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Message from H.E. Luc Vandebon Head of Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia............................................................. 4
YB Dato’ Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water Malaysia.......................................................... 5
Green Technology Foreword Thomas Brandt Head of Environment, Energy and Green Technology (EEGT) Committee........................................ 7 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, without the prior written permission of EUMCCI. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this book, the authors and publisher accept no responsibility for any errors it may contain, or for any loss, financial or otherwise, sustained by any person using this publication. Published by: EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry Suite 3.03, Level 3, Menara Atlan 161B Jalan Ampang 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2162 6298 Fax: +603 2162 6198 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Website: www.eumcci.com This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of EUMCCI and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
Policy Recommendations by EUMCCI Energy, Environment and Green Technology (EEGT) Committee........................................ 8
City in a Digital Nutshell................................................. 24
IGEM 2012 – EU Pavilion Participating Companies................................................. 27
Key EEGT Organisations................................................ 77
EU Pavilion Lucky Draw Sponsors............................. 70 Air France KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Kiehl’s (L’Oreal Malaysia) Maersk Malaysia Sdn Bhd The Andaman, Langkawi (Starwood Hotels & Resorts) The Frangipani Langkawi
Useful Contacts in Malaysia EUMCCI EEGT Committee Contacts............................. 88
Embassies of EU Countries in Malaysia......................... 88
Useful Contacts............................................................. 90
Enhancing the EU-Malaysia Business Dialogue and Cooperation in Services Sector.................................. 92
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H.E. Mr. Luc Vandebon Head of Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia The EU will again be an important actor at the 2012 International Green Technology and Eco-Product Exhibition and Conference in Malaysia (IGEM). The EU Pavilion this year will boast over 50 companies from 9 EU countries surpassing our participation in 2011 and for the third time, the EU will be the single largest exhibitor at the Fair. Our increasing presence time after time at IGEM is not by chance; it is a result of our increasingly close cooperation with the Government of Malaysia and its private sector throughout the year. Of note, in April the EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce & Industry, organised our first EU-supported trade mission to the Czech Republic and Poland. In addition to presenting commercial opportunities to the participating Malaysian companies, it was also a chance for Government officials to gain insights as regards the expertise, experience and the knowledge held by European administrations in waste management and recycling. Similarly, this 3rd edition of the publication “Green Technology from Europe” aims to build awareness of the EU’s prowess in green technologies. It is a reflection of our wish to engage with Malaysia as a green technology trading partner and a destination for green tech investment. This is in line with the outcome of the UN Rio+20 Conference where it was acknowledged that greening the economy is essential to promote long term equitable growth, decent jobs, resource efficiency and human health. Indeed greening the economy provides benefits for all, regardless of the level of development of a country or the structure of its economy. To meet the sustainable development challenge, the EU is putting its industry on a development path fuelled by innovation. Our green industry has grown from a specialised and small part of the economy to become the centrepiece of current EU industrial policy; renewable energy, smart grid technology, electric & hybrid transportation are just some of the technologies which are being undertaken. Success will require smart engagement with the private sector and also support of events such as IGEM. The efforts of the Government of Malaysia in this sense are also laudable. It is stimulating debate about the business – as well as the environmental – wisdom of green technologies; it is elaborating various legislative projects to increase resource efficiency and is looking to set high targets in order to lower green house gas emissions. I congratulate the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water for playing a key role in these initiatives. And as my predecessor has done before me, I thank Minister Chin for facilitating and participating in our many other cooperation activities throughout the year. During my mandate in Malaysia I will be keen to build on and proud to embrace the EU’s commitment to cooperate with Malaysia in green technology.
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YB Dato’ Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia I am proud to welcome new and returning participants to the third International Green Technology and Eco Products Exhibition and Conference Malaysia (IGEM). The return of the EU Pavilion as one of the largest contingents at IGEM for the third year is a positive affirmation of the EU’s continued commitment towards continuous growth and cooperation with Malaysia in the area of Green Technology. For the third year, the Right Honorable Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak will officially grace the opening of IGEM 2012, reflecting the Government’s interest in Green Technology as the way towards sustainable development and economic growth for the nation. The theme for IGEM 2012 ‘GreenTech for Growth’, reflects the development of the Green Technology market in Malaysia, showcasing current green technology solutions in eco-products and services as well as highlighting the current initiatives undertaken in research and development. I commend EUMCCI for organizing the Green Financing Seminar, which will be held for the first time at IGEM this year. This international Best Practices Seminar featuring high-level experts and trainers from Luxembourg, United Kingdom, France, USA, The Netherlands, South Africa, Singapore and Malaysia, will provide insights into the international dimensions of green finance and how it has contributed to the growth of green economies and revolutionised banking industries, regionally and globally. Through the conference, award and exhibition at IGEM 2012, Malaysia, through my ministry would like to foster the creation and development of a new cluster of green business practitioners for the growth the green economy in this country. In this respect, Malaysian entrepreneurs and businesses should grab this opportunity to find suitable partners and form smart alliances and partnerships in green business. Being a developing nation, Malaysia needs foreign assistance and investments to nurture and grow our green industries. We are adopters of technology and thus foreign technology is also needed. To join the league of economies that have made ‘eco’ or ‘green’ businesses sustainable, support from key industry palters will be of paramount importance to ensure these initiatives are a success. Malaysia continues to recognise the remarkable achievements in Europe and the continuing progress that has been made in the EU particularly in terms of climate change and the sustainable management of resources. We hope to continue to share and learn best practices from the EU in sustainability and in other areas such as green financing and developing the role of green technologies in business. I would like to take the opportunity to call upon all industry players to work together more closely and to be more innovative in realizing the global call to green technology. I urge all parties to rise to the challenge and to play their roles in supporting the development of a green economy to the full. We need to promote the use of ecofriendly and green technology wherever possible, for it is only through our collective, consistent and concerted efforts that we can turn our green vision into a green reality.
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Thomas Brandt Head of Environment, Energy and Green Technology (EEGT) Committee, EUMCCI Europe is just amazing in its great commitment to a sustainable future. ‘Smart European Countries’ exchange renewable energy with ‘Smart Grids’, based on supply and demand between countries depending on their daily peak and low renewable energy supply. Many countries are even surpassing their targets on renewable energy year-by-year. The number of ‘Smart (European) Cities’, attracting residents with energy selfsufficiency and 100% renewable energy reach is increasing and ‘Smart Homes’ are the talk of the day. The famous ‘passive houses’ (producing as much energy as they use) are becoming outdated by the new benchmark of ‘active houses’, which produce more energy than needed and supply the national grid. And while you are at work, your washing machine at home automatically turns on at exactly the time when the electricity cost is at the day’s lowest. These are no longer ‘science fiction’ future scenarios – they are green reality in Europe! And finally corporate business partners are selected by the people just as federal governments are elected; by their commitment to sustainability and a greener future. Malaysia has embarked on the right path by introducing the FiT system, a system which has been successfully chosen by over 60 countries worldwide. By the end of 2012 Germany will have 1 million independent power producers and these individual residences, farmers, industrial/office buildings, as project companies, will earn money by ‘feeding into the grid’, as they ‘power’ the economy. Germany is only one of many European benchmark examples for Green Technology and remarkable Green Policies. And its striking that Malaysia in fact, has more potential for Renewable Energy supply than most European nations have. Be ‘smart’ and join the European Malaysian Chamber and its most agile monthly ‘Green Technology’ committee and meet our European exhibitors at 2012 IGEM.
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››› Green Technology – Policy Recommendations by EUMCCI EEGT Committee 1.1 Energy, Environment and Green Technology The Country’s Future Lies in the Green Field Malaysia’s abundance and good supply of fossil energy resources have served the country for decades in attracting foreign investments, thus becoming a benchmark example for many others. The attractive infrastructure of low-priced energy has aided the country to a large extent in becoming an international centre of excellence for the manufacturing industries, with many of the world’s largest corporations establishing their largest production facilities in the country. Malaysia has enjoyed a period of tremendous wealth and prosperity. During this dynamic period of rapid economic and population growth however, the shadow side of the development, for example long-term energy security and an appropriate waste, water and/or sewerage management system has been largely neglected. Depleting oil and gas resources will push energy prices considerably higher and Malaysia will not be spared. This is already an accepted certainty which is of considerable concern because Malaysia is heavily reliant on hydrocarbon fuel for powering its industries and services. In 2011, Peninsular Malaysia’s electricity supply was generated from gas (45.1%), oil (2.5%), distillate (2.5%), hydro (5.8%), coal (~43%) and renewable energy (~1%). Hence the energy sector is one of the most urgent topics. In addition, per capita CO 2 emission has increased by 226% since 1990, with Malaysia’s waste recycling rate standing at 5% - extremely low compared to many developed countries with recycling rates of often more than 50%. Lost chances and opportunities in recent decades The great proverb ‘We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children’ has been overlooked in the past. Despite or perhaps, because of the recent few decades of prosperity, the country’s most valuable assets, the fossil resources of oil and gas, are nearing depletion in less than one generation. Incomes from these assets have been used in consumptive ways and government budgets are largely dependent on this soon to be depleted source. The country and its current generation lives on yesterday-built energy resources and hardly any of this income has been invested to secure a sustainable energy supply and security for future generations. The ‘Fifth Fuel Policy’ to target diverse energy resources for power regeneration was successfully introduced in 2001 with the aim of having a higher share of Renewable Energy (RE). Nevertheless, the results during the first years were disappointing. Until today, Malaysia, with only 1% share of grid-connected renewable energy in the country’s energy mix, is far behind the RE levels of most industrial countries and even most of the less developed neighbours in the region. Nevertheless the overall targets with 6% of Renewable Energy (RE) by 2015 and 15% RE share by 2020 are attainable. Green Technology as key driver of the future economic growth in Malaysia Europe’s development of an entire new industry segment with immense future potential, the Green Technology field, is a great example for Malaysia to likewise develop a new future growth industry. This is consistent with the country’s aims to achieve a high-income status and to focus more strongly on the services sector. Green technologies could and should become a new future growth sector to generate
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sustainability, secure economic growth as well as to solidify the country’s international position and reputation. To become outstanding in the field of Green Technology and to claim, at least, a regional leadership, Malaysia needs to gain much ground. In 2011, Malaysia was the world’s No 3 manufacturing hub for solar cells and solar modules. However, the country has hardly leveraged on this great potential and has yet to take strategic measures to develop a world-level industry downstream. We believe that next to KETTHA all the other relevant ministries, especially MITI and the relevant industry associations like FMM, and associations for the palm oil industry and the solar industry have to grasp the chances and responsibility to develop a new green corporate sector with great employment opportunities. Introduction of the Feed in Tariff system The introduction of the Feed in Tariff (FiT) system was the right move by the government to grow a more sustainable energy future and allow a higher share of Renewable Energy. That the given quota was taken up in some areas within hours should be understood as a strong industry call to increase the quota quickly or to abolish the quota entirely. The latter would require bold political backing and a strong financial commitment. Year to Year Results Looking into recent years, the “Green Agenda” has advanced significantly with KeTTHA and many others spearheading the development, including the Green Tech Malaysia Corporation which has been trusted to foster private sector development . Many major political and legal frameworks have been established or are in the process of being drafted during the coming months. The International Green Technology & Eco Products Exhibition & Conference (IGEM) was launched in 2010 and has become a major platform for exchange whereby the EU with its active member states demonstrates its leadership in RE & EE technologies and expertise. The EU-Pavilion contributed the largest overall number of exhibitors in 2010 as well as 2011. In October at IGEM 2012, the EU pavilion will be host to over 50 companies from 9 EU countries. On the flip side of the coin, neither the tremendous increase in various green tech-related symposia, workshops and seminars nor the given policies and acts, have resulted a considerable increase of renewable energy share. In this respect, Malaysia lags behind its regional neighbours. Despite being third in the global production of solar cells and modules, Malaysia has not built a world-class supply chain for the renewable energy industry. And it is particularly striking when visiting last year’s world largest Solar Trade Fair in Munich, Germany; that of the 2300 exhibitors listed, not a single Malaysian company was registered. This year MATRADE’s support scheme is the first step into the right direction. Europe: A global Green Tech leader and partner Europe is considered overall world leader in Green Technology policy incentive schemes products as services and therefore the perfect match for Malaysia. European technologies are much admired and in the highest demand around the globe. Thus, Europe is committed to contribute much to the identification and development of Green Technology as a key driver of future economic growth in Malaysia.
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Another great challenge for Malaysia is capacity building in all the relevant Greentech areas, the private sector, as well as relevant ministries and industry associations. We believe the education sector has great potential for partnerships with partners from the EU. The EUMCCI EEGT sub Committees Energy Efficiency, Green Buildings, Renewable Energy, Waste and Water are active and cooperative partners for exchange of information and solution providers to the private sector, the Malaysian Government and further related stakeholders. The EUMCCI EEGT Committee builds on the great partnership with Malaysia’s green tech partners with a wide spectrum of activities such as, accompanying the Minister in Europe in organizing Delegations to Europe,business luncheons, exchange of information and expertise with Malaysian ministries, as well as IGEM and other activities. 2011’s EUMalaysia Business Greentech Platform is a perfect example of the dialogue exchange between the EU and Malaysia, be it by the government or the corporate sector.
1.1.1 Renewable Energy Progress towards energy sustainability and security In EUMCCI’s Trade Issues and Recommendations 2010/2011, the EEGT Committee made several recom mendations including developing a comprehensive renewable energy (RE) policy, introducing feed-in tariff (FiT) for RE generation, increasing limit for RE projects from then maximum 10MW and introducing Smart Grid technologies. Following these recommendations, we are encouraged to observe promising progress in the sector such as implementation of the RE Act and FiT, increased in the maximum size of RE projects to 30MW and several smart grid initiatives undertaken by the utility providers. In 2010, we expanded our recommendations to include large scale thermal power and recommended that new thermal plants be equipped with the best available efficiency that is economically viable. We are pleased to observe that the two coal-fired power plants scheduled for completion in 2025/2016 will be equipped with the latest and highly efficient supercritical steam plant technology. Also, the impending development of several gas-fired power plants is expected to utilise efficient and proven advanced technologies. We are encouraged to note that Malaysia is moving in the right direction towards strengthening her energy sustainability and security and towards her aspirations to voluntarily reduce carbon emission intensity to up to 40% of GDP by the year 2020 compared to 2005 levels. Strengthening the Growth of RE Annual Target for RE Malaysia has set too modest an annual target for RE. In fact, the quota for solar PV for the period 2012-2014 was almost fully taken up. Recommendation Increase the given quota and address the balance between the four technologies in the short term. We propose to increase quotas for popular technologies, such as solar PV and increase if possible the tariffs
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for the most available sources such as biomass (palm oil industry). For the medium term, we propose to increase the overall quota with corresponding increases in funding for RE power generation by increasing levy from the current 1% of the electricity bills, developing a mechanism that allow environmentally consciencious consumers to procure green electricity either indirectly or directly from RE power generators and introducing a carbon tax that can be used to fund the FiT. FiT Eligible RE Technologies The FiT schedule in the RE Act lists only 4 eligible technologies, namely Solar PV, Biomass, Biogas and Mini-hydro. There are more RE technologies with potential to be applied in Malaysia such as geothermal, tidal, fuel cells and excess power from Electric Vehicles. Applying FiT will increase the economic viability of these carbon-friendly technologies. Recommendation RE generation from geothermal resources is beginning to show real potential with the development of the 30MW geothermal plant near Tawau, and studies are being performed in several areas in the Peninsula Malaysia. Fuel cells can play an important role as energy storage to support demand when other RE generators are offline. Hydrogen can be harvested in the future from bio-refinery processes in agriculture and municipal solid waste sites in Malaysia. With properly planned collection network, the hydrogen can be utilized in fuel cells stations. We therefore propose to increase the FiT quota for other technologies and to expand the quota to include these technologies. We also recommend a specific R&D funding scheme for all types of RE technologies and for accelerateration of the commercialisation of RE start-ups. The Green Technology Financing scheme is not an appropriate funding scheme to commercialise RE start-ups. Other recommendations for RE EUMCCI would also like to highlight some of the recommendations made in 2010 and 2011 that have yet to be realised: • Encourage utilisation of latest technologies by providing attractive incentives and to increase eligibility of incentives to the entire value chain of the project • Regulate supply of biomass fuel • Explore and promote waste to energy technologies • Impose tax on “polluting” technologies and possibly transferring the tax to fund RE projects • Consider Smart Grid technology that intelligently regulates the power generation dispatch, in view of a more complex generation network for when more small RE plants come online and explore microgrid implementation in educational institutions, up-coming townships, tourist areas and islands • Allow significant holding of foreign equity in development of RE projects • Facilitate financing of RE projects utilising new technologies that are not yet present in Malaysia but that already have successful references in other countries • Import tax and duties exemptions for importation of RE technology products and solutions
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››› Green Technology – Policy Recommendations by EUMCCI EEGT Committee 1.1.2 Energy Efficiency (EE) It is recognized that demand side management plays a large role in the necessary transformation towards an energy efficient economy but this requires transforming the way people think about energy. Malaysia is still hindered in this respect by low electricity tariffs which are enjoyed by all strata of society as well as the industrial and commercial sector. Merely offering positive incentives (e.g. rebates) alone without engaging disincentives at the same time (e.g. high electricity tariffs) will make for very slow adoption of energy efficiency. At the same time, it is also imperative that the drive to an EE economy is facilitated by management of energy efficiency in its totality. This requires a holistic roadmap where the national EE framework and targets are established. The national roadmap must demonstrate the various sector channels (e.g. transport, electrical appliance efficiency, construction) that feed into the roadmap with their respective EE targets, which will collectively meet the national targets. Because energy efficiency can be measured by a single indicator, i.e. carbon, all the diverse EE targets can be very easily unified under a single approach in the EE roadmap, providing the country with a structured and strategic policy instrument for achieving energy efficiency and making Malaysia competitive in the world market. Positive Developments • The drive to energy efficiency has gained more traction with a number of developments in the policy and implementation aspects. • There is a significant increase in the number of Energy Service Companies (ESCOs). The Malaysian Association of Energy Service Companies (MAESCO) has registered 67 members. • A working group, Entry Point Project 9 – Energy Efficiency for Oil, Gas and Energy Sector (Economic Transformation Program) has established several EE initiatives: – The SAVE rebate program for domestic consumers: This program kicked off in July 2011, offerings rebates to the public on the purchase of new energy saving appliances in three categories - refrigerators, air conditioners, and chillers. A total of RM41.22 million was allocated for this. – Energy Efficiency in government buildings: The government intends to lead the way in energy efficiency with an initial budget of RM22.3 million. A first step was taken in late 2011 when all government departments were to set the thermostats at 24°C. • The Malaysian Industrial Energy Efficiency Program, which is funded by UNIDO-GEF, has been in place since late 2011. • The National Energy Efficiency Master Plan (NEEMP) draft has been finalised and is scheduled to be endorsed by the Cabinet in 2012. • The Energy Efficiency Act (KETTHA) which was targeted for gazettement in 2013 may be delayed to 2014. The scope of the Act is not fully clear but will at the very least cover the energy performance of industrial and commercial appliances. • A Low Carbon Green Growth Act (KETTHA) is being proposed but its correlation with the EE Act and the NEEMP is unclear at this time.
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Consumer appliances We laud the government’s SAVE rebate program but urge the government to persist with continued public awareness programs and to encourage more appliance manufacturers and retailers to undertake continuous promotion efforts. Recommendations Retailers put up permanent store displays informing the public of the energy savings from energy efficient lighting and appliances and to highlight the energy wastage of setting electrical appliances in the standby mode. Energy labeling be extended to all home appliance products without waiting for the Energy Efficiency Act as the manufacturers already have the information in hand. Information, Research and Development The Green Tech Corporation Malaysia (GTCM) was created to enhance the private sector development. It is extremely important that the GTCM fulfill its role in information coordination and dissemination in a more expeditious manner. Recommendations • Create a database of energy efficiency practices and industrial case studies on the website e.g. The Finance Ministry offices in Putrajaya were refitted for energy efficiency at about RM7 million with savings of RM3 million annually. There are also EE case studies from the ISO14001 certified companies in Malaysia. • Announce funding and program opportunities such as the recently started UNIDO-GEF funded Malaysian Industrial Energy Efficiency Program (MIEEP), EU funded Sustainable Consumption and Production policy program. • Publish an updated list of energy efficiency R&D projects and their outcomes on the website. • Provide updates on the green procurement initiative being established for government procurement • Establish coordination between GTCM and the DOE’s Clean Production unit which is developing green technology initiatives for SMEs. Manufacturing Industry, Service Industry There are many issues hampering the take-up of energy efficiency in the manufacturing and service industry, which is particularly magnified for the SMEs. Industrial SMEs defer their decision to implement EE projects due to the the lack of visibility on energy prices and the low Pay Back period or Internal Rate of Return for such EE projects. Industrial EE project funding does not benefit from direct investment incentives from the Government in addition to the import duty and tax incentives already established. Recommendations • Increase the energy tariff for the industrial and commercial sector in graduated quantums which will drive the move to energy efficiency in a shorter time. • Create a requirement that applications for industry or development loans must include an analysis of the energy efficiency of the proposed project.
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• Dialogue with financial institutions to resolve the industry concerns on approving loans for energy efficiency projects. • To create policy and support EE projects with a co-funding investment portion – with a maximum cap - based on achieved savings and benchmarks. Transport and Fuel Efficiency The energy efficiency of the transport sector continues to be hampered by the same factors discussed in the 2011. However, it is noted that progress has occurred in commitments to improve public transportation, for example, construction works have already started on the Kelana Jaya – Putra Heights line extension and the Ampang Jaya – Putra heights line extension. There is also rising interest in hybrid vehicles with encouraging sales in 2011 and a road map for electric vehicles also been drafted. Recommendations • Commit to graduated targets for reducing the average CO 2 emissions of new vehicle models. • Compel all auto manufacturers to provide CO2 emission data (using standardized units) for their vehicle models. • Commit to a target for the adoption of Euro 5 fuel (petrol and diesel) by 2013. • Open up opportunities for adoption of electric vehicles and the necessary infrastructure. • To establish goals for fleet operators to migrate to fuel-efficient alternatives. Energy Service Company The number of experienced ESCOs is still limited and the various services offered are confusing for industrial and commercial users because the scope differs in terms of the role i.e. consulting, technology provider, operator as well as the type of equipment offered. Competencies and capabilities are also not easily ascertained. The energy audit service level provision is variable from one ESCO to the other and energy efficiency commitments are limited. In addition, complicated, non-standardised measurement and verification (M&V) of energy savings does not translate to key decision makers, such as lenders, owners and tenants. Recommendations • Develop an ESCO accreditation system and criteria for renewal, to classify ESCOs according to service scope • To establish standards for energy audit processes, to define energy audit service levels, and to define energy auditors qualification and compulsory registration Government agencies The custodial agency for driving the National Energy Efficiency Master Plan is at present unclear and it is of concern that this will delay the implementation of the NEEMP. The full contents of the NEEMP are also not yet known. It is uncertain whether the custodial agency will have the over-arching responsibility to expand the NEEMP to cover all public and private sectors.
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Energy efficiency service outsourcing schemes on energy system operation or energy supply for public services such as hospitals, street lighting networks, universities are limited. The concept of public private partnership (PPP) with energy efficiency performance contracts and commitment on efficiency and savings has not been developed yet. Crucially, the stumbling block is the lack of a classification code for energy efficiency/management services. Government budgets cannot be approved and released without this code. Recommendations • Establish the custodial agency for the NEEMP as soon as possible and provide more stakeholder engagement for the NEEMP. • To develop Public Private Partnerships (PPP) for efficient energy technology provision and investment, that offer a long term concession scheme for energy service supply with a commitment on energy savings • To include in the PPP, an allowance for significant foreign share to attract Foreign Direct investment in Malaysia. • To confirm the government classification code for PPP projects that can provide the energy efficiency improvements to government buildings. • Create a mandatory program to replace all street lamps with energy efficient alternatives such as solar powered LEDs and to upgrade the traffic lighting system for low energy consumption. • Study the impact of demand response systems to reduce peak demand. • Provide the policy and incentives to introduce smart metering and associated advanced metering infrastructure and to promote the benefits of smart metering. • To consider time-of-use tariff models for the residential sector
1.1.3 Green Building and Sustainable Communities Green Building and Sustainable Communities aims to embody the principles of sustainable development i.e. environmental responsibility, social awareness and economic profitability, in the siting, design, building, maintenance, operation and renovation of buildings. EUMCCI endorses the Green Building movement as a great opportunity for Malaysia to make and accelerate changes in construction practice and technology, to reduce the environmental impacts of the built environment while creating places that are healthier and more satisfying for the Malaysian society. Over the last three years, Malaysia has experienced a concerted shift towards the development of green buildings. The demand continues to rise as environmental awareness grows and more companies embrace the practice of corporate social responsibility. Other drivers are governmental support in the form of fiscal incentives and the growing evidence of green building benefits. The Malaysia Green Building Confederation (MGBC) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation established in April 2009. It is supported by two professional organisations: the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) and the Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia (ACEM). In May 2009, PAM and ACEM launched the Green Building Index (GBI), a voluntary scoring method for residential (RNC) and non residential new construction (NRNC) projects. GBI classifies construction projects in four categories i.e. Platinum, Gold, Silver or Certified, depending on the scores achieved. Evaluation is based on six key criteria: Energy Efficiency, Indoor Environment Quality, Sustainable Site Planning & Management, Material & Resources, Water Efficiency and Innovation.
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The Non-Residential Existing Buildings (GBI-NREB) rating tool was launched in April 2010. To achieve GBINREB certification, old buildings need to improve their sustainability credentials after major renovations. 2011 saw the release of various green building assessment methods. In March 2011, Green Building Index Sdn Bhd released “GBI Township”, a tool that aims to facilitate discussions on how sustainable townships are planned, designed, built, operated and maintained. Core categories include: Climate, Energy and Water, Ecology & Environment, Community Planning & Design, Transportation & Connectivity, Building & Resources, Business & Innovation. The GBI Industrial tools for existing (GBI-IEB) and new constructions (GBI-INC) were also released in June 2011. In November 2011, the Cabinet of Malaysia approved a “Green Neighbourhood and Low Carbon City” framework and assessment system. The new assessment system aims to address climate change effectively via urban planning system and was developed by Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHa) with support from Malaysia Green Technology Corporation and Malaysian Institute of Planners. To increase certifications in the years ahead, the Malaysian Government has introduced incentives for building owners obtaining GBI Certification for buildings from 24 October 2009 until 31 December 2014. The incremental costs which qualify for tax exemption refer to the additional construction costs of a building, alteration, renovation, extension or improvement of an existing building. In addition, buyers who purchase GBI certified commercial buildings and residential properties from property developers are eligible for stamp duty exemption on the portion of the cost attributable to the acquisition of the GBI certificate. This incentive applies to sales and purchase agreements executed from 24 October 2009 to 31 December 2014. EUMCCI supports the adoption and ongoing development of GBI as a market-based green building transformation system that meets Malaysia’s requirements. The transition to sustainable construction practices is as much a business opportunity as a crucial response to the urgency and importance of environmental concerns and could alter the face of the Malaysian construction industry for the better. Issues • Green building in Malaysia focuses too often on new constructions rather than existing buildings. This is evident by the number of GBI certified renovations representing only 7% of the overall GBI certified projects despite the fact that old buildings represent the bulk of Malaysia’s commercial space • Although GBI has sections on Indoor Environment Quality (i.e. daylighting, ventilation, filtration systems, and the selection of low-volatile organic compound products in the building process), the main emphasis remains on energy efficiency. Unfortunately, at times this is at the expense the occupant’s health and comfort. GBI also neglects focusing on the selection of products (furnishings, cleaning products, etc.) procured during occupancy, all of which impact the indoor air quality • The GBI is developed specifically for the Malaysian tropical climate, environmental and developmental context, culture and social needs. However it neglects focusing on Malaysia’s specific sustainability concerns i.e. urban sprawl, deforestation, flooding, air and water pollution, the pedestrian network and highway traffic problems • GBI is a powerful tool in its ability to guide and accelerate the green building market. Special attention should be taken in its application to ensure that the guidance and recommendations provided do not replace creativity in design and do not undervalue non-quantifiable sustainability domains such as society and human comfort
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• Complicated, non-standardised measurement and veriﬁcation (M&V) of energy savings doesn’t translate to key decision makers, such as lenders, owners and tenants • The financial viability of green building projects is often compromised by the provision of the various subsidies for fossil fuels • Improving the efficiency of individual buildings and isolated developments represents only the tip of the green building “iceberg”. A stronger focus should be put on improving the sustainability of communities - especially communities in which Malaysians can work, shop, worship, learn and play near their homes; without having to drive long distances from residential areas to business districts, shopping centres, schools and other facilities • The GBI incentive scheme, while providing tax exemption on the incremental costs to all green building owners, is not sufficiently attractive for Gold and Platinum GBI buildings • The building services sector represented by designers, engineers and business consultants has an important role in green building practice; developing & disseminating information in passive design, resource efficient & clean technologies, healthy buildings and procurement of products & materials. However the GBI fiscal incentives cover only manufacturing and the supply chain (e.g. additional cost for materials), failing to mobilize R&D and capacity building Recommendations • Provide comprehensive training and exchange of experience and research on sustainable urban design building in higher education and for industry professionals, in order to ensure that this new market has the appropriate supply of skills and knowledge • Exchange experience and knowledge of European rating standards and within the sustainable construction industry. Foster international co-operation between higher education institutions, including between the EU and Malaysian academic institutions. Take advantage of the enormous European knowledge in creating quality spaces, with over 2000 years experience in responsible urban planning • Continuously review the experience with GBI ratings and the point allocations for different categories in terms of their effectiveness • Extend the GBI tool to cover renovations of residential buildings • Introduce mandatory energy certification for buildings, giving tenants and purchasers a clearer idea of the energy costs that they will face • Enhance tax incentives for Platinum rated GBI buildings, to support green building R&D by the development of world class green building benchmark projects • Accelerate the pace of improving existing buildings by making GBI incentives applicable also to tenants who do not own the building but have incurred the expenses to transform the building into a GBI complied building • Extend the GBI incentive scheme to include all incremental costs such as Environmental Design & Engineering Consultancy fees and GBI facilitator fees in order to mobilise R&D, innovation and capacity building in Malaysia • Extend the green building concepts to an urban planning and social organisation level; achieve greater sustainability by using a combination of local public policy, planning, design and technology • Allow European professionals in the construction sector with foreign qualifications to register in Malaysia and become shareholders and directors in their respective professional practices • Increase environmental performance requirements for public buildings to set the benchmarking paradigm for the construction industry. Define a roadmap for retrofitting all existing public buildings into the GBI Platinum standard
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1.1.4 Waste Management (Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas) Until recently, Malaysia has been the largest palm oil producer in the world (as at April 2012, Indonesia holds the position), on top of an extensive portfolio of agriculture & plantation economy. Equipped with over 400 palm oil mills processing oil palm, from raw fruit to downstream operations of refinery, with various oleo products being exported to Europe, the palm oil industry is not without its criticism by many parties especially on environmental issues; land degradation, clearing of forests as well as waste management. One of the largest waste products from processing oil palm is the empty fruit bunches (EFB) as well as Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME); an organic liquid discharge, high in Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD)/ Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) levels which cannot be released into waterways without prior treatment. BOD & COD in high levels mean that in competition with organisms which require the oxygen to survive, they will not be able to utilise it. Traditionally, POME is allowed to go through aerobic & anaerobic processes in series of open lagoons, where the byproduct of the process – methane, a greenhouse gas which is 21 times more potent than CO2 – is allowed to be released to the atmosphere, contributing to global warming. In recent years, palm oil mills (POMs) have started to realize the potential in generating clean electricity via the capture of methane. Coupled with strict environmental discharge levels via new legislations, there have been more incentives to adopt Anaerobic Digestion (AD) and to harness the methane for energy security, also reducing reliance on the national grid. It is also important to bear in mind that AD is not only limited to POME but all organic waste, including animal/farm waste, agriculture (grass clippings, mulch), food waste, municipal solid waste and sewage. This closed loop solution of waste management and renewable energy generation should see numerous benefits for the environment, community and energy security. Issues There are numerous challenges and issues with waste management – even before we reach the process of AD and harnessing biogas for power generation. Many of those lie with the security of feedstock supply - not all feedstock is easily collated (eg. municipal solid waste) due to different jurisdictions of councils. Neither is it guaranteed in cases of POMs, which prefer to focus on their core revenue generation business of palm oil processing. There are also the upfront capital expenditure costs in building AD plants, which do garner a return of investment (ROI) but often are fraught with the duration of payback, on top of revenue streams being unrealistic with challenges such as low Feed-in-Tariff rates, and at times volatile, due to Carbon Credit Markets. With the current electricity tariff rates being highly subsidised by the government, cost of electricity is relatively low resulting in manufacturing facilities not feeling the pinch of power cost. This also means the potential savings from generating their own electricity via AD are not as substantial as they would be, were energy prices not subsidised.
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Despite legislations stipulating the BOD/COD discharge level to be of a very low level for POMs, AD is necessary to ensure the discharge levels can be met, but there is still the larger problem of enforcement to ensure these levels are adhered to. Operational, safety and health standards for renewable energy projects in this part of the world are still very low, which can be a stumbling block to the growth of a new industry. Incidents have occurred, with injuries and fatalities due to lack of controls and understanding of safe operational standards on such projects. For established industries such as Oil & Gas, such standards have been developed and enforced strongly to ensure the industry develops with safety as a main concern. Recommendations It is clear that biomass and biogas energy generation is for ideal Malaysia with its abundance of feedstock. With the introduction of the Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) system, there are now more incentives to embark on AD projects. However, with the tariff rates still restricted by the (very) gradual increases by Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) – the current RM 0.32/kWh is still not attractive enough for companies to invest in AD projects with the FIT being its only source of income. With no strong push factor on ROI, private businesses will be reluctant to invest, and with no legislation to mandate AD plants to be placed in mills or manufacturing and farm facilities, there is no anchoring factor for AD plants to be implemented voluntarily. Should the FIT be increased to a rate where it makes AD projects more viable, and reduces the reliance on volatile funding means like carbon credits, private businesses will certainly be more willing to embark on AD projects. This is because there are many benefits associated: their energy security is secured, exercising their part of being environmentally responsible (which is beneficial from the corporate social responsibility point of view) and increases the value proposition for organic waste - what was previously a headache, is now a valuable renewable source of energy. Success stories in Germany and the UK have proven that this is viable, and Malaysia – a country rich in natural resources - can benefit fully from securing this energy source, as well as addressing the larger national agenda of carbon emission reduction and increased renewable energy mix. For European industry firms, the operational health and safety standards have been long established and commonly practiced. This is something that should be transferred to the region to assist in the growth of new RE industry. New technologies and expertise are key catalysts to propel the industry forward and this is where members of EUMCCI can contribute.
1.1.5 Waste Management (Clinical Waste) In Malaysia, Pathogenic and Clinical Wastes and Quarantined Materials are considered as scheduled Wastes and come under the legislation of the Environmental Quality. Clinical waste is also defined as any other waste arising from medical, nursing, dental, veterinary, pharmaceutical or similar practices, investigation, treatment, care, teaching or research or the collection of blood transfuse. The Malaysian Government has declared it a national policy that all clinical waste must be incinerated, making it compulsory for all hospitals and clinics to incinerate their clinical waste. The defined concessionaries are in charge of collection and disposal. Transportation costs for collection can be high in remote rural areas when the waste quantity is small. As such, sterilisation possibilities should be considered for inclusion in today’s national policy.
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Concessionaries A number of non-clinical services in government-run hospitals and clinics have been privatised. These services include clinical waste management. • Faber Medi-Serve - at Kamunting, Perak • Radicare (M) - at Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor • Tongkah Medivest - at Bukit Rambai, Malacca There are three sources of medical wastes generated in Malaysia from government hospitals and institutions, private hospitals and from private clinics. Ashes handling The disposal of ash generated from the incineration process at licensed, designated facilities can pose a problem. One of the primary threats from incineration is the form of the ash which is extremely fine and light and tends to be easily airborne and can be inhaled. The ash is contaminated with heavy metals, dioxins and PCBs. The huge sums invested into incinerators mean that the private companies are unwilling to consider alternative treatment technologies for the next several decades. The current system relies upon incineration to sterilise clinical waste. Incineration of medical waste, however, has proven to be a great public health threat if untreated. Globally, the tendency is to reduce incineration practices due to public sensitivity and increase the sterilisation share due to technological improvements and cost reduction. Today proper sterilisation processes are automatically recorded and assure traceability and security in remote areas. Malaysia has legally committed itself to a single treatment technology for the foreseeable future. Recommendation Although it is commendable that the Malaysian Ministry of Health has taken a comprehensive approach to the medical waste question the approach lacks flexibility and so is unable to adequately respond to new information, techniques, or technologies that could encourage FDI from EU companies. Newer, smaller and de-centralised solutions, facilities and comprehensive equipment are desired and are in Malaysia; these methods are however against Malaysian national law and policy which has authorised incineration only. Regulations for the new technologies and equipment should be introduced to control the liberalisation of sterilisation. Such a change will not affect the 3 concessionaries but will decrease the cost of medical waste disposal in remote areas, helping small waste producers.
1.1.6 Water Comprehensive Water Policy Currently, no overarching water policy exists for Malaysia. As a consequence, planning of water resources – from upstream catchments, to abstraction and treatment of water and wastewater – is not considered in relation to and against other needs. Integrated catchment management and water demand management are two strategic approaches to be included in a national water policy.
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Recommendation Establish a holistic and integrated sustainable water policy for Malaysia. This requires stakeholder engagement and political intervention. Tariff review Water is currently under-priced. A low water tariff has driven the perception that water is plentiful and cheap. Consequently, Malaysia has developed excessive and profligate habits due to the low water tariffs; and this is leading to water scarcity in some urban areas. This scenario is not sustainable for Malaysia moving towards developed nation status in 2020. Recommendation Water tariffs should be reviewed and raised incrementally to reflect the importance and scarcity of this resource. Reduction in non-revenue water (NRW) Currently, NRW for Malaysia is approximately 40%. Recommendation To support a review of current water tariffs, a concerted effort is required by water utilities to improve their performance and reduce Non-Revenue Water (NRW). This will instill trust in the utility by the consumer. Water utilities play an important part in getting consumers to pay an increase in water tariffs. Malaysia should aim for developed country levels of 15%. Faster corporatization of water utilities and inclusion of Sabah and Sarawak into Pengurusan Aset Air Berhad (PAAB) and Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Air Negara (SPAN) cover The corporatization of the water utilities is very lengthy. As long as the task is not with all states finalized it will be difficult to unify tariffs and standards. Recommendation Efforts should be made to simplify and expedite the process of corporatization and inclusion and homogenization of all state tariffs and standards. Open public relation policy There is currently a lack of operation and investment plans by utility companies available for public consideration. Recommendation The utility companies as well as PAAB have to create operation and investment plans. If these were publicly available, stakeholders could better serve the water industry with faster and better services.
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Investment incentives Lack of investment incentives and funds for clean water investors Recommendation As investors have often to build their own clean water supply resources investment incentives by MIDA would be beneficial – similar to those for investment into renewable energy resources. More international competitive bidding in water procurement The requirements for international companies to bid for contracts are as stringent in water procurement as in other business avenues for non-Malaysian business entities. Recommendation A relaxing of the requirements for international companies will increase the competitiveness of the market, making projects cheaper and encouraging more foreign involvement with higher level technologies into the sector. No centralized or coordinated mechanism to support water industry’s R&D needs and requirements. Currently, in the water industry, R&D is undertaken at ad hoc nature and many companies are not large enough to support R&D practices at all, or to the standard required. Recommendation Creation of mechanism to facilitate coordinated R&D for water industry as whole. It must be noted that discussions of this nature are being held by the Malaysian Water Association and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). Campaigns for saving water, conserving water catchment areas and cleaning up natural water resources It is definitely necessary to create more awareness of the importance to keep water resources clean. Recommendation To create and implement a national education campaign to highlight the importance of clean water and conservation and maintainence of current resources.
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››› Green Technology – City in a Digital Nutshell City in a Digital Nutshell Urban infrastructures — whether for traffic and transport, energy, or buildings — are generally interlinked in many ways. As a result, even minor changes can have significant consequences. A software platform from Siemens makes it easier to manage the complexities of urban planning. The screen shows a satellite picture of the U.S. Dr. Bernd Wachmann, head of the “Sustainable Cities” project at Siemens Corporate Technology (CT), zooms in on a meadow just outside Princeton, New Jersey. With a few clicks, he inserts two office buildings into the image. He plots the ground plan, adds a parking lot and access roads — and the complex has taken shape in the virtual realm. As Wachmann does all this, a bar under the images he generates delivers data, such as the buildings’ energy consumption at different times of the day and year, how photovoltaic systems could improve their energy balance, how many people could work in the buildings, how their activity would impact traffic flows and the power grid, the amount of waste and air pollution they would produce, and what the expected operating costs would be. “Those are just a few of the parameters we simulate,” Wachmann explains. “The list can be expanded to include things like pedestrian-friendliness, the effects of electric vehicles on a project’s energy balance, and even quality of life. All of these aspects can be quantified and therefore modeled.” The software platform Wachmann uses for this is part of the City Life Management (CLM) project developed by CT scientists. The CLM platform comes from Princeton and Munich, city data is evaluated in Berlin and Vienna, and Munich is responsible for infrastructure expertise. The project develops and offers solutions for viewing cities holistically, simulating the long-term impact of changes, and formulating appropriate responses. CLM offers urban planners a simple way to see the potential consequences of their decisions. It also allows the easy development of alternative “what if…” scenarios such as changing a two-way street into a one-way street, making a building taller, or using photovoltaic facilities to improve a neighborhood’s energy balance. This opens up new possibilities for addressing complex urban planning issues in a simple and intuitive manner. The interrelationships between a city’s economic, environmental, and social goals are often extremely complex. For example, which is better: promoting the use of electric vehicles or expanding the public transport network? If you choose the former option, you won’t reduce traffic congestion but you will lower carbon dioxide emissions — but even that is only true if the power grid supplying the electric vehicles delivers energy from renewable sources. This, in turn, requires a high performance grid, which in some cases first has to be built and must include battery-charging stations. If, on the other hand, you choose the public transport option, you have to be sure there are enough incentives for people to use it. All of this is too complex for any one
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Green Technology – ‹‹‹ City in a Digital Nutshell person — or even many city governments — to evaluate. But it is no problem for the CLM platform. “Although our models don’t offer exact predictions,” says Wachmann, “they are 80% accurate. This enables them to provide a solid foundation for decision-making for a range of organizations, such as municipal agencies, politicians, citizens’ initiatives, and local residents.” The development of the CLM Platform was helped by the fact that the company has many years of experience in planning, building, and operating water, wastewater, and energy supply systems, as well as transportation infrastructures. “We can deal with such great complexity because we know how to mathematically model the physical behavior of these systems,” says modeling expert Tim Schenk from Siemens CT in Munich. In addition, Schenk and others are examining data now being made available by more and more cities about their demographic structures and development, energy consumption, and transport requirements. The results can then be combined with CLM to create realistic models that give participants a look into realistic future scenarios. All of this amounts to a paradigm shift, as planners can now see almost in real time how their decisions in one area - for instance, the height of a building - can impact things such as local traffic or the energy balance in a neighborhood. The CLM working group is now negotiating with representatives from two major projects in China and central Europe that plan to utilize this technology for the first time. “But that’s just the beginning,” says Wachmann. “At the moment, we’re also working on using key performance indicators (KPIs) such as energy consumption, traffic and transport volume, and carbon dioxide generation to derive socioeconomic indicators as well.” Quality of life assessments depend heavily on factors such as wages, public safety, and living conditions, but cultural conditions are also taken into account. The potential offered by CLM doesn’t end with virtual planning. Not only can it be used to conceive new neighborhoods and redesign cities for the decades to come, but it can also help to manage buildings and neighborhoods after they’re completed. A few mouse clicks will then be all it takes for planners and citizen groups to determine, for instance, how a neighborhood’s demand for electric vehicle parking and charging will change if a streetcar line is added. by Hubertus Breuer Pictures of the Future, Spring 2012 This article was provided by Siemens, sponsor of the EU Business Lounge at IGEM 2012. For more information visit www.siemens.com.my
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International Green Tech and Eco Product Exhibition and Conference, Malaysia
IGEM 2012 EU Pavilion
Sponsor of the EU Business Lounge
Participating EU companies ‹‹‹
Siemens Malaysia Sdn Bhd
EU Business Lounge Sponsor
The Embassy of the Czech Republic
Origin: Germany Address: Level 1 Reception CP Tower, No 11, Jalan 16/11 Pusat Dagang Seksyen 16 46350 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia Tel: +603 7952 5555 Phone at IGEM: +6012 315 0515 Fax: +603 7955 1155 E-mail: vasanthe.narayanasamy@ siemens.com Website: www.siemens.com.my
Origin: Czech Republic Address: 42/B The Intermark Vista Tower, 182 Jalan Tun Razak 50400 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2166 2900 / 2166 1900 Phone at IGEM: +6012 303 0170 Fax: +603 2166 5700 / 2166 6700 E-mail: commerce_kualalumpur@ mzv.cz firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mzv.cz/kualalumpur
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Vasanthe Narayanasamy Brief Company Profile: Siemens is an integrated technology company. The business activities in our Sectors Energy, Healthcare, Industry, and Infrastructure & Cities have made us a global market and technology leader. Since its inception in 1972, Siemens Malaysia Sdn Bhd has actively participated in Malaysia’s dynamic economic and social growth by providing our customers international expertise, localized and tailor-made to suit their business needs. Sustainability – support for long-term environmental, economic and social progress – is the guiding principle of all our actions.
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Jan Vejmelka Brief Company Profile: The Trade Section of The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Malaysia promotes business between the Czech Republic and Malaysia and we assist both Communities in this effort. Through our extensive network we can identify and establish relevant contacts with potential business partners and government institutions of both countries. Furthermore, we can provide information about the Czech economy, business, laws and regulations and assist with trade missions and/ or conference participations.
5P for RES
AVAS Export Import
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Parˇížská 17 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic Tel: +420 603 828 014 E-mail: office@5PforRES.eu Website: www.5pforres.eu
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Alšova 694 334 41 Dobrˇ any, Czech Republic Tel: +420 377 224 862 Fax: +420 377 233 073 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.avas-concrete.com/
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Zdeneˇk Chaluš Brief Company Profile: Renewable Energy Sources implementation, technical assistance, self powered community programs.
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Ladislav Dolanský Brief Company Profile: Greentech agriculture, water treatment, feed & fertilizer – volcanic sediments.
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DSK spol. s r.o.
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Šteˇpánská 15 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic Tel: +420 296 342 809 Fax: +420 296 342 502 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.czechinvest.org
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Lisabonská 2394/4 190 00 Praha, Czech Republic Tel: +420 777 745 901 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.dsk-czech.eu
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Vojteˇch Helikar Brief Company Profile: CzechInvest is the investment and business development agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic. It offers services to investors, information on investment incentives, location of Czech suppliers and related assistance.
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Jirˇí Vacek Brief Company Profile: Environmental engineering, energy from biomass, custom water jet cutting technologies.
NAFIGATE Corporation, a.s.
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Kolbenova 568/29 Tel: +420 734 201 245 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.nafigate.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Velmurughan Thavasi, Ph.D.
SVCS Process Innovation s.r.o.
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Optátova 37 637 00 Brno, Czech Republic Tel: +420 541 423 230 Fax: +420 541 423 219 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.svcs.eu
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Vladimír Jurásek
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Ve Struhách 27 160 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic Tel: +420 234 006 100 Fax: +420 234 006 251 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.tc.cz
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Radka Hávová
Technology Centre of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic (ASCR)
TECHNOLOGY CENTRE ASCR
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Brief Company Profile: A group of companies that develop international markets for nanofibers. The corporation operates a unique nanofibers gateway www. nafigate.com
Brief Company Profile: Diffusion Furnace for Solar Cell Manufacturing.
Brief Company Profile: The Technology Centre prepares analytic and conceptual studies for R&D, performs international technology transfers and supports the creation and development of small innovation businesses.
Participating EU companies ‹‹‹
Top WaterIndustry Technologies, s.r.o.
DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd
Sistem Vakuum Sdn Bhd
Origin: Czech Republic Address: Na Št’áhlavce 1555/2 160 00, Praha 6 Dejvice Tel: +420 602 366 866 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.aquantri.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Michael Carvan
Origin: Europe Address: Lot 10, Jalan Delima 1/1 Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park 40400 Shah Alam, Malaysia Tel: +603 5721 1800 Phone at IGEM: +6017 210 6817 Fax: +603 5721 1857 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.digi.com.my
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Victoria Lin
Origin: Europe Address: Level 6, Uptown 1 No. 1, Jalan SS21/58 Damansara Uptown Petaling Jaya, 47400 Malaysia Tel: +603 7725 6890 Phone at IGEM: +6017 875 4313 Fax: +603 7725 6940 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.logica.com www.cgi.com
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Jaime Zulkifli
Origin: Europe Address: 12A-02, 03 & 03A Wisma Zelan, Jalan Tasik Permaisuri 2, Bandar Tun Razak, Cheras 56000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 9171 6445 Phone at IGEM: +6012 208 1032 Fax: +603 9172 6920 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Website: www.sistemvakuum.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mdm. Jenny Soong
Brief Company Profile: Physical water treatment technology by asymmetric hybrid selective membrane separation. Manufacturing processes based on the reuse of water (recirculation) for the production of drinking water.
Brief Company Profile: DiGi’s Deep Green programme is our continuous commitment towards sustainable business practices by integrating Climate Change initiatives into all our operations. Come visit us to learn more about our climate change journey to reduce our carbon emissions by 50%.
Brief Company Profile: Logica is now part of CGI, a leading business and technology services company focused on helping clients achieve results. With 72,000 professionals in more than 40 countries, we have the presence, expertise and complete IT services to meet clients’ business needs anywhere, anytime. Visit cgi.com and logica. com to learn more.
Brief Company Profile: Sistem Vakuum Sdn Bhd (SV) is appointed by Roediger Vaccum GmbH as sole distributor for Roevac Vacuum Systems in Malaysia and Brunei since 1999. SV handles design and build of sewerage projects own its own with the support from their Principal, Roediger making the system most popular.
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Origin: Europe Address: 11 Jalan BPU 5 Bandar Puchong Utama 47100 Puchong, Selangor Tel: +603 5882 5595 Fax: +603 5882 7795 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.spmultitech.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. William SP Tan
SWITCH-Asia Project “Train the Trainers”
Origin: Europe Address: European Union Chamber of Commerce in China Unit 2204, Shui On Plaza, 333 Huai Hai Zhong Road, Shanghai 20002 P.R.China Tel: +86 (21) 6385 2023 ext. 114 Fax: +86 (21) 6385 2381 E-mail: ssartori@europeanchamber. com.cn Website: www.train-the-trainers.net
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Silvia Sartori
ALSTOM Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
Origin: France Address: 5th Floor Chulan Tower 3, Jalan Conlay 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 2055 6129 Phone at IGEM: +6012 269 6129 Fax: +603 2161 7788 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.alstom.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Saji Raghavan
Origin: France Address: 94 Bd Richard Lenoir 75011 Paris, France Tel: +33(0)953190862 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aventus.fr
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Philippe Figuiere
SP Multitech Renewable Energy Sdn Bhd
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Brief Company Profile: SP Multitech Renewable Energy Sdn Bhd is a green technology company providing ‘waste to energy’ solutions. We design and build biogas plants and supply related biogas technology equipment, including biogas power gensets. Using German technology for both wet and dry fermentation anaerobic digestion processes, we can help you convert organic waste into renewable energy in the form of biogas or green electricity.
Brief Company Profile: The EU-funded SWITCH-Asia Project “Train the Trainers” provides Sino-European training, research and lobbying to tackle the following problems connected with construction quality and sustainability in Eastern China: low energy efficiency in buildings, poor quality of materials, poor installation techniques and the mindset that good quality is often too costly.
Brief Company Profile: Alstom is an active key player in Malaysia’s Power (Generation & Transmission) and Rail infrastructure sectors for more than 40 years, with prominent local presence, capabilities and successful references. ALSTOM Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd was formed to supply local and regional customers with optimum solutions that meet Alstom’s high quality standards. Today, close to 900 highly specialized staff based in KL are serving the region.
Brief Company Profile: AVENTUS is a consulting company operating in the field of renewable energy, conducting market researches for French partners. Main targets are isolated areas requiring strong, reliable and adapted solutions means of power production (agriculture, mining companies, rural development, NGOs...). Beside, AVENTUS proposes solutions for Carbon Finance through CDM.
Participating EU companies ‹‹‹
Origin: France Address: 24 rue Pierre Brosslette Zac Mascareignes, 97420 Le Port Ile de La Reunion Tel: +262 55 23 70 Fax: +262 55 23 71 E-mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cyclea.fr
IGEM Participant(s): Mrs. Narijke Payet Brief Company Profile: Cyclea is a Réunion Island based recycling company handling both post and pre consumer waste. We have over 10 years successful experience in export of waste materials. The company is composed of following services: • sorting center • trading/commercial department • communication/educational department • animal rescue center Number of employees: 160 people. Our priority: improve world’s environment.
Inventec Asia Pacific
Origin: France Address: 9 Tampines Grande #06-13, 528735 Singapore Website: www.3ds.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Bertrand Pithioud
Origin: France Address: 4, Jalan P/17 - Selaman Industrial Park, Bandar Baru Bangi 43650 Selangor, Malaysia Tel: +603 8926 3855 / 58 Phone at IGEM: +6013 242 5396 Fax: +603 8926 3878 E-mail: customerservice.isea@ inventec.dehon.com margaux.rollet.inventec@ gmail.com Website: www.inventec.dehon. com/fr
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Patrice Rollet
Brief Company Profile: Dassault Systèmes offers a variety of solutions to help companies address industry-specific challenges and accelerate the rate of innovations needed to stay competitive in the marketplace. We combine advanced 3D and PLM application software, methodologies as well as services, with decades of experience to provide practical solutions for the following industries.
Brief Company Profile: Inventec Performance Chemicals, one of Europe’s leading Performance Chemicals companies, is the high-tech business of the Dehon Group with more than 100 years experience. We provide added value and environmental friendly chemical solutions for various applications in a wide range of industries: Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics, Energy, Fine Chemicals, Optical, Jewellery & Watches, food processing.
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Clean Batik Initiative
Origin: France Address: 9, rue Isaac Newton 98846 Ducos, BP 4006 Nouméa New Caledonia Tel: +687 284 208 Fax: +687 281 281 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.sun-ray.fr www.sun-ray.com.au
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Alban Goullet-Allard
Origin: France Address: 4 rue Saint Antoine Numbo, BP 7306 Ducos 98801 Nouméa – Nouvelle Calédonie Tel: +687 27 62 27 Mobile: +687 77 17 16 Fax: +687 24 11 27
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Emmanuel Vincent
Origin: France Address: 15, rue de Verdun Espace Performance Bureau 17, BP M3 98849 Nouméa Cedex – New Caledonia Tel: +687 24 23 68 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Emmanuel Vincent
Origin: Germany / EU Address: Suite 47.01, Level 47 Menara AmBank, 8 Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tel: +603 9235 1800 Fax: +603 2072 1198 E-mail: schvonne.choo@malaysia. ahk.de Website: www.malaysia.ahk.de
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Schvonne Choo
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Brief Company Profile: Sun Ray is represented worldwide (Asia, Africa, Caribbean Area, Europa & Pacific) by a vast network of dealers and independent distributors. We can offer, and guarantee, a product that will meet your needs on profitability and reliability. Our products are French made with the best quality European materials and certified CE, Water Mark, AS-NZS 2712-2007 and ISO 9001-2008.
Brief Company Profile: - 4 Subsidiaries - Headquarters in Guadeloupe - Shareholding : 50% EDF / 50% TOTAL - Turnover 2011 : 82 M€
Brief Company Profile: Synergie is the New Caledonian Association of Renewable Industrial, Designer and Engineering Consulting firms.
Brief Company Profile: Clean Batik Initiative (CBI) is a 3-year (2011-2013) programme implemented by the MalaysianGerman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MGCC), and co-funded by the European Union under the SWITCH-Asia programme. CBI consists of three components: Sustainable Production, Sustainable Consumption, and Policy Dialogues. CBI paves way for sustainable development of Batik industry, with 100 batik SMEs coached by the project so far.
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Origin: Germany Address: Unit 23-9, Block B Boulevard Offices, Mid Valley City Lingkaran Syed Putra 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 2289 2237 Phone at IGEM: +6012 298 6362 Fax: +603 2287 0302 E-mail: sherman.chong@hoppecke. com.my Website: www.hoppecke.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Sherman Chong
IBC Solar Teknik Sdn Bhd
Origin: Germany Address: B112 1st Floor, Block B Kelana Square, #17, Jalan SS 7/26 Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya Selangor Tel: +603 7803 3328 Phone at IGEM: +6012 201 2680 Fax: +603 7804 8440 E-mail: email@example.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Faish Azim Yahaya
M+W High Tech Projects Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
Origin: Germany Address: 20th Floor, Unit A Gurney Tower, No.18 Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang, Malaysia Tel: +604 370 4500 Fax: +604 370 4510 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mwgroup.net
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Paul Whittle
Q-Cells Malaysia Sdn Bhd
Origin: Germany Address: Lot 1 Jalan SP2, Seksyen 2, Selangor Science Park 2, 63300 Cyberjaya Selangor, Malaysia Tel: +603 8315 0073 Fax: +603 8320 2630 E-mail: email@example.com. com firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.q-cells.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Abdul Rahman bin Khalid Ms. KY Low
Hoppecke Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Brief Company Profile: Since 1927 HOPPECKE have been developing and producing batteries and systems “Made in Germany”. Right up to the present day, many of our developments have led the way forward in the world of industrial batteries. HOPPECKE is now the specialist for industrial battery systems, and at the same time the largest manufacturer in European ownership.
Brief Company Profile: IBC SOLAR Teknik Sdn Bhd is the perfect technical and business partner. We are an international company powered by local professionals. With our extensive experience in solar photovoltaic. IBC SOLAR Teknik Sdn Bhd has the experience and expertise in ensuring, any project big or small scales gets the highest quality design and service.
Brief Company Profile: M+W Group is a leading global engineering and construction partner for technology-based clients in the segments Photovoltaics, Battery Cells and Energy & Environment Technologies. Our competence to link process and automation technologies with facilities enables us to provide technically challenging solutions from selective support of highly innovative start-ups to largescale turnkey projects.
Brief Company Profile: Worldwide leading PV solutions provider with an extensive portfolio ranging from high quality solar cells, solar modules to turnkey PV systems.
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Solar Plus GmbH
Greater Munich Area / University of Applied Sciences
Origin: Germany Address: Uracher Str. 91 72555 Metzingen, Germany Tel: +49 7123 9690 Fax: +49 7123 969 165 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.refusol.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Gert-Lang-Alischer
Origin: Germany Address: Carl-Zeiss Ring 11 085737 Ismaning Germany Tel: +351 966 390 27 Phone at IGEM: +6011 500 1543 E-mail: nuno.cheisrodrigues@ solarplus.pt Website: www.solarplus.pt
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Nuno Cheis Rodrigues
Origin: Germany Address: Rosenheim Hochschulstr. 1 83024 Rosenheim Germany Tel: +49 8031 805 695 Fax: +49 8031 805 697 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.gma-universities.de; www.fachhochschulerosenheim.de
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Brief Company Profile: REFUsol is one of the top three providers of solar inverters globally with over 47 years of experience in power electronics. REFUsol is headquartered in Germany and has subsidiaries in Korea, China, India and the U.S. as well as sales and service partners in key strategic photovoltaic markets around the world.
Brief Company Profile: Solar Plus is a company dedicated to Renewable Energy. Our core business is to manufacture and develop Thin Film solar modules and provide scalable turn-key PV solutions. Besides being specialized on advanced photovoltaic modules manufacturing our principal activities are Systems Planning and Design, Engineering Services, Supply & Procurement, Systems Delivery & Installation, Systems Monitoring & Maintenance, PV Audits & Consulting and Equipment Development.
IGEM Participant(s): Partners from Universiti Kuala Lumpur for the joint Master Programme “Master of Engineering Technologies, Green and Energy Efficient Buildings” Staff of the GMA Universities Brief Company Profile: The Universities of the Greater Munich Area (GMA) and UniKL offer a joint Master programme “Master of Engineering Techno logies, Green And Energy Efficient Buildings” covering the topics of energy efficiency and environmental responsibility in construction related fields. Furthermore we offer German know-how by 3-day Short Courses in the fields of Renewable Energies and Green Buildings.
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Universiti Kuala Lumpur
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Origin: Germany Address: 1016, Jalan Sultan Ismail 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 2175 4000 ext 5108 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.unikl.edu.my
IGEM Participant(s): Associate Prof. Dr. Robert TH. Bachmann Brief Company Profile: The first university to offer a joint Masters program in Green & Energy Efficient Buildings in Malaysia with German partner University of Applied Sciences Rosenheim. We offer handson engineering technology programs from diploma to PhD level.
Origin: Italy Address: Via Langhe 24 12060 Carrù Italy Tel: +39 01 7375 0600 Phone at IGEM: +6019 661 6590 Fax: +39 01 7377 9014 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.eplusplus.net
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Massimo Bergadano
Origin: Netherlands Address: 7th Floor, South Block The AmpWalk, 218 Jalan Ampang Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Malaysia Tel: +603 2168 6200 Fax: +603 2168 6240 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.netherlands.org.my
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Christine Lai
Brief Company Profile: E++ experience in renewable energies dates back to 1925, in hydroelectric. With our first PV installations in the 80s and a long experience in cogeneration, hybrid plants and standalone applications (water pumping, mini-grids), we also focused on energy efficiency in buildings developing our own technology and testing devices.
Brief Company Profile: The Economic Department of the Embassy is responsible for the promotion of Dutch exports and investment into Malaysia, while at the same time assisting Malaysian companies to do business in the Netherlands. Using its expertise and network, the Economic Department can help both Dutch and Malaysian businessmen and women with identifying and establishing relevant contacts with potential business partners and government officials, both in Malaysia as well as in the Netherlands.
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The Trade and Investment Promotion Section of The Embassy of the Republic of Poland THE TRADE AND INVESTMENT PROMOTION SECTION of The Embassy of The Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
GreenEvo Technology Accelerator, Ministry of the Environment
Asket Roman Długi
Origin: Poland Address: P.O. Box 47/48 Putra World Trade Centre – PWTC Suite 6, Level 7, Menara Dato’Onn 45, Jalan Tun Ismail 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 4043 0940 / 4042 7886 Fax: +603 4043 0216 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.kualalumpur.trade. gov.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Rafał Szczepkowski
Origin: Poland Address: Wawelska 52/54 Warsaw, 09-922 Poland Tel: +48 22 369 28 66 Fax: +48 22 369 22 63 E-mail: marzena.brzychcy@ greenevo.gov.pl Website: www.greenevo.gov.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Marzena Brzychcy
Origin: Poland Address: 61-362 Poznan´ 12a Forteczna St. Tel: +48 61 879 33 93 Mobile: +48 602 572 174 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.asket.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Roman Długi
Origin: Poland Address: 82-300 Elbla˛g 55 Robotnicza St., Przegródka 12 Tel: +48 55 239 43 03 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.biogradex.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Andrzej Nazar
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Brief Company Profile: Trade & Investment Promotion Section of The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur is the establishment of The Polish Ministry of Economy. Our main task is to promote Poland, Polish economy, industry, services and products in Malaysia as well as the investments and tourism opportunities in Poland.
Brief Company Profile: GreenEvo – The Green Technology Accelerator (GTA) is an innovative project of the Ministry of the Environment, prepared with a view to transfer Polish environmental technologies and supporting the development of companies in this area. The aim of this project is to support Polish companies involved in the development of green technologies in their operations and in the promotion of their unique products on international markets.
Brief Company Profile: BIOMASSER® technology consists in briquetting straw of moisture content 15%-30% that means the raw material does not need prior drying. We achieve 100% ecological briquettes, known as “golden coal”, an alternative for solid fuels like wood, coal. BIOMASSER® technology success is based on simplicity, with very low energy consumption.
Brief Company Profile: BIOGRADEX Technology is patented all over the world. Its principle is based on vacuum degassing of mixed liquor between bioreactors and secondary clarifiers, using higher design parameters of wastewater treatment systems and reducing the size of the plant. BIOGRADEX Technology forms a higher world class level of wastewater treatment technology
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CTE Carbotech Engineering S.A.
Ecotech Poland S.A.
EKOTOP Roman Sobczyk
Origin: Poland Address:70-477 Szczecin 62 Wojska Polskiego Av. Tel: +48 91 812 83 19 E-mail: oczyszczalnie@ ctecarbotech.eu Website: www.ctecarbotech.eu
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Dariusz Mazurek Remigiusz Jankowski Brief Company Profile: For communes, inter-commune unions, residential settlement, schools, hotels etc. in need of efficient communal waste treatment systems, we offer a technology for constructing a biological-mechanical, flow sewage treatment plant, container type. Contrary to other similar solutions available on the market, we offer a unique, patented, energy saving and highlyefficient technical solution, which may be constructed both fully underground and on an embankment.
Origin: Poland Address: 00-363 Warsaw 54/56 Nowy S´wiat St. Tel: +48 55 239 43 03 Mobile phone: +48 512 462 337 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.ecotech.com.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Dominik Wojewódka
Origin: Poland Address: 64-920 Piła 25/1 Wawelska St. Tel: +48 67 215 36 89 Mobile: +48 603 363 469 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Website: www.ekotop.eu
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Maciej Sobczyk
Brief Company Profile: EnviroMix® technology, contrary to other stabilization technologies, ensures low investment costs and not burdensome exploitation. It also gives a timeless warrantee as far as environmental safety and waste decision-makers are concerned. An innovative method of neutralisation and recovery of hazardous waste. Our technology is not based on thermal methods. When compared with traditional methods, it combines unheard-of effectiveness with low exploitation costs. Simplicity of installing solutions let us use this technology in mobile devices (container stations).
Brief Company Profile: Hybrid sewage sludge drying is a solution prepared by the EKOTOP company for municipal sewage treatment plants, water and mains enterprises, as well as water and sewage companies. The technology allows for ecological processing of sewage sludge using low-cost alternative energy sources such as heat from biogas combustion, waste heat utilization from treated sewage, waste heat from cogenerator cooling and solar energy.
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JAKUSZ Systemy Zabezpieczen´ Bankowych
Multichem Eko Sp. Z o.o.
Origin: Poland Address: 83-400 Kos´cierzyna 40 Przemysłowa St. Tel: +48 58 686 85 27 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.jakusz.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Michał Maciukiewicz
Origin: Poland Address: 74-200 Pyrzyce 8 Stargardzka St. Tel: +48 91 570 06 76 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.multichem-eko.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Aleksandra Rogut
Origin: Poland Address: 03-680 Warsaw 12 Agatowa St. Tel: +48 22 519 60 32 Mobile: +48 602 704 632 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ppeko.com.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Wojciech Pietraszek
Origin: Poland Address: 85-079 Bydgoszcz 27 Kos´ciuszki St. Mobile: +48 660 793 827 E-mail: bartosz.marciniak@promar. com.pl Website: www.promar.com.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Ryszard Marciniak
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Brief Company Profile: This technology is based on comprehensive disassembling and utilization of redundant ammunition. The process is carried out safely for both environment and people operating this installation.
Brief Company Profile: Multichem Eko Sp. Z o.o. offers the meat and food processing industry, agri-food plants and sewage sludge treatment plants, reliable comprehensive solutions for created waste treatment. FuelCal technology enables processing of waste immediately, on site, as a continuation of existing production lines. Our company offers complete processing facilities for transferring waste in an environment-friendly way to create valuable marketable products generating huge profits. The resulting products can be used as intelligent natural fertilizers or green energy fuels.
Brief Company Profile: PP EKO is a leading Polish environmental engineering company offering “design & build” services as well as consulting, technology supply in the field of industrial sewage treatment plants and solving difficult problems of water and wastewater. We design and build turnkey sewage treatment plants and water treatment for industry and municipal sector. Extensive experience in this field allows us to be a partner in the most difficult challenges.
Brief Company Profile: The engineers who work in PROMAR llc have designed a system which is offered on the market under the name PROM@R MONITORING SYSTEM (PMS), which optimizes the power consumption in all types of buildings.
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Ecological Technologies Zbigniew Tokarz
WSK Kraków Ltd
DRESSER RAND Guascor
Origin: Poland Address: 02-654 Warsaw 8/21 Wygle˛dowska St. Tel: +48 22 621 11 88 Mobile: +48 604 094 573 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.qenergy.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Krzysztof Przychodzki Brief Company Profile: Gasification technology is an innovative approach to traditional combustion, separating the process of gasification and combustion of the gas into two separate processes. A major advantage of the technology is the possibility of utilizing biomass and waste at source and the production of renewable heat and electricity.
Origin: Poland Address: 97-410 Kleszczów 6 Nowa St. , Bogumiłów Tel: +48 44 731 45 70 Mobile: +48 509 837 055 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.tokarz.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Michał Tokarz
Origin: Poland Address: 30-011 Cracow 53 Wrocławska St. Mobile: +48 608 343 554 E-mail: email@example.com. pl, firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.wsk.com.pl
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Tomasz Tetłak
Origin: Spain Address: Oikia, 44, Zumaia 20759 Spain Tel: +34 943 86 52 05 Fax: +34 943 86 52 10 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.guascorpower.com
IGEM Participant(s): Iker Kortejarena
Brief Company Profile: T Technology is a technology designed for processing plastic waste produced by industrial facilities and households into liquid fuels. The technology is safe, environmentally friendly and economically viable, due to processing and municipal waste products. The technology is a no-waste solution.
Brief Company Profile: A geothermal heating pump VATRA, produced by WSK Krakow company, provides a costeffective, maintenance free and environmental friendly system for heating, water heating and air conditioning for individual and industrial recipients. Unlike competing solutions, WSK Krakow provides a highly efficient heating pumps with power ratings up to 240 kW or more, with zero direct emission of harmful substances into the atmosphere and control system that allows its adaptation to any kind of installation.
Brief Company Profile: Dresser Rand Guascor is a designer and manufacturer of diesel and gas engines and energy systems since 1966. In the world of Cogeneration - Generation systems, is able to provide energy equipment and solutions for very different applications. We can also tailor our products to our customers’ needs. Dresser Rand Guascor’s worldwide network of distributors provides quick and effective technical assistance and spare parts service.
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ICEX Spain Trade and Investment
UK Trade & Investment and SE Asia Climate Change Network
Origin: Spain Address: 20th Floor, Menara Boustead, 69 Raja Chulan 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 2148 7300 Fax: +603 2141 5006 E-mail: kualalumpur@comercio. mineco.es Website: www.icex.es
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Alex Foo
Origin: United Kingdom Address: British High Commission Kuala Lumpur, 185 Jalan Ampang 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2170 2234 Fax: +603 2170 2325 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ukinmalaysia.fco.gov.uk
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Zubir Abdul Aziz
Origin: United Kingdom Address: 13th Floor Wharf T&T Centre, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsu Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: +852 2972 1000 Fax: +852 2890 6343 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.atkinsglobal.com
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Susana Halliday Mr. Jason Hutchings
Origin: United Kingdom Address: Benoy Kuala Lumpur Quill 7 27F, Jalan Stesen Sentral 5 KL Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tel: +603 2776 6835 Fax: +603 2776 6999 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.benoy.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Richard Lee
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Brief Company Profile: Spain Trade and Investment (ICEX) is to promote and develop Spanish exports in collaboration with Spanish’s Economic and Commercial Offices aboard. ICEX also provide foreign importers with detailed information about the range of exportable Spanish products or services on offer. For more information about Spanish products or services, please contact the Economic and Commercial Office in the country concerned.
Brief Company Profile: UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and the South East Asia Regional Climate Change Network have come together to promote the business strengths of the UK’s green / low-carbon sector and also the business opportunities. UKTI provides practical support to exporters and inward investors and Climate Change Officers provide low-carbon development policy support.
Brief Company Profile: Atkins is the UK’s largest multi-disciplinary Engineering consultancy. Founded in 1938, our 200 offices around the world provide awardwinning design services, including Architecture, Planning and Environmental Sustainability.
Brief Company Profile: Benoy is a world-leading international firm of Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers with some 500 staff working internationally. The business was founded in 1947 in the UK and opened their Hong Kong office in 2002, since then Benoy has expanded across Asia and the Middle East.
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BIODOME® Asia Sdn Bhd
Foster + Partners
Sinclair Knight Merz
Origin: United Kingdom Address: A-07-05, Office Tower Empire Subang, Jalan SS16/1 Subang Jaya, 47500 Selangor Malaysia Tel: +603 5880 6704 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.biodome-asia.com
IGEM Participant(s): Ms. Huey Yee YOONG
Origin: United Kingdom Address: Riverside 22 Hester Road London, SW11 4AN United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)20 7738 0455 Fax: +44 (0)20 7738 1107 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.fosterandpartners.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Karsten Vollmer
Origin: United Kingdom Address: Howbery Park, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 8BA United Kingdom Tel: +44 (001491 835381 Fax: +44 (001491 832233 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.hrwallingford.com
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Geoff Wilson
Origin: United Kingdom Address: Level 15, Block E Plaza Mont’ Kiara, No. 2 Jalan Kiara, Mont’ Kiara 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
IGEM Participant(s): Mr. Simon Babes
New City Court, 20 St Thomas Street, London, SE1 1RS Tel: +603 6204 6603 Fax: +603 6204 6699 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.globalskm.com/ Markets/Europe/
Brief Company Profile: BIODOME Asia is the regional HQ of UK-based KIRK Environmental. For the past 35 years, our specialization in water, wastewater & anaerobic digestion/biogas project infrastructure design & built have contributed to success of many clean energy projects. We have completed projects in all 6 continents & now aim to transfer our expertise in this area to assist the growth of renewable energy industry in Asia.
Brief Company Profile: Foster + Partners, led by Norman Foster, is an international studio for architecture, engineering, industrial and interior design. The practice has pioneered a sustainable approach to architecture through a wide range of work and has received over 600 awards for excellence and won over 100 competitions since its inception in 1967.
Brief Company Profile: HR Wallingford is an independent engineering and environmental hydraulics organisation. We deliver practical solutions to the complex waterrelated challenges faced by our international clients. A dynamic research programme underpins all that we do and keeps us at the leading edge. Our unique mix of know-how, assets and facilities includes state of the art physical modelling laboratories, a full range of numerical modelling tools and, above all, enthusiastic people with world-renowned skills and expertise.
Brief Company Profile: Sinclair Knight Merz is a leading projects firm, with global capability in strategic consulting, engineering and project delivery. It operates across the Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa, deploying some 7,000 people from more than 40 offices. Recent acquisitions of two UK based consultancies, Colin Buchanan & Partners and Enviros, have significantly boosted SKM’s green technology and consulting skills.
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Top WaterIndustry Technologies, s.r.o.
TOP WaterIndustry Technologies is an engineering, manufacturing and consulting company which is mainly engaged in production of machines based on hybrid technology asymmetric selective membrane separation (THASMS). These units produce mineralized drinking and technological water. Na Št’áhlavce 1555/2 160 00, Praha 6 Dejvice Tel: +420 602 366 866 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.aquantri.com
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Logica is now part of CGI, a leading business and technology services company focused on helping clients achieve results. With 72,000 professionals in more than 40 countries – including over 10,000 members in Asia Pacific – we have the presence, expertise and complete IT services to meet clients’ business needs anywhere, anytime. We have been established in Malaysia since 1986 and work across various industries, including the energy sector.
Our sustainability initiatives are modelled around four viewpoints: • Powering: sustainably meeting our need for energy. • Mobilising: allowing people and things to move around sustainably. • Catalysing: leveraging information and communication technology so that organisations can operate and people can live more sustainably. • Financing: investment that funds sustainable development and behaviour. Our sustainability propositions: • Smart Utilities Our propositions in Smart Utilities include: • Smart-enabled grids: real-time, reliable, flexible grids • Smart energy markets: providing the systems that enable innovative energy saving and low carbon technologies to be brought to market • Smart energy services: working with our clients to create services that build new revenue streams, leveraging smart meter data and enable sustained changes to energy saving behaviours in the home. • Sustainable Mobility Our sustainable mobility proposition helps our clients to: • Provide online trip planning services that are convenient for people to use • Reduce running costs in providing real-time public transport information to citizens • Reduce traffic congestion (and fuel costs) through real-time tracking of vehicles • Help clients enter the electric vehicle (EV) charging market • Reduce running costs for electric vehicle charging • Carbon Management We work with clients to reduce energy and compliance costs by measuring, managing and reducing carbon footprint and increase savings. • Energy Management We work with clients to save energy and costs through intelligent use of real-time information and metering data. • Sustainable Supply Chain We work with clients to assess their exposure to high energy costs and volatile raw materials prices, to identify supplier risk hot spots and to develop strategies to mitigate these. To contact us, call our Marketing and Communications Manager in Asia, Jaime Zulkifli, at +603 7725 6890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is available at www.cgi.com and www.logica.com.
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12A-03, Wisma Zelan, Jalan Tasik Permaisuri 2, Bandar Tun Razak, Cheras, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Email : email@example.com Website : www.sistemvakuum.com
Tel : +603-9171 6445 Fax : +603-9172 6920
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Website : www.ecoclean.com.my
Tel : +603-9171 8160 Fax : +603-9171 9160
providing 'waste to energy' solutions.
With appropriate biogas technology, all types of organic waste can be anaerobically digested to yield their energy content in the form of biogas which can then be used to generate electricity. Biogas can also be used for cooking or heating, and when treated and upgraded to biomethane, can be used as fuel for vehicles. In the process, we also help to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases which cause the global warming effect. At SP Multitech Renewable Energy Sdn Bhd, we are ready to provide such 'waste to energy' solutions. Using proven German technology with the advantage of Malaysian pricing, we are confident it will be feasible for many large operations that generate much organic wastes to put such wastes to good and profitable use. In particular, we see great potential for generating green or renewable energy from food and agroprocessing wastes, livestock farm manure, palm oil mill effluent and other agricultural biomass, and the organic portion of municipal solid waste.
Contact us for further discussion on how to generate profit out of your organic wastes or biomass. SP MULTITECH RENEWABLE ENERGY SDN. BHD. (435463-K)
11 Jalan BPU 5, Bandar Puchong Utama, 47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia Contact person : Mr William Tan
Tel : +603 - 5882 5595 / 5882 1195 Fax : + 603 - 5882 7795 Email : email@example.com Web site : www.spmultitech.com
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COMMITTING FOR TOMORROW A global leader in equipment and services for the power generation, power transmission and rail transport markets, Alstom has placed sustainable growth at the centre of its strategy, by developing innovative, environmentally friendly technologies. Each day, Alstom’s employees, spread throughout more than 70 countries, work to make our future better.
ALSTOM Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd 5th Floor, Chulan Tower, 3 Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +60 3 2055 6000 Fax: +60 3 2161 7788
Aventus AVENTUS is a consulting company operating in the field of renewable energy, conducting market researches for French partners. Main targets are isolated areas requiring strong, reliable and adapted solutions means of power production (agriculture, mining companies, rural development, NGOs).
Beside, AVENTUS proposes solutions for Carbon Finance through CDM.
Cyclea Cyclea is a Réunion Island based recycling company handling both post and pre consumer waste. We have over 10 years successful experience in export of waste materials. The company is composed of following services : • SORTING CENTER • TRADING/COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT • COMMUNICATION/EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT • ANIMAL RESCUE CENTER Number of employees: 160 people. Our priority: Improve world’s environment.
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by INVENTEC Inventec and the group Dehon have always thought of their strategies in sustainable development terms by participating to the drafting and to the early implementation of the regulations to reduce chemicals impact on the users and the environment. They have developed a green innovative approach along two dimensions: the first one in order to find substitution products with less global impact (climate impact, toxicity, flammability etc…) and the other one in order to create new services that impact less the environment and health through reduction of exposure and accordingly emissions. Our products reach all the high technical and economical performance to ensure a good quality and performance of our clients. But Inventec want to go one step further today. Inventec has always been recognized by Environmental institutions and groups as an actor which tries to go further than industry present expectations. The Greenway label is a main result of this continous effort strategy of Inventec for sustainable development. A product is declared “Greenway”when 1/3 of the parameters of our products and services, describing their impacts on health and environment, are improved. All the criteria definition and improvement are checked by VERITAS. We plan to have 15% of products and 2 services under the Greenway label by the end of 2013. The Greenway objectives are simple : Innovative formulations, more control over the downstream processes, stricter upstream supply especially for more renewable raw materials, more efficient waste treatment for an increased reuse. More impact in the processes but less impact on health and environment, this is the future of chemicals for high tech industries.
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Sun Ray Today, Sun Ray is the world’s third largest manufacturer of Marine Grade Stainless Steel solar water tanks. Its 33 year long track record has proven Sun Ray’s capacity to innovate and invest in research and development. This has led Sun Ray to become a key player worldwide in the manufacturing of solar hot water systems. (Thermosiphon and Split Systems.) Sun Ray is represented worldwide (Asia, Africa, Caribbean Area, Europa & Pacific) by a vast network of dealers and independent distributors.
Sun Ray’s reputation and image have been built with strong values, this gives customers confidence and satisfaction in our company and products.
We can offer, and guarantee, a product that will meet your needs on profitability and reliability. Our products are French made with the best quality European materials and certified CE, Water Mark, AS-NZS 27122007 and ISO 9001-2008
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Referent actor in France for 20 years More than 200 employees over French over seas 4 Subsidiaries Headquarters in Guadeloupe 1150 grid connected PV farms franchised with an installed capacity of 61MWp 8000 stand alone system in Management 40MWp in exploitation for customer: EDF EN, AEROWATT,… Shareholding : 50% EDF / 50% TOTAL Turnover 2011 : 82 M€
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Working for reneWable energy in neW Caledonia
PRESENTATION founded in 2009, Synergie is an association which regroups new Caledoniaâ€™s principal enterprises committed to renewable energy and the control of the energy.
This gathering is necessary and essential judging from the agents of this sector, in order to make the institutions value the urgency and the importance for the territory to lead to a structured and perennial development of the field.
Synergie is labeled â€œclusterâ€? by the french national government since 2011.
S o l a r S tat i o n at H e l i o S B ay, t o n t o u ta The equipment installed develops 2.1MW.
Clean Batik Initiative (CBI) Clean Batik Initiative (CBI) is a 3-year (2011-2013) programme implemented by the Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MGCC), and co-funded by the European Union under the SWITCH-Asia programme. Our local supporting organizations include Department of Environment / Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (DOE), Kraftangan Malaysia and Persatuan Pembatik Malaysia, together with the local branches in Kelantan and Terrenganu.
Sustainable Production is the main focus of this project and concerns the supply side, focusing on the economic, social and environmental impacts of Batik production. Sustainable Consumption addresses the demand side, focusing on consumers’ behaviour and choices in purchasing Batik products. Policy Dialogues aims to intervene at policy framework-level to complement concrete interventions in businesses and consumer networks and / or organizations.
The programme consists of three components: Sustainable Production, Sustainable Consumption, and Policy Dialogues. The CBI programme aims to “green” both the supply and the demand side of Batik products to ensure that environmental impacts are thoroughly taken into account so that a virtuous push-pull cycle of responsible production and informed consumption can pave way for the sustainable development of the Batik industry.
To date 100 batik SMEs (83 in Kelantan, 17 in Terrenganu), an estimated 15% of the Malaysian batik industry have been ‘greened’ by the project.
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Hoppecke Asia Pacific Pte Ltd HOPPECKE IN BRIEF Since 1927 HOPPECKE have been developing and producing batteries and systems “Made in Germany”. Right up to the present day, many of our developments have led the way forward in the world of industrial batteries.
We offer to our customers, throughout the world, concepts for efficient and reliable power supply. We are constantly learning, and approach the conception, development and marketing of systems from many different angles. HOPPECKE is now the specialist for industrial battery systems, and at the same time the largest manufacturer in European ownership. Our key aim is to provide you with solutions with the best possible lifecycle costs. HOPPECKE is committed and focused on providing latest technology, green, and re- cycable lead acid battery systems to the growing Malaysian solar off-grid market. We are offering our solar battery solutions, which are designed and built specifically for any solar renewable energy platform. Our solutions for even the harshest environmental condition, consist of both HOPPECKE Vented OPzS solar. power and Gel OPzV solar.power ranges, which are widely deployed for off-grid stand alone systems in the ASEAN, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands regions, Africa, Middle East and in Europe. HOPPECKE IN MALAYSIA HOPPECKE is represented in Malaysia with its Regional Asia Pacific Office since 2003. In 2009, HOPPECKE has actively embarked on engineering services capabilities and technical support competencies in Malaysia. HOPPECKE has established its first local Service Centre in this region providing logistic, technical and warranty support to the Malaysian off-grid hybrid solar customers. We are focused on the states of Sabah and Sarawak, where many solar off-grid projects are deployed under the Ministry of Education and Ministry of Rural Development of Malaysia. The HOPPECKE Service Centre located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah has the capabilities to provide off-grid & on-grid engineering consultancy, battery storage logistic and warehousing, battery charging & discharging facility, spare parts for warranty support, helpdesk support and on-site installation & commissioning works. For details and contact: Sherman Chong Sales Director APAC, Renewable Energy Market Segment Sherman.firstname.lastname@example.org
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IBC SOLAR IBC SOLAR is one of the world’s leading photovoltaic specialists, offering complete solutions for generating electricity from sunlight. The company, founded by Dipl.-Phys. Udo Möhrstedt in 1982 in Bad Staffelstein (Germany), covers the entire spectrum: from the first stages of planning to the handover of turnkey solar power systems. To date, more than 1.6 Gigawatts (GW) of photovoltaic power have been supplied throughout the world. IBC SOLAR is represent by subsidiaries in the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic China, Turkey, Austria, United Kingdom and Malaysia. It has currently 400 employees, of which 280 are employed in the headquarters in Germany. In 2010, IBC SOLAR generated a consolidated turnover of EUR 972 million.
Full Engineering Services We design, develop, systemize, integrate and assemble PV systems and products to meet our client’s operational requirements. This work is done in cooperation with IBC SOLAR AG. Planning and Project Management Our strength is in planning and project management of turnkey solar systems, which we deliver throughout the region. PV Consumable Products The company also designs specialised PV products for consumer and industrial markets. Typically we have designs for a range of PV garden lamps, solar umbrellas and solar air-conditioners. We provide total solutions to match your operational needs for a solar energy system.
IBC SOLAR Teknik Sdn Bhd IBC SOLAR Tecnik Sdn Bhd was incorporated in Malaysia in 2002. We offer unique, practical and innovative solutions in the field of photovoltaic (PV) engineering and design. Our experts thoroughly examine each requirement’s profile to ensure a tailor made implementation; the right configuration, the correct batteries, PV panels, inverters, cable and the perfect balance between price and efficiency. We never compromise of reliability.
Regional Support Centre The company acts for all IBC SOLAR activities in ASEAN, Asia and Asia Pacific, establishing IBC SOLAR as a company with the ability to respond to our customers’ requirements. Contemporary energy is renewable and renewable energy is reliable. That is precisely what the company and its employees stand for – a clean future. Contact data: Headquarters: IBC SOLAR AG Am Hochgericht 10, 96231 Bad Staffelstein, Germany Tel: +49 9573 9224 422 Fax: +49 9573 9224 444 E-mail: Dieter.Miener@ibc-solar.de www.ibc-solar.com Account Manager International Sales: Mr. Dieter Miener IBC SOLAR Malaysia: IBC SOLAR TENKIK SDN BHD B112, 1st Floor, Block B, Kelana Square, No. 17, Jalan SS7/26, Kelana Jaya 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Malaysia Tel: +603 7803 3328 Fax: +603 7804 8440 E-mail: email@example.com CEO IBC SOLAR Malaysia: Mr. Ahmad Nazri Bin Ibrahim
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M+W Group - Pioneers in Eco-design and construction The global engineering and construction company M+W Group (www. mwgroup.net) is constantly researching and developing new technologies and engineering concepts to enhance efficiency and the application of the latest developments within new green building projects. Overall building energy modeling analyzing heat and cooling loads, detailed energy auditing to determine the energy consumption of equipment and appliances, fluid dynamics analysis and building daylight simulation are just some of the analytical tools leading to a successful green building project. M+W Group shares in customer’s environmental performance and sustainability goals and works diligently to design and construct facilities for its customers that excel in environmental performance – some of them have additionally been honored with the ‘Leadership Award for Energy and Environmental Design’, LEED, and other recognitions. But the company also leads by example. The corporate headquarters, built already in 1998, is a world class, ‘world-friendly’ building, with characteristics that promote waste-reduction, energy-efficiency, and recycling, For several customers the M+W Group headquarters served as a benchmark for their own green facilities. In the Energy & Environment sector the Group provides solutions for the following fields: • Solar Thermal Power Stations • Photovoltaic Power Plants • Biomass Gasification Plants (Multifeedstock Technology) • Waste-to-Energy Plants • Li-Ion Battery Manufacturing Plants • Combined Heat and Power Plants • Certified Supplier for Subsystems for Nuclear Power Plants M+W Group is the leading global engineering, construction and project management company in the fields of Advanced Technology Facilities, Life Science & Chemicals, Energy & Environment Technologies and High-Tech Infrastructure. From concept development to turnkey services the company manages projects of all sizes ensuring rapid realization, high quality standards and cost-effective completion. With its competence to link process and automation technologies and complex facilities to integrated solutions. In 2011 M+W Group generated an order intake of 2.59 billion euros and revenues of 2.48 billion euros. The Group has a workforce of more than 7,000 employees and celebrates the 100th anniversary in 2012.
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Q-Cells Malaysia Sdn Bhd The Q.CELLS brand says it all. From high-quality solar cells and modules to complete photovoltaic systems, Q.CELLS is the quality name trusted by leading PV players and business partners worldwide.
Think solar, think Q.CELLS. Q-CELLS Malaysia can be contacted at: Sales and Technical Support Team Q-Cells Malaysia Sdn Bhd Lot 1, Jalan SP2, Seksyen 2 Selangor Science Park 2 63300 Cyberjaya Selangor, Malaysia Tel: +603 8315 0073 Fax: +603 8320 2630 E-mails: AR.Khalid@my.q-cells.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Our products not only offer high efficiencies. Thanks to the Q.CELLS Yield Security, our cells and modules are also extremely safe and reliable. The Q.CELLS Yield Security includes the Anti PID Technology against power loss caused by potential-induced degradation, Hot-Spot Protect for prevention of overheating of solar cells and in solar modules, as well as the unique Traceable Quality Tra.QTM signature technology for 100% traceability and forgery protection.
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Electrifying ideas. We develop new ground-breaking products from brilliant ideas. With knowledge, guts and technical creativity we make today, what will lead the way tomorrow.
Ralph M., Engineer
From good to better: Our innovative technology yields maximum performance improvement which makes our string inverters even more eďŹƒcient. As a leading technology company we supply ďŹ rst class products of the highest quality. Our claim: creating innovative products that are always at the leading edge. Making progress, made by REFUsol.
Solar Plus GmbH Solar Plus GmbH is a European company founded in 2005 starting its production on March of 2008. Our core business is to manufacture and develop Thin Film solar modules based on amorphous silicon semiconductors (a-Si). We have an experienced production factory of complete solar modules and photovoltaic solutions with full control of production technology and equipment.
We have a production capacity increase roadmap (from 10MW, 14MW, 16 MW and 19MW by 2013) totally interconnected with a well balanced R&D program, placing Solar Plus as a cutting edge technology company, with innovative products, and solutions. The installed technology (amorphous silicon (a-Si), tandem junction solar modules deposited through a PECVD (Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition) process) allows to rationalize the consumption of raw materials and energy, producing high performance products, with a very low environmental impact and at competitive prices. Solar Plus Quality and Environmental management systems and PV modules are all certified by TÜV Rheinland ensuring that our PV solutions have always permanent monitoring and the highest quality standards on the market.
Our Team is highly experienced in product, process and equipment development with a significant part of our staff fully dedicated do research and development.
To reinforce our environmental concerns Solar Plus also decided to validate the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) which results on a public Environmental Declaration allowing the disclosure of the company environmental policies and results. We want to emphasize that our knowledge goes beyond our manufacturing capabilities. In fact we have the experience to fully manage photovoltaic projects. We are also able to provide scalable turnkey solutions for solar farms as well as consultancy in PV Components and Management systems. Solar Plus is looking into the present, where the use of photovoltaic solar panels to seize the endogenous energy resources is a reality, and in the future, where the integration of photovoltaic modules in orderly and self-sustained urban constructions is a technical side with enormous potential. BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaic’s) is a very interesting application for Solar Plus Photovoltaic Modules, because they can produce energy with diffuse radiation and different orientation out of the ideal angle. On our product portfolio we have a high performance transparent module and our standard modules can have different patterns, different levels of transparencies and different colors for any given application.
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Technology for renewable energy from Italy since 1925
PHOTOVOLTAIC HYDROELECTRIC OFF-GRID POWER PLANTS OFF-GRID POWER PLANT COGENERATION ENERGY EFFICIENCY GREEN DESIGN
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Embassy of The Kingdom of The Netherlands The Economy and Trade Department of the Embassy is responsible for the promotion of Dutch exports to Malaysia and as such assists Dutch business men and women in these activities.
Through the extensive network in the Malaysian business community and the Malaysian government, the department can therefore help you with identifying and establishing relevant contacts with potential business partners and government relations. Furthermore the department can help you track down information about the Malaysian economy and Malaysian laws and regulations. In addition this department can be of assistance with trade missions and/or conference participations. The department closely cooperates with the EVD, The Netherlands Agency for International Business Cooperation. The EVD website (www.evd.nl) provides extensive information about doing business with Malaysia. For investment in the Netherlands, a special agency has been set up to assist entrepreneurs in setting up their business in the Netherlands. The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) is a division of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. It is responsible for the promotion, development and expansion of new and existing foreign business. From information-gathering to project implementation, the NFIA can assist companies at every stage of the process. NFIA’s service is completely confidential and free of charge. Also worthwhile to visit is the Holland Gateway website. Holland gateway is an initiative of the Ministry of Economics / NFIA, the Ministry of Justice / IND, Social Affairs and Employment / UWV, the Netherlands Chambers of Commerce and Schiphol Group. As a national information and service centre, Holland Gateway is geared for servicing the needs of international entrepreneurs, companies and investors and is committed to improving the ease-of-doing business in the Netherlands.
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THE TRADE AND INVESTMENT PROMOTION SECTION of The Embassy of The Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Trade and Investment Promotion Section
is the establishment of The Ministry of Economy of The Republic of Poland. Our main task is to promote Poland, Polish economy, industry, services and products in Malaysia as well as the investments and tourism opportunities in Poland.
Doing business-matching services and providing with general information on business environment in Malaysia we also share with Polish exporters our experience and knowledge of the Malaysian market. In the cooperation with Polish and Malaysian companies, associations, regional and national chambers of commerce and industry we participate in the fair and exhibition events organized in Malaysia as well as organize conferences, seminars, business match making sessions presenting the offers of the companies from Poland.
We promote and assist both Polish and Malaysian companies, especially those from SMEs, in seeking distributors, exporters and importers of the products as well as investors interested in setting up in Poland.
The activity of The Trade and Investment Promotion Section of The Embassy of The Republic of Poland in Kuala Lumpur also covers the territory of Brunei Darussalam and The Philippines. Poland benefits from a broad network of representatives in different locations in the world which can support you in doing business from as well as with Poland. For further information and assistance feel free to visit our website at: www.kualalumpur.trade.gov.pl or contact our Office in Kuala Lumpur: The Trade and Investment Promotion Section of The Embassy of the Republic of Poland P.O. Box 47/48, Putra World Trade Centre – PWTC Suite 6, Level 7, Menara Dato’Onn 45, Jalan Tun Ismail 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel: +603 4043 0940 / 4042 7886 Fax: +603 4043 0216 E-mail: email@example.com
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GreenEvo – The Green Technology Accelerator (GTA) is an innovative project of the Ministry of the Environment, prepared with a view to transfer Polish environmental technologies and supporting the development of companies in this area. The aim of this project is to support Polish companies involved in the development of green technologies in their operations and in the promotion of their unique products on international markets. The project was prepared at the Ministry of the Environment as part of the activities serving the Polish Presidency of COP 14, i.e. the United Nations Climate Conference, which was convened in Poland in December 2008. COP 14 was the most important forum for global negotiations on climate change and the Polish Minister of the Environment, Professor Maciej Nowicki, held the position of the President of this process until the successive Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009. The aim of the project is to assist Polish companies involved in the development of green technologies in their operations on international markets and their preparations for competitive management of their projects. The task of the GTA is to ensure the support of a public institution in the process of preparing a technology for its transfer abroad in the future and for finding foreign partners. The companies which participate in GreenEvo – the Green Technology Accelerator will be able to use different forms of support. The aim of the project is to help Polish green technologies win foreign market share. In this way, the Ministry of the Environment strengthens the international operations of the companies which participate in the scheme. Basic tools for implementing the objectives: • Support tools available • GreenEvo brand • Marketing suport • Commercial missions abroad • Specialist training courses • Further development • Knowledge of foreign markets • Protection of industrial intellectual property Polish technologies offer tested, innovative solutions, including areas: water and wastewater treatment, waste treatment, renewable energy sources, solutions supporting energy saving, air protection, biodiversity protection and recycling of materials used in industry. Currently the third edition of the GreenEvo project takes part and 40 companies - leaders of green technologies transfer their ecological solutions all around the world.
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UK at the forefront to build a greener global economy From energy efficiency to green build, wind power to waste, the UK’s knowledge and capability is being harnessed to provide low carbon solutions to the world. The UK Low Carbon Environmental Goods and Services Market is now the 6th largest in the world.
The UK’s Environment and Water sector companies have an international reputation for world-leading capabilities and outstanding solutions and services. The unique combination of traditional industrial expertise and scientific excellence with strong innovative approaches to technology, policy and regulation has ensured this sector’s global competitive advantage. The UK is home to some of the leading centres of excellence in climate science. It leads the world in assessing carbon footprints and removing carbon from an entire supply chain. The carbon footprint of the London 2012 Olympics was reduced by more than 50%.
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The UK is one of the best countries in the world in which to launch a clean-technology business according to an inaugural study by Cleantech Group and WWF. The UK is now the fifth most attractive country for renewable energy investment, moving up one place in the latest quarterly report by Ernst & Young.
For more information on how we can help your business grow, visit: ukinmalaysia.fco.gov.uk
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The UK leads on sustainable construction, including new techniques and technologies for adaptation. UK architecture and engineering firms are creating and designing for sustainable cities across Asia and the Middle East, while UK standards, such as BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM), are ensuring best practices in sustainable design and achieving world-class environmental performance from buildings.
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UK Trade & Investment is the Government department that helps UK based companies succeed in international markets. We assist overseas companies to bring high quality investment to the UK’s dynamic economy. We provide companies with the tools they require to be competitive on the world stage. For further information: Email – email@example.com Visit - www.ukinmalaysia.fco.gov.uk
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At Kiehl’s we maintain an impassioned commitment to the environment and are constantly striving to further our efforts – in our products, in our packaging, in our stores, and in the service of Kiehl’s patrons in their local communities around the world. We’ve minimized use of excessive packaging and maximized use of post-consumer recycled materials. We offer more products that are parabenfree, sulfate-free, silicon free, glycol-free and biodegradable. We use recyclable materials and encourage our customers to return “empties” for our “Recycle and be Rewarded” program. We build stores and use display materials that incorporate recovered or recycled materials. We’ve reduced our impact on the environment through minimizing the use of water and energy during the manufacturing process.
Kiehl’s Malaysia is proud to support YAWA - A Children’s Environmental Heritage Foundation.
Discovery of an Underwater Treasure The Andaman discovers a fringing coral reef in its shores
In December 2010, The Andaman embarked on a Coral Conservation project after discovering an 8,000 year old coral reef in its shores that was badly damaged by the 2004 Tsunami. Since then, the resort conducts monthly Coral Clearing activities and takes guests on educational Coral Walks to learn about this fragile ecosystem. The resort recently elevated its efforts to the next stage of coral rescue and rehabilitation by building a Coral Nursery to facilitate these objectives. Believed to be the first of its kind in SEA, it is here that guests can participate in the unique and inspiring activity of growing new coral which, after 4 - 12 months of nurturing, will be returned to the sea where they will bloom and blossom as part of a healthy new coral colony. The Coral Nursery, is not only a rehabilitation centre for rescued damaged coral, it also offers guests the unique opportunity to participate in inspiring activities to grow new coral and to learn the process of nurturing these new polyps. The coral pool also provides a great snorkeling area for children where our trained Coral Curator educates them on the fascinating life under the sea.
Not many places in the world can offer a tropical rainforest and a coral reef within 100 meters of each other. The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort on the Malaysian holiday island of Langkawi most certainly can. What started out as a voluntary activity for The Andaman associates during low tides is now a highlighted activity for guests. It all started with a few guests watching as the team carefully removed dead coral from the sea that were rolling over and damaging live coral. When we explained what we were doing, we were pleasantly surprised at how many adults and children wanted to help and do their little bit to save the environment â€“ one polyp at a time! Tie up your coral experience with an exclusive getaway at The Andaman. Enjoy this experience with The Andamanâ€™s Family Coral Package. For reservations or more information on our coral experience, visit www.theandaman.com or call +60 4 959 1088.
The Frangipani Langkawi Resort & Spa The Frangipani Langkawi Resort & Spa was formerly known as the Langkawi Village Resort. This Resort attained a sound reputation as a property with a superb location along Langkawi’s premier beach front, Pantai Tengah. In the beginning of 2006, Frangipani Hotels & Resorts Sdn Bhd took over the property and set about investing considerable capital to create a deluxe resort befitting its excellent location. Full developments of the hotel include a saltwater swimming pool, gym and spa. This eco-friendly resort is situated on a 400-metre stretch of soft golden sand along Pantai Tengah, which is next to Pantai Cenang. The two beaches are separated by a cliff, creating the privacy that couples and families appreciate. The bustling Pantai Cenang is accessible by car, literally 2 minutes away from the resort. We are located 10kms from the Langkawi International Airport and walking distance to restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. All 115 rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated to provide a serene and relaxed atmosphere. The suites are themed after unique attractions in Langkawi while the villas have semi-outdoor showers which give our guests a unique bathing experience. The Frangipani Langkawi Resort & Spa is the first resort in Langkawi to implement Green Practices to preserve the environment. It has won 11 environmental awards to date, including the ASEAN Green hotel award 2012, PATA Gold award for best Educational program, and the ASEANTA Best Conservation effort 2010.The Frangipani was also in the Trip Advisor’s 2012 Traveler’s choice award for top 25 Relaxation/Spa hotels in Malaysia. Our Food and beverage outlet offers Asian and International cuisine and a wide variety of beverages including our signature Frangipani fritters and Frangipani tea. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset while sipping exotic cocktails at our Coco Jam Beach Bistro. Our facilities include 3 swimming pools, outdoor Jacuzzis, Japanese anti-oxidant sauna, spa, reflexology path, meeting room, gym, recreational activities, and internet facilities. Rest assured that the friendly smiles and warm Malaysian hospitality of the Frangipani Langkawi Resort and Spa family will be the highlight of your holiday on the island of Langkawi.
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Change your light bulbs. Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) can last for up to four years and use a quarter of the energy normal lights bulbs use. They also produce more light. Un-plug appliances when you are not using them. Simple but effective. Use a clothesline to dry your clothes rather than a dryer. Take shorter showers. This will lower your water and heating bills also. Install a low-flow showerhead. You will make savings on your energy bill which will quickly pay for the cost of the installation. Walk to work. This will improve your health also. If you are too far to walk, get public transport. Do not buy bottled water. Purify your tap water by using a filter and use a re-usable aluminum water bottle instead of a plastic one. Borrow books from libraries instead of buying. Recycle your old cellular phones and other electronic items. Don’t use paper when you don’t have to – email instead. Copy and print on both sides of paper. Re-use folders, paper clips, and envelopes when possible. Clean or replace filters in your air conditioning units. Buy good conditioned second hand products online. Use rechargeable batteries. Leave messages for colleagues/family members on a reusable message board While shopping, if you only buy a few products skip the shopping bag. For larger purchases, bring your own. When staying at a hotel, let the management know that you like to support businesses that adopt environmentally responsible practices (including reducing waste and water consumption.) Keep computer equipment updated; current new computers and monitors are more energy efficient than those even just two years old. Place a waste paper recycling box near the printers and a general recycling box in the staffroom. Empty the recycling boxes regularly. Always run full loads of laundry and dishes. Choose the short cycle at low water levels whenever possible. Set the clothing washer at the lowest possible temperature needed and for single rinse only. If you buy a new appliance, consider its water efficiency.
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Key EEGT Organisations ‹‹‹
KEY EEGT ORGANISATIONS ENVIRONMENT ››› Department of Environment, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Objectives: to prevent, control and abate pollution through the enforcement of the Environmental Quality Act (EQA) pf 1947 and its 34 subsidiary legislation made thereunder. The Environmental Quality Council (EQC) was established in 1977 as a body to advise the Minister of Science, Technology and the Environment on matters pertaining to the EQA and also on any matter referred to it by the Minister. The Council also provides policy guidance to the Department of Environment (DOE) in the formulation of policies and strategies towards a more holistic approach to environmental management. Every appointed member of the Council holds office for a term not exceeding three years and shall be eligible for reappointment. Y.Bhg Dato’ Kok Wee Kiat is appointed as the Council’s Chairman since April, 2000. Website: www.doe.gov.my Contact: Tel: +603 8871 2000 / 2200 Fax: +603-8888 9987 / 8889 1040
››› The Urban Environmental Management System (UEMS) The Government of Sarawak and the Danish International Development Assistance (DANIDA) in 1999 initiated 7 years of cooperation (1999 to 2006) to develop and implement a holistic Urban Environmental Management System for the City of Kuching, Sarawak. The Cooperation included the following two projects: 1. Sustainable Urban Development Project (SUD) for Kuching, Sarawak (1999-2002) 2. Implementation of an Urban Environmental Management System (UEMS) for Sarawak (2003-2006) The SUD project focused on the definitions and requirements (legal, institutional etc.) for the implementation of an UEMS. Two key urban issues i.e. water quality and solid waste was selected for the demonstration of UEMS implementation. The UEMS project was aimed to implement the UEMS and demonstrate actual projects for improving water quality and solid waste management. The project also set up a comprehensive database management system linking more than 14 authorities and agencies. Website: http://danidaurban.com/uems/
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››› Key EEGT Organisations
››› The Environmental Management and Research Association of Malaysia (ENSEARCH) is a non-profit association of organisations, professionals, students and people with interest in learning and promoting effective ways to manage the impacts of human activities on the environment, be it by corporate, professional or daily living activities. Thus, the motto of the association is: ENSEARCH for a Better Environment. Objectives: Raise awareness; create linkages between specialist from multidisciplinary backgrounds; organize scientific/technical meetings and compile various literature on environmental management Website: Contact:
www.ensearch.org Tel: +603 6156 9807 / 8 Fax: +603 6156 9803
››› The Association of Environmental Consultants and Companies of Malaysia (AECCOM) was formed in 1992, with the encouragement and support of the then Director General of the Department of Environment, Dato’ Dr. Abu Bakar Jaafar. Objectives: The primary purpose is to look after the interests of its members drawn from all sectors of the environmental business. Current priorities are to establish a link with the regulatory authorities as well as privatisation concessionaires and industries to enable its members to play meaningful role. www.aeccom.org.my Tel: +603 7960 4773 Fax: +603 7960 4775 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
››› Environmental Protection Society Malaysia (EPSM) was founded in 1974 by a group of Malaysians concerned about protecting the environment. It is a membership-based national organization, run by an elected Executive Committee on an entirely voluntary, non-profit basis. EPSM is represented on a wide range of bodies including the Environmental Quality Council, National Habitat Committee, National Steering Committee on Local Agenda 21 and the Construction Industry Development Board’s Technical Committee for best Environmental Practices. EPSM is linked to other environmental NGOs in Malaysia through MENGO, platform of Malaysian Environmental Non-Government Organisations Objectives: • To prevent environmental deterioration as a result of human activities • To control human activities that contribute towards deterioration of our environment • To initiate measures for the improvement of our environment • To increase public awareness about the state of our environment Website: www.epsm.org.my/wordpress/ Contact: Tel: +6019 280 6022 (Project Coordinator) E-mail: email@example.com
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WATER ››› Department of Irrigation and Drainage Malaysia, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment provides professional and quality service in the planning, design and implementation of flood, river basin, coastal zone, environmental-friendly urban drainage as well as water resource management and hydrology. Their services will be based on sound engineering practices taking into account environmental, economic and social sustainability. Objectives: • To provide engineering services which are beyond the capability of the target group itself • to ensure optimum land utilization and more efficient management of the nation’s water resources. Website: Contact:
www.water.gov.my Tel: +603 2697 2828 Fax: +603 2698 7973 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
››› Persatuan Air Malaysia also known as The Malaysian Water Association (MWA) is a non-profit organisation, which works in close cooperation with all water and wastewater sector parties in the Government and private sectors. Internationally, it has established an extensive network with related organizations abroad. It is a Corporate Member of the International Water Association (IWA), based in England. The Association also represents Malaysia in the ASPIRE Council as well as supports all water-related activities of renowned organisations. Objectives: MWA aims to promote synergy and enhance knowledge and good practices within the Malaysian water and wastewater industries to enable them to achieve their corporate goals hence contribute effectively towards creating national competitiveness and success. The Association will also focus and work on strategic issues and help outline directions and priorities in the industries. Website: Contact:
www.mwa.org.my Tel: +603 6201 2250 / +603 6201 9521 E-mail: email@example.com
Fax: +603 6201 5801
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››› Persatuan Pengguna Air dan Tenaga Malaysia also known as Water and Energy Consumer Association of Malaysia (WECAM) was established to protect consumer interest of all groups in the life cycle of Water and Energy sectors. In view of the ever pressing climate change issue, these two sectors will be most affected. WECAM is also a technical support group (i.e. engineering, analysis and programming) to Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (FOMCA). Objectives: • To enhance the movement towards Sustainable Consumption of water and energy in Malaysia. • To create objective and workable solutions and recommendations in creating sustainable consumption of water and energy resources in Malaysia. • To create awareness, capacity building and resolve issues pertaining consumption of water, energy, nonrenewable resources and renewable resources by working with government, private sector, public and international organisations • To be the leading Malaysian NGO in advocating Sustainable Consumption of Water and Energy in Malaysia and Internationally to Domestic and Industrial Consumers. Website:
››› Association of Water & Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) was founded in early 2005 by a group of working professionals. They formed a research thinktank for water and energy as an informal set up. The group slowly gathered momentum in discussions on issues related to water, energy and environment. As the number of members in the group increased, the members proposed that the group to register as a registered entity under the Registrar of Society (accomplished in 2011). Objectives: Provide new ideas for the water and energy sectors. Website: Contact:
www.awer.org.my Fax: +603 8071 1467
››› Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Air Negara also known as The National Water Services Commission (SPAN). The Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Air Negara Act 2006 is an act to provide for the establishment of the National Water Services Commission with powers to supervise and regulate water supply services and sewerage services and to enforce the water supply and sewerage services laws and for related matters. Objectives: To regulate the water services industry through fair, effective and transparent implementation of Water Services Industry Act.
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Functions The Commission shall have all the function imposed on it under the water supply and sewerage services laws and shall also have the following functions: • To advise the Minister on a fair and efficient mechanism for the determination of tariffs that is fair to both consumers and licensees and to implement tariffs that have been establish through appropriate mechanism and tools • To ensure long-term sustainability of quality of water and sewerage services through continued capital works development • To formulate and implement a plan so that all reasonable demands for sewerage services are satisfied and in consultation with the relevant authorities, prepare a sewerage catchment plan formulating the policy and general proposals in respect of the development of any new sewerage system and measures for improvement of any existing sewerage system • Implement, enforce, advise on the water supply and sewerage services laws • Monitor the compliance and efficiency of the water supply and sewerage services industry Powers The Commission shall have the power to do all things necessary or expedient for or in connection with the performance of its functions under the water supply and sewerage services laws and shall include power: • To utilize all the property of the Commissions, movable and immovable, in such manner as the Commission may think expedient including the raising of loans by mortgaging such property • To impose fees or charges for services rendered by the Commission Website: Contact:
www.span.gov.my Tel: +603 8317 9333 / 334 / 335 Fax: +603 8317 9336 / +603 8317 9339 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WASTE ››› Persatuan Pengurusan Sisa Malaysia also known as The Waste Management Association of Malaysia (WMAM) is an association for waste management professionals. Founded in March 2005, WMAM represents people from many disciplines, including engineering, law, science as well as management. Objectives: The WMAM works to promote and encourage the maintenance of high standards of waste management services in Malaysia in respect of solid and liquid waste, hazardous, clinical and all other types of waste. It also encourages collaboration and cooperation between all those interested and concerned with waste management.
As a newly established association, it aims to establish and maintain contact with local as well as international waste management related organisations apart from organising meetings, technical visits, trainings, courses, workshops and seminars on issues of waste management including study trips to promote the transfer of practical information and ideas on waste management for the benefit and welfare of the members.
www.wmam.org Tel: +603 7724 2243 Fax: +603 7726 9062
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››› Solid Waste Management Component (SWMC) An agreement between the Government of Malaysia and the Danish International Development Assistance (DANIDA) on the Solid Waste Management Component was signed on 15 December 2005. The component was carried out February 2006-September 2010. Objectives: The main objective of the component was to provide assistance to the federalization of the solid waste management sector in Peninsula Malaysia. The component was carried our February 2006 – September 2010. It primarily provided assistance to the preparation of the new national legislation, the new institutions, and the concession agreements among others. Comprehensive capacity building has further been carried out to ensure firm and qualified implementation of the new solid waste management system.
The component has further supported a number of community initiatives and educational programmes around Malaysia to promote public participation in solid waste management. The international assistance was provided by COWI A/S Denmark, assisted by Danwaste Consult A/S Denmark. The Department of National Solid Waste Management was appointed Executing Agency for the component.
››› Perbadanan Pengurusan Sisa Pepejal dan Pembersihan Awam (PPSPPA) also known as Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Corporation provides information and explanations in relation to the solid waste management and the public cleansing systems in Malaysia. Its mission is to provide a detailed description on the national strategic plan in relation to solid waste management, the issues and challenges faced by the current Malaysian landscape, the current modus operandi involved in solid waste management dan public cleansing as well as the beautification and the refurbishments that has been carried out pursuant to Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Act 2007 Act 672 which is now fully enforced. National Solid Waste Management Department (NSWD) estd in July 2007 regulates solid waste and public cleansing through the Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Act 2007 ( Act 672). Objectives: The current website although in Bahasa Malaysia only (the national language of Malaysia) was created as a tool to desseminate knowledge to the public at large to encourage active involvement from the community in cultivating collective efforts to ensure Malaysia remains a clean and harmonious country. Website: Contacts:
http://www.sisa.my/cmssite/content.php?cat=207&pageid=785&lang=bm Tel: +603 2245 9292 Fax: +603 2245 9394 / 9293 E-mail: email@example.com
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY ››› The Suruhanjaya Tenaga also known as Energy Commission is a statutory body with the role to regulate the energy sector in Malaysia, specifically the electricity supply industry and piped gas supply industry in the Peninsula and Sabah. The Energy Commission is responsible to ensure that the supply of electricity and piped gas to consumers is reliable, safe and at reasonable prices. The Energy Commission functions are stipulated under the Energy Commission Act 2001 (Amendment 2010) and related legislation. Objectives: The Energy Commission aims to balance the needs of consumers and providers of energy to ensure safe and reliable supply at reasonable prices, protect public interest, and foster economic development and competitive markets in an environmentally sustainable manner. Website: Contact:
www.st.gov.my Tel: +603 8870 8500 Fax: +603 8888 8637 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Chief Executive Officer)
››› The Energy Council of Malaysia (ECOM) is a non-profit multi-energy organization registered with the Registrar of Societies on 2 July 2008. Its mission is to (1)To provide platform for networking among the energy sector key players to address any issue relating to the energy sector. (2) To share information on technologies, applications, programs, and business solutions. (3) To educate and create awareness to the public on any relevant issues relating to the energy sector. Objectives: To promote the economic development and the peaceful use of energy resources to the greatest benefit of all, both nationally and internationally by considering: • The potential resources and all the means of production, transportation, transformation, and utilization of energy in all aspect • Energy consumption in its overall relationship to the growth of economic activity in the area • The social and environmental aspects of energy supply and utilization • Collecting and publishing data on the matters mentioned in the objectives above • Holding activities of those concerned in any way with the matters mentioned in the objectives above; • Rendering assistance to other organizations in the energy field and act as an organization for the co-ordination of information and clearing house for its exchange; and • Providing a platform for sharing of knowledge and information for the advancement of the energy sector. Website: Contact:
www.st.gov.my Tel: +603 2612 5421 / 5557 / 5528 Fax: +603 2691 2654 E-mail: email@example.com
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››› Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) As of the 28th April 2011, both the Renewable Energy Bill (RE Bill) and the Bill for Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA Bill) were passed by the Dewan Negara (House of Senate). The Bills will be gazetted for enactment by early May 2011. SEDA Malaysia will then be legally established. The Feed-in tariff is envisaged to be implemented by Q3 2011. Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) will be responsible to manage the feed-in tariff program. Contact:
Tel: +603 8870 5800 Fax: +603 8870 5900 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
››› Pertubuhan Syarikat-Syarikat Perkhidmatan Tenaga Malaysia also known as Malaysia Association of Energy Service Companies is an Association that was conceived through the MIEEIP project which was a project co-funded by UNDP, GEF and the Malaysian Government. The Association has a Committee comprising five Council Members and five Committee Members. Through the formation of MAESCO, it has brought together member companies whose main focus is providing of services and expertise to bring about energy efficiency opportunities to end users of all sectors. Through the association, it also provides the conduit for companies’ undertaking energy efficiency (ESCOs) to be proactive with the Government and relevant authorities on the possibilities of promoting such practices as a viable solution whilst meeting the Government’s target to recognize EE as a 5th fuel policy. Amongst the expertise available for its members are training programs for Energy Managers, Audit services, EE equipment specialists, air conditioning controller system expertise (performance contracting), total facilities management and others. Objective: As its name denotes, MAESCO was formed to bring together Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) within the nation under one entity. In togetherness under this entity, the Association was formed with the Constitutional objective of: • To develop recognized ESCO businesses in collaboration with Government and private sector. • To actively promote the activity of cost reduction and efficiency standards of the industrial and commercial sector • To oversee the well being of its members • To facilitate and do all things necessary towards developing successful energy related projects. • To introduce related products and services for the industry • To foster healthy co-existence amongst members through ethical professional practices • Ensure prestige of services by members Website: Contact:
www.maesco.org.my Tel: +603 7873 0784 / 0786 Fax: +603 7873 0769
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››› The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (TEEAM) is a representative body of the electrical and electronics industries in Malaysia. TEEAM was established in 1952 and the Association celebrated its 52nd Anniversary. TEEAM is officially represented in the relevant government bodies such as the National Vocational Training Council, the Electricity & Gas Supply Department and Technical Committees of SIRIM Berhad. TEEAM is an appointed Standard Writing Organization (SWO) for electrical and electronics products/services Objective: TEEAM aims to work closely with all government departments, statutory bodies and the private sector to ensure and promote orderly growth and development of the electrical and electronics industries. Website: Contact:
www.teeam.com Tel: +603 9221 4417 / 9221 2091 Fax: +603 9221 8212 E-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
››› The establishment of the Malaysian Energy Professionals Association (MEPA), formally registered in April, 2002, is aimed at creating a pool of dedicated professionals in energy conservation. The association currently has 150 members ranging from professional engineers, lawyers architects etc. The setting up of MEPA was an activity of the Malaysian Industrial Energy Efficiency Improvement Project (MIEEIP) a project implemented by Malaysia Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) (previously known as Pusat Tenaga Malaysia) and co-financed by the Government of Malaysia, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the Malaysian private sector. Indirectly the establishment of MEPA falls under the utilisation objective of the National Energy Policy. Objectives: • To provide a platform for members to exchange experiences on energy-related issues. • To increase the knowledge base, understanding and expertise of members through outreach programmes such as seminars, for a and trainings, while encouraging research and development • To collect, analyse and disseminate information related to energy • To represent the interest and welfare of its members • To be the focal point and channel of communication with the government on matters related to energy by providing recommendations on policy, regulations and planning • To raise public awareness and understanding of issues and practices in the energy field such as the rational use of energy; renewable energy, etc • To foster cooperation among organisations and professionals in the energy sector • To participate actively in international for a to boost knowledge and research in energy Website:
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››› IEEE PES Malaysia Chapter is a non-profit organization that consists of academia and industry members who are specialized in Power and Energy related issues. Mission: To create a platform where people from the academia and industry can meet together and discuss issues related to power and energy
GREEN BUILDING ››› Malaysia Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) (previously known as Pusat Tenaga Malaysia) was registered on 12th May 1998 as a not-for-profit company. During its formative infancy, GreenTech Malaysia will be administered by the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (MEGTW), Malaysia. GreenTech Malaysia is also governed by a Board of Directors (BOD) which sets its policy directions. The rationale behind GreenTech Malaysia establishment is to fulfil the need for a national energy research centre that will co-ordinate various activities, specifically energy planning and research, energy efficiency, and technological research, development and demonstration (R,D&D) undertaken in the energy sector due to the long lead time for energy projects to come on stream. In fact, GreenTech Malaysia will eventually become a one-stop focal point for linkages with the universities, research institutions, industries and other various national and international organizations on energy matters. Vision:
To be recognized nationally and known globally as the focal point for Green Technology of Malaysia.
To facilitate the realization of the National Green Technology agenda through value adding promotion, co-ordination and collaboration programmes.
Website: www.greentechmalaysia.my Contact: Tel: +603 8921 0800 Fax: +603 8921 0801 / 0802 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
››› Formation of the Malaysian Green Building Confederation started in May 2007, when a group consultants, academia and representatives from the building industry met to initiate a non-profit making organisation to promote sustainable buildings in Malaysia. This group with increasing participants met several times during 2007 and 2008, and official registration of the Malaysian Green Building Confederation was initiated. Later in 2008, the group was supported by the two professional organisations Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) and the Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia (ACEM), and by April 2009, the Malaysia Green Building Confederation was officially registered Vision: MGBC’s vision is to be the leader in Green Building in Southeast Asia and to become the main promoter of green practice, and the main sustainability reference organization within the growing construction
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market sector. It aims to involve policymakers, professionals, and the society at large, in the quest for transforming the building industry into one that respects our environment by embracing green issues. Mission:
Malaysia Green Building Confederation (MGBC) will be the key driving force towards a Sustainable Built Environment in Malaysia.
Objectives: • To support the government in developing a sustainable built environment for Malaysia • To facilitate exchange of knowledge among different stakeholders in the building and construction industry • To be the reference centre for sustainable building resources in Malaysia • To promote and stimulate demand for sustainable buildings • To obtain and disseminate among the Members as well as the public, information on matters affecting sustainability • To support and provide facilities interchange with other associations carrying on similar work or with Governments, local authorities, educational and scientific bodies • To be engaged in research and development on matters relating to the work, theory or • Practice of sustainability or allied subjects • To arrange for alliance or affiliation with any Institution, Association or Society with similar objectives to those of the Confederation on such terms or conditions as may be in the interests of the Confederation • Green Building Index Accreditation Panel Website: Contact:
www.mgbc.org.my Tel: +603 2282 8232 Fax: +603 2284 8232 E-mail: email@example.com
››› Green Building Index Organization - PAM’s architects have over the years been developing and working more and more towards a more sustainable and green architecture. In 2008, the need for a localised Green Building rating tool became more evident especially in the light of increasing demand from building end-users for Green-rated buildings that would not overly and adversely contribute to the destruction of the environment. This was also in line with the objectives of many companies today where good corporate social responsibility (CSR) calls for them to only support environmentally friendly initiatives including their office premises. In August 2008, PAM Council endorsed and approved the formation of the new Sustainability Committee which was tasked primarily to develop and set-up the Green Building Index and the accompanying Panel for certification and accreditation of Green-rated buildings.
GBI accreditation for buildings is separated into three tiers. At the highest level is the GBI Accreditation Panel, the independent regulatory body for GBI accreditation. At the intermediate level are the GBI Certifiers, consisting of experienced professionals that conduct the assessment and accreditation of project submissions. On the front-end level are the GBI Facilitators, professionals who together with clients and design team to enhance their projects to meet or exceed GBI rating system requirements. Website: Contact:
www.greenbuildingindex.org Tel: +603 2283 2566 Fax: +603 2284 2566 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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EUMCCI EEGT Committee Contacts
Embassies of EU Countries in Malaysia
Thomas Brandt General Manager Malaysia-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry Thomas.email@example.com (Head of EEGT Committee)
Delegation of the European Union to Malaysia Suite 10.01, Level 10, Menara Tan & Tan 207 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2723 7373 Fax: +603 2723 7337 Website: http://eeas.europa.eu/delegations/malaysia
Rosman Hamzah Director of Business Development Alstom Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd Rosman.firstname.lastname@example.org (Deputy Head of EEGT Committee & Renewable Energy Sector Sub-Committee Head)
Austrian Embassy Suite 10.01-02, Level 10, Wisma Goldhill 67 Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2057 0020 Fax: +603 2381 7168 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.bmeia.gv.at
Marina Yong CEO Sustainability Momentum Sdn Bhd firstname.lastname@example.org (Deputy Head of EEGT Committee & Energy Efficiency Sector Sub-Committee Head) Stellios Plainiotis Managing Director Neapoli Sdn Bhd email@example.com (Green Building Sub-Committee Head) Christian Senat Solar Premium firstname.lastname@example.org (Waste Sub-Committee Head)
Embassy of Belgium Suite 10-02, 10th Floor, Menara Tan & Tan 207 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2162 0025 Fax: +603 2162 0023 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.belgium.be British High Commission 185 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2170 2200 Fax: +603 2170 2215 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://ukinmalaysia.fco.gov.uk/en/ Embassy of the Republic of Croatia 3 Jalan Mengkuang, off Jalan Ru off Jalan Ampang, 55000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 4253 5340 Fax: +603 4253 5217 Email: email@example.com Embassy of the Czech Republic 42/B The Intermark Vista Tower 182 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2166 2900 Fax: +603 2166 5700 / 6700 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mzv.cz/kualalumpur Royal Danish Embassy 22nd Floor, Sunway Tower (Wisma Denmark) 86 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2032 2001 / 2004 / 2005 Fax: +603 2032 2012 / 2015 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.ambkualalumpur.um.dk/en
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Embassy of Finland 5th Floor, Wisma Chinese Chamber 258 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 4257 7746 / 7332 Fax: +603 4257 7793 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.finland.org.my Embassy of the Republic of France 192-196 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2053 5500 Fax: +603 2053 5501 E-mail: ambassade.kuala-lumpur-amba@ diplomatie.gouv.fr Website: www.ambafrance-my.org Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany 26th Floor, Menara Tan & Tan 207 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2170 9666 Fax: +603 2161 9800 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.kuala-lumpur.diplo.de Honorary Consulate General of Greece in Kuala Lumpur 33rd Floor, Unit 340-33-1, Vista Damai 340 Jalan Tun Razak, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2775 2388 Fax: +603 2775 2688 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Embassy of the Republic of Ireland Ireland House, The Amp Walk 218 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2161 2963 Fax: +603 2161 3427 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.ireland-embassy.com.my Embassy of the Republic of Italy 99 Jalan U-Thant, 55000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 4256 5122 / 5228 Fax: +603 4257 3199 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ambkualalumpur.esteri.it Honorary Consulate of Malta 51-3, 2nd Floor, Feisco Suite Udarama Complex, Jalan 2/64 off Jalan Ipoh 50350 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 4042 3618 Fax: +603 4041 7773 E-mail: email@example.com
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kuala Lumpur 7th Floor, South Block, The Amp Walk 218 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2168 6200 / 6211 Fax: +603 2168 6240 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.netherlands.org.my/ Embassy of the Republic of Poland 10 Lorong Damai 9, off Jalan Damai 55000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 4257 6733 / 6719 Fax: +603 4257 0123 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.kualalumpur.polemb.net Honorary Consulate of Portugal 8 Belvedere, Jalan 1/63, off Jalan Tunku 50480 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2694 7335 Fax: +603 2697 8823 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Embassy of Romania 114 Jalan Damai, 55000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2148 2065 / 2142 3172 Fax: +603 2144 8713 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.kualalumpur.mae.ro Embassy of the Slovak Republic 11 Jalan U Thant, 55000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2115 0016 / 0017 Fax: +603 2115 0018 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mzv.sk/kualalumpur Consulate of the Republic of Slovenia 2nd Floor Wisma G.A.M, Jalan 225 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Tel: +603 7954 6589 Fax: +603 7954 6589 E-mail: email@example.com Embassy of Spain 200 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 2142 8776 / 2148 4868 Fax: +603 2142 4582 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Other Useful Contacts Ministry of Energy,Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) Block E4/5 Parcel E Federal Government Administrative Centre 62668 Putrajaya Malaysia Tel: +603 8883 6200 Fax: +603 8889 3712 E-mail: email@example.com Wbsite: www.kettha.gov.my
PEMUDAH Secretariat Office Ministry of International Trade and Industry 5th Floor, Block 10 Government Offices Complex Jalan Duta, 50622 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tel: +603 6200 0185 Fax: +603 6201 9459 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.pemudah.gov.my
Green Purchasing Network Malaysia 388 Jalan 5/132, Gasing Indah 46000 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia Tel: +603 7967 3720 / 7783 7696 Fax: +603 7783 6572 / 7960 2194
Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) Level 6, Block B2 Prime Minister’s Department Federal Government Administrative Centre 62502 Putrajaya Malaysia Tel: +603 8872 3000 Fax: +603 8888 3721 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.mampu.gov.my
Ministry of International Trade and Industry Block 10, Government Offices Complex Jalan Duta, 50622 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tel: +603 6203 3022 Fax: +603 6203 2337 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.miti.gov.my Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers Wisma FMM No. 3, Persiaran Dagang PJU 9, Bandar Sri Damansara 52200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia P O Box 28, Jinjang 52000 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +603 6286 7200 Fax: +603 6274 1266 / 7288 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.fmm.org.my
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Malaysian Institute of Economic Research Level 2, Podium City Point Kompleks Dayabumi Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin 50050 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Tel: +603 2272 5897 Fax: +603 2273 0197 Website: www.mier.org.my
EUMCCI Exclusive Corporate Partner Benefits Network: With over 30 events each year, the Chamber enables members to meet leaders in business and political spheres. Communicate: The EUMCCI Quarterly Review reaches over 3000 companies, associations and stakeholders in hard copy and online. The EUMCCI e-bulletin is sent to over 6000 business leaders bi-monthly. Exposure: The Chamber is online at www.eumcci.com, on Facebook and Linked In. Advertise with us on our website and in our publications. Member perks: Attractive discounts from our member companies and vetted partners.
Qatar Airways – EUMCCI Platinum Partner Qatar Airways privileges for EUMCCI Corporate Partners include: Year round discounted prices to select destinations
Influence: Raise issues via Committees and dialogues. Online listing: All members are entitled to a listing in our online directory with a weblink direct to their own website.
“The EUMCCI helps us to open doors and broaden our network of partners through a variety of platforms.” Mr. Simon Burley General Manager, M+W Group, Malaysia
To become a Corporate Partner contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org, +603-2162 6298 or visit www.eumcci.com to sign up online
››› EU Project
Enhancing the EU-Malaysia Business Dialogue and Cooperation in Services Sector The Malaysian government has identified the services sector as the engine of growth for the future. The foreign direct investment is very low in this sector and there is a wide scope for dialogue and enhanced business cooperation between European Union and Malaysia. EUMCCI together with its partners are supporting the Malaysian government in its ambition and applied through a call for proposal for a project funding under EU Outreach and Visibility Programme. The focus sectors in this project are Logistics, Environmental Technologies, Financial Services and ICT. The project is co-funded 80% by the European Commission, with a total budget of €715.741 over a period of 3 years. Activities Meetings, dialogues with key stakeholders, technical seminars and panel discussions: • Industry focused: Logistics, Financial services, ICT, Environmental technologies. • Function-focused: benefits of liberalisation and EU standards/best practises, market access/focus areas. • B2B meetings focusing on services sector. Publications • Drafting of issues into position papers to be launched at annual conference. • Publication of reports/surveys/brochures on specific sectors the project is focusing. Aims 1. Good relations and ongoing dialogues with various stakeholders. 2. Enhanced access for European companies to Malaysia through more open sectors. 3. Enhanced access for Malaysian companies to Europe by adopting European standards. 4. Overall EU visibility and awareness of main policies and trade issues raised. 5. Trade and investment relations between Malaysia and EU enhanced and increased. EU-Malaysia Services Sector Website: www.services.eumcci.com
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Project description Main applicant EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EUMCCI) EUMCCI promotes, supports and develops EU business interests in Malaysia as well as facilitates trade, commerce and investments between European Union and Malaysia. Europe-Asia Cooperation Agency (EACA) The overall objective of EACA is to create business opportunities, promote trade and implement industrial cooperation projects in between European and Asian companies, with a particular emphasis on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). EACA is based in Paris, France. European Services Forum (ESF) The European Services Forum (ESF) is a network of representatives from the European services sector committed to actively promoting the liberalisation of international trade in services. ESF’s main field of activity are the WTO GATS negotiations and the EU’s bilateral trade negotiations on services and investments. ESF is based in Brussels, Belgium. Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) The Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) is Malaysia’s premier economic organisation. Since its establishment in 1968, the FMM has consistently led Malaysian manufacturers in spearheading the nation’s growth and modernisation. Today, as the largest private sector economic organisation in Malaysia representing over 2,000 manufacturing and industrial service compa nies of varying sizes, the FMM is the officially recognised and acknowledged voice of the industry. Malaysian – German Chamber of Commerce (MGCC) The Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MGCC) contributes to the trade and investment relations between Germany and Malaysia and offers excellent services to members and clients. These services are custom-tailored to the needs of the private sector in order to benefit most from the many advantages both Malaysia and Germany have to offer. Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) The Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER) undertakes independent and high quality problem-oriented research on economic, financial and business issues facing the country and provides advice on macroeconomic management, development and future economic perspectives.
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