The best way to further the reach of nation-wide sustainability projects is to foster strategic alliances with renowned companies and local authorities. GreenTech Malaysia has done just that by strengthening ties with high-flying names across the private and public sector.

PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) collaborated with GreenTech Malaysia to chart the PLUS Green Roadmap 2018 – 2022, and to oversee the installation and commissioning of PLUS’ Solar PV System project at Persada PLUS and Machap Rest & Service Area (Northbound) on the North-South Expressway. A recent GreenTech Malaysia – GEF5-UNIDO – PLUS collaboration saw the first Solar EV Charging Station introduced at PLUS’ Ayer Keroh Overhead Bridge Restaurant. More Solar EV Charging stations will be available at other rest areas along PLUS-operated highways in the future.

MOH has been the main stakeholder of the Energy Management Gold Standard (EMGS) certification programme conducted by GreenTech Malaysia, which is in line with Government-led initiatives on energy efficiency, energy conservation and energy management. About 150 organisations under MOH including hospitals, laboratories, and health institutions have adopted the EMGS programme with a target to achieve 3-star certifications by 2020.

GreenTech Malaysia collaborated with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) to execute training in measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) for sustainable transport in Malaysia. Relevant stakeholders were educated in data gathering and greenhouse gas estimation and impact.

Through the ChargEV initiative, GreenTech Malaysia partnered with BMW Malaysia to serve the electric mobility needs of BMW EV users across the nation. ChargEV  opened network access to 5,000 BMW owners by integrating these users to the ChargEV network user-base.

PETRONAS Dagangan Berhad (PDB) entered into a partnership with GreenTech Malaysia to install 66 ChargEV charging stations. As of end 2018, 61 ChargEV charging stations have been installed at PETRONAS stations located along major highways of Peninsular Malaysia.

GreenTech Malaysia partnered with ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) to expand the scope of Energy Manager Training Course and Energy Management Gold Standard in Malaysia, in line with the ASEAN Energy Management Scheme (AEMAS) Certification.

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