Sunview Group Berhad partners with RKDSB to supply solar energy to FELDA homes in Malaysia

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Sunview Group Berhad, a prominent renewable energy company primarily involved in engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and related activities, has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Fabulous Sunview Sdn Bhd has entered into a partnership agreement with Rafa KSE Development Sdn Bhd (RKDSB). It was announced that. , project owner of housing construction of Kawasan Federal Land Development Authority (FELDA) for the program “Projek Perumahan Tanah Berkelompok FELDA”.

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Under the agreement, Fabulous Sunview, in addition to being the designated EPCC provider for solar PV systems, will also provide advisory services on roof construction for solar PV system installations. RKDSB shall bundle the project together with his Fabulous Sunview solar power system to the purchaser for the mutual benefit of both parties.

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Vincent Ng, Chief Business Development Officer, Sunview Group Berhad, said: By leveraging RKDSB’s extensive network and expertise in real estate development, this partnership allows us to leverage RKDSB’s established sales channels and strong local presence, ensuring that our solar energy solutions readily available and accessible to homeowners in the area. Not only does this lead to long-term cost savings for homeowners, but it also allows for a positive impact on the environment. ”

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“This partnership aims to provide around 5,400 homes with solar power systems, leading to a reduction of around 5.4 million kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions. This goal is based on net energy metering (NEM). ) scheme and the introduction of the Solar Power Incentive Scheme for Rakyats (SolaRIS).By integrating solar power systems into residential properties, we are becoming more environmentally friendly. We are paving the way for a new generation of housing that is both sustainable and economically beneficial for homeowners. We combine our expertise and resources to drive innovation and accelerate the adoption of renewable energy. The partnership aims to contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable future for future generations, with a goal of 70% renewable energy by 2050 and ultimately net zero emissions in the future. This is further strengthened by the Malaysian government’s efforts in promoting the adoption of renewable energy to achieve this goal.”

Farhan Abdul Razak, Executive Director of RKDSB, said: This partnership represents a significant opportunity to expand the presence of renewable energy in Malaysia’s residential space. By working together, we not only deliver high-quality homes, but also integrate solar energy solutions that benefit homeowners and contribute to a cleaner environment, creating a more sustainable future for everyone. We aim to be a positive step towards. ”

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