Invest Sarawak and Toyo Engineering collaborate for energy transition in Sarawak, Malaysia

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Invest Sarawak and Toyo Engineering Co., Ltd., in collaboration with its subsidiary Toyo Engineering & Construction Sdn Bhd, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to highlight their joint efforts to advance the Sarawak government’s energy transition agenda.


This ground-breaking partnership aims to drive Sarawak towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, in line with TOYO’s Energy Transition Strategy, outlined in a press release.


The Memorandum of Understanding sets out a framework for cooperation between the two agencies aimed at identifying and promoting potential investment projects essential to the state’s energy transition initiatives.


TOYO has expressed its readiness to support the development of essential value chain planning services to realize these initiatives.

This joint effort will support a variety of energy projects critical to the state’s agenda, including green hydrogen projects, carbon capture and storage (CCS) initiatives, waste-to-energy projects, and energy storage solutions such as battery storage and pumped hydro. Focus. Deploying smart grid technologies to increase the efficiency and reliability of the power grid.

Invest Sarawak Chief Executive Officer Timothy Ong said the partnership with Toyo signifies Sarawak’s commitment to embrace sustainable energy sources, which are critical to Sarawak’s economic and social development. He emphasized that it represents

Mr. Casey Takeshi Matsumura, Senior Executive Officer and Unit Director of Business Development and Marketing Unit of Toyo Engineering Co., Ltd., expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to support Sarawak’s ambitious energy goals. He emphasized that the partnership will leverage Toyo’s expertise and technology and contribute to sustainable growth in the region.

Under the Ministry of International Trade, Industry and Investment, InvestSarawak serves as the main platform to attract investments in line with Sarawak’s vision for sustainability and growth by 2030.

TOYO is known for its expertise in engineering, procurement, construction and technical services across a variety of sectors and brings its global experience and innovative technology to the partnership. TOYO has a significant global presence in ammonia plants and storage tanks and is poised to play a pivotal role in promoting sustainable energy solutions in Sarawak.

This cooperation is expected to not only accelerate Sarawak’s transition to renewable energy, but also stimulate local employment opportunities and technological advancement, marking an important milestone in the region’s economic landscape.

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