It signed a framework agreement with Pöyry.
Indonesia Power awarded engineering firm Pöyry with a three-year framework agreement contract for several renewables projects in Indonesia. The projects covered include wind power, solar PV, battery storage, and different renewable hybrid plants together with diesel or gas engines.
According to a statement, the value of the order is not disclosed. The order will be recognised within the Energy Business Group order stock in the second half of 2018.
The two are eyeing 40 different combinations of different types of studies including wind campaigns that will help Indonesia Power to execute its projects.
This marks the second framework agreement sealed between Indonesia Power and Pöyry recently. Indonesia Power has now expanded the coverage of the framework to cover renewable projects, initially starting with four renewable energy projects across Indonesia.
PLN subsidiary Indonesia Power operates and maintains over 10GW total power generation assets throughout Indonesia. These assets consist of coal-fired power plants, hydro power plants, combined cycle power plants, and geothermal plants.
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