Murum dam on schedule, expected to begin producing power in Sept


The upstream behind the Murum HEP dam wall from the dam's head of 526m above sea level. Water level here was at 462.26m above sea level. The dam would be able to operate once the water reaches minimum level of 515m above sea level which would take about a year from now.

KUCHING: The 944MW Murum hydroelectric dam in the upper Rajang basin is expected to begin producing power for energy-intensive industries in early September.

Installation of the turbines is currently underway and the wet commissioning of the first unit of the four turbines has been set on Aug 1.

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