India’s National Aluminium to start building $4b coal fired power plant in East Kalimantan

National Aluminium, India’s second-biggest producer of the metal, will start construction of its $4 billion joint-venture smelter and coal-fired power plant in Indonesia by June, to extend its reach into Southeast Asia.

Excerpt from The Jakarta Globe.

What do you know? I really think It’s a very good strategy for both Indonesia and India. We need long term energy security as India need our coal for their energy security.

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