SEB plans to sell power to Brunei and Sabah

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  • Monday, 29 Jan 2018

Power grid: Sarawak-owned SEB’s capacity is projected to increase to 5,449MW by 2020.

KUCHING: Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB), which is increasing the export of electricity to west Kalimantan, Indonesia, is expected to next sell power to Brunei and Sabah under the trans-Borneo power grid project.

Chief executive officer Sharbini Suhaili said SEB was working on power exchange agreements with Brunei and Sabah to pave the way for the export of electricity.

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