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Cross-border EV charging network launched to enhance connectivity for drivers in Singapore and Malaysia

Local gas provider City Energy has teamed up with a Malaysian company to launch a cross-border electric vehicle (EV) charging network, enhancing connectivity for such drivers in Singapore and Malaysia. Called Go, the EV charging service can be accessed through a mobile app, allowing users to locate and operate charging points that fall under this […]

Use oil price windfall to support local firms, Petronas urged

An economist has called on Petronas to provide support to Malaysian oil and gas companies, saying global oil prices allow the company to be more liberal with its spending. Two trade groups are reported to have recently complained that the national oil company is raking in billions at the expense of oil and gas companies’ […]

Rising interest in electric vehicles in Malaysia

Electric vehicles (EVs) are trending, with many on social media posting photos and talking about their happiness and pride at owning one. According to Malaysian Electric Vehicle Owners Club (MyEVOC) president, Datuk Shahrol Halmi, there are an estimated 500 EVs on the road today, with more people intending to buy one for several reasons.

Call for joint effort to prioritise water, energy, environmental preservation

The government is looking to provide safe access to clean water and adequate sanitation systems to 98 per cent of Malaysians living in rural areas with the help of other stakeholders and the establishment of an Integrated Centre for Water Data, Research and Development.

Malaysia’s Hibiscus Explores Singapore SPAC Listing

Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd. is considering listing a special purpose acquisition company in Singapore that could raise as much as S$200 million ($147 million), according to people familiar with the matter.

Singapore delegation discusses future direction of renewable energy-sharing

A discussion has been held between Sarawak and Singapore on the future direction of renewable energy-sharing in the region. The discussion took place during a courtesy call by Singapore’s Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) on Premier of Sarawak Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg at his office […]

Accelerating progress on SDGs in Malaysia

Six big transformations are needed to accelerate the progress of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Malaysia. Professor Jeffrey Sachs, who is an SDG advocate for the United Nations (UN), suggested governments have 25 to 30-year plans as a pathway to get an idea of where society should be and how to get there in that […]

Coal prices to stabilise

Global coal prices have surged following the Russia-Ukraine war that has caused the power generation industry in Malaysia to be under pressure, said TNB Fuel Services Sdn Bhd (TNBF), Bernama reported. Its head (procurement and supply chain), Abdul Halim Othman said global coal prices are expected to stabilise within six months from March when supply […]

Sabah, Japan can explore working together in agriculture, manufacturing and energy sectors, says envoy

Sabah and Japan can explore several sectors which both countries can work together in, said Japan’s ambassador to Malaysia, Takahashi Katsuhiko. Among the sectors that have potential for cooperation are agriculture, manufacturing and energy, he said.

Malaysia ready to bring EV manufacturing into Asean market, says Dr Wee

Malaysia is ready to cooperate with the electric vehicles (EV) industry through manufacturing, assembly as well as research and development, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong. The Transport Minister said he welcomed high-value investments from overseas to the country as an important platform to bring EV into the regional market.