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Meaning of the SEDA's Logo


  • The larger circle denotes the sun which is the largest source of renewable energy.
  • The smaller circle denotes the earth. SEDA is reminded that efforts on the sustainable use of energy have an impact that goes beyond the boundaries of the country; these efforts impact the entire planet.
  • A circle has no end; this represents the unending efforts of SEDA to sustain energy development in the country.


  • Sources of renewable energy includes organic plant primarily from palm oil and any other energy crops.
  • The leaf is a metaphoric representation of being organic. SEDA is expected to grow in wisdom and in strength with time.


Silver has 2 properties: it either shines with care or tarnishes with neglect. Silver as a colour has a double- prong message for SEDA:

  • If the sustainable energy initiatives are carried out with care then Malaysia will be exemplary in her efforts to promote the development of sustainable energy in the country. On the other hand an uncommitted effort will tarnish a country’s image.
  • SEDA is reminded that as an organization her reputation can either shine or tarnish depending on the concerted efforts of her members and employees and the way each of them carries him/herself.


  • Blue denotes water which is another source of renewable energy.
  • Blue also denotes credibility trust loyalty and importantly authority.


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