Sarawak unlikely to export power to the peninsula


By YU JI

The electricity sector output grew 8.7% compared with a 9.6% growth recorded in May 2016.

BINTULU: Sarawak is not likely to export power to Peninsular Malaysia anytime soon, says Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) CEO Datuk Torstein Dale Sjotveit.

This is because "all the power Sarawak has built” has been sold, he said Sunday, responding for the first time on renewed talks of Bakun supplying to the peninsula.

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