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12
Aug 2017

DBKK to Formulate Green Building Guideline

City Hall is seriously looking into formulating a guideline on green building, said Mayor Datuk Yeo Boon Hai. He said the guideline is important towards saving energy on keeping buildings cooler. “I would like the building industry professionals to study ways to better insulate buildings, to avoid excessive heat gain from the sun, to allow cross […]

11
Aug 2017

7 Corporations Going Green to Boost Their Bottom Lines

This article is extracted from Inverse. Written by Eleanor Cummins. Historically, multinational corporations have been the target of environmental activists: Faceless, gas-guzzling conglomerates blatantly pursuing profits are hard to love, or persuade to change. But slowly, a few companies that rule large parts of the world and our lives are becoming shining examples, not out of concern over […]

08
Aug 2017

Green Tech Financing Scheme To Continue With RM5bil Funding

The Green Technology Financing Scheme (GTFS) will continue until 2022 with the Government approving a RM5bil allocation, said Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Maximus Johnity Ongkili. “An allocation of RM5bil has been approved for the second round of the scheme to start in 2018 and end in 2022′,” he said after a […]

30
Jul 2017

JA Solar Supplies Malaysia’s Sabah Solar Plant

  The utility-scale solar project in Sabah, Malaysia is expected to resolve the power shortage problem in the state. China’s JA Solar Holdings Co. Ltd will supply 50MW(AC) modules for Malaysia’s first utility-scale solar project. The 50MW utility-scale inaugural project in Sabah marks a milestone in solar energy development in Malaysia. The project has gained […]

20
Jul 2017

Sabah Looks to Wind and Solar Energy to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Sabah’s renewable energy potential will be fully utilised to lessen its dependence on fossil fuels. Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili said the Federal Government sought to exploit solar and wind energy to reduce fuel subsidies for diesel-fired power generation by Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd. Currently, between RM450mil and RM600mil is […]

15
Jul 2017

ENGIE and Sime Darby announce Partnership to Develop Solar Energy & Integrated Facilities Management Services in Malaysia

French Group ENGIE, a global energy player, and Sime Darby, a Malaysia-based diversified multinational corporation, announced today that they will co-develop business opportunities in solar energy and high-end, state-of- the-art integrated facilities management services. Two non-binding partnership agreements were signed today in Kuala Lumpur, as part of French President Hollande’s visit to Southeast Asia, covering Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, from […]