KEPID to Build Biomass Power Plant in West Sumatra

SIMPANGAMPEK (Indonesia Today) – South Korean investor Korea Electric Power Industrial Development (KEPID) plans to build biomass-based power plant in Pasaman Barat, West Sumatra.

Antara News Agency reported that KEPID will use palm oil waste as feedstock for the power plant, which needs at least Rp1.5 trillion of investment.

Korea Bio Fuel (BBF) CEO Lee Dong Kyu told the news agency that KDHC, KOPO, and Industrial Bank of Korea will participate in the project. Indonesian company PT BPJ will also in the group.

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Posted September 12, 2012 by repit in News

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