NATIONAL ENERGY AWARDS TO POWER UP MALAYSIA’S ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
The National Energy Awards or NEA recognises the outstanding achievements and best practices of the public and private sectors in driving the country’s sustainable energy agenda. Inaugurated in 2018, NEA is part of the government’s effort in promoting Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
MALAYSIA’S 6TH NATIONAL ENERGY AWARD AIMS TO AID SUSTAINABILITY ASPIRATIONS
The annual National Energy Awards (NEA) is now open for 2023 submission. This Award aims to support sustainable energy practices while recognising and honouring industry players for their innovations as Malaysia transitions to a climate-conscious green economy.
TWELVE MALAYSIAN INDUSTRY PLAYERS WON THE PRESTIGIOUS ASEAN ENERGY AWARDS 2022
The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) announced today that Malaysia brought home 12 awards in various categories at the ASEAN Energy Awards 2022 (AEA).
The National Energy Awards 2022 Drives More Sustainable Breakthroughs From Local Industries
The National Energy Awards (NEA) announced its winners for the year 2022 by honouring industry players for embracing and investing in sustainable energy practices. Spearheaded by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KETSA),
PEMAIN INDUSTRI TENAGA LESTARI TEMPATAN TERIMA PENGIKTIRAFAN ANUGERAH TENAGA KEBANGSAAN (NEA) 2021
Menteri Tenaga dan Sumber Asli, YB Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan menyeru agar pemain industri tenaga lestari tempatan meneruskan usaha menyokong agenda peralihan tenaga negara dan juga aspirasi Kerajaan ke arah negara neutral karbon.
FINAL CALL FOR NATIONAL ENERGY AWARDS 2022 ENTRIES
To encourage the adoption of the sustainable energy practises agenda, the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA) would like to announce the final call for submissions to participate in the National Energy Award (NEA) 2022, the country’s premier accolade for sustainable energy game-changers. Since the inaugural NEA in 2018, the Awards have recognised close to 100 organisations at the forefront of growing the nation’s sustainable energy sector.