ITOCHU announces EPC agreement for coal-fired power plant in Indonesia
- Aug 7, 2017 2:19 pm GMT
The contract amounts to approximately
This is an expansion project of the existing coal fired power plants (Units 1 to 4, 65 MW x 4 plants) located in
It will contribute to reducing the environmental load by using the high-efficiency equipment for the Project which is comprised of the boilers manufactured by
To support Japanese companies export,
The loan provided by BTMU will be covered by insurance from
EPC business for the construction of power plants is one of important segments in
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