Micro-hydro and decentralized green energy goals set in Borneo

Mongabay: The first ever meeting of the Southeast Asia Renewable Energy People’s Assembly (SEAREPA) ended with agreement on 12 future projects, including developing community micro-hydro power and pushing for new policies on decentralized renewable energy in the region. Held in Malaysian state of Sabah on the island, the meeting brought together 130 people from some 80 different groups. "At this first SEAREPA, we drew diverse groups. We now have to ask ourselves where we wish to invest that positive energy,"......

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