Alstom has signed a $69 million agreement with PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy to build a 30 MW geothermal plant in Indonesia.
Under the terms of the agreement, French multinational will be in charge of the geothermal plant’s design, supply, installation, and commissioning. The project is slated to be delivered =by the end of 2016.
“The competitiveness of Alstom’s offer including quality, environment, health and safety, was key in the awarding of the contract. We are looking forward Alstom improving capability and effectiveness to manage the project,” said Rony Gunawan, chief executive officer of PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy.
PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy is a subsidiary of state-owned oil and natural gas company Pertamina. It has been carrying out geothermal exploration and development activities since 2007.
“We are delighted to play a key role in helping Indonesia achieve its energy goals. This installation reinforces Alstom’s continued commitment to the geothermal markets and the importance of this renewable fuel source,” said Steven Moss, vice president in charge of Renewable Steam Plants at Alstom.