How do We Start
South East Asia has one of the highest motorcycle ownership in the world, yet the availability of reliable and stable Electric Motorcycle Charging Stations is scarce. Based on our market survey, the majority of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations are focussed on servicing Electric Cars, the supply of Charging Stations for Electric Motorcycles is neglected.
We have 220 Million Motorcycles registered in SEA alone, with an exponential growth in numbers, and a huge interest in Electric Motorcycles. Having a reliable charging station will be very helpful to all of these riders, giving them the convenience of a charging service, and in turn cutting off 0.3 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide per electric motorcycle on the road.
We sincerely believe that our innovation is life changing to both our community and has a positive impact on the environment. Our key advantage is the experience and expertise that we have in power management, power quality control and automation. We have spent half a year developing our product, finalizing every detail, to make sure what we provide is competitive and one of the best EV Charging Stations in the Market. Now we are ready to bring our product to the Market!
Where the Passion Begins
MR KRAY CHONG
Start-up Enterpreneur, Founder of Emergence Innovative Sdn Bhd, Avantgarde Commerce Sdn Bhd, Emergence Sales and Consultantcy.
Associate of HB Group of Company, IFP Group of Company
Work closely with Client from Property Management, Design and Build, Maintenance and Servicing
Awarded Successful People in Malaysia by Britishpedia
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DR RENARD SIEW
Company Advisor | Renown Sustainable and Climate Change Specialist
Renard is Advisor to CENT-GPS where he is responsible for advancing the organisation’s work in the field of climate change and sustainability.
He is the Founder of Accelerating Climate Action and has served as Co-Chair of the Climate Change & Disaster Risk Management Working Committee and UNEP-FI’s Collective Commitment on Climate Action. In 2020, he was appointed an SDG Champion-Climate Action by the World Economic Forum (WEF). He is also part of the WEF Expert Network Group, WEF Global Future Council, a Community Champion for Southeast Asia and a Global Lead for the Global Shapers Climate & Environment Steering Committee. He was accepted into the Forbes Fellowship Programme in 2018 and attended the inaugural UN Climate Action Summit in New York in 2019. Renard is part of the facilitation team at the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership (CISL). He has also lectured and been appointed Advisor for various universities.
Prior to this, he was involved in the implementation of the sustainability agenda for a number of public-listed corporations and was a postdoctoral teaching fellow & researcher at the Centre for Energy and Environmental Markets (CEEM) contributing thought leadership in: sustainability/ integrated reporting, ESG integration, socially responsible investment (across different asset classes: equities, infrastructure and property/real estate), climate change and sustainable construction for the building/infrastructure sector. Renard is a graduate of Cambridge University and UNSW. In 2013, he was selected as one of 15 scholars to attend the PhD Academy at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH). He has published in many international refereed journals. In 2014, he won a Highly Commended Paper award by the Emerald Literati Network and was inducted into the prestigious Global Young Academy as recognition of his research impact.
He was the recipient of the Yayasan Sime Darby Scholarship, Cambridge Bursary Scholarship, ARG Hermes Scholarship, The Equity Initiative (Atlantic Fellows), Brookfield Multiplex Engineering Prize among others. For his work in sustainability, he was named one of Asia’s 21 Young Leaders by Asia Society, a Young Leader by the World Cities Summit, Ten Outstanding Young Malaysians (Environmental Leadership), Top 10 Most Inspiring Green Warriors and was a 2019 Generation Tatler recipient.
Professionally, he has served as a working group member for the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and is a Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure (SuRe) Stakeholder Council member.