Green Energy for a Brighter Future

IHH Malaysia Uses Renewable Energy 29 April 2024 

By 2025, all IHH Healthcare Malaysia hospitals will transition to solar power as part of our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint.

Solar panels are already installed in eight of our 17 hospitals, making IHH Malaysia a leader in sustainability and renewable energy in private healthcare.

At the launch event on 29 April, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy Transition and Water Transformation (PETRA), YAB Dato' Sri Haji Fadillah bin Haji Yusof, acknowledged IHH Malaysia’s comprehensive renewable energy initiative “as an inspiring model for other sectors to emulate.”

IHH Chairman Tan Sri Mohammed Azlan bin Hashim and IHH Malaysia CEO Jean-François Naa were also in attendance.

Jean-François Naa, Chief Executive Officer of IHH Healthcare Malaysia said, “As one of the largest healthcare providers in the country, we acknowledge that energy consumption is our largest source of direct greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for over 75% of our carbon footprint. With the installation of solar panels across our network of hospitals encompassing Gleneagles Hospitals, Pantai Hospitals, Prince Court Medical Centre and Timberland Medical Centre, we are able to transition to renewable energy and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. This is all part of our broader commitment to Care. For Good. – by providing quality care and service to our patients while also contributing towards environmental conservation.”

With Pantai Hospital Laguna Merbok, Gleneagles Hospital Penang, Pantai Hospital Klang, Pantai Hospital Cheras, Prince Court Medical Centre, Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Pantai Hospital Ampang, and Pantai Hospital Batu Pahat already harnessing solar power, we are one step closer towards achieving Net-Zero carbon emissions by 2050.