PUCM inks energy cooperation pact with Chinese power associations

From left: Mu Hui Hua, General Secretary, Guang Dong Province Energy Association; Dato Keith Li, President PUCM; and Xu Zhen, Vice President, Shandong Province Electric Power Enterprise Association

KUALA LUMPUR, April 15 (Bernama) -- The China Entrepreneurs Association in Malaysia (PUCM), Shandong Province Electric Power Enterprise Association and Guangdong Energy Association have inked a strategic cooperation agreement in the energy sector.

In a statement today, PUCM president Datuk Keith Li said with the signing of the agreement on April 13, 2019, the association will continue to play an even more active role as a bridge to link Chinese and Malaysian companies for win-win cooperation and accelerate friendly bilateral relations between the two nations.

PUCM was established in 2015 and currently, has 116 members involved in information technology, construction, mining, oil and gas, telecommunications, energy, retail, manufacturing, education, healthcare, media, tourism and other industries.

The Shandong Province Electric Power Enterprise Association was set up in 2008 with more than 800 members.

The power association has 11 professional committees, inclusive of power generation, new energy, electricity sales, power engineering, power equipment, power design, power security, education and training, network security and information technology, quality and financial management.

Established in 2007, the Guangdong Energy Association has more than 600 members, engaging in power engineering, green new energy, power design, power supervision, power equipment manufacturing, power information, electro-mechanical projects, electric power intelligent projects and new social energy project.


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