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Indonesia invests in a large-scale wind power Project

Indonesia's Viron Energy Co will build its first large-scale wind factory in 2011

The plant has a capacity of 30MW, located in Sukabumi in West Java province, which has great potential for wind power in Indonesia.

The plant has a capacity of 30MW, located in Sukabumi in West Java province, which has great potential for wind power in Indonesia.
Speaking after a workshop on clean energy for industries, Muhammad Sofyan, head of renewable energy at the Indonesian National Power Company (PLN), said Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has approved the wind power project and is carrying out the necessary formalities to issue a license.
The completion date of the project is one year.
The electricity price is expected to be about 820 rupees per hour, equivalent to 0.92 USD. According to Sofyan, this is a very attractive price.
Many foreign and domestic investors have expressed interest in developing renewable energy in Indonesia.
The Indonesian government also plans to install a range of solar power generation equipment, not just on a household scale, but also on a residential scale.

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