South-East Asia's 'biggest' wind farm to break ground in Indonesia

Turbines at the Sidrap wind farm in South Sulawesi stand against a backdrop of cloudy skies on Jan 15, 2018. - Arhando Julianto

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Wind farm developer UPC Renewables announced on Friday (Sept 10) that construction would soon begin on a 150-megawatt wind farm in Sukabumi, West Java.

It added that the project, which could mark a milestone in the use of wind power in Indonesia, was targeted for completion in 2024.

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