Sarawak corridor attracts RM79.3bil in investments


Hydro-electric power: Sarawak Energy also owns Murum dam which cost RM4.8bil to build and produces 944MW.

KUCHING: Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (Score), which is now into its phase two development, has attracted about RM79.3bil investments from both the private and public sectors.

Score, one of Malaysia’s five economic corridors, marks its 10th anniversay this year.

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