M'sia needs RM350b to RM400b investments to hit net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 — Bursa chairman



Malaysia would require cumulative investments of RM350 billion to RM400 billion in its effort to become a nation with zero-greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

马来西亚将需要累计投资 3500 亿至 4000 亿令吉,以努力在 2050 年成为温室气体零排放的国家。


Most of the investment would go mainly to the energy sector, which will account for 0.8% of gross domestic product per annum by 2050, Bursa Malaysia Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar said while speaking at the Invest Malaysia: Pivoting for the Future conference on 14th September.

大马交易所主席Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar 9 月 14 日在“投资大马:为未来转型”会议上表示,大部分投资将主要用于能源领域,到 2050 年,能源领域将占国内生产总值的 0.8%。


“From this perspective, the financial and capital markets have an important role to play,” he said.



He cited Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob's announcement last September that Malaysia is committed to be a net-zero greenhouse gas emissions nation as early as 2050.

他引用首相Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob去年 9 月宣布,马来西亚承诺最早在 2050 年成为温室气体净零排放国家。


Steps taken to achieve this goal include continued investment in public transportation, tax incentives to promote electric vehicles, and the commitment to phasing out coal.



“This commitment is further reinforced by the Malaysia Renewable Energy Roadmap 2022-2035, developed by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources,” Abdul Wahid said.

能源和自然资源部制定的 2022-2035 年马来西亚可再生能源路线图进一步加强了这一承诺,”Abdul Wahid说。