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We Are Expediting Early Retirement of Coal Power Plants

Monday, November 21, 2022

Deputy Minister of State-Owned Enterprises Pahala Mansury speaks about energy transition in the state companies to reduce emission. Measures include early retirement of coal-fired power stations and use of electric motorcycles, among others.



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State-Owned Enterprises Deputy Minister Pahala Nugraha Mansury poses for a photograph in an interviewed with Tempo in Jakarta, November 9. Tempo/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 171876628187.

AS the sole electricity provider, state electricity company PLN stands front and center in the endeavors to reduce emission through energy transition. Some of the initiatives being taken include the use of biomass and coal mixture in coal-fired power stations (PLTUs) and retiring several PLTUs earlier.

Meanwhile, given a large chunk of greenhouse gas emissions the transportation sector generates, Pertamina has the responsibility to develop build


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