A $300mln-worth hydropower project has been presented in Indonesia

Local power producer Soma Power Indonesia will soon begin developing a hydroelectric power plant alongside Bongka River in Tojo Una-Una, Central Sulawesi, with a peak capacity of 150 MW, according to Soma Power Indonesia president director Frangky Yason, that presented the plan before Central Sulawesi Governor Longki Djanggola and other officials on Sept. 23.
The Jakarta-based company said it had secured the principal permits from the governor and the Investment Coordinating Board and a recommendation letter from the Central Sulawesi Forestry Agency.