|By ACN Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 12:34 AM EST||
Singapore, Mar 4, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Fuji Electric Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd., the leading energy technology company, today announced that it has received the 'Best Company for Sustainability Award - Energy Technology (Asia)' from the International Alternative Investment Review (IAIR) for 2014. The award was presented at the official ceremony held in Hong Kong on 28th Feb 2014.
Fuji Electric Asia Pacific emerged as one of the winners from an online survey of over 50,000 readers. Winners were selected through votes submitted by IAIR readers as well as through a selection process administered by the editorial staff based on key criteria such as sustainability and green initiatives among others.
"It is a great honour to receive such a prestigious award alongside other renowned companies," said Hayama Hiromu, president at Fuji Electric Asia Pacific. "This award marks a significant milestone for us as Fuji Electric (parent company of Fuji Electric Asia Pacific) celebrates 90 years of successful business in the field of power, energy, control, automation and environmentally-friendly green energy products."
As climate change and other environmental issues continue to concern businesses, industries and governments around the globe, there is a growing call for power generation business from renewable energy, through innovation in energy technology. Fuji Electric is a leader in the creation of responsible and sustainable energy solutions that benefit society.
During the ceremony, Vivienne Chow, a senior reporter from the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong said, "Fuji Electric has an innovative and eco-friendly approach to energy technology that creates value for customers and society in general. Thanks to its energy saving solutions and forefront life cycle services, Fuji has been able to satisfy markets that demand efficient use, reliable products and quality of energy."
As part of corporate nature, Fuji Electric is constantly working towards realizing a more safe, secure and sustainable society through business. This is evident in their innovative technology which demonstrates the pursuit for energy savings while also enhancing security and safety for commercials, industrials and Infrastructures etc. This is in line with Fuji Electric's commitment and efforts to promote clean energy production.
"As a specialist of energy creation, energy savings and energy management, Fuji Electric will continue to provide products and solutions to meet the needs of customers and society alike," added Hiromu. "The Sustainability Award-Energy Technology serves as a wonderful affirmation of our efforts, and we are extremely grateful for this distinguished recognition."
Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. (TSE:6504) is a world leader in electronics manufacturing and energy technology with 90 years of accumulated technology and experience. Through our pursuit of innovation in electric and thermal energy technology, Fuji Electric develops products that maximize energy efficiency, and lead to a responsible and sustainable society.
About Fuji Electric Asia Pacific
As Fuji Electric's sales and marketing hub in South East Asia, Fuji Electric Asia Pacific mainly focus on industrial infrastructure, industrial automation, building HVAC (HVAC Variable Speed Drives), Power Conditioning System (PCS) for mega solar plant and Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems (UPS) for Data Centre and industrial application in South East Asia, Middle East market. For more information please visit http://www.fujielectric.com/asia.
Source: Fuji Electric Asia Pacific
Fuji Electric Asia Pacific Marketing Communication, Strategic Planning Department Soojin Doh +65 6533 0014 ext.308
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