Nuclear energy in Malaysia
As Malaysia has established a nuclear agency with the country has periodically reviewed the nuclear option to meet the increasing demands of energy, there is a need to built nuclear power generation plant, with plans for a nuclear plant are at the feasibility stage. However, due to concern prior from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011, plans to have a nuclear reactor have been postponed with neighbouring Vietnam have made a declaration to ditch their future nuclear energy plans. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Nancy Shukri stated in 2016 that Malaysia will only built their plant after 2030, although the country has meet the requirements based from observations by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
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- Official website – Nuclear agency website
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