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KUCHING: State-owned utility Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) will take action against contractors at the Baleh hydroelectric dam project who employed foreign workers without valid work permits, says the state Utilities Ministry.
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MIRI: The project to provide solar generators for 7,000 natives in nine villages deep in the Baram jungles is a good start, and should be extended to all rural folk in Sarawak, says a non-governmental organisation.
MIRI: Some 7,000 people living in nine villages in the deep remote parts of northern Sarawak have been given solar-powered electricity sets that will provide them with free 24-hour power supply.
MIRI: A statewide operation against illegal gambling saw police and Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) cutting off the electricity supply to 203 premises over the past 24 hours.
Current flooding in downstream areas of Rejang River not due to water released from Bakun HEP, says Sarawak Energy
SIBU: The current flooding affecting downstream areas of the Rejang River like Kanowit and Sibu is not due to the regulated discharge of water from the Bakun Hydroelectric Plant (Bakun HEP) as has been speculated, says Sarawak Energy.
MIRI: The Marudi district in northern Sarawak is suffering an electricity outage after lightning struck a transmission tower late Friday (July 3).
KUCHING: Electricity bills issued by Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) in June will reflect adjustments for actual electricity consumption.