Bridging Malaysia-China Power Energy Cooperation

The China Entrepreneurs Association in Malaysia (PUCM)  signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Shandong province electric Power Enterprise Association and the Guangdong Energy Association recently to jointly strive for corporation between China and Malaysian companies in the power energy market.
PUCM was established in 2015 and currently has 116 members. It’s the most active and locally recognised China association  in Malaysia. PUCM members invested in a variety of business sectors such as information technology, construction, mining, oil & gas, telecommunications, energy, retails, manufacturing, education, healthcare, media, tourism and other industries, and having been making great contribution  to Malaysia’s local economic development.

“PUCM will continue to play even more active role of a bridge to link China & Malaysian companies for win-win corporation and accelerate bilateral friendly relations  between two nations.” says PUCM president Dato Keith Li.

Shandong Province Electric Power Enterprise Association was established in 2008 with more than 800 members. The association has 11 professional committees inclusive of  power generation, new energy, electricity sales, power engineering, power equipment, power design, power security, education and training, network security and information technology, quality & financial management.

Guangdong Energy Association was established in 2007 and now has more than 600 members. It is engaged in power engineering, green new energy , power design, power supervision, power equipment manufacturing, power information, electromechanical   projects, electric power intelligent projects, and new social energy groups such as new energy development and utilisation, power distribution, power security, energy transmission pipeline networks, and other industries related to the energy sector. — Bernama


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