue2.0 on the financing model TRS hopes to introduce.)
 The eventual production is slated to be 500MW per annum. “The Perak-based facility’s unique proposition is low-cost production without embedding toxic materials in the final product,” added Rais Hussin. Work on the facility is expected to begin within the next three months.
This article appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, June 10, 2010.

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Twin Creeks setting up RM1bil solar cell plant in Perak
Malaysia is currently fine-tuning a blueprint to attract high-value capital intensive investments in solar energy production.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the Government was working on building strong research and development (R&D) to support innovation in the solar production value chain.
Government agencies will provide the necessary support platform to identify research areas, he said before officiating at the ground-breaking ceremony of Twin Creeks Malaysia Sdn Bhd’s RM1bil high-power solar cells production plant in the Kanthan Industrial Area here yesterday.
He said the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry had established a solar R&D laboratory to innovate the next generation thin film and crystalline solar technology.
At the same time, the ministry via Sirim is also establishing a shared solar test centre, which will provide product certification required and lowering the individual cost of establishing solar manufacturing operations, he added.
Muhyiddin pointed out that solar had been identified in Malaysia’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) roadmap as a major growth area for the country.
By 2020, earmarked Entry Point Projects for the solar industry are expected to provide Gross National Income of RM13.9bil and creating 55,000 jobs, he said.
However, it will require about RM28bil in private investments and a further RM2.9bil in public investments, he added.
Muhyiddin said the solar industry has vast potential for growth.
Solar energy is becoming more economically attractive as technology improves and the cost of electricity generated by fossil fuels rises, he said.
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It is more economical in the long run to generate solar power even though the starting cost is high, said Muhyiddin.
Muhyiddin said Malaysia had already attracted several companies manufacturing solar panels and providing raw materials to be used in the industry.
Malaysia is an attractive country as we offer good and customised incentives and we also have adequate skilled manpower, he said.
He also noted that Twin Creeks’ foray into Perak was another development that has potential and that the state could be the hub to produce solar energy in the future.
Twin Creeks Malaysia is a joint venture (JV) between US-based Twin Creeks Technologies Inc, Perak State Development Corp and a state government subsidiary, The Red Solar (M) Sdn Bhd.
Red Solar executive chairman Datuk Rais Hussin Mohamed Ariff said the JV was signed in June this year to manufacture solar cells, using Twin Creeks’ patented technology.
Rais Hussin, who is also Twin Creeks Malaysia chairman and director, said Red Solar would be the exclusive distributor for the solar cells and panels produced by Twin Creeks Malaysia for the country and South-East Asia.
Phase one of the plant would begin with a production capacity of 100 MW in 2012, which would be raised to 500 MW in 2014.
The plant will create 1,000 jobs involving 500 semi-skilled workers, 200 in engineering and the rest in management and supervision.
Twin Creeks Malaysia planned to continue with the second phase construction of the plant in 2015 on 15ha stretching to Perak Hi-Tech Park.

Rais juga mendapat projek solar di Sabah dan Sarawak untuk  Kementerian Pendidikan di bawah Muhyiddin, walaupun harga nya terlampau tinggi berbanding pembekal tenaga yang ada di negeri bawah bayu. Teknologi yang diguna pakai tidak praktikal. Lebih sesuai menggunakan sistem boleh guna dua-dua  solar dan diesel.

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