Chinese enterprises invest to build the first unit of Mingguru coal-fired power station in Indonesia
Xinhua News Agency, Mingguru, Indonesia, 15 Nov (Reporter Liang Hui) the first unit of the Mingguru Coal-fired Power Station in Indonesia, which was invested by the China Electric Power Construction Group, was officially connected to the grid on the 15th. This project will effectively alleviate the long-standing problem of power shortage in Mingguru Province and even Sumatra.
The Mingguru coal-fired power station, located in Minggulu City, Minggulu Province, on the west coast of Sumatra Island, Indonesia, was developed by China Electric Power Construction in cooperation with Indonesia's Inta Company and began construction on October 25, 2016. The project is expected to generate about 1.4 billion kilowatts of electricity a year and will be put into commercial operation in the future.
Sheng Yuming, chairman of China Electric Construction Group overseas Investment Co., Ltd., said at the launching ceremony on the same day that the project adopted the "four-in-one" construction organization and control mode of owner, design, supervision and construction. Give full play to the advantages of the integration of the whole industrial chain of China Electric Power Construction.
Agoos, head of the Indonesian Investment Coordination Committee, said that the Mingguru coal-fired power station project has driven the rapid development of the local economy. He believes that the project is an investment model and will attract more investors to invest.
According to reports, the Minggulu coal-fired power station is the first thermal power project in Minggulu Province, and it is also the largest foreign capital project under construction in Minggulu Province. Since the beginning of the construction of the project, more than 2000 local jobs have been provided, and hundreds of medium-and high-end jobs are expected to be provided after they are put into operation.