Non-ferrous metals such as aluminium, copper, or zinc are important for manufacturing industries, sustainability, and economic growth. They are irreplaceable for many products in the automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, and construction sectors. Their unique thermal, electrical, and isolating characteristics coupled with endless recyclability and low weight make them indispensable to achieving energy and resource efficiency goals.
Renewable energy is the best and cheapest source of energy as an alternate resource. There is massive potential for renewable energy globally. The efficient utilization of renewable energy resources could minimize the impact of climate change globally. Generally, renewable energy is generated from essentially inexhaustible sources, including wind power, solar power, geothermal energy, tidal energy, biomass energy, and other sources.
Through the harnessing of its oil and gas reserves and the forging of smart partnerships with some of the world’s largest petroleum companies, Malaysia has established the ideal infrastructure to support a vibrant petrochemical industry. Over the years, a significant number of domestic and foreign companies have established their presence in Malaysia and continued upgrading or expanding their plant capacity.
Research and development (R&D) is a process intended to create new or improved technology that can provide a competitive advantage at the business, industry, or national level. While the rewards can be very high, the process of technological innovation (of which R&D is the first phase) is complex and risky.
Electrical energy is energy derived as a result of movement of electrically charged particles. When used loosely, electrical energy refers to energy that has been converted from electric potential energy. This energy is supplied by the combination of electric current and electric potential that is delivered by an electrical circuit. All electrical energy is potential energy before it is delivered to the end-use.
The Machinery and Equipment (M&E) sector has been identified as one of the catalytic sub-sectors under the 11th Malaysia Plan due to its cross cutting linkages with all economic segments such as the primary, manufacturing and services sectors. The growth will focus on the manufacturing of high value-added and high technology M&E.
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