ABB secures a contract for upgradation of 1,150 MW combined cycle plant in Indonesia

ABB has secured a contract worth $40 million from a consortium comprising China-based Doosan Heavy Industries and Indonesian construction company PT Hutama Karya to upgrade and expand the 1,150 MW Muara Tawar combined cycle power plant in West Java, Indonesia. The upgradation will increase the capacity of the plant to 1,800 MW. Under the contract, ABB will be responsible for the design, engineering, installation and commissioning of supporting components and auxiliary systems of the plant, which is being operated by Indonesia’s national power utility PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara. The scope of the contract also includes the supply of a 500 kV air-insulated switchgear substation.


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