- Grants for the Christmas
elerGreen wins minor business grants from Malaysian government
December 2, 2020
elerGreen has been awarded Special Welfare Grant (or GKP, Geran Khas Prihatin) by the Inland Revenue Board (or LHDN, Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri) as part of stimulus package by Malaysian government in light of the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic.
On the other hand, elerGreen has also benefited from similar stimulus and aids packages from Canadian government to keep up with operation under such pandemic unprecedented since the 2018 Spanish Flu.
While the grant amount is small, it is considered an unexpected gift just in time for the Christmas season. It would also come in handy considering elerGreen’s ongoing endeavour with the PCT Patent prosecution. elerGreen would strive to continue making a difference to the world while fostering economic growth by its projects and operations.
Finally, elerGreen wishes everyone Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
- PCT Patent Publication
PCT Patent of elerGreen is now available for view at WIPO
September 17, 2019
After having passed patent examination, PCT Patent titled “Electrochemical Production of Polymers”, PCT/MY2020/050012, has been published at World Intellectual Property Organization:
The 200-pages long PCT Patent covers a broad topics of the novel electrochemical polymer production technology.
- CXC Toronto Showcase
Inventions and international collaborations showcased at Canadian Export Challenge hosted by Startup Canada.
October 23, 2019
elerGreen has been accepted to showcase its novel electrochemical polymer production technology, and its ongoing international collaboration, on Canadian Export Challenge, hosted by Startup Canada.
The Canadian Export Challenge takes place with great success at MarS Discovery District, 101 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1L7. Startups including elerGreen exchanged news and experiences of Canadian companies on exporting and establishing operations abroad.
elerGreen’s representative, Hui Huang Hoe, has also been presented with the Global Entrepreneur Certification for participation in the showcase.
- PROSPECT-UTM Collaboration
elerGreen and UTM establishes collaboration for research project, including pilot plant operation
July 9, 2019
The Process Systems Engineering Centre (PROSPECT) of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, led by Prof. Ir. Dr. Sharifah Rafidah Datu Wan Alwi has entered into research collaboration with elerGreen.
While the proposed collaboration involves many different aspects of elerGreen’s projects, it is geared towards research project centered around establishing pilot plant.
The collaboration is expected to involve exchange of information and personnel, where publication coverage on subsequent achievements would ensue.
- SDZ-Ryerson Incubation
Business partnership and research collaboration expected to mutually benefit Science Discovery Zone, Ryerson and elerGreen
April 25, 2019
Effective May 1, 2019, elerGreen would formally be a member startup incubated by Science Discovery Zone (SDZ) of Ryerson University.
The SDZ profile of elerGreen can be found as follows:
elerGreen would bring in its proprietary technology of electrochemical polymer production and in-house expertise of business and research, while SDZ and Ryerson would bring in their guidance on building startup and research facilities respectively. The collaboration is expected to result in mutual benefits that would flourish all parties involved where further development would receive reciprocal publication coverage.
elerGreen, SDz and Ryerson also plans to further expand collaboration with Malaysian companies and universities, especially for a research project of pilot plant funded by Malaysian government.
- elerGreen listed in STAR
Malaysian scholars can now serve bonds by working with elerGreen
April 10, 2019
The Malaysian counterpart of elerGreen, specifically elerGreen Industry Sdn. Bhd. has been formally approved by Talent Corp to participate in the Scholarship Talent Attraction and Retention (STAR) initiative, an initiative that allows Malaysian JPA/PSD scholars to serve their government bond in the private sector by working with the participating company.