Green energy is overhead and underfoot

WASTE NOT: SP Multitech senior management (from left) director K.Y. Lim, chairman Datuk Afifuddin A. Kadir and group chief executive officer William Tan at SP Multitech's office in Puchong.

KUALA LUMPUR: As the country tries to keep its pledge to cut carbon emissions by 40%, two local companies are paving the way for renewable energy, but from different methods.

One harnesses the power of the sun while the other derives energy from solid waste, and both believe that these systems will lead to a greener environment.

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