[KUALA LUMPUR]: Huawei Technologies (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (Huawei Malaysia) inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Progressture Power Sdn Bhd (Progressture Solar) and JJ-LAPP (M) Sdn Bhd (JJ-LAPP) for the latter’s solar energy venture, in its quest to develop projects in renewable energy, green ICT infrastructure, energy savings and emission reductions to jointly accelerate the green digital transition in Malaysia.
The MoU will position Huawei and JJ-Lapp as the preferred partners for potential customers seeking a trustworthy, reliable, secure, and assured cleantech solutions, as well as setting Progressture Solar as a key service provider with a shared philosophy of helping both local and multinational companies transition to net-zero carbon emissions.
In the drive towards sustainable development goals in the country, the MoU will see the three parties utilise and share their combined capabilities within the renewable energy sector to deploy reliable green infrastructures and technology, reiterating their commitment and support to accelerate Malaysia’s progress towards carbon neutrality by 2050. The MoU is also aimed to provide a stronger ecosystem of new possibilities for renewable energy industry players.
Additionally, the strategic partnership between the three companies is set to become the go-to solution for digital energy transitions, specifically for commercial and industrial (C&I) clients.
With this collaboration, Progressture Solar will invest heavily in the ownership and development of clean energy assets, including solar PV systems for businesses, EV charging network solutions, battery energy storage systems (BESS) and green data centre facilities.
JJ-LAPP will be the product partner for Progressture Solar, providing the delivery of green products and solutions to meet the needs of C&I clients.
Huawei Malaysia will bring its expertise as a global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider to manufacture and equip the technical infrastructure for the tripartite venture.
The MoU was signed by the co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Progressture Power Sdn Bhd, Mr Ng Yew Weng, General Manager of JJ-LAPP (M) Sdn Bhd, Mr Chang Chee Keong, and Vice President of Digital Power Business Group of Huawei Malaysia, Mr Chong Chern Peng.
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Progressture Solar, Mr Ng said, “We believe in meaningful partnerships that can harness the power of technology in addressing environmental challenges. Huawei and JJ-Lapp are supporting us in providing these technological solutions for businesses to adopt green practices while reducing their carbon footprint. This strategic partnership also fortifies our shared commitment to leverage clean technologies to reduce emissions and aid in our nation’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.”
“With the urgency to combat climate change, businesses are and will be subjected to both local and global environmental standards, including Scope 2 and Scope 3 emissions. The challenge for many is knowing where or how to start their sustainability journey and being able to meet their commitments. This partnership paves an extensive way for us to deliver more robust, comprehensive, and clean energy solutions, from Solar PV systems, Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), electric vehicle (EV) charging, and green data centres. With these solutions, we aid businesses to seamlessly transition to clean energy, decarbonise, strengthen their ESG profile, and ultimately move towards a greener economy,” he added.
General Manager of JJ-LAPP, Mr Chang said that as a preferred and value-added partner of this collaboration, the company is committed to providing reliable and sustainable solutions as well as services to achieve the goal and mission of carbon neutrality.
“It has become the joint mission of JJ-LAPP, Huawei and Progressture Solar to ensure our collaboration delivers our solutions, technologies, products and services to the commercial, industrial and residential segments towards realizing the goal of carbon neutrality,” said Mr Chang.
Vice President of Digital Power Business Group of Huawei Malaysia, Mr Chong said the strategic partnership through the MoU demonstrates Huawei Malaysia’s commitment to supporting its customers in finding clean energy technology solutions to spur environmental-friendly initiatives.
“We believe we can deliver comprehensive solutions that meet the expectations of our customers with a shared vision and commitment to bring forth power solutions that collectively deliver a greener, more sustainable operational environment as part of energy transitions. In the long run, with a robust portfolio of solar projects, we will be able to establish a recurring income stream,” added Mr Chong.
Commenting further, the Vice President of Digital Power Business Group of Huawei Malaysia said, “At Huawei, we are committed to support the development of the local ecosystem through open cooperation with partners to promote green transformation, achieve carbon neutrality, and build a better, greener future for Malaysia.”
Huawei has been actively involved in achieving carbon neutrality through building and promoting green integrated ICT solutions to help industries and nations establish an environmentally friendly ecosystem. Huawei will continue to assist in ensuring that technology and nature coexist in harmony for a fully connected, intelligent world.