Samaiden and Meta Bright collaborate to advance clean energy initiatives within APAC

Samaiden group managing director Chow Pui Hee

PETALING JAYA: Samaiden Group Bhd is tying up with Meta Bright Group Bhd (MBGB) to expand business opportunities and accelerate the growth of renewable energy solutions, particularly for the mining sector within the Asia-Pacific region.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Samaiden said the collaboration aims to establish a strategic relationship focused on mutual advancement in the clean energy sector.

“Leveraging the unique capabilities and resources of both Samaiden and MBGB, the partnership will introduce standardised procedures to assess financial, technical, and regulatory aspects, catalysing growth in renewable energy initiatives in the Asia Pacific mining sector.”

Samaiden said it has extensive knowledge and expertise in clean energy technology and comprehensive engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning EPCC services.

MBGB, on the other hand, will contribute its own insights into clean energy technology and resource optimisation.

"This partnership signifies a milestone in Samaiden's ongoing commitment to renewable energy. Coupling the expertise of both Samaiden and MBGB, we are confident that this collaboration will establish a stronger and more sustainable energy landscape throughout the APAC region,” Samiden group managing director Chow Pui Hee said in a statement.

Meanwhile, MBGB executive director Derek Phang Kiew Lim said: “We are excited to enter this partnership with Samaiden, one of the leaders in the renewable energy space. This collaboration aligns with our commitment to sustainable energy solutions and opens new avenues for both companies in the rapidly evolving APAC clean energy market.”

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