Malaysian clean energy company Gentari aims to generate over five gigawatts of renewable electricity in Australia by 2030.
Gentari Chief Renewables Officer Kian Min Low says his company aims to have between 30 and 40 gigawatts in “stock capacity” of renewable electricity by 2030.
“Gentari is the clean energy subsidiary that’s been established by Petronas.
“We are involved in renewable energy – hydrogen production as well as green mobility.
“In terms of renewable energy, we aim to be a 30 to 40 gigawatt in stock capacity by 2030, so that’s a fairly short time frame for us to achieve our targets.”