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Unitrade Teams Up with Huawei, JJ-Lapp for Renewable Energy Push

KUALA LUMPUR: Homegrown building materials wholesaler and distributor Unitrade Industries Bhd (UIB), through its wholly-owned subsidiary Syarikat Logam Unitrade Sdn Bhd (SLU), signed a collaboration agreement with Huawei Technologies (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd and JJ-LAPP (M) Sdn Bhd.

Unitrade Industries Bhd managing director Nomis Sim Siang Leng said the company is committed to continuously enhancing its customers’ value.

The agreement aims to advance solar adoption by pooling the collective expertise, resources, and technology to facilitate purchasing and selling Huawei digital power-smart photovoltaic (PV) solutions.

Under the agreement, Huawei will serve as the technology advisor, while JJ-LAPP will
be the authorised value-added partner to promote and sell smart PV solutions
across residential as well as commercial and industrial (C&I) sectors.

Meanwhile, UIB will facilitate broader market access as the project delivery partner.

UIB managing director Nomis Sim Siang Leng said the company is committed to continuously enhancing its customers’ value.

“Recognising the growing demand for solar energy, we offer comprehensive solar PV products featuring top-quality options like Huawei’s smart PV solutions and PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), a recognised astronergy solar panels.

“By integrating solar solutions into our existing portfolio of over 6,000 building material stock-keeping units, we not only meet our customers’ extensive building and infrastructure project needs but also streamline the process for those seeking to adopt solar energy solutions,” Sim said in a statement.

Huawei’s smart PV solutions integrate modern digital technologies into solar
power systems to optimise energy generation and efficiency while enabling remote monitoring and management of solar power systems – a significant advantage for businesses and homeowners.

The agreement reinforces UIB’s commitment to providing a holistic solution for customers seeking to adopt solar energy solutions.

UIB has built a full-suite of solar offerings portfolio, including solar panels, inverters, mounting brackets, cables, electric vehicle (EV) chargers, batteries, and optimisers, providing
customers with a one-stop solution for their solar energy needs.

“Importantly, this strategic initiative aligns seamlessly with our commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG)
principles and our ambition to contribute to Malaysia’s energy transition journey.

“The growing awareness for sustainability initiatives, especially among the C&I players, signifies a positive shift towards clean energy adoption.

“Encouragingly, the government’s proactive efforts, including the unveiling
of National Energy Transition Roadmap (NETR) and the recent open bidding of 2GW
for the large-scale solar programme (LSS), along with the introduction of Solar for
Rakyat incentive scheme (SolaRIS) further drives this transition,” Sim said.

This agreement builds upon the memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Huawei
and JJ-LAPP in January 2024 to explore the business opportunities under Huawei’s
smart PV solutions across residential and C&I sectors.

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