For Energy Cooperation
Korea Midland Power Co. (KOMIPO) President Chung Chang-kil attened “Korea-Indonesia Business Summit” held in Jakarta, Indonesia, on March 14.
KOMIPO currently operates and develops generation plants with a total capacity of 3900 megawatt (MW), which is equivalent to four nuclear power units, in Indonesia. The company now operates the Cirebon Unit 1 with a capacity of 660 MW, Tanjung Jati Unit 3 and 4 with a combined capacity of 1320 MW and the Wampu Hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 45 MW.
The Tangamus Hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 55 MW is under construction and the second coal-fired power plant for Cirebon with a capacity of 1,000 megawatts is scheduled to break ground this year. KOMIPO also plans to develop the Cirebon Unit 3 with a capacity of 660 MW in which the company signed a memorandum of understanding in May and another hydroelectric power plant with a capacity of 50 MW.
Meanwhile, Chung will visit the construction site of the Tangamus Hydroelectric power plant and the subsidiary in Jakarta to encourage employees after the business summit.