Innovation in the Malaysian Waste-to-Energy Sector: Applications with Global Potential
Benjamin K. Sovacool and
Ira Martina Drupady
The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 5, 29-41
Malaysia's innovations in electricity generation from waste incineration, landfill gas capture, and conversion of palm oil mill effluent and empty fruit bunches offer global lessons for converting trash and biomass into usable energy.
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