Xinhua reported that a China-built 3×330MW power plant was completed on October 12, 2011, in Indramayu, a city in the West Java province of Indonesia. Three companies, China National Electric Engineering Co., Ltd. (CNEEC), China National Machinery Industry Group (CNMIG), and Indonesian PENTA, formed the consortium that contracted to complete the project.
The power plant is one of the ten 10 million-kilowatt power stations that the Indonesian government has planned to alleviate the domestic power shortage. According to Xinhua, “the successful completion of the project will greatly ease the power shortage in the local region, help advance Indonesia’s social and economic development, and improve people’s living standards.” CNEEC, established in 1979 and wholly owned by CNMIG, is a company specializing in the construction of thermal and hydropower generation, power transmission, clean energy, and other energy projects.
Source: Xinhua, October 12, 2011