Finnish company to work on renewable energy projects in Indonesia

Finnish consulting and engineering company Poyry Plc announced on 3 December, that they have entered a three-year agreement with Indonesian Power.

The assignment includes wind power, solar PV, battery storage and different renewable hybrid plants together with diesel or gas engines, according to Poyry.

“Poyry is delighted to be Indonesia Power’s partner in this important project to develop renewable energy across Indonesia,” said Kishore Dass, President Director of PT Poyry Indonesia.

This is the second agreement between the two companies. The first was signed in April 2016.
Indonesia Power has now expanded the coverage of the new agreement to cover renewable projects, initially starting with four renewable energy projects across Indonesia.

Indonesia Power, a subsidiary company of PT. PLN, operates and maintains more than 10GW total power generation assets throughout Indonesia.

Poyry was founded in 1958 in Finland and now has offices in 45 countries.

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