The Malaysian government has developed a new ministry named the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA). Talking to FutureGov, Senior Under Secretary for the Green Technology Sector, Mohd Rosli bin Haji Abdullah, stated one of their key goals was to provide a "conducive environment" supporting the development of green technology through both monetary and physical means, and raising awareness of green technology.
When referring to green technology, KeTTHA mainly classifies energy, building, water, waste and transporation as the key sectors for broad technology advancement, rather than "information" technology. However with the boundaries blurring between information technology and general green technology, it's has an increasingly core role in running buildings. KeTTHA note they are implementing green procurement policies for government agencies. Also all new government buildings are to have green technological innovation. Some of these innovations include low energy lighting efficiencies and water walls run by solar panels to provide natural internal building cooling.
Watch the overview from FutureGov:
Further information: KeTTHA (Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water)