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Sacofa Sdn Bhd has leased power poles and structures from Syarikat SESCo Bhd to intsall its fibre optic cables in Sarawak.
Sarawak Energy Bhd plans to spend about RM10bil building six power plants, including hydroelectric and coal-fired generators, to triple supply in eight years.
SABAH and Sarawak offer tremendous opportunities for growth. The two states are also rich in natural resources, accounting for 40% and 55% of the country's crude oil and natural gas production respectively, with several deep-water sites currently being explored.
Sarawak will have to develop the proposed 900MW Murum hydroelectric dam project to support its energy intensive industries, Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said.