Renewable energy to be G Capital’s mainstay


G Capital’s executive director Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa

PETALING JAYA: After a decade of solely relying on the low-margin passenger vehicle charter business, G Capital Bhd is pivoting towards renewable energy solutions, trying to shift from contract-based revenue to recurring income.

Formerly known as Gunung Capital Bhd, the group first ventured into the mini-hydropower generation business in 2013 and has a total of 11 active sites to date, with a total estimated installed capacity of 90.15 MW.

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