Energy China GPEC signed the EPC project consortium execution agreement of Maluka Coal Fired Steam Power Plant 2x15MW
On February 14, 2019, Energy China GPEC and Indonesia PT. Rekadaya Elektrika signed the joint implementation agreement of the EPC project of Maluka Coal Fired Steam Power Plant 2x15MW. Liu Ruihua, party secretary and chairman of the board of directors of Energy China GPEC, and Harjono, general manager of Rekadaya company, signed the joint venture agreement. Yuan Jianhua, deputy general manager of Energy China GPEC, attended the signing ceremony
In the exchange conference of a consortium perform agreement signing ceremony, Liu Ruihua briefly introduced Energy China GPEC’s Business development and operation in recent years, and hopes the two sides in line with the principle of equality and mutual benefit and win-win cooperation, to the partnership as an opportunity to continue to deepen the cooperation, expand cooperation and realize the power-and-power union, complementary advantages, lay a more solid foundation for the further cooperation in the future, realize the win-win development of bigger! At the meeting, Yuan Jianhua introduced in detail the overseas projects and the comprehensive strength of Energy China GPEC.
Rekadaya is a subsidiary of PLN, state grid of Indonesia. The company is mainly responsible for EPC, power grid, transmission and transformation engineering of small and medium-sized power stations under PLN, and occupies an important position in the market of this field in Indonesia
The original design of Indonesia EPC project of Maluka Coal Fired Steam Power Plant 2x15MW was 2×15MW units. The main work contents of this project include on-site structure and equipment evaluation, follow-up design services, inspection and maintenance of existing equipment, newly purchased equipment, construction engineering, installation engineering, commissioning and training. Spare parts, consumables and service within warranty period, 5 years of operation and maintenance service. The EPC is scheduled to start construction in the second quarter of 2019, with a total construction period of 24 months.The EPC project of Maluka Coal Fired Steam Power Plant 2x15MW in Indonesia is another successful project of the Indonesian power market in 2019, and the first 5-year operation and maintenance project of our company in Indonesia, which is of great strategic significance for the company to further develop the Indonesian power market.
Signed the EPC project consortium execution agreement