Tag / Malaysia
Blog posts • Feb 02, 2017 12:18 +08
Press releases • Jun 28, 2016 14:00 +08
The unveiling of the 272 Cheria Residences semi-detached homes at Tropicana Aman marked both companies’ first strategic collaboration in Malaysia. PanaHome Malaysia, housing subsidiary of Panasonic will provide Japan-quality technologies from construction development to fitting homes with smart systems and applications.
Press releases • Jan 26, 2016 16:31 +08
In collaboration with the Ministry of Education (Malaysia), Panasonic donates a total of 16,000 picture books to more than 7,700 primary schools in Malaysia under the HEARTHEART Project. The project is part of a global initiative by Nonprofit Organization XYZ (cross wise) to convey gratitude for the support and assistance rendered during the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.
News • Jul 15, 2015 12:22 +08
On 7 July 2015, Panasonic Malaysia introduced the Panasonic Cooking Studio, equipped with the company’s full range of kitchen appliances to enhance customers’ food preparation and cooking process.
Blog posts • Jun 17, 2015 16:53 +08
Haze caused by fires knows no boundaries. It’s often carried from distant burn-offs into the hearts of cities across Asia. While it will take a united effort to tackle pollution and deforestation, there are still things you can do to improve the air quality in your home.
Blog posts • Jun 03, 2015 18:00 +08
Even as green building technologies emerge and evolve today, there are still some innovative designs that have been around for a long time, but adopted on a smaller scale. The Binishell is one such example.
Blog posts • May 22, 2015 08:00 +08
One of the main reasons why home builders don't embrace sustainable design is because of the extra costs involved. However, while the initial cost of a sustainable home may be higher, if you look at this as an investment in future savings, the picture changes. In the long run, a sustainable home is a more economical home.
Blog posts • May 15, 2015 13:31 +08
'Green building' and 'sustainability' are terms we hear frequently. Are the two terms synonymous or are there differences between them? How can an existing building be made more sustainable? What are developers doing to make their projects greener and more sustainable?
Blog posts • May 12, 2015 12:50 +08
The devastating floods in Malaysia in 2014 highlighted the importance of taking measures to ensure that home are flood-safe. Here, we examine some effective ways to flood-proof existing homes as well as other methods for flood-proofing future developments.
Blog posts • Apr 29, 2015 17:04 +08
Bustling Kuala Lumpur is often touted as Malaysia's hottest property investment area, but developers are looking further within the country to find other investment opportunities. Here are three of Malaysia's property hotspots outside of KL. [Image Source: Flickr]
Blog posts • Apr 13, 2015 08:30 +08
The solar panel industry has seen significant growth worldwide over the last decade. Southeast Asia, particularly Malaysia, is becoming a major player in this area of manufacturing.
Blog posts • Apr 02, 2015 10:24 +08
Advancements in technology have enabled the development of lighting as an automated function within a room or home to adjust to prevailing conditions, hence improving energy efficiency. Here's a look at how smart lighting could benefit living spaces.
Blog posts • Mar 18, 2015 15:00 +08
Eco-friendly home modifications are good for the environment, but that's not the only reason they're worth investing in. Here's a look at how having eco-friendly features in your home can make your life more comfortable and save you money.
Blog posts • Mar 16, 2015 12:13 +08
It is estimated that urban environments account for a large percentage of greenhouse-gas emissions. As such, governments are beginning to realise that efforts to reduce a country's carbon footprint should start in its rapidly growing cities.
Blog posts • Mar 13, 2015 08:00 +08
Luxury coupled with sustainability are the hallmarks of office developments in Malaysia today. The trend began with modestly sized government office buildings, but newer commercial high-rise developments are now taking centre stage.
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.