BANK ISLAM/SADAQAH HOUSE – Sadaqa House is a donation platform operated by Bank Islam which enables funds to be channelled to the needy communities through Bank Islam partners. Click here for more information
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FKE), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, was established in late 1974. Since 1st June 1995, the faculty commences operation at the main campus of the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in Skudai, Johor until today.
The faculty has grown to become one of the centers of academician and electrical engineering experts in Malaysia with 182 academic staff whom are involved in teaching and academic research, and 74 non-academic staff.
Besides teaching and learning activities, the faculty is also active in research and development as well as providing consultancy services in the electrical engineering expertise area to government and non-government agencies.
The faculty has strengths in established area of instrumentation and control engineering, electrical power engineering and energy conversion, telecommunication engineering, electronic engineering and computer engineering. These research and development activities have contributed specifically to UTM and indirectly, have helped in improving Malaysia’s position as an industrial country.
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering in UTM is committed to be a world-class center of excellence and a leader in teaching and learning within the field of electrical engineering.
Previous collaboration with Bank Islam is providing with 4 kW solar systems and infrastructure to Eco-Balai Rawatan Kampung Pucur, Kahang, Kluang Johor
One set of solar system and infrastructure with potential providing 10kW (10,000watt) of electricity
Providing 24-hours electricity from solar source – renewable and free to enhance economy and community empowerment
The faculty is active in research and development as well as providing consultancy services in the electrical engineering expertise area to government and non-government agencies especially renewable energy – solar system.
To supplying the treatment centre with 24-hour electricity solely by electrical solar system
After meetings with Sadaqa House which is a donation platform operated by Bank Islam, Global Sadaqah has partnered with them to raise funds to help provide solar system to the Orang Asli community in Johor State.
This campaign supports partial funding and the partners on the ground will receive all the money raised regardless if it reaches the goal or not.