Are you looking forward on the latest insights of district cooling system in Malaysia? You’re right on time!
We are having an upcoming webinar titled “Exploring Potential of District Cooling System in Malaysia” on 2 Sept, Thursday, 2:00PM (UTC+8) Malaysia Time. This webinar is sponsored by Pendinginan Megajana Sdn Bhd and hosted by Asia Pacific Urban Energy Association (APUEA), in collaboration with ASEAN Super 8 – ASEAN TENAGA Energy.
The key takeaways of the webinar:
• Learn about the status of District Cooling Systems market in Malaysia
• Explore the robust potential for District Cooling Systems
• Discover various experiences in the international District Cooling Systems market
• Get first-hand technical insights and how to successfully penetrate the market.
Don’t missed out the opportunity to explore more on the District Cooling Systems market in Malaysia.
Register: Webinar Registration – Zoom
URBANICE MALAYSIA once again brings to you our third Malaysia Urban Forum 2021. MUF2021 is a national level forum that aims to promote outcome driven discussions and sharing of solutions in developing and addressing the current urban challenges in becoming a Sustainable Urban Nation 2030 in the face of Covid-19.
This year’s MUF2021 Stakeholder Assemblies and Roundtables will take place virtually on the 6th of September 2021. As stakeholders to the city, be sure not to miss out on this event!
Participation is free!
Online registration is open on the URBANICE MALAYSIA website, https://www.urbanicemalaysia.com.my/muf2021-participant-registration/
or scan the QR code.
The IURC programme will join the Malaysian Urban Forum 2021 as a knowledge partner with Pablo Gandara, the Team Leader of IURC Asia & Australasia, participating as a discussant in the “Consumer Behaviour Towards a Circular Pathway” roundtable on 8 September, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The IURC Asia & Australasia will organise a kick-off meeting for EU and Malaysian cities that will cooperate within the IURC programme. Joining the meeting will be representatives from Bologna and Imola NCI from Italy; Eixo Atlantico, Vila Nova and Maia from Portugal; and Seberang Perai, Georgetown and Malacca City from Malaysia.
The cities will cooperate on several areas including circular economy and will be briefed on pilot projects and action plans that are expected to result from their cooperation.