News • Mar 09, 2015 08:50 +08
Utilising its robotics expertise, Panasonic is joining Thailand's national robotics project to further develop the use and advance medical robot technology.
Blog posts • Mar 06, 2015 10:43 +08
Developers in Malaysia are exhibiting further commitment to environmental preservation with more green-building developments. These joint ventures highlight continued efforts towards environmental sustainability in the country.
News • Mar 05, 2015 14:32 +08
Clean water is an essential part of everyday life. Statistics show however Indonesia has one of the lowest electrification rates. Understanding this, Panasonic launched for the first time a new line up of 75-watt pumps to address energy consumption restrictions.
Blog posts • Mar 04, 2015 10:10 +08
With an abundance of land and the determination to lead the way towards a sustainable future, Malaysia is poised to become the hub of green-building growth in Asia with developments like Iskandar Malaysia underway.
Blog posts • Feb 27, 2015 12:00 +08
As digital technologies get more and more integrated into our way of life, these smart cities offer a glimpse into the future of sustainable living.
Press Releases • Feb 27, 2015 09:16 +08
Panasonic, in cooperation with the Institute of Business and Economic Democracy Foundation (IBEKA) and Kopernik, donates 1,020 solar lanterns to those living in areas with limited electricity in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) province – Sumba island and North Central Timor (TTU) district. Today’s donation marks the second of such efforts.
Blog posts • Feb 26, 2015 08:00 +08
Bamboo is highly regarded as a reliable, renewable and versatile building material in many tropical regions. The plant is one of the world's oldest natural building materials and serves as an important resource for sustainable building in today's eco-conscious world. Panasonic explores ways on bamboo usage as a renewable building resource.
News • Feb 25, 2015 13:00 +08
Rising energy demand has placed greater emphasis on resource conservation and efficient resource allocation. To cater the growing demand, Panasonic has launched Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning System Engineering Malaysia (PAPASEMY) to enhance its energy management presence in the business-to-business sector.
News • Feb 24, 2015 12:27 +08
As part of its efforts of the "100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project" in 2014, Panasonic donated 2,376 solar lanterns (BG-BL03) to the Philippines in mid-February 2015.
Press Releases • Feb 20, 2015 12:55 +08
Press Releases • Feb 13, 2015 14:59 +08
Blog posts • Feb 12, 2015 15:00 +08
As countries are better able to make use of technology to support sustainable building, remarkable strides are being made in green technology, giving us a glimpse of what's to come.
Blog posts • Feb 09, 2015 12:26 +08
Homeowners and building developers can save on their energy bills by employing passive cooling strategies in their designs. At the same time, they are helping the country become greener.
Blog posts • Feb 02, 2015 11:21 +08
In recent years, Asia has seen much advancement in eco-friendly and sustainable building technologies, from establishing government regulations to support green building, to the development of entire smart cities. Here's a top down look at how green building technologies have developed in Asia over the last decade.
Blog posts • Jan 30, 2015 16:00 +08
A recent Trip Advisor survey cited by the International Ecotourism Club found that 79 percent of travellers feel it's important that "accommodation providers have eco-friendly practices." Explore how Indonesia is showing the way forward with a few noteworthy eco-friendly resorts.
News • Jan 30, 2015 12:54 +08
Panasonic, in collaboration with J-League, Indonesia Super League (ISL), and Waku Waku Japan, sponsored the 'Panasonic Cup 2015,' a friendly match between Panasonic sponsored J-league football team, GAMBA Osaka and Indonesia league team PERSIJA Jakarta, in order to commemorate the 1st Anniversary of the collaboration between the two football leagues.
News • Jan 29, 2015 10:05 +08
In Singapore, 60 tonnes of electronic waste, or e-waste, are generated per year, half contributed by households and the other half from industrial and commercial sectors.