Fully Funded Solar PV System

At ERS, we pride ourselves in delivering the latest technological advancements and knowledge in the field of Efficient and Renewable Energy, which are the foundation for sustainable living. We believe that our efforts have a direct impact on the sustainability of the environment and to the preservation of our lifestyle.

Therefore, ERS Energy has embarked on an outreach to the communities at large, where we fully fund solar PV systems! Speak to us to find out more

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Criteria for Community

Institutions of Public Education Level – Schools (including private non-profit schools)

Places of Worship – Mosque, Churches, Temples (Registered religious Authority/Local Authority approval)

Care Centres – Orphanages, nursing homes and old folks home.

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Listed below are the supporting documents required; please be reminded that they would need to be certified true copies (only 1 set is applicable for each community category). All supporting documents MUST be certified by the company’s appointed secretary, Commissioners for Oaths/ Notaries Public or Pegawai Kerajaan Kumpulan A.

Educational InstitutionThe certificate of registration of the educational institution issued by the Ministry of Education; or in the case of religious schools, the certificate of registration of the religious school issued by the relevant religious authority.

Place of WorshipThe certificate of registration of the place of worship issued by the relevant religious authority; or the certificate of registration of the society in charge of the place of worship issued by the Registrar of Societies and a letter from the relevant local authority confirming that the place of worship has duly obtained a certificate of completion and compliance or certificate of fitness or other applicable approval.

Care CentreThe certificate of registration of the care centre issued by the Social Welfare Department    of   Malaysia   or   the   relevant religious authority.



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