Inroduction for Energy Demand

Original Text: Inroduction for Energy Demand


As a developing country, Malaysia is highly desired to plan, thus implement various beneficial matters to ensure political stability, establishment on economic and social status. This will encourage an increment on the Malaysia population for both citizenship statuses of Malaysian and Non Malaysian to stay, learn and work in Malaysia. This shows that Malaysia is the attractive country for insiders and outsiders to take interest on various aspects in Malaysia. The interest of the insiders and outsiders may perform as the investors on various sectors such as industrial, education, tourism and health sectors. These will encourage the growing of population and activities in Malaysia, thus the need of electricity usage and consumption may increase from year to year to support the possible demand in a year.

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As a developing country, Malaysia desires greatly to plan, and implement several beneficial projects to ensure political stability, and improve the economy and society. These improvements will encourage the Malaysian population, both citizens and non-Malaysians, to stay, learn and work in Malaysia. This will show that Malaysia is an attractive country for both insiders and outsiders to take an interest in.

This interest may lead to investments in various sectors including; industrial, education, tourism and health. These will encourage the growing of the population and activities in Malaysia, meaning that electricity usage and consumption may increase from year to year to meet the new demands.

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