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ACWA, PT PLN ink MoU for battery, green hydrogen dev’t in Indonesia

It also includes a pump storage project for a hydroelectricity facility.

Saudi Arabia-based ACWA Power and Indonesia’s state-owned electricity provider PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) signed a memorandum of understanding to develop green hydrogen and battery storage for renewables in Indonesia.

Under the MoU, the parties will study avenues for partnership including a pump storage project for 600 to 800 megawatts of hydroelectricity facility, four gigawatts (GW) of battery energy storage, and the development of a green hydrogen/ammonia facility backed by hydroelectricity.

ACWA Power noted that Indonesia targets to have 23% of its power generated from renewable resources by 2025.

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The company set its footprint in Indonesia in October following the two contracts for floating solar plants awarded by PLN.

PLN owns or operates nearly two-thirds of Indonesia’s power generation industry at around 65.5GW as of 2021.

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