On 9th July 2015, Warisan Harta Sabah Sdn Bhd (WHSSB) held Majlis Iftar and Solat Sunat Tarawih 2015 at Tun Sakaran Complex Hall, Tabung Haji Hotel. A total of 56 children from Darul Bakti Orphanage were feasted by WHSSB group. During the event, RM 10, 000.00 has been donated to Darul Bakti orphanage.

In conjunction with the holy month of Ramadhan, WHSSB and its group of subsidiaries presented a corporate zakat payments worth RM 1,555,959.00 to Pusat Zakat Sabah (PZS) to fulfil its obligation under the fifth pillar of Islam. The amount presented to PZS has positioned WHSSB (and its group of subsidiaries) as one of the largest zakat contributor among Government Link Company (GLC) in Sabah.

The zakat presentation was witnessed by Datuk Seri Panglima Mohd Salleh Tun Said Keruak, the Speaker of the State Legislative Assembly on behalf of the Chief Minister, YAB Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Hj Aman.





17th June 2015 – Following the Mount Kinabalu earthquake tragedy and recent mudslide incident in Ranau, Warisan Harta Sabah Sdn Bhd (WHSSB) and its group of subsidiaries had reached out to the affected people of Ranau by donating mineral water and food supplies, to lessen the burden of the affected victims.

For this cause, WHSSB and NBE donated a total of 1050 cartons of mineral water to the victim in Ranau. While Angkatan Hebat Sdn Bhd (AHSB) donated a total of 300 cartons of mineral water and Common Tower Technologies Sdn Bhd (CTTSB) donated 100 bags of Rice, 100 cans of Curry Chicken and Sardin, 100 packs of Milo and 100 packs of Maggi Instant Noodles.


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Up to 17 small hydropower schemes in Sabah

Up to 17 small hydropower schemes in Sabah

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Sabah signingKGAL has been appointed to project manage the feasibility and development of a series of small hydropower schemes in the Malaysian state of Sabah, a programme which is expected to last around nine years. It is also allowing the company to play an important part in improving both environmental and socio-economic standards and helping the State of Sabah Government (SSG) to meet their target to achieve “developed” status by 2020.

SSG is focusing on “nation-building”, whilst protecting the people and their environment. Amongst SSG’s most pressing concerns is national energy security and how to ensure continuous supply of energy at affordable prices. In 2004 Malaysia signed up to the Kyoto Protocol and, in 2011, established the Sustainable Energy Development Authority of Malaysia (SEDA Malaysia), adopting a sophisticated system of Feed-in Tariffs and other incentives to help develop its renewable energy resources.

Sabah’s shortfall in generation capacity results in frequent blackouts, but it has huge hydro potential. The client, Warisan Harta Sabah Sdn. Bhd. (WHSSB), the investment arm of the SSG, is committed to drive Sabah’s economic growth in strategic industry sectors including power generation, and to act as a vehicle for wealth distribution to the general population of Sabah.

Working with SSG’s Economic Planning Unit and developer Nova Beta Energy (NBE), WHSSB has identified a number of run-of-river hydropower opportunities (all under 30MW) and feasibility studies are to be carried out on 17 sites with an estimated combined installed capacity of 432MW.

The benefits of developing this project are numerous. It will not only provide a reliable electricity supply to a region with an existing shortfall, but it will also increase local jobs and tourism in the area, improve the region’s infrastructure (transport, water, power) as well as education, health, agriculture, forestry and fisheries ­ not to mention fuelling the local economy by providing an income from exporting the power.

The proposal will adopt the compliance standards of the International Hydropower Association’s (IHA) Sustainability Protocol and all development will follow the principles that the IHA has established as best practice. Consultations with local stakeholders are planned to discuss issues, address concerns and assess expectations in terms of infrastructure, environmental sensitivities and the social impact on local heritage and indigenous communities.

Environmentally sensitive development of these sites will cost around £540m (RM2.9bn). Funding will come from bonds complaint with Islamic finance principles and the bank has indicated that the funds are available.

NBE’s Chief Executive Officer, Enis Arnaut, has appointed us to manage the project and help to develop this opportunity, after investing a considerable amount of time carrying out due diligence, with senior representatives of both NBESB and WHSSB visiting the UK to view our work and meet some of our existing clients.

Executive Director of Nova Beta Energy Sdn Bhd, Enis Arnaut, acknowledged the importance of the project, said “Nova Beta Energy will be dedicated to finding and delivering beneficial opportunities for the people of Sabah wherever we can find them. We have worked hard to find partners who share our outlook for this programme and believe that we have done so with KGAL. We are now looking forward to engaging with the various stakeholders to find the best outcomes for everybody.”

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The Launching of Solar PV Electrification Project

YB Datuk Chairman visit to Sipadan Mangrove Resort, Tawau in conjunction with the launching of Solar PV electrification project by YB Datuk Dr Maximus J Ongkili, Minster of Energy, Water & Green Technology on 5 February 2015.

Cheque Presentation

Presentation of mock cheque to Sabah State Government for the final dividend of RM10,000,000 by Warisan Harta Sabah Sdn Bhd, witnessed by YAB Chief Minister of Sabah at Kuala Lumpur on 28 November 2014.




LTE World Summit 2014

LTE World Summit 2014

23-25 June 2014: LTE World Summit, now 10 years old, brought together 3,500+ attendees, 150+ exhibitors and 300+ speakers, and as the LTE industry continues to evolve, so does LTE World Summit. Reflecting the progressions in the industry, the show took place across 3 days allowing for specific topic focus days and a stronger and more in-depth agenda.

Analysing the key issues that are taking the global LTE market forward, the show attracted all the leading operators, content providers, regulatory players, analysts, industry associations and vendors.

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Topping Up Ceremony

Topping Up Ceremony

Topping Up Ceremony by Pantai Hospitals Group and Jesselton Wellness Sdn Bhd in respect of the hospital building project at Riverson witnessed by YB Datuk Masidi Manjun, Minister of Culture, Tourism and Environment On 8 April 2014.

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A courtesy call

A courtesy call

A courtesy call by YB Datuk Joniston Bangkuai, Chairman of Sabah Tourism Board to YB Datuk haji S Abas S Ali, Chairman of WHSSB, in the presence of CEO, WHSSB on 7 April 2014 at our office.

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Sponsorship Programme at SMK Langkon, Kota Marudu

Sponsorship Programme at SMK Langkon, Kota Marudu

CSR sponsorship programme for the installation of a 9.6kW solar power energy system at SMK Langkon, Kota Marudu pursuant to the request by Sustainable Energy Development Authority (SEDA) amounting to RM90,000.00 only.



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