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Jiankun International Bhd partners with MicroEnergy for solar PV systems at Taman Panchor Jaya, Penang

Jiankun International Bhd has signed an MOU with Micro Energy Holdings (M) Sdn Bhd to install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in one of its residential developments, Taman Panchor Jaya, located in Nibong Tebal, Penang.


Taman Panchor Jaya is a double-storey landed residential development spread across a 7.58-acre (3.07-hectare) tract, comprising 116 units with a gross development value of RM72.69 million. The project is scheduled for completion in July 2026. Under the MOU, the units will be equipped with a minimum of 2.2 kW of solar PV systems.


In a statement released on Wednesday, Edwin Silvester Das, Jiankun’s executive director and CEO, expressed, “This collaboration with Micro Energy signifies more than just progress in our project portfolio; it represents a significant step towards a more environmentally sustainable Malaysia. By integrating solar energy solutions into our upscale housing development, our aim is to not only build homes but also establish a legacy of environmentally conscious living.”


Echoing Das’s sentiments, Jiankun’s executive director, Datuk Donald Lim, stated, “This green initiative aligns with Malaysia’s vision for sustainable urban development and supports efforts to reduce the nation’s carbon footprint. The project is expected to reduce energy costs for residents, enhance property values, and contribute to overall well-being by promoting a healthier environment.”


Tan Sri Dr. Abdul Aziz Jaafar, chairman of Micro Energy, emphasized, “Our partnership with Jiankun for the Taman Panchor Jaya project exemplifies the integration of cutting-edge technology with environmental responsibility. By harnessing solar power, we are advancing towards a more sustainable future and setting a precedent for incorporating green energy solutions into real estate development. This collaboration underscores our commitment to innovation and our dedication to promoting sustainable living throughout Malaysia.”

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