PW Power Systems Inc. (PWPS), formerly Pratt & Whitney Power Systems, is exploring the possibility of setting up an assembly and maintenance facility in Indonesia with an expected investment worth around US$10 million annually.
The plan was conveyed on Friday when visiting Vice President Jusuf Kalla met the company’s president, Peter C. Christman, in New York.
According to Kalla, the planned facility would supports gas-fired power plants, which the government expects to account for 25 percent of the country’s power generation.
“Their planned investment would closely link to PLN [the state electricity firm]. That’s why further talks with PLN will be needed,” said Kalla.