Hyundai and PP to build 88 MW hydro plant in Indonesia

Indonesia's PP and South Korea's Hyundai have secured a Rs2.9tn ($339.4m) contract for the construction of an 88 MW hydropower plant in Indonesia.
 
According to Power Technology, the plant will be built in Sumatra's Aceh province.  The contract comes in line with Indonesia's plan to increase its power supply over the next few years and South Korea's strategy to venture into Asian manufacturing investments.
 
The hydro power plant is expected to begin operation by 2016.
 

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