Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) was formulated as part of Malaysia's National Transformation Programme. Its goal is to elevate the country to developed-nation status by 2020, targeting GNI per capita of US$15,000. This will be achieved by attracting US$444 billion in investments which will, in turn, create 3.3 million new jobs. The ETP is driven by two components. Under ETP 12 National Key Economic Areas (NKEAs), have been identified representing sectors where growth will be focused on. Each NKEA comprises Entry Point Projects (EPPs), which explore new growth areas, and Business Opportunities (BOs), which enable the sectors to move further up the value chain. A total of 152 EPPs have been identified, of which 149 have been announced. Under NKEA-Oil, gas and Energy, EPP (Entry Point Project) 9 is focused on improving energy efficiency. The document describes EPP 9 projects energy efficiency covering buildings, appliances, government facilities and transport (promotion of hybrid cars).