Kalimantan to Receive Hydroelectric Power

Indonesia’s North and East Kalimantan regions hope to see an end to the electricity crisis that has long been an issue in the area as a number of investors express their interest in building hydroelectric power plants in North Kalimantan’s Kayan subdistrict.

East Kalimantan Licensing and Investment Board chairman Didi Rusdiansyah said the three companies planning to invest include Kayan Hydro Energi, which is set to invest Rp 7 trillion ($583 million) for the construction of a 700-megawatt capacity hydroelectric power plant, and Kalimantan Energy, which will invest Rp 110 trillion for the construction of a 330-megawatt renewable energy power plant.

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Posted December 11, 2013 by repit in News

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