Doosan Enerbility to Supply Eco-Friendly Power Generation Technology to Indonesia

South Korea’s Doosan Enerbility has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indonesia Power (IP) on transitioning to eco-friendly power to reduce the emissions generated from Indonesia’s power plants.

With the signing of this MoU, the two companies have agreed to enter into a comprehensive partnership to pursue the application of eco-friendly technologies at the Suralaya Power Plant which is currently in operation.

IP is a subsidiary of Indonesia’s state-owned PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) and the country’s largest electricity supplier, accounting for more than 20GW of the country’s electric power distribution.

The MoU was signed at the “Indonesia-Korea Business Roundtable” that was held in Jakarta, Indonesia on September 7th. At the meeting, Doosan signed another MoU on jointly developing a green ammonia supply chain for power plants currently being built on the west coast of Java.

“Doosan Enerbility’s various carbon neutral solutions, such as ammonia co-firing technology, hydrogen gas turbines, and hydrogen liquefaction plants, will serve as an effective alternative for Indonesia in achieving its carbon reduction goals,” said Yeonin Jung, President and COO of Doosan Enerbility. “We’re hoping that this MoU will be the start of more active exchanges for pursuing carbon reduction power projects in Indonesia.”