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Meta Bright Enters Solar Supply Agreement to Power Hospitality Operations

KUALA LUMPUR: Meta Bright Group Berhad (“MBGB”), in its ongoing commitment to sustainable and eco-friendly energy solutions, announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, FBO Land (Serendah) Sdn. Bhd. (“FLSBB”), along with Doople Tech Sdn Bhd (“Doople”), has signed a solar supply agreement with Cherengin Hills Sdn. Bhd. (“Cherengin Hills”). This agreement represents a strategic step towards enhancing sustainable practices in the hospitality industry and supporting Malaysia’s national energy objectives.

According to a filing with Bursa Malaysia, FLSBB will oversee the installation, maintenance, and operation of a solar photovoltaic system at Cherengin Hills’ properties in Pahang. This system will supply all net electricity output for 21 years from the start of operations. Cherengin Hills, primarily engaged in hotel, motel, and holiday camp operations, stands to benefit from reduced energy expenses and a diminished carbon footprint, while FBO Land aims to leverage the carbon credits generated by the system.

This collaboration follows MBGB’s recent partnership with Doople Tech Sdn. Bhd., announced on 19th April 2024, which focused on renewable energy ventures. By combining Meta Bright’s investment capabilities with Doople Tech’s operational expertise, MBGB is eager to explore targeted opportunities in solar energy initiatives within the hospitality sector. This marks MBGB’s initial entry into solar solutions tailored for hospitality, with intentions to further expand in this field. Given the hospitality industry’s strong recovery post-pandemic, driven by rising travel demand and a renewed emphasis on sustainable practices, the timing is ideal for introducing renewable energy solutions.

Mr. Derek Phang Kiew Lim, Executive Director of Corporate and Strategic Planning at Meta Bright, commented, “Cherengin Hills is taking a commendable step towards sustainability, and we are pleased to facilitate this transition. By harnessing solar energy, we contribute positively to the environment and demonstrate the economic viability of green initiatives in the hospitality sector.”

“MBGB’s venture into renewable energy underscores a broader strategy of responsible corporate stewardship and reflects the Group’s forward-thinking approach in aligning business operations with global sustainability trends,” Mr. Derek Phang added.

The partnership with Cherengin Hills signifies another significant achievement for MBGB as it continues to strengthen its position as an innovative player in Malaysia’s business landscape. With a focus on long-term sustainability and growth, MBGB remains committed to leading the way in eco-friendly business practices.

MBGB is pleased to announce that the completed installation value of projects to date is approximately RM3.55 million. Furthermore, the company has ongoing projects valued at around RM11.89 million.

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