Biomass power deal between South Korea and Indonesia

According to the South Korean Ministry of Environment, South Korea has signed a $92 million contract with Indonesia.

South Korean vice Minister of Environment Moon Jung-ho arranged this deal for the advance cooperation between the two countries.

Indonesia and South Korea will developed an unspecified number of biomass generation projects.

To implement and administer this project Korea – Indonesia Environmental Cooperation Center, the two governments signed a memorandum of understanding for enhancing cooperation in an ‘ecology restoration project for rivers in Jakarta’ and supporting Korea’s environmental companies in advancing into Indonesia.

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