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The End of Coal Power Plants

Monday, August 9, 2021

A  state holding company for coal-fired power plants is being prepared. The move is part of the effort to generate revenue amid the plan to retire coal-fired power plants.

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Smoke and steam billows from the coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power in Suralaya, Banten, July 2020. Reuters/Willy Kurniawan . tempo : 171830187233.

ANOTHER new and renewable energy (NRE) project has joined the state electricity company PLN’s electricity system, namely the Pasir Mandoge Biogas Power Plant in North Sumatra, which will contribute a small-scale generation capacity of only 2 x 1 megawatt. On Tuesday, August 3, the power plant developed by Karya Mandoge Energi officially began to commercially operate. The power plant was built with an investment of Rp42 billion.



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