3rd December 2014

Cyclect Energy Pte Ltd (‘CYCLECT’), has signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) with PT. Berkat Manunggal Jaya (‘BMJ’) on a global collaboration for packaged power generating sets (‘genset’) and heat recovery solutions, witnessed by Minister of State Mr. Teo Ser Luck. This MOU marks a milestone in Cyclect’s heat recovery solution development by collaborating directly with an engine manufacturer and OEM. This collaboration will develop more efficient cogeneration and heat recovery products and packaged genset solutions. The products and solutions, together with the strong servicing and maintenance support structure from both companies will allow for a greater global market reach.

Cyclect's Directors Melvin & Marcus Tan, Singapore Minister of State Mr. Teo Ser Luck, and BMJ's Mr. Agus & Mr. Jen Jen

(Cyclect’s Directors Melvin & Marcus Tan, Singapore Minister of State Mr. Teo Ser Luck, and BMJ’s Mr. Agus & Mr. Jen Jen)

Over 1.2 billion people or 20% of the world’s population still do not have access to electricity, with 51% of these people in developing Asia. This collaboration aims to bring more affordable power to the world through increased efficiency in energy usage.

Mr. Teo Ser Luck said “Indonesia continues to be a key economic partner for Singapore. Its promising long term growth prospects, large market size, young labour force, and rising affluence of the middle class make Indonesia an attractive investment destination. Through this business mission, I hope more Singapore SMEs will seize these growth opportunities to build on existing ties and forge new partnerships with Indonesian businesses. We also look forward to working closely with the new Indonesian Administration to strength our economic engagement in mutually beneficial areas.”

BMJ’s Genset OEM manufacturing facility in Semarang, Indonesia.

Cyclect is a specialist developer of cogeneration and trigeneration plants, and a solutions provider for waste heat recovery solutions, energy efficiency and renewable energy implementations. Cyclect packages solutions to convert waste heat into other resources, such as cooling, heating, distilled water and electricity.

BMJ is a one of Indonesia’s leading companies with years of experience in the power business. Established in 1987, BMJ is a major player in Indonesia’s Independent Power Plant (IPP) and power generation market, and has achieved over 1000% growth between 1995 and 2000, leading to the company being awarded the ‘MGS Top Sales World Wide’ Award from Mitsubushi Heavy Industries (MHI) Japan for the genset packages in Indonesia.

 
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