Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia
The Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, also known as Kementerian Tenaga, TeknologiHijaudan Air (KeTTHA), was established on 9 April 2009, as a result of the restructuring of the former Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications (KTAK).
KeTTHA is responsible for formulating and implementing policies in the electricity, green technology and water sectors.
Malaysian Green Technology Corporation
Also called GreenTech Malaysia, it is an organisation under the purview of the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water Malaysia (KeTTHA).
GreenTech Malaysia focuses on the development and promotion of green technology as a strategic engine for socio-economic growth in Malaysia.
TNB is Malaysia’s largest electricity company. The core of its corporate responsibly policy is called ‘Powering the Nation’. On top of that, TNB believes in empowering the community, greening the Nation and setting standards in the marketplace.
Gas Malaysia provides a clean, efficient and stable supply of Natural Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas to homes, commercial businesses and industries.
ITRAMAS Corporation is the leading Malaysian engineering company in green technology and public works. ITRAMAS has extensive experience in implementing large-scale public projects for the government in advanced engineering and green technology sectors covering both Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Efficiency (EE).
Helios Photovoltaic is a system integrator developing solar farms and cities across Europe and Asia. Their portfolio of products, technologies and consultancy services present dependable and cutting-edge solutions to anyone thinking of making the switch to alternative energy.
Mudajaya Group Berhad
Mudajaya excels in the construction and property development industry with the aim to provide good infrastructure and energy requirement to society.
GadingKencana is a renewable energy services company. It first ventured into the solar lights market, then progressed to solar and hybrid systems and recently broke into large-scale solar PV systems with outputs by the hundreds of kilowatts.
Since 1985, Julie’s has built its reputation to become a household brand name known for quality and tasty biscuits in various Asia-Pacific regions and over 75 countries.
Ministry of Tourism and Culture
Department of Tourism was first set up under the Ministry of Trade of Malaysia in 1959. In April 2004, MoCAT was split to facilitate the establishment of a separate ministry i.e the Ministry of Tourism (MoTour) which was responsible solely for matters related to tourism. On 15 May 2013, MoTour was transformed to Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC) after the 13th General Election.
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry was established in April 1956. The Ministry was then renamed the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MITI) in February 1972. MITI aims to make Malaysia the preferred investment destination and among the most globally competitive trading nations by 2020.
Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
The Ministry was first established in 1973 as the Ministry of Technology, Research and Local Government. In 1976, in line with new functions and responsibilities pertaining to environmental matters, the Ministry then changed its name to Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (MOSTE). On 27th March 2004, the Cabinet agreed to the restructuring of MOSTE and the name was changed to Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI).
Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation
MATRADE’s mission to promote Malaysia’s export has enabled many local companies to carve new frontiers in global markets. Today as the agency continues to put the spotlight on capable Malaysian companies on the international stage, it is helping make the phrase ‘Made in Malaysia’ synonymous with excellence, reliability and trustworthiness.
Sustainable Energy Development Authority of Malaysia
SEDA is a statutory body formed under the Sustainable Energy Development Authority Act (SEDA Malaysia) 2011 (Act 726). The key role of SEDA is to administer and manage the implementation of the feed-in tariff mechanism which is mandated under the Renewable Energy Act 2011 (Act 725).
Established under the Energy Commission Act 2001, the Energy Commission (EC) is the regulatory agency for electricity supply and piped gas supply industries in Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah.
Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)
FRIM is one of the leading institutions in tropical forestry research in the world. Founded in 1929, the former Forest Research Institute became a fully-fledged statutory body, governed by the Malaysian Forestry Research and Development Board (MFRDB) under the Ministry of Primary Industries in 1985. Presently, both FRIM and MFRDB are under the purview of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
The Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation
The Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation(Kraftangan Malaysia) is responsible to develop and promote the craft entrepreneurial and national craft industry.
The National Department for Culture and Arts (JKKN)
JKKN is in charge of preserving and promoting Malaysian culture and arts, providing conducive infrastructure for arts and culture and advisory services to the Malaysian community and enhancing development of arts and culture products towards the 1Malaysia concept.
The Istana Budaya is Malaysia’s main venue for all types of theatre. It is the first theatre in Asia to have sophisticated stage mechanism for theatre performance.
Bioeconomy Corporation is the lead development agency for the bio-based industry in Malaysia, under the purview of Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI). Bioeconomy Corporation is responsible for executing the objectives of the National Biotechnology Policy (NBP) and acts to identify value propositions in both research and development (R&D) and commerce, and to support these ventures via financial assistance and developmental services.
The Tourist Development Corporation of Malaysia (TDC) was established on 10 August 1972 as an agency under the former Ministry of Trade and Industry by an Act of Parliament. With the inception of the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism on 20 May 1987, TDC was moved to this new ministry; and became the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board (MTPB) through the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Act 1992. Popularly known as Tourism Malaysia, its full focus is on promoting Malaysia domestically and internationally.