Bosowa Starts $250m Coal-Fueled Plant In South Sulawesi

Bosowa Group, a Makassar-based conglomerate with diversified business interests, inaugurated its first power plant in South Sulawesi, maintaining the company’s commitment to develop eastern Indonesia.

The coal-fueled plant is valued at $250 million and features two 125-megawatt turbines. Located in Punagaya village in Jeneponto district, it will boost the electricity supply for South Sulawesi capital Makassar and surrounding areas.

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Posted December 20, 2012 by repit in News

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