The End of Coal Power Plants
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.
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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