Renewable energy grid project to benefit villagers


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  • Saturday, 02 Mar 2019

Prithipal (squatting) at the ground-breaking ceremony for the first renewable energy grid project in Penampang.

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s first renewable energy grid project has taken off through an agreement between Sabah Shell Petroleum Company Ltd and NGOs Tonibung and Pacos Trust.

The grid features a new micro hydro turbine to be placed in the Kobulu river to generate an expected, additional 20kW of electricity for the benefit of the inhabitants of two villages, Buayan and Tiku in Penampang.

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