KOTA KINABALU: Norway is keen to work with Sabah on renewable energy production, says Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor.
The Chief Minister stated this was conveyed to him by Norway’s Ambassador to Malaysia Morten Paulsen, who knowledgeable Hajiji that his nation was ready to discover the event of renewable energy as a part of the state’s green initiatives.
On its half, Sabah was keen to faucet into the experience of the Norwegians in creating green energy within the state, Hajiji added.
“We welcome the curiosity proven by Norway in Sabah’s renewable energy production sector.
“Norway is well-known for its functionality in renewable energy production utilizing state-of-the-art know-how,” he stated after a gathering with Paulsen at Menara Kinabalu right here on Wednesday (Jan 19).
Paulsen, who was right here to attend the two-day Sabah International Business and Economic Summit (Sibes) that attracted some 400 contributors together with international ambassadors, native and international traders on Monday and Tuesday.
Participants from 21 international locations together with South Korea, New Zealand, Sweden, Indonesia, Russia, Italy, Spain and Switzerland attended the summit themed “Unlocking Sabah’s Potential, Unleashing Business Opportunities”.
Earlier, Italian Ambassador to Malaysia Massimo Rustico stated he would promote Sabah to potential entrepreneurs and traders from his nation.
He hailed Sabah for its funding potential and stated it was an excellent time for Italian companies to discover avenues within the state.
“I’m excited in regards to the involvement of the state authorities, particularly in attracting froegn investments. We will promote the state to traders from Italy,” Rustico stated after paying a courtesy name on the Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin.