Fabulous Sunview Partners With EK Hitec Corporation To Provide Green Roof Solutions In Malaysia

Fabulous Sunview Partners With EK Hitec Corporation To Provide Green Roof Solutions In Malaysia

Fabulous Sunview, a solar service provider, has entered into a strategic partnership with EK Hitec Corporation in order to offer a complete green roof solution for industrial roofing. This includes the fertiliser, chemical, and glove industries.


Fabulous Sunview stated that the collaboration was part of its entry into the integrated green energy market for Malaysia. It focuses on turnkey engineering, procurement and construction solutions along with commissioning services.


The alliance brings together the best-in-class roofing and the photovoltaic solar solution system.


Fabulous Sunview stated that the agreement will increase its product offerings and market access, allowing both companies to offer convenient and worry-free options in the market.

The green roof solution offers significant benefits. It can be used on rooftops of buildings and will increase their lifespan.

Ong Hang Ping, chief executive officer of Fabulous Sunview, said that the integrated green solution was a great way to adopt industrial roof systems and is a perfect match for the company’s solar system.

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It can provide a higher return on investment than traditional roofing systems and also save you money over the long term.

He said, “We are confident that joining forces with industry leaders will put us in an excellent position to be [among] industry’s top innovators by providing one-stop clean electricity solutions in Malaysia.”

Ong stated that the company is committed to boosting the renewable energy sector to help more businesses achieve sustainability through green innovation.

He stated that Fabulous Sunview is not only active in the solar energy industry but also has the knowledge and expertise to diversify its energy mix, as Malaysia aims to install 18,000MW of renewable energy capacity by 2035.

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