Chinese Company Signs Indonesian Coal-Fired Power Station Project 11 Oct 2018
The Chinese company officially signed a contract for the construction of two sets of 225,000-kilowatt coal-fired power stations in Indonesia's Mila in Jakarta, Indonesia. The project is of great significance for the development of the Indonesian market and the expansion of business in the Southeast Asia region.
The Indonesian Meulaboh circulating fluidized bed coal-fired power station is located in Meulaboh County, Darussalam, in the northern Aceh province of Indonesia. It plans to build two sets of 225,000-kilowatt subcritical units with a total installed capacity of 450,000 kilowatts. The commercial operation time is 2020.
In recent years, Chinese companies have stepped up efforts to “go global” and seize the opportunity of “Belt and Road” construction.