Semen Padang to build power plant

Semen Padang to build power plant
Published: 16 January 2009

Indonesian state-owned cement maker PT Semen Padang will build a power plant generating electricity from waste heat from the kilns at its cement factories in West Sumatra.

The 8.5 megawatt power plant will be built in cooperation with New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (Nedo) from Japan with an investment of Rp203.6 billion (US$18.5 million).