Avoiding Losses from the Conversion
Monday, 25 July 2022
PLN works hard in dealing with pressures to cease the operation of fossil-fueled power plants. From terminating the new coal-fired steam power plant program to developing the electricity market, an effort to allow new and renewable energy to quickly be adopted.
GOOD news came from Pengarengan, a village on the coast of Cirebon, West Java. Last month, a coal-powered steam power plant (PLTU) project that was originally going to be built in the village was officially canceled. “The official name in the electricity supply business plan is Java 3 PLTU,” Gregorius Adi Triyanto, Vice President of Corporate Communications of state power company PLN told Tempo on Tuesday, July 19. “But in...
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