Free energy
Green-house gases egression
Ecological contamination


The current global pandemic COVID-19 definitely left a relatively large forceful consequence on humanity's mortality rate and economical records present-day. As reported or stated by the World Health Organization (WHO), the infectious agent gives rise to extreme danger to the wellbeing of a certain prone to death group (elderly people specifically). Nonetheless, there are several dissensions deem to be the cause of the pathogen and its host. The virus has forced most countries to take action by using strict curfew legal guidelines and terminated most operations in industrial and entertainment centres. The objective of this detailed critical inspection is to exhibit the inherent capacity for coming into being effective consequences of the virus towards ecology together with extending inexhaustible free power source technology. Malaysia took measures against COVID-19 by carrying out Movement Control Order (MCO) earlier in March 2020. The enforcement having to do with the MCO implicates a decrease in the contamination percentage, specifically pollution of the atmosphere. The greenhouse gas (GHG) egression, which was once 8 Mt CO2 eq. dated 2020 beginning out of January until March, made less in amount or degree to less than 1 Mt CO2 eq. in April at the same time as May. This decrease in greenhouse gas emissions along with toxic gas permitted an increase of rays of the sun to come through photovoltaic panels, thus improving the infinite free energy technology in Malaysia.


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