Iran to build 48 power plants in Indonesia

Iran and Indonesia have reached a final agreement on building 48 power plants in the Southeast Asian country, Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian has said. 

With Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Economics Sofyan Djalil in Tehran, the two sides finalized a deal under which Iranian companies will build small-sized hydroelectric power plants in the archipelago.

Djalil said Indonesia plans to construct 48 dams in the next five years along with a series of 1-10 megawatt hydroelectric power plants.

The Indonesian minister visited Tehran at the head of a delegation to attend the 11th session of the two countries’ joint economic commission.

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Posted May 26, 2015 by repit in News

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