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  • Ceramah Perdana Aidil Adha 2018 (Ustazah Norhafizah Musa)

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Ceramah Perdana Aidil Adha 2018 (Ustazah Norhafizah Musa) 14 August 2018

  • No Act of Kindness is Too Small - Malakoff, KeTSA and SEDA Give Back to the Community

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back No Act of Kindness is Too Small - Malakoff, KeTSA and SEDA Give Back to the Community 30 April 2021 On 1 May 2021, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) had collaborated with the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (“KeTSA”) and Sustainable Energy Development Authority Malaysia (“SEDA”) to sponsor a ‘buka puasa’ event for 120 students residing at Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih (“RALK”) in Puchong, Selangor. The event was further enlivened with a donation handover of RM7,110 yielded off a donation drive held across all departments and divisions in Malakoff, KeTSA and SEDA throughout the month of Ramadhan. Strictly following Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”) imposed by the Government, the event was attended by the YDP Kelab Alam KeTSA, YBhg Datuk Mohd Haniff Bin Hassan, Assistant Director of Strategic Communications at SEDA, Encik Syeikh Mohd Iqbal Bin Mohd Yusof, Senior Manager of Stakeholder Management at Malakoff, Tuan Hj Md Yuha Bin Ismail and the Headmaster of RALK, Ustaz Zahid Hassan. This is the first time Malakoff, KeTSA and SEDA have joined hands in driving forward such an initiative that is meant to foster the spirit of giving back to the community among its employees. Aside from the ‘buka puasa’ treat and the donation to RALK, Malakoff also surprised the students by handing out ‘duit raya’ hence, radiating the entire atmosphere of the event as they were completely taken off guard and were left feeling overwhelmed. “A lot of the students here have been orphans since they were much younger, while some come from underprivileged families with limited resources and finances to go around. Our intention is to ensure that no matter what their circumstances may be, they will not be left behind when it comes to education. Therefore, we are truly grateful to receive such donation as we want to provide the best facilities and education to these students”, explained Ustaz Zahid Hassan. “Furthermore, events such as these will give the students a chance to showcase their talent and encourage them to socialise and mingle with people outside of their circle. With that said, on behalf of RAKL, I would like to say thank you to Malakoff, KeTSA and SEDA for organizing this.” This programme is part Malakoff’s Corporate Social Responsibility series where its activities continue to be a cornerstone of our foundation for sustainable development, as we work closely with our stakeholders to further enhance our close working relationship for the betterment of the energy industry.

  • Malakoff Continues Coral Planting Efforts at Pulau Aur

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Continues Coral Planting Efforts at Pulau Aur 3 September 2015 Coral Planting and Reef Clean-Up Project In Commemoration of Merdeka Day Highlights The Importance Of Marine Biodiversity 4 September 2015, Pulau Aur, Mersing, Johor - Malakoff Corporation Berhad today continues its commitment towards the environment by collaborating with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE) and Department of Marine Park Malaysia (JTLM) in its efforts to care for the marine ecosystem. The Malakoff Coral Planting and Reef Clean-Up Project 2015 held from 28 to 30 August 2015, was aimed at highlighting the importance of coral in the marine ecosystem and to raise awareness and support from the local community on the threats that they are facing. The project was launched by Director of Research and Resource Inventory Department of JTLM, Abdul Muntalib bin Juli, who acknowledged Malakoff’s on-going effort of championing the rehabilitation of coral. “This is the fifth year of our collaboration with Malakoff involving the marine ecosystem. We have received positive feedbacks on the previous programs and this has spurred Malakoff to continue working with us on this noble effort.” “This year, the project is carried out in the coastal waters of Pulau Aur, Mersing, Johor. Pulau Aur is an important coral nursery in Malaysia as it has a conducive environment for the coral to propagate. According to statistics, it is the habitat of at least 183 types of corals and 232 reef-fish species. Pulau Aur is also the largest island in a group of 3 islands that reside in the Pulau Aur Marine Park,” added Abdul Muntalib in his speech. At the event, a contribution of RM30,000 from Malakoff was also handed out to Abdul Muntalib as the representative from JTLM for the project. During the 3-day event, 20 divers from JTLM and Malakoff participated in the cleaning of ghost nets and coral planting in the coastal waters of Pulau Aur. Total of 20 frames submerged into the coastal waters where divers planted coral nubbins to conserve the coral in the area. The Pulau Aur community, consisting of fishermen, students, private agencies and tourists also participated in marine awareness programs and were briefed on the importance of corals to the marine ecosystem. A special session symbolically called “Merdeka Dive” was carried out on 30th August, where the divers hoisted the Jalur Gemilang underwater during a reef clean-up to mark the celebration of Malaysia’s 58 years of independence. Speaking of the project, Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff, Dato’ Sri Syed Faisal Albar said the continuity of the project reflected Malakoff’s profound commitment to the Environment. “We are pleased with the enthusiastic involvement of the local communities in the Malakoff Coral Planting and Reef Clean-Up Project. Such collaboration with JTLM enables the communities to be a part of the project’s success while allowing us to build meaningful engagements with them.” “Malakoff’s previous environmental efforts in Pulau Mentinggi, Johor have generated positive impact to the community and the marine biodiversity in the surrounding areas. With the strong interest in conserving the ecosystem shown by the community in Pulau Aur, I’m positive that the same result can be replicated here,” he added. As a result of its commitment to the Environment, Malakoff has previously received several regional and national CSR awards on its environment efforts, namely the prestigious Anugerah Langkawi (2014) and Environment Week Special Appreciation (2013) by NRE, CSR of the Year Award (2013) by MIM, Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awards on Green Leadership (2013), Appreciation for Habitat Restoration Initiatives in conjunction with World Ocean Day (2012) by NRE and Prime Minister’s CSR Award in Environment (2010).

  • Nurturing good values with "Melentur Buluh"

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Nurturing good values with "Melentur Buluh" 6 May 2012 Deep within the heart of the oil palm plantation in Mukim Serkat, lies a small and quaint school where 71 students converge daily in their quest to gain knowledge. This group of students was definitely privileged as Malakoff has chosen them to carry out this year’s Melentur Buluh program. Following last year’s success story at SK Andek Mori, where Malakoff staff, together with the school’s students and staff, carried out gotong-royong to spruce up the place and Malakoff contributed books for the school library, the same program was carried out at SK Seri Sinaran Chokoh this year. The morning rain didn’t dampen the spirits of 20 Malakoff staff and the schoolchildren as they joined forces during the gotong-royong to clean and beautify the school compound. The school store, that housed used books and sports equipment, were cleared and re-arranged neatly. Classrooms were given a fresh coat of paint to liven up the room, making it more conducive for the children to study. A set of recycle bins was also donated to the school to encourage and teach the children on the importance of 3R – reduce, reuse, recycle – in environmental conservation. The children were very excited and eager to practice the recycling lessons that they learn in the Civic Studies using the donated recycle bins. Representatives from Jabatan Bomba Pontian and Bahagian Trafik Balai Polis Pontian were also present to impart valuable lessons and tips on fire and road safety to the schoolchildren. A demonstration to extinguish fire was carried out by the Jabatan Bomba representatives and some teachers and schoolchildren were given first-hand opportunity to extinguish fire. Speaking after the event, headmistress of SK Seri Sinaran Chokoh, Puan Sapiah Sapari praised Malakoff for coming up with a useful program that is beneficial to the schoolchildren. “Lessons on recycle, fire and road safety are taught in school under a subject called Civic Studies but it is only in theory. With the Melentur Buluh program, they get to experience and practice it in real life.” “Gotong-royong is also a good deed that should be instilled in the schoolchildren. Ever since the school employs cleaners to handle the housekeeping of the school, the children are not exposed to the teamwork spirit that comes with the act of gotong-royong. With today’s gotong-royong session, the children could see for themselves how it is done and were able to work as a team and now know that huge task is easier and feasible if it is done together.” As one of Malakoff’s adopted schools in Pontian, SK Seri Sinaran Chokoh also received RM20,000 annually under the Malakoff EduFund grant. The grant is one of Malakoff’s corporate social responsibility initiatives under its flagship, the Malakoff Community Partnerships. The cheque was presented by En Yusop Abdul Rashid, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Affairs and External Relations, to Puan Sapiah during the closing ceremony of Melentur Buluh program. Penghulu Mukim Serkat, Tok Zaini was also present as a guest-of-honour at the ceremony. En Yusop said that the program was designed to nurture and instill a safety culture in these schoolchildren, as part of Malakoff’s Commitment to Community & Education. He added that the program also aimed to create awareness to common good values or “nilai-nilai murni” from young, through healthy social activities.

  • Ceramah Muslimat: Ustazah Isfadilah 2019

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Ceramah Muslimat: Ustazah Isfadilah 2019 25 April 2019

  • Malakoff Educates Tanjung Bin Community on Road Safety

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Educates Tanjung Bin Community on Road Safety 12 October 2016 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) successfully organized “Malakoff Road Safety Campaign” on 13 October 2016 at parking area, Masjid Al-Amin Sungai Dinar, Mukim Serkat. This event is a collaboration between Malakoff, Jabatan Keselamatan Jalan Raya (JKJR), Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat (Bomba), Polis Di-Raja Malaysia (PDRM) and other relevant in-house contractors at the Tanjung Bin facilities. As a responsible corporate citizen, Malakoff initiated this collaborative campaign to the staff and local community to inculcate them with positive attitude towards road safety and to educate them that road safety is a shared responsibility. The campaign was launched by En. Abdul Samir bin Mahadi, Chairman of the Development and Security Kawasan 1 (JKKK) Mukim Serkat, who was grateful that Malakoff was taking a lead on this programme. “The roads leading to the power plant is commonly used by the locals. With this campaign, it will give them a greater safety awareness while on the road,” he added. A total of 300 participants consisting of Mukim Serkat village folks, schoolchildren from Sek. Keb. Sungai Boh and Tanjung Bin staff attended the campaign. Various activities were conducted throughout the campaign, among others a road safety talk by JKJR, a fire truck demonstration by Bomba, a demonstration on motorcycle maneuvering and a video presentation on bicycle safety. In addition to that, JKJR, PDRM and Bomba also held information booths for the benefit of the participants. Speaking of the event, En. Mohd Shokri Daud, Senior Vice President, Local Generation Division, hoped this campaign would improve public awareness on road safety. “Malakoff values safety as one of the most important aspects of its operations. The campaign is done with this in mind and the involvement of the neighbouring community ensures that more people benefit from this programme,” he concluded.

  • Malakoff Golf Invitational 2010 (Authorities)

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Golf Invitational 2010 (Authorities) 23 April 2010

  • Friendly Golf Game with Manjung Authorities

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Friendly Golf Game with Manjung Authorities 7 October 2016 A friendly golf game with Manjung, Perak authorities was held at Damai Laut Golf & Country Club, Lumut, Perak on 8 October 2016 and was participated by 16 golfers. This friendly is part of our regulatory programme to strengthen the good relationship between Manjung authorities and Malakoff, through sporting activities. YDH Toh Seri Bijaya Lt. Kol (B) Dato' Shaharudin bin Haji Nazari, Orang Besar Jajahan (OBJ) Manjung was the Guest-of-Honour at the game. He was joined by the senior officials from Majlis Perbandaran Manjung, Pejabat Tanah & Daerah Manjung and Malakoff. The event was hosted by En. Nordin Kasim, Senior Vice President, International Operations & Services Division and En. Mohd Azmi Jusoh, Plant Manager of Lumut Power Plant. En. Nordin in his speech said, “I would like to thank everyone for coming here today to participate in this tournament. I hope this tournament will be an opportunity for us to show appreciation to our stakeholders for the continuous support over the years and may our good working relationship remains.” En. Abdul Malik Husin from Majlis Perbandaran Manjung was the tournament’s champion, while En. Shamsul Haziman from Pejabat Tanah & Daerah Manjung and Lt. Kol (B) Dato' Shaharudin bin Haji Nazari, OBJ Manjung were in second and third places, respectively. The prizes to all winners were presented by En. Mohd Azmi Jusoh.

  • Malakoff Launches ‘Back to School’ Programme in Pontian

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Launches ‘Back to School’ Programme in Pontian 9 January 2021 On 10th January 2021, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”), in collaboration with the State Executive Council of Johor, launched the ‘Back to School’ programme as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) Education Programme. The launch was officiated by Yang Berhormat Tuan Haji Mazlan bin Bujang, the State EXCO of Education, Information, Heritage and Culture. Encik Jasni Bin Omar, District of Pontian Education Director and Tanjung Bin Power (“TBP”) Plant Manager, Encik Kopli Yunus were also in attendance during the launching ceremony. The programme is aimed at providing the basic necessities such as school bags, stationery and school uniforms for primary school children before the start of the school year. It also serves as a morale boost for the children to elevate their academic performance as well as for the parents by ensuring that the supplies needed are sufficient. A total of 789 students from 27 primary schools from the Kukup and Pekan Nanas districts will benefit from this initiative. “We understand how challenging the past year has been for everyone, with the limitation imposed on business hours and operations. Sacrifices had to be made just to make ends meet. This has prompted me to offer any type of help I could in ensuring the community members’ burden are eased especially when it comes to their children’s education”, said YB Tuan Haji Mazlan in his opening speech. “I would also like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude towards Malakoff for tirelessly initiating a communal effort such as this especially when it concerns the welfare of the children here. I hope this ‘silaturahim’ can continue despite the uncertainties of the current situation that is affecting the country, as well as the rest of the world”. The Malakoff CSR Education Programme has further elevated the company’s brand through community engagement programmes, particularly in areas where we operate. It also raises awareness among our employees while providing them the opportunity to engage with the local communities. This demonstrates our commitment to enhance our strong relationship with our key stakeholders and contribute to their socioeconomic development through education.

  • Malakoff Assists Flash Flood Victim in Pontian, Johor

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Assists Flash Flood Victim in Pontian, Johor 5 October 2021 On 6 October 2021, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) provided assistance to a flash flood victim in Kampung Perpat Timbul, Mukim Serkat in Pontian, Johor. The effects of the recent severe weather conditions had caused the home of Encik Abd Rahman Mustafa to be badly wrecked, consequently jeopardising the safety of Encik Abd Rahman and his family members. Upon hearing the news, the Tanjung Bin Power Plant (“TBPP”) Plant Manager, Encik Kopli Bin Yunus, took the initiative to visit and gauge the condition of the victim’s home himself to find out what necessities would be fitting to help ease the victim and his family’s situation. Boxes of basic food supplies were handed over to Encik Abd Rahman Mustafa along with a cash donation to help with the repair costs. “As the monsoon season is still on-going, we will be expecting extreme weather conditions such as this to hit hard in certain parts of the state. As an organisation that often works closely with the local communities, we can’t turn a blind eye when a misfortune befalls onto the community members. In fact, it is our responsibility to reach out to them and offer a helping hand in any way we can”, said Encik Kopli. Malakoff’s Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) activities continue to be a cornerstone of its foundation for sustainable development, as we work closely with the local communities to ensure that their needs and well-being are taken care of.

  • Sustainability Statement 2017

    Enhancing the quality of life and empowering the communities where we operate Back Sustainability Statement 2017 Malakoff Annual Report 2017 - Sustainability Statement Globally, guided by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, governments and organisations are working towards reducing energy intensity, mainly contributed by improved efficiencies, especially in industrial and transportation sectors. Some of the efforts to reduce energy emissions include adoption of clean technologies, the imminent shift to renewables and introduction of innovative product and policy solutions. The coordinated and consolidated efforts across the world are expected to limit the rise in global temperature at 2 degrees Celsius. Malaysia has also pledged for a voluntary reduction of up to 40% of emissions intensity per unit of GDP by the year 2020 compared to her emission levels in 2005. In trying to meet this target, Malaysia continuously review the National Energy Policy to ensure secure, reliable, cost-effective and sustainable energy. Most recently, the government has moved from its four-fuel to five-fuel policy, to include RE along with oil, gas, coal, and hydro. The Eleventh Malaysia Plan (11MP) has also set an ambitious target to build the RE capacity to 2,080 MW by 2020. Globally, scalability and affordability of renewable energy are improving due to advancement in technology. The European utilities are moving away from coal even during the time when coal prices are going down. Of late, banks and long term investors such as pension funds are becoming more selective towards environmental friendly products and services. Due to rapid advancements in technology, Solar PV, wind (onshore) and biomass project tariffs are getting as competitive as conventional plants. Against this backdrop, we believe that our role as a credible power and water producer is even more critical to not only support the aspirations of the government, but to also accelerate our efforts towards improving our energy-mix and energy efficiencies, while closely reviewing at our operations in all our key markets to effectively manage our ESG impacts. Towards this end, our commitment will go beyond embracing sustainable business practices. We will work with our stakeholders including authorities, investors, partners, service providers, employees and communities to adequately meet the present needs of power and water. We will also take greater responsibility to ensure that our current actions will positively contribute towards improving access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for the future generations. Moving forward, we will continuously identify and capitalise on common synergies, strengths and resources to integrate sustainability into our day-to-day business operations and behaviour. Our end objective is to improve our operational efficiencies and deliver long-term growth and value for all our stakeholders. Our second Sustainability Statement (“the Statement”) documents various policies, programmes and commitments in relation to our ESG impacts. The Statement also outlines our approach to improving and growing our business operations in a responsible and sustainable manner, with unwavering commitment to our stakeholders and other interested parties. DATO’ AHMAD FUAAD KENALI Chief Executive Officer For the full Sustainability Statement as published in the Malakoff Annual Report 2017, kindly follow the button below: Document Malakoff Annual Report 2017 - Sustainability Statement

  • Malakoff Named Malaysia's Top 30 Green Catalysts 2014 Awards

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Named Malaysia's Top 30 Green Catalysts 2014 Awards 31 January 2015 Award Ceremony Celebrates Dynamism, Diversity and Innovation in Green Technology 1 February 2015, Kuala Lumpur – Malakoff was named one of Malaysia’s Top 30 Green Catalysts for 2014 award recipient at the recent GreenTech Awards organized by Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTech Malaysia) to recognise and honour individuals and organisations who have had significant environmental, economic and social impact in expanding the country’s Green Technology sector.The award ceremony hosted over 500 notable green technology leaders from across various sectors including the Energy, Building, Transport, Water and Waste Management. The GreenTech Awards Gala Dinner was graced by the guest of honour, His Highness Crown Prince of Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah Ibni Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj. Speaking of Malakoff winning the awards, Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff, Dato’ Sri Syed Faisal Albar said, “On behalf of Malakoff, it is an honour to be named amongst Malaysia’s Top 30 Green Catalysts 2014. The award is a recognition of our on-going effort to promote renewable energy via our Macarthur wind farm, the largest wind farm in the Southern Hemisphere. It also acknowledges programmes to encourage energy efficiency through the Malakoff Energy Expert Series in the recent past as well as our other CSR programmes. It is very encouraging to see such efforts across various industries in Malaysia were duly recognized by the GreenTech Awards.” Previously, Malakoff also won Anugerah Langkawi 2014 - Corporate category, Global CSR Awards 2014 – Women Empowerment category, Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awards (AREA) – Green Leadership category, Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM) - CSR of The Year Award 2013 and Prime Minister’s CSR Awards 2010 – Environment Category. Speaking about the awards, GreenTech Malaysia’s Chief Executive Officer, Ir. Ahmad Hadri Haris said, “The contributions of Malaysia’s Top 30 Green Catalysts for 2014 have demonstratively made a significant impact in raising awareness on sustainability, conservation, and the growth of the green technology sector, economically and socially.” “It is essential for us to create synergies among the industry players to collectively promote and grow the green technology sector. We need to work in partnerships to capture the huge opportunities that green technology offers and unlock the sector’s true potential,” he added. This year, the GreenTech Awards were divided into two categories, Personalities and Corporations, acknowledging the many efforts put in by both individuals and organisations who are committed to ensuring Malaysia’s long-term ecological sustainability and the growth of Green Technology sector towards achieving the national Green Technology agenda. The award recipients walked away with the custom-designed GreenTech Awards trophy that symbolises the wide-ranging forms of green technology, one that is vibrant with limitless possibilities and exciting potential for progress. The GreenTech Awards is one of the many initiatives championed by GreenTech Malaysia to catalyse the Green Technology agenda in line with the aspirations of the National Green Technology Policy 2009.

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