JLand Group Signs MOU With Mitsui To Develop Captive Solar Farm In Sedenak Tech Park

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Johor Corporation (JCorp) through its wholly owned subsidiary JLand Group Sdn Bhd (JLG) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to jointly explore prospective business opportunities and strategic project developments in Ibrahim Technopolis (IBTEC) including Sedenak Tech Park (STeP), over the next two to three years.


Under this strategic collaboration, STeP, the flagship 700-acre data centre hub, is poised to attract the global hyperscale data centres, not only by offering future availability of RE but also with comprehensive supporting packages including competitive green project financing from the market. This will provide excellent opportunities for regional customers seeking green data centres to meet their needs.

JLand Group was represented by YBhg Datuk Sr Akmal Ahmad, Director, Real Estate & Infrastructure Division, JCorp / Deputy Chairman, JLand Group, whereas Mitsui & Co. (Malaysia) by its General Manager, Infrastructure & Energy Division, Mr Shinichiro Kobayashi.

Held at Menara KOMTAR JBCC, the signing ceremony was witnessed by YAB Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi, Menteri Besar Johor, Mr Atsushi Karimata, Minister / Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Japan, YB Tuan Lee Ting Han, Chairman, Investment, Trade & Consumer Affairs Committee of Johor, YBhg Datuk Syed Mohamed Ibrahim, President & Chief Executive, JCorp / Chairman of JLand Group and Mr Daiji Kojima, Managing Director, Mitsui & Co. (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.

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The collaboration will also involve other industry partners as co-developers, who will contribute sector expertise and knowledge transfer throughout the project investment, design, development, and maintenance phases.

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