Mitsubishi to build Indonesia power plant

Indonesia’s state electricity company, PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN), has awarded a USD 354 million contract to Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd to build a gas-fired power plant, a PLN official has said. The 740-MW power plant in West Java is part of PLN’s efforts to boost electricity supply to avoid shortages in a country where annual demand is estimated to be growing by around 10%. The first unit of the plant, with 240 MW, is expected to be in operation later this year. The project is expected to be concluded in 2005.

Looking for more projects or tenders? This is just the tip of the iceberg! Subscribe today to our Projects & Tenders newsletter.

Previous articleIncreased pressure for metering pump
Next articleStainless grid
Stainless Steel World is part of The KCI Media Group, a group of companies focused on building and sustaining global communities in the flow control industries. We publish news on a daily basis and connect business-to-business professionals through our online communities, publications, conferences and exhibitions.