KAB partners JCOrp to develop sustainable energy projects


KUALA LUMPUR: Kinergy Advancement Bhd (KAB) via its unit KAB Energy Holdings Sdn Bhd has entered into a collaboration with Johor Corp (JCorp) to advance Malaysia's sustainable energy landscape.

In a statement, it said the partnership with Johor's principal development agency encompasses opportunities to develop customised energy efficient (EE) projects for data centres, renewable energy (RE), clean energy (CE) initiatives for energy-related facilities and engineering projects primarily for data centres or other related facilities under JCorp.

KAB said it would will leverage its expertise to provide energy efficiency solutions, with a particular focus on developing district cooling systems to greatly reduce data centres' overall energy consumption and enhance their power usage effectiveness (PUE).

It added that it would demonstrate enhanced engineering capabilities and competence through the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (EPCC) development of data centres and/or other energy-related facilities.

Additionally, KAB’s technical proficiency in RE and CE solutions will also extend to other initiatives within JCorp.

The promotion of renewable energy export through Third-Party Access (TPA) Programmes or other renewable energy schemes will be further pursued to supply RE to JCorp and its related business, supporting them in meeting and achieving their sustainability goals.

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