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Nov 2017

Press Release: REGTech Sabah 2017

We see increasing interest in the Inaugural Renewable Energy and GreenTech Sabah 2017 (REGTech2017), Conference and Exhibition, said Dolly, the Organising Chairperson and Project Director of Midas Events Management. REGTech2017 will be held on the 13th & 14th November 2017 at Grand Ballroom, Pacific Sutera Hotel, Kota Kinabalu. The 2-Day Conference will cover 16 Topics […]

Nov 2017

Press Release: 120 for Renewable Energy meet on November 13

                More than 120 delegates are expected to attend the inaugural Renewable Energy and GreenTech 2017 (REGTech2017) Conference and Exhibition at Pacific Sutera Hotel, here, from Nov13-14. Organiser Midas Events Management (MEM) project director Dolly Jimayol (pic) said the event themed “Opportunities and Growth in the Renewable Energy and Green Technology Industries in Sabah” is […]

Oct 2017

Malaysia to Issue More Green Sukuk for Infra Projects

Malaysia will issue more green sukuk to finance environmental-friendly infrastructure projects, and subsequently bolster its position as the key driver in the green Islamic financial market. Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili said with a conducive funding ecosystem, the government is confident it can achieve its renewable energy generation […]

Oct 2017

Solar Energy Player Tadau Energy Plans RM250m Green Sukuk

Solar energy company Tadau Energy Sdn Bhd plans to issue up to RM250mil green sukuk and RAM Ratings has assigned a rating of AA3/Stable. The ratings agency said on Thursday the proposed Islamic medium-term notes programme of up to RM250mil in nominal value is the first rated sustainable and responsible investment (SRI) sukuk to be […]

Oct 2017

CM: Sabah Aiming for a Low-Carbon Future

Sabah is moving along the right path in its bid to develop renewable energy amid Malaysia’s quest to become a sustainable and low-carbon country. Sabah Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman said numerous efforts were now being carried out to develop renewable energy by tapping into hydro and biomass resources as alternative energy. “Sabah has […]

Oct 2017

How to Build a Hospital for the People

A lush setting, natural light and ventilation, a comfortable environment, and adaptable staff are what have made Singapore’s Khoo Teck Puat Hospital a special place to get better, architect Jerry Ong tells Eco-Business.   When it rained at the ward tower of Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH), a 590-bed facility in Yishun, Singapore, nurses dashed to close […]

Oct 2017

Sabah Civil Servants’ TN50 Aspirations: Sustainable Development, Environmental Conservation

Sabah civil servants want to see sustainable development and better environmental conservation in the country by 2050. These two aspirations were delivered by participants in the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) dialogue at Universiti Malaysia Sabah, here. Chief Secretary to the Government, Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa, who led the dialogue session, was impressed with the […]

Sep 2017

Sabah Sees Renewable Energy as Way Out of Poverty and Achieving Economic Growth

Sabah sees renewable energy (RE) production as a sustainable way to provide energy access to the people, while promoting efforts at eradicating poverty, achieving social progress and economic growth. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said initiatives to provide the necessary infrastructure for clean and reliable electricity supply can also benefit locals in terms of […]

Sep 2017

Malaysia’s Clean Transport Revolution Shines at Expo 2017

As economic growth raises standards of living in Malaysia, private car ownership has been on the rise among the country’s middle class. The government is pushing for cleaner transport alternatives. Green mobility took centrestage at Malaysia’s showcase of energy efficient and clean modes of transportation at the Expo 2017, a four-month long international exposition on […]

Sep 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 […]