Gentari and Sembcorp to accelerate the adoption of clean energy solutions in Southeast Asia.

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Gentari and Sembcorp Industries, a prominent player in the renewables sector, have recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), signifying their mutual aspiration to explore potential collaborations within the clean energy solutions industry.

The MoU was signed by Mr Low Kian Min, Chief Renewables Officer of Gentari and Mr Koh Chiap Khiong, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Singapore & Southeast Asia of Sembcorp.

“Through this strategic partnership with Sembcorp, Gentari aims to further accelerate the expansion of renewable energy and hydrogen-related initiatives. This MoU signifies the shared vision and commitment of our two organisations to drive the energy transition in Southeast Asia, contributing to a more sustainable and low carbon future for the region,” said Mr Low Kian Min, Chief Renewables Officer of Gentari.

Mr Koh Chiap Khiong, CEO, Singapore & Southeast Asia, Sembcorp Industries, added, “The collaboration underscores the strong potential of Malaysia’s fast-growing renewables sector. As a leading renewables player in the region, we look forward to working with like-minded partners like Gentari to progress initiatives that will accelerate the shift towards a sustainable energy transition.”

Under the MoU, Gentari and Sembcorp will jointly explore potential areas of collaboration in clean energy solutions, including:

● Renewable Energy: Trading of renewable energy from Southeast Asia or other mutually agreed locations, with the aim to accelerate the adoption of clean energy sources.

● Low-Carbon Hydrogen: Supply of low-carbon hydrogen, including the development of hydrogen production facilities and joint studies on the transportation of hydrogen from Malaysia to Singapore. 

With the aim of driving innovation and fostering sustainable solutions in the hydrogen sector, the collaboration seeks to harness the combined expertise and resources of both entities

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