Sarawak

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How has the Bakun Hydroelectric Project been progressing in recent years? What is the current supply focus for the dam?

How will the power supply meet higher demand from heavy industries during phase two of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE)?

 

At present, there are no formal mechanisms within Sarawak allowing for small industries and homes that produce renewable power for their own consumption to sell any surplus power generated to the state’s main grid. Some critics believe this counters the government’s principles of actively encouraging the adoption of green energy solutions...

 

Blessed with an abundance of hydro, coal and gas resources that one would be hard pressed to find elsewhere, the state of Sarawak has a comparative advantage that is successfully being leveraged to produce bulk power at competitive prices in order to attract capital-intensive investments in heavy industry.

What are the incentives attracting foreign investors in heavy industry, and how can Sarawak capitalise on strong trade ties between Japan and Malaysia?

How are industry players scaling up production to meet demand, and what competitive advantages does Sarawak hold for heavy industries?

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