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Toshiba wins turbine contract for 420MW hydropower plant in Indonesia

Toshiba Hydro Power and PT. Toshiba Asia Pacific Indonesia have won a contract to manufacture turbines for the 420MW Kerinci Merangin Hydro Electric Power Plant.

How to wean Asia off coal-fired power

Journalist and one–time Bernie Sanders speechwriter David Sirota once said of Barack Obama that he campaigned in climate poetry then governed in fossil fuel prose.

Multi-megawatt hydrogen plant to power French Guiana

Construction has started on the CEOG Renewstable® Power Plant in French Guiana, on the northeast coast of South America.

IRENA emphasises the role of hydropower in achieving energy transition

Hydropower is the largest source of renewable electricity worldwide and advancing its deployment is essential in driving the energy transition forward.

Indonesia’s Green School Bali uses solar installation as training exercise

The Green School Bali in Indonesia has installed a solar PV system to further its goal of becoming the 'greenest school on earth.'


The government has conceded that its plans to develop the Natuna gas field are no longer feasible because of low demand in Asia and the high cost of developing the gas.


The Asian Development Bank has approved two loans totalling $400m for a power sector restructuring programme in Indonesia. A total of $380m will go to support the government reform programme and $20m will help the country set up a competitive electricity market. State utility PLN is suffering heavy losses and reforms are needed to ensure secure operation of the power system. Total cost of the restructuring is estimated at $1bn to $1.5bn for 1999.

Help for Indonesia

The Asian Development Bank is to lend Indonesia $400m to help restructure its troubled power sector. The sharp decrease in the rupiah and difficulties in raising electricity tariffs has caused state utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) to suffer heavy losses.

Power sector concerned over Indonesia’s controversial Omnibus Law

Indonesia's House of Representatives recently passed the Omnibus law, hailed by President Joko Widodo as the answer to improving the country's investment landscape.


A Rolls-Royce built power station in East Kalimantan has entered commercial operation, bringing power to the town of Samarinda and the surrounding area. The plant is powered by two industrial RB211 gas turbines configured to burn liquid and natural gas fuel with water injected emissions suppression.