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Old June 30th, 2019, 01:21 PM   #361
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Waah Penang still got land to accommodate these kind of 'manufacturing' investments - thought Penang is very 'land-scarce' state and cannot do any reclamation from the sea loor hehehe !!!

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Penang Govt set to make Bertam first smart energy city
Bernama July 19, 2019 00:52 am +08


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KEPALA BATAS (July 18): The Penang Government is set to make Bertam near here the first smart energy city of the State through a collaboration with two educational institutions, Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abdul Rahman said today.

He said the National University of Malaysia through the Solar Energy Research Institute (SERI) and UKM Pakarunding Sdn Bhd will team up with the Kepala Batas Industrial Training Institute (ILP) to develop the smart energy city.

"The first strategy (in developing this smart energy city) is (to study) energy efficiency and energy conservation before adopting renewable solar energy to supply electricity to buildings," he said when opening the Bertam Smart Energy City project here.

According to him, the project is in line with Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0) which is a new approach to combine conventional technology with the Internet of Things (IoT) to enhance automation, communication, and using data online and in 'real time'.

"Smart Energy City is a smart city concept based on IR4.0 which was initially just a concept, but today, it has become a reality because IoT has begun to be applied in urban infrastructure," he said.

He said five buildings had been selected for the first phase of the project, namely Kepala Batas ILP, Abdullah Fahim Mosque, Kepala Batas Hospital, as well as the Mydin and Tesco supermarkets in Kepala Batas.
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PORT DICKSON (July 31) The Ministry of Health (MOH) plans to establish a Nuclear Medicine Department in the Sungai Petani Cancer Specialist Centre in Kedah, to provide better services and treatments for patients in the northern region.

Its Deputy Minister, Dr Lee Boon Chye, said the department would be the seventh of its kind after those established at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Penang General Hospital, National Cancer Institute, Sabah Women and Children Hospital, Sarawak General Hospital and Johor’s Sultanah Aminah Hospital.

He said the cancer specialist centre, which is under construction at the cost of RM500 million, was slated for completion in three years.

“With the additional Nuclear Medicine Department in the northern region, I hope patients who are seeking treatments will be able to enjoy better services,” he told reporters after opening the National Conference of Nuclear Medicine 2019 here today.

Meanwhile, Dr Lee said the Ministry had allocated RM5 billion to build and upgrade hospitals nationwide.

“At present, new hospitals are being built in Pasir Gudang, Johor, and Petra Jaya, Sarawak, at a total cost of RM500 million, and another one in Dungun, Terengganu, costing RM100 million.

“The rest of the allocation will be used to upgrade infrastructures in 12 hospitals nationwide. We are also planning to build a few more hospitals in the next five years,” he said.
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Penang targets 10,073 jobs from foreign investments
Bernama August 01, 2019 23:19 pm +08
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GEORGE TOWN (Aug 1): The Penang State Government is expecting 10,073 jobs to be created through foreign direct investments (FDIs) received within the first quarter of this year (Q1 2019).

Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow said that Penang received RM8.5 billion in FDIs in 1Q 2019 — about 42 percent of Malaysia’s total FDI within the period.

“The FDIs prove that Penang is still a preferred destination for high quality investment,” he said at the unveiling of InvestPenang’s new logo here tonight.

InvestPenang is the Penang State Government’s investment promotion agency, which aims to develop and sustain the State’s economy by enhancing and continuously injecting business activities through foreign and local investments.

Also present were Local and International Trade, Consumer Affairs and Entrepreneurship Development State Exco, Datuk Haji Abdul Halim Hussain, special advisor to the Penang Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Lee Kah Choon, and InvestPenang chief executive officer, Datuk Loo Lee Lian.
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Penang Govt to establish water quality baseline data
Bernama August 16, 2019 01:33 am +08
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GEORGE TOWN (Aug 15): In response to the incident of massive dead fish found in Teluk Bahang waters, the Penang Government has set up a task force to develop a baseline data on the quality of water.

State Exco for Welfare, Caring Society and Environment, Phee Boon Poh said the task force was given 18 months to set up the baseline data, which would be useful for future investigations.

“The baseline data will be commonly used by the Department of Environment (DoE), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), Penang Fisheries Department, or any agencies investigating the quality of water,” he told the reporters, here today.

He also said that the state government would also be forming a common platform on collecting samples, such as timing, water temperature, tide and so on.

Earlier, the death of 50,000 fish at Teluk Bahang waters was believed due to heavy metal contamination, but Phee said that the level of heavy metal was "below the permissible level".

He said fish died due to low dissolved oxygen (DO) found in the water, as test results shown the DO concentration was only four milligrammes (mg) per litre in comparison to normal fresh water rate of 7.56 mg per litre.

“The causes of low DO concentration can vary, such as algae bloom, which is the excessive growth of algae in the environment, contamination of heavy metal and overpopulation of fishes,” he added.

Yesterday, the Penang Fisheries Department in a statement denied allegations that the death of thousands of fish raised in cages in Teluk Bahang waters was caused by poisoning and pollution as claimed on social media recently.
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