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December 21, 2010

PLN to Build Steam Power Plants in Indonesia

Indonesian state-owned utility PLN plans to build two large-scale steam power plants in Pekanbaru and East Kalimantan in Indonesia. The two power plants will have a capacity of 2x110MW each, according to The Jakarta Post. For the projects, PLN signed memorandums of unde

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Indonesian state-owned utility PLN plans to build two large-scale steam power plants in Pekanbaru and East Kalimantan in Indonesia.

The two power plants will have a capacity of 2x110MW each, according to The Jakarta Post.

For the projects, PLN signed memorandums of understanding with Rekayasa Industri, Hubei Honguan Power Engineering, Adhi Karya, and Sinohydro.

Both plants are expected to require investments of around $150m each.

PLN and the Regional Bank Association Asbanda will provide the funds for the plants.

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