Ministry Of Science and Technology Innovation Malaysia (MOSTI) and Technology Park Malaysia (TPM), set upon a bold mission: to harnesses the cleanest, most abundant renewable energy source available; solar energy, to provide rural outdoor lighting that preserves resources, requires no moving parts, and is virtually maintenance free.
Jakel wanted to create an experience that keeps shoppers coming back, and lighting was essential to this equation, minus the time and cost of replacing lamps. When the Melaka branch fabrics franchise went looking for lighting that could last, it found it in QEOS LED.
Melaka International College of Science and Technology (MICOST) recently retrofit its old fluorescent lighting with QEOS LED T8 Lights. Previously using traditional fluorescent lighting in their halls, corridors, classrooms and in the receptions and offices.
In search of a efficient and modern lighting system, Majilis Bandaraya Melaka Bersejarah (MBMB) chose QEOS LED to deliver clean, crisp light at an affordable cost, that are easy on the operating budget.
The introduction of a new light fitting that was relatively new to the market was somewhat of a risk for the business. However Silterra Sdn Bhd place their confidence in QEOS LED, their engineering expertise and their willingness to support the installation, ensured that Silterra were able to take this step to improving the sustainability of its existing operations.
Petronas has been working with QEOS LED contractor who supplied and installed eight units of solar street light in the Petronas Penapisan Melaka parking area. Petronas has chosen solar street light project using high efition QEOS LED solar street light in order to provide a continuous source of lighting in the evening based on renewable energy source.
Lighting is vital in health center for proper operation. Different lighting luminous lux need to be tailored according to OSHA standard for consultations area, waiting rooms, operating rooms and rooms.
Oriental Melaka Straits Medical Center is a 300-bedded, world-class multidisciplinary specialist medical center. Their mission is to provide high quality healthcare services at a conducive environment. OMSMC sustainability strategy reaches beyond the doors of their medical center to preserve and protect the planet and its resources.
Melaka International Bowling Center (MIBC) is adopting the Melaka Green Technology Blueprint and lead the effort to Go Green. A pilot test has been conducted by MIBC facility manager and QEOS LED light has astonishingly reduced their energy consumption on lighting by almost 80%.
Quality Hotel sustainability strategy focuses on reducing carbon footprint, supporting innovative conservation initiatives and inspiring their guests to support these efforts. Quality Hotel has implemented their sustainability strategy by utilizing QEOS LED most advance ultra-high energy efficient lighting in all suitable area resulting an astonishing RM 56 million electricity savings.
gro-Biotechnology Institute Malaysia (ABI) is one of the three Biotechnology Institutes under Malaysia Ministry of Science, technology and Innovation. Agro-Biotechnology Instituition Malaysia (ABI) is adopting QEOS LED lighting and lead the effort to Go Green.
Malaysian Genome Institute is a network-based not-for-profit organization undertaking basic and translational research aimed at the generation of new intelectual properties and technologies for economic development via a large scale collaborative projects. Malaysian Genome Institute is adopting the QEOS LED lighting which is the world's most efficient LED lighting.
IPHARM is a multidisciplinary research institute that focuses its efforts on drug discovery, development and one of Malaysia's leading instituitions in pharmaceutical studies. By adopting to QEOS LED lighting, they will reduce electricity usage through QEOS LED technology.
The Adya Hotel is a multiple awarded 4 star hotel in Langkawi. When it comes to lighting, they already knew LED was the answer for reducing energy use compared to standard options. Initial plans called for a variety of eye-catching lamps and fixtures to be sourced from several manufacturers, QEOS LED stood out amongst the rest.
Muzium Diraja Istana Batu (The Royal Museum) was built in 1939 under the reign of Sultan Ismail I of Kelantan (1920-1944), as a wedding gift for his nephew Yahya Petra (1960-1979) whom was the eventual successor of Kelantan. It has a pale yellow structure and served as the palace for crown's prince. It was then donated to the state and now it's open to public for viewing.
The City of Alor Setar is taking its first steps as an intelligent city by converting all of its municipal streetlights in stages to QEOS state-of-the-art LEDs.