[China Road and Bridge signed a contract for the Indonesian power project] Recently, China Road and Bridge Corporation successfully signed a commercial contract for the installation of Indonesia's Golden Eagle Dalai Gan Self owned Power Plant. This is another new breakthrough for the company in deepening its industrial supporting projects in the Indonesian market, following the signing and successful implementation of the civil construction contract for the power plant last year. The project is located on Dalaikan Island, North Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. The contract mainly includes the installation of boilers and main plant steel structures, steam turbine generator units, high-pressure pipelines, medium and low-pressure pipelines, coal conveying systems, ash removal systems, water treatment systems, electrical systems, fire protection systems, etc., and cooperation with system debugging and complete startup work. Editor/Ma Xue
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  • [Indonesia: By 2028, the installed capacity of rooftop PV will reach 5.7GW]
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