PHOTO shows Nur Muhd Haarii bin Hj Adnani receiving a new Apple iPad Air – that he won yesterday during Syarikat Alia Sdn Bhd’s first Indofood monthly draw promotion – from Teng Chiew Leng, Principal of Indo-food (Brunei). Thirty-six other participants of the contest, which is open to almost all Brunei residents, received 10 Harris bicycles, 11 top-load washing machines and 15 hampers as prizes. The promo’s next lucky draw will be held on October 17, while the grand draw on November 23 will feature a Harley Davidson motorcycle as the grand prize in addition to other attractive prizes up for grabs. – PHOTO COURTESY OF INDOFOOD
AN INNOVATIVE and revolutionary method to save energy has turned global attention to Brunei Darussalam as the Sultanate took the first runner-up and second runner-up places in the prestigious Asean Energy Awards under Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EEC) project competition respectively.
The annual awards generally seek sustainable projects that exhibit originality, market-based solutions, environmental benefits and significant socio-economic contributions.
Brunei Darussalam put forward four entries. Two entries in the Renewable Energy (RE) category were joint submissions by the Energy and Industry Department at the Prime Minister’s Office (EIDPMO), Department of Electrical Services (DES), the Brunei National Energy Research Institute (BNERI) and BIT Computer Sdn Bhd and two other entries in the Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EEC) category were submitted by the Ministry of Defence in collaboration with the Energy and Industry Department at the Prime Minister’s Office (EIDPMO).