MAG, MAHB unveil first e-GSE infrastructure at Selangor Aviation Show 2023

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) have introduced the electric ground support equipment (e-GSE) infrastructure, marking a significant milestone for the Malaysian aviation industry.

In a joint statement, they said the groundbreaking initiative, known as the electric ground power unit (e-GPU), promises to play a pivotal role in reducing carbon emissions and noise pollution within the aviation sector.

By replacing traditional non-diesel-powered GPU with sustainable electric alternatives, MAG and MAHB are taking substantial strides towards environmental responsibility and a greener future.

"This collaboration also sees MAG and MAHB join forces to develop the first e-GSE infrastructure in the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport and soon at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport,” it said.

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