Posted: Tuesday 24th May 2011

i2O Water has signed a partnership agreement with Jalur Cahaya Sdn Bhd, the Malaysian non-revenue water (NRW) specialist company.

Jalur Cahaya will now be responsible for the marketing and distribution across Malaysia of i2O Water’s cutting-edge technology to reduce water leakage.

The official signing ceremony took place on March 15 (2011) at the Asia Pacific Regional Water Conference (APRWC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The international conference focuses on seeking long-term solutions to increase the global supply of clean and safe drinking water in the Asia-Pacific region.

Datuk Seri Peter Chin Fah Kui, Malaysia’s Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister, attended the ceremony, while i2O Water was represented by CEO Adam Kingdon and Jalur Cahaya by Managing Director Sheikh Mazlan Sheikh Hassan.

The Minister also visited the i2O Water stand, where Asia-Pacific Managing Director Gary Wyeth gave a presentation on how i2O’s systems for monitoring and controlling water networks to reduce leakage and bursts are already saving impressive amounts of water in Malaysia.

“We are delighted to be working so closely with Jalur Cahaya,” said Adam Kingdon. “They have a very high level of technical expertise and a great track record of successfully implementing NRW reduction projects in Malaysia.”

i2O Water is based at the University of Southampton Science Park in Southampton and employs 35 people.

i2O Water’s technology is being used across the UK and many other countries. Systems have been installed in Spain, Italy, Mexico, South Africa, the Philippines and Malaysia.

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