Sumitomo to build 35 MW geothermal power unit in Indonesia

Sumitomo Corp., a Japanese trading company, won a contract to build a 35 MW unit for a geothermal power station in Indonesia.

Construction will be completed in July 2015, according to Sumitomo. Financial terms were not disclosed.

The unit will be built with PT Rekayasa Industri, an Indonesian engineering company, for PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy, the Tokyo-based company said in a statement.

Fuji Electric Co. will supply a steam turbine and generator for the fifth unit of the Kamojang geothermal station in Garut, about 25 miles from Bandung City, West Java, according to the statement.

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