In The Press. In the next 5 years Indonesia and Philippines are committed to awarding nearly 50,000 MW of new power.
“Electricity is currently a concern for the government, which is planning to produce 35,000 megawatts of additional capacity [within five years]. Moreover, many things have been delayed due to electricity issues,” Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) chairman Franky Sibarani said.
First Gen to Add 30% Capacity as Philippine Power Shortage Looms "By 2030, the [Philippine] government says the nation needs to add more than 13,000 megawatts'“Land acquisition has long been a problem for many planned power plant projects in Indonesia.”
“Land acquisition has long been a problem for many planned power plant projects in Indonesia.”
"Hyundai Engineering Wins $325M Indonesia Thermal Power Plant Order South Korean builder Hyundai Engineering Co. said Friday it has secured a US$325 million order to build a coal-fired thermal power plant in Indonesia. The company, part of Hyundai Motor Group, said the deal includes building two 100 megawatt plants in the Tanjung region of Borneo. The total construction period will take 43 months."
Adaro Power Sets Far-Reaching Target Of 20,000 MW Power Plants:
“The minister said it was ironic that Kalimantan, which is rich in coal and gas, is not able to fulfill the electricity demands of its households...”
Land-Acquisition Woes Look Poised To Frustrate The Government’s Ambitious Five-Year Plan
To Add 35,000 Megawatts (Mw) To The Electricity Grid By Building Multiple Power Plants:
Abm Investama Unit To Build 120MW Coal-Fired Power Plant In Karimun Island In 2015:
The Blackgold Group And Burns & Mcdonnell Embark On The Development Of A Mine Mouth Power Plant In Sumatra, Indonesia: