At FHE we are continuously looking for better way to do the things we do. We believe in constant innovation and improvement as it has been proven this is the only way to sty ahead of the game. With this in mind and the willingness to take bold steps with clear goals but without a definite outcome, enables us to develop as we progress. This division of FHE continuously assists the group in the development of better methodologies, technologies and such for the betterment of our business.
As a principle, all our research is pivotal on making our product more efficient economically, socially and environmentally with the primary objective of meeting our clients demand more effectively. Further these developments are able to elevate Malaysia's Biofuel agenda and image. This division began with proving the effective business model model of local used cooking oil collection and conversion into Biodiesel - a renewable and environmentally compliant substitute of conventional diesel, in communities in Malaysia. Our findings prove that when, used cooking oil collection service is integrated with Biodiesel generation we are able to create a winning business model that is independent of government subsidies.
We are currently working closely with universities locally and internationally alike to develop a sustainable generation II feedstock for Biodiesel production. the solution we are developing has the potential of absorbing harmful carbon dioxide from the environmental and converting that into organic oil, with the penetration of sunlight. Pilot projects have been conducted on small scales and promising results have been ascertain from these projects. Without the help of some of the top Malaysian universities we would not e been able to come this far with this project.
University Malaya (UM)
Our close partnership with Professor Dr. Phang Siew Moi of University Malaya one of Malaysia's pioneer researcher in the field of second generation Biofuel feedstock has propelled us into the forefront of Biofuel research and development. With over 30 years of experience in this specialized field of alternative fuel, we are confident the projects pioneered jointly in Malaysia will be a success.
University Science Malaysia (USM)
We have also collaborated with Assoc Prof Dr. Misni Surif of University Science Malaysia for the cultivation of a marine based crop for the generation of alternative Biofuel feedstock. We have only began the cultivation object and will be constantly updating the public on our development through info centre on our website. With his experience in the specific field of marine based livestock cultivation, we are looking forward to the identification of a specific strain for the maximization Biofuel generation.
Delhi University India (DU)
Further one of our valuable acquaintance is also Professor Dr. Dinabandhu Sahoo—Secretary, Indian Phycological Society Marine Biotechnology Laboratory—Delhi University India. With his interest ares being in carbon sequestration by algae, biodiesel production from algae, marine biotechnology and marine environment, application of science & technology for societal benefit our partnership augers well for capacity building in this specialized field. His assistance and guidance will assist with the successful development of sustainable feedstock cultivation in Malaysia. We are in a technology and knowledge transfer agreement with the priority of developing high valued products derived from the marine environment and with the link to Biofuel production.
As mentioned above, we are anxious for the successful implementation of these projects and we appeal and invite private sector involvement in this sector. We are constantly on the look out for partners and synergistic collaborator to achieve the eventual goal collectively faster.
Time has proven that with meticulous attention to details we are able to develop products and projects in the forefront of the Biofuel industry. For more information of our project please talk to us.