Ride the Future

Eclimo Sdn Bhd is a 100% Malaysian-owned EV company, founded in June 2008 to champion our nation’s contributions towards sustainable energy, and unveiling the wonder of the exciting global revolution of electric vehicles.

Initially embarking on green technology research and development, Eclimo soon focused its efforts on productization of sustainable energy, building its way towards manufacturing electric motorcycles (ES11 and EB25) and Lithium Ion battery packs (Eclimo Power) and modules.

Built on a solid foundation of engineering expertise and proprietary technology, Eclimo holds in its name, patents for non spot-welding battery pack technology and its direct-drive electric motor, both of which have been successfully commercialized.

Eclimo’s Headquarters, which houses its Research and Development, and Manufacturing Facilities,  is located on Penang island’s Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone.

Eclimo’s Corporate & Business Centre is in Tanjung Tokong, Penang, Malaysia.

Eclimo’s Key Personnel

Dato’ Dennis Chuah
Executive Director

DATO’ DENNIS CHUAH founded Eclimo Sdn Bhd, a homegrown electric vehicle company to promote green technology with the vision of zero-emission transportation.

In 1996, he founded Zapstat Sdn Bhd, a pioneer manufacturer of electronic antistatic packaging materials, developing flexible aluminum foils for making Lithium polymer cells.The revolutionary foils were used by Dyna Plastic Sdn Bhd to produce their Lithium polymer cells.

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Liew Chung Peng
Managing Director

LIEW is a mechanical engineer who has acquired invaluable R&D experience in Japan.

With a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Universiti Malaya in 1992, performed R&D in magnetic materials and designed power supply for various equipment in Tokyo.

After further gaining experience in the manufacture of reliable components for the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NaSDA), Liew returned to Malaysia as engineering manager and set up the R&D Department to localize the design and material research processes.

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