Pact for RM3b hydro power plants
Published on: Wednesday, October 19, 2022
By: Jonathan Nicholas
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Pact for RM3b hydro power plants
Hajiji (sixth left) witnessing the exchange of documents between Pandikar and CM Creative Itinerary Sdn Bhd Director, Zulkepli Mishat (7th left).
Kota Kinabalu: Sustainable energy generated from multiple small hydro dams across the State in a project worth about RM3 billion is seen as the benign solution to a controversial Kaiduan Dam.

Innoprise Synergy Sdn Bhd Chairman Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia, who inked an agreement on behalf of Sabah Foundation with G Capital Berhad, said the proactivity meant less dependency on the Federal Government.

“Now I’m in my 60s. I thought if we keep waiting for funding from Federal, maybe even when I reach 100, Sabahans will never receive adequate power supply.



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