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Mensiln Green Energy Sdn Bhd (MGE) formerly known as Kejuruteraan Yuhana Sdn Bhd, was incorporated in 1984 under the enterprising vision to venture in Energy Efficiency projects development, specializing in active and passive energy conservation measures for commercial & industrial buildings and facilities. MGE collaboration with local sovereign wealth fund enables itself to develop and finance Energy Efficiency projects without any cost to the building’s or facility’s owner. This is made possible through the adoption of Energy Performance Contracting module that is internationally recognized and accepted.
                Working together with the other sister companies under the umbrella of Mensilin Group (Mensilin), MGE has established itself in the Energy Efficiency space in Malaysia and expanded its business activities into Renewable Energy space with focus on Waste to Energy Projects. The business network spans into countries such as Germany, Scandinavia, Wales, Sri Lanka, Indonesia (Aceh, Riau, Java/Bali), South Africa and many others.This global footprint augurs well for internalization of the business ventures.
                Currently, apart from Energy Efficiency projects, MGE is actively developing Waste to Energy projects on various local dumpsites and landfills to improve today’s MSW management practice by sorting of waste centrally and in a more efficient way while at the same time - creating downstream products and resources with high value potential. The vision is to create an industrial complex around the waste management centre that is economically self-sustained from the feedstock produced from the waste management centre.

Core Business

MGE provides consultation to Syngas Sdn Bhd on their Machines R&D.

Kurinka is a technology from Japan currently implemented in Melaka that uses waste residual from coal power plant to produce road pavement that absorb water at the sametime able to prevent flood.


Provide Consultation to Companies regarding their energy consumptions.

Involves installation of new biomass system energy generationg system that produces renewable thermak energy. The project will utilize biomass fuel for steam generation.


Kurinka pilot project launching ceremony in Taman Bandaraya Bukit Serindit, Melaka with Majlis Bandaraya Melaka Bersejarah, Japanese technology provider, Malakoff and local contractors


Kurika, Shinichi Vice President, Kurika (Former Environment Greening Preservation Consultant, Munakata City, Fukuoka Prefecture) uses coal ash (clinker ash) and develops overseas market of environment creation type multifunctional pavement "Kurinka Road Construction Method Pave" that permeates rainwater and retains it in full-scale. As a first step, we will sign a licensing agreement with a local partner in Malaysia next spring to promote technology transfer and popularize the kurinka road in the country. In addition to recycling coal ash discharged from coal-fired power plants, attention is being paid to the heat island suppression effect by the heat of evaporation of water retention, so "vice president Shinichi who is willing to increase its destination in Malaysia".

  1. What is Kurinka Road? - Focusing on the high water absorption of coal ash, we have developed a construction method composed of coal ash that has been landfilled as industrial waste, raw material and cement, a layer that permeates rainwater and a layer that keeps water." We are pushing for environmental paving
  2. Is the pave breathing? - The surface layer permeates the rainwater and guides it to the water retentive layer, where it accumulates rainwater, but since the water retention amount is 50% of the water retentive layer volume, it absorbs rainwater in an instant and keeps it in a large amount. On the other hand, the rainwater saved when clear weather is evaporated, the surface temperature drops due to heat of vaporization and suppresses the heat island phenomenon. In Japan, it is widely constructed as a promenade such as a park, a square, a median strip and etc. In the area (Kyushu) the construction area reached 100,000 square meters, and coal ash recycling amount reached 6000 tons
  3. Respiratory function is drawing attention even from overseas - For Southeast Asia with tropical monsoon climate that is hot and humid, the overwhelming water retention capacity of Kurinka Road should be attractive. For this reason, we are promoting technology transfer projects in Malaysia with Kyushu Environment and Energy Industry Promotion Organization (K - RIP). In Malaysia, on July 9-15, at a general athletic park managed by the city of Melaka, we conducted a pilot project (trial construction) to create an environmentally friendly pavement. The mayor and the secretary general of number 2 attended the tour, and I knew the height of interest again. 
  4. The reason is: - In Malaysia, the dependence on electricity for coal-fired power generation is as high as 50%, coal ash to be discharged has been disposed of by reclamation at a cost, which can be recycled and used as valuable resources. We have plans to spread from Malacca to Malaysia and even to Southeast Asia and we hope that the Kurinka Road will play a part. 

Local production for local consumption model

  • FUTURE DEVELOPMENT - After an observation period of about 6 months, we will judge whether the Environment Department (DOE) officially accepts as business. After experiencing construction with local materials and personnel through this project, after the approval of commercial license from DOE, local partner Mensilin Green Energy Sdn Bhd who made a memorandum of understanding on the technology transfer of Crushed Road and next year 3 ~ 5 license agreement concluded monthly. I would like to build a business model of "local production of land disappearance" that can be completed locally from procurement of coal ash to construction. In addition to making effective use of coal ash, it can also foster recycling industry and create jobs if realized. 
  • CURRENT STATUS OF OTHER COUNTRIES - In Mongolia, after finishing the commercialization survey in Ulaanbaatar city, we found that coal ash generated in the country can be used, now we are waiting for negotiations on the premise of a license agreement, we also started negotiations in Vietnam and Taiwan. We will seek opportunities to advance into China, Indonesia, Thailand, etc. that could be the market for Kurika Road. "(Matsuoka Takeo).

Shinichi Tokubi, Shinichi Graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Kitakyushu City University. 1992 Joined Hitachi. After being an IT venture company, 2012 environmental conservation consultant (now Kurika). 13 years Director, 15 years Managing Director, current position from May 17th. 48 years old from Fukuoka prefecture.

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